Oxshott, Leatherhead, UK, United Kingdom
Pinewood House is a Grade II listed mansion built in 1880 and situated in an elevated position with stunning views. The property has recently been restored to its original glory and features high specification facilities of an exacting standard.
Galleried hall • Drawing room with original frieze depicting poems by John Milton • Ballroom • Library • Sitting room • Extensive leisure facilities including
indoor swimming pool hall • Gymnasium • Treatment room • Bar • Sauna and steam room
Family and commercial kitchens • Wine cellar
Two master bedroom suites with bathroom and dressing room • 6 further bedroom suites
Further bedroom and sitting room area • Cinema room with bar • Observatory tower with 360 degree views
Ancillary domestic offices • Security flat • Excellent detached 4 bedroom guest/staff cottage
Underground garaging for up to 20 cars • Landscaped gardens • Outdoor swimming pool
The house has grand reception rooms including the original magnificent double height grand hall and ballroom, drawing room, library, sitting room, family and commercial kitchen and wine cellar. The drawing room features a magnificent 360 degre wall frieze depicting the poems of Milton.
Upstairs are 2 master bedroom suites with bathroom and dressing room, 6 further bedroom suites, further bedroom and sitting room area, cinema room with bar and observatory tower with 360° views.
Extensive leisure facilities including indoor swimming pool hall, gymnasium, treatment room, bar, sauna and steam room. Ancillary domestic offices, security flat, excellent detached 4 bedroom guest/staff cottage. Underground garaging for up to 20 cars.
Beautiful landscaped gardens with terraces giving superb views and a seperate outdoor swimming pool and a bespoke childrens play area. In all about 3 acres and approx 28,501 sq ft.
In addition to a self-contained staff flat within the house there is an excellent 4 bedroom detached cottage, built in a style in keeping with the main house.
Pinewood House is listed Grade II, being of historic and architectural interest, originally built in 1880 for a wealthy city financier. During the First World War, the property was bought by a shipping magnate whose fleet of ships was instrumental in breaking German U-boat blockade. The house has a number of maritime features which pay tribute to the period of his ownership. The house has over the last few years been restored to its original glory and now features high specification facilities of an exacting standard. It has been extended to provide an indoor swimming pool complex, spa facilities and has landscaped gardens and grounds
The gardens are a unique feature of the house and take inspiration from their historic origins and the wonderful hilltop position which gives outstanding vistas over the Crown Estate and on a clear day the London skyline. Extensive flagstone split level terracing provides ideal areas for outdoor entertaining. A large variety of mature trees, water features, outdoor swimming pool and exotic planting creates a Mediterranean ambience. To the rear of the house is a fantastic bespoke childrens playground built in the style of the main house and featuring a main climbing tower with slides and a zip wire.