An impressive Victorian wing set in 2.3 acres of private grounds with far reaching views over the Milland Valley Reception hall Drawing room Kitchen/breakfast room Master bedroom with en suite shower room 4 further bedrooms Gardens 2.3 acres Loft area ideal to convert (STPP) Far reaching views Shower room Utility room Cloakroom EPC rating F Sutherland House dates back to around 1886 and is an exceptional property designed by renowned architect T E Collcutt, famous for designing. The Savoy Hotel and the original British Library. The property forms the extensive west wing of Coldharbour Wood, an impressive manor house commissioned by Sir Thomas Sutherland. The property retains enormous character and charm with many original features including high ceilings, oversized doors, original decorative oak staircase and numerous fireplaces. The substantial and elegant dual aspect drawing room which was formally the ballroom for the original house is a real delight, with ornate cornicing, ceiling, plasterwork and pillars surrounding the impressive fireplace as well as oak flooring which leads to the dining area. The recently fitted triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, revolves around a large central island with polished granite work surface and a range of cupboards and draws beneath. Two sets of double doors lead to the patio and garden beyond. The bedrooms are arranged over two floors. The generous light and airy master bedroom offers built in wardrobes, a feature fireplace, a south facing balcony to maximise the stunning far reaching view and a beautiful contemporary ensuite shower room. The four further bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom and a separate shower room. Adjoining bedroom five is an extensive part-boarded loft space which offer the opportunity to convert subject to the usual permissions. Sutherland House is approached via a long shared driveway which leads to the communal parking for three of the six properties at Coldharbour Wood (there is also the potential to create a private driveway next to Sutherland House). The beautifully kept and secluded grounds are a real feature of the house and are divided into three main areas. The formal gardens to the rear are mainly laid to lawn with large shingle terrace areas providing additional entertaining space and far reaching views over the Milland Valley. A further private lawned area to the side of the house leads to the extensive woodland. The secure cellar is accessed from the outside and is currently used as a wine cellar by the present owners.