Greenacre is a glorious 6000sqft country mansion found in leafy Surrey. The 5 bedroom mansion was built in 1933 by the curator of Kew Gardens to give the sense of floating in a parkland which is why there is an abundance of natural light found throughout the property.
Downstairs features four receptions rooms and a kitchen. The main reception room is carpeted and decorated with a crisp white finish set against patterned grey furnishings. The two adjoining rooms have gorgeous parquet flooring with plenty of oak furniture to match. The open plan kitchen/dining room is vast and offers a completely different aesthetic to the rest of the property. Here, the owners have opted for a very modern and chic look with a tiled flooring and wooden furnishings that are set against another fresh white finish. All appliances are top of the range including a large hob and oven as well as as a mixture of open fireplaces and wood burners.
Upstairs features 5 bedrooms, the master screams opulence with a luxurious carpet, chandelier and king bed. There is also a glorious floral feature wall that really brings the room together.
Outside, however, is where the property really comes to life. The grounds are set upon 2 acres and include a large outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, 100-metre zip wire climbing wall and a stunning 6-metre square foot orangery.