Three acres of beautifully landscaped and fully maintained gardens, superb views over wooded countryside, an efficient on-site Estate Manager and a collection of just 24 new and converted homes, designed built and finished to the highest standards have guaranteed the success of Beechcroft’s Hampton Manor in Godalming. Now, with only three apartments remaining, time is running out for anyone who would like to live at Hampton Manor, close to Charterhouse School and within easy reach of everything that Godalming has to offer.
Hampton Manor, an impressive Arts & Crafts style building formerly used as a hotel, has been carefully renovated and converted by Beechcroft’s Special Projects team and a number of newly built apartments complement the original building. The two remaining apartments are both on the second floor with lift access and each provides three bedrooms, an abundance of living space and parking.
Set on the second floor with lift access, this three-bedroom apartment in the original, converted building provides an abundance of well-planned living space. The Juliet balcony, with its glazed French doors, will allow light and fresh air to flood the apartment – and the views of the communal gardens and the wooded landscape beyond are just beautiful. In this apartment, the sloping ceilings add plenty of character. The kitchen/dining area is fitted with bespoke cabinets and a range of high-quality appliances. The washing machine/tumble dryer are tucked away in a utility cupboard off the hallway, ensure that the laundry can be kept out of sight. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the second bedroom is adjacent to the main bathroom. Both bathrooms come complete with vanity units and fitted mirrors and the master and second bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom in this delightful apartment would be ideal for use as a study or hobbies room.
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This elegant apartment needs to be seen to be appreciated. Located on the second floor, with lift access, it offers plenty of living space including three bedrooms and there’s a private balcony. The hall, with a utility cupboard housing the laundry facilities leads to the dining/hall.The dining hall leads to a beautifully designed kitchen, the spacious drawing room which opens onto the balcony and the third bedroom, which is ideal for use as a study or hobbies room. On the other side of the entrance hall are two further bedrooms. The master bedroom has its own en-suite with both bath and shower and there’s a separate shower room adjacent to the guest bedroom, ideal when family and friends come to stay. The apartment has been designed and finished to a high standard features a full complement of integrated appliances, vanity units and mirrors in the bathroom and en-suite, fitted wardrobes in the master and guest bedrooms and floor coverings throughout.
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25 Hampton Manor is now sold!
Whilst Hampton Manor is not an age-exclusive development and full-time residency is restricted to the over 16s, it’s ideal for downsizers who appreciate the sense of grandeur and the fact that they are able to enjoy the three-acre gardens without having to maintain them. John and Peggy Higgins, who were amongst the first to move to Hampton Manor were impressed with the fixtures and fittings, which they describe as ‘superb’ and the location which offers “…beautiful walks and lots of greenery.” Indeed, set within the Surrey Hills, home owners at Hampton Manor are surrounded by ancient woodland and acres of countryside but still within easy reach of the local shops, cafes and restaurants, a lovely riverside park and excellent transport links including a mainline station and the A3.
“We absolutely love our apartment, Hampton Manor and Godalming. Our apartment has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large balcony and beautiful views over Farncombe Common. It’s just perfect for us. We have had years of doing decorating – and we wanted something that would be easy to manage. The communal gardens will be delightful when the work is completed. Living here, we’ll be able to see our daughter’s children more often – which will be lovely”
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