The White House is a superb double-fronted Regency house set well back from the High Street fronting the Common. Internally, the house is wonderfully elegant and light resulting from beautifully proportioned rooms with generous ceiling heights. Having been the subject of sympathetic refurbishment in recent years, the property is presented with great quality and flair throughout. From the entrance hall with its elegant staircase the ground floor comprises two / three fine reception rooms, study, office and an excellent Smallbone kitchen/breakfast room together with utility room and pantry. The first floor features a fabulous main suite with dressing room / occasional 5th bedroom and luxurious en suite bathroom. In addition there are three further large bedrooms served by two bathrooms (1 en suite). Externally the partly walled gardens are an absolute delight having been beautifully planted to form a series of rooms comprising a herbaceous and rose garden, an orchard abundant with fruit trees and kitchen garden which all extend beyond a deep York stone terrace featuring a lily pond and an oak framed garden studio. The total area extends to about half an acre.
The White House occupies a prominent position overlooking The Common in the heart of the bustling village of Cranleigh. The village has much to offer with a wide range of traditional shops, supermarkets, an M&S Simply Food store together with a great variety of boutique stores, restaurants and public houses. For more comprehensive shopping, restaurants and theatres the County Town of Guildford is easily accessible with its mainline station connecting with London Waterloo. Access to the motorway networks is easily obtained via the A281 / A3 putting central London, Heathrow and Gatwick within easy reach. Local recreational amenities are plentiful with the local leisure centre with swimming pool, Cranleigh cricket and rugby clubs. The Cranleigh Arts Centre hosts regular films, theatre, bands, comedy and children’s shows. For the golfing enthusiast there are numerous courses in the area including Cranleigh Golf & Country Club, Wildwood Golf & Country
club at Alfold, polo at Hurtwood Park and racing at Goodwood. For the walking, cycling and riding enthusiasts, the Surrey Hills are seventh heaven providing a network of public footpaths and bridleways. There is an excellent selection of schools in the immediate area which include Cranleigh and St.Catherine’s.