Strutt & Parker propertyThe stunning 5 bedroom family house dating from 1870 below was sent to us by Strutt and Parker PR… and it is a house to get excited about!
Fullers Road, Rowledge, Farnham, Surrey GU10
Guide Price £1,125,000
Heart of the house This striking house has been extensively rebuilt, extended and beautifully refurbished. The combination of period features and contemporary convenience and living arrangements make this an ideal family home. The rendered and painted elevations, sash windows and symmetry is carried through the house. At the heart of this house is a striking kitchen/breakfast/family room, with walk-in pantry and tall bespoke French windows giving views of the garden. This is complimented by the other reception rooms which all have their own character but link seamlessly together.
Of particular note: Large reception hall which leads to the practical and flexible kitchen/breakfast/family room with pillowed Lincolnshire limestone floor throughout and with under floor heating. A stylish and practical room for everyday living, family parties and big get togethers. Drawing room with woodburner, fitted bookcases and cupboards with views over the terrace and garden - ideal for entertaining. Excellent sitting room with woodburner, further fitted bookcases and cupboards - an ideal children's playroom or snug. Downstairs office with fitted desk and floor to ceiling bookcases and cupboard.
Contact Richard Banes-Walker at the Farnham office on 01252 821102
For even more information on other properties in Surrey visit Strutt & Parker website www.struttandparker.com
Mel at HomeAt www.melathome.com you will find exquisite homewares designed and made uniquely for us, plus delicious recipes and home craft ideas to inspire you for a more beautiful home. Mel is a monthly contributor to our printed magazine with an array of amazing recipes for you all to try.
Below we have picked out a couple of Mel’s fabulous items on sale over at Mel at Home, take a look.
Butterfly Teaspoons £14.00 >>> LINK
We love these dainty ceramic butterfly teaspoons. Inspired by spring time, this set of four will add a whimsical touch for your breakfast jams or for sitting pretty on the saucers of your favourite coffee cups after dinner. Supplied in a signature gift box and drawstring bag.
Suzani cushions £68.00 >>> LINK
This fabulous hand embroidered Suzani cushion will accent your home with new found warmth. Easy shades of reds, greens and blues beautifully embroidered against a neutral background make it a sensational way of enlivening any space. Hand embroidered silk on cotton with a perfectly concealed zip.
Mel at Home Website: www.melathome.com
The Online Dress BoutiqueCodysteel is a fabulous online closet packed full of amazing dresses. They believe in bringing you rare designs, fabrics, textures and shapes. The dresses are sourced from all over the world to ensure the codysteel closet is full of variety - giving you the freedom to express the real you.
Georgia £69.00 >>> LINK
Slip into the Georgia dress by London based brand 'Eucalyptus'. Team with tights, knee high flat boots and a cardi to finish off the look.
Amor long tee coral £35.00 >>> LINK
Bring out your wild side with this cute print. Step out with it tucked in your favourite jeans / trousers or as a dress with leggings. Available in coral & brown
100% cotton. Machine washable.
codysteel.com Website: www.codysteelcom.com
Issue 29 now onlineSee our latest issue online now. We have an exclusive interview with the man charged with bringing the Olympics to London this summer, Sebastian Coe, chairman of the Olympic organising body LOCOG. Lord Coe has lived in Surrey for over 20 years and he gives us a fascinating insight into the pressures and the challenges that lie ahead.
We also feature an interview with author Michael Morpurgo. His War Horse book, already a hugely-successful stage play, is now a blockbuster movie. A lot of it was filmed at Wisley Airport and Bourne End Woods, near Farnham.
And the all-new Range Rover Evoque is reviewed, while Melanie Johnson returns with some great cooking and crafts ideas.
Find all our issues online here >>> LINK
Katherine Jenkins to sing national anthem to her Majesty the Queen at EpsomKatherine Jenkins, the multi-platinum selling mezzo-soprano will perform the national anthem to Her Majesty The Queen at the Investec Derby Festival 2012, which is the first engagement of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The prestigious event, held at the Epsom Downs Racecourse since 1780 takes place on Saturday 2 June and is expected to draw crowds of over 125,000, kicking off the British social season in style.
Jenkins, who has sold over 5 million records, enjoyed six number one albums in the classical charts and recently released her eighth album, ‘Daydream’, will sing alongside the band of HM Royal Marines at the first event Her Majesty The Queen will attend over the four day Diamond Jubilee festivities.
Having performed the national anthem at a host of world class sporting events including the Rugby World Cup, the FA Cup Final and Ashes Test Series, the Welsh 31-year-old will add the Investec Derby Festival to her list of accolades, an event widely referred to as ‘Britain’s Biggest Day Out’ which includes ‘The Greatest Flat Race in the World’.
For more information visit www.epsomdowns.co.uk