An exquisite Grade II listed Queen Anne house designed by the English architect William Talman with show stopping stairway murals and ceiling paintings by the celebrated 16th century French artist Louis Laguerre and grounds originally landscaped by George London and advised by Capability Brown. Located less than an hour from London.
The house is built of red brick in Flemish bond with dressings of Portland stone, sandstone and terracotta with a slate roof and brick chimneys. Two of the rooms on the ground floor east side are panelled in oak and mahogany and the Shell Room, with its magnificent ceiling painting, was among those where the plasterwork, gilding and architectural details were painstakingly restored. The first and second floors were redecorated and adorned with mainly French antique furniture and some fine paintings. The grounds were replanted and ponds and illuminated fountains were created.
Situated close to the M25/A3 and less than an hour from London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Two miles from the M25 Junction Nine. 25 minutes from Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Five minutes from Leatherhead town centre with fast rail links to London.