Victorian (1860) original manor house with the m25. detached double fronted, with old stables and two double (length) garages, one available for storage during filming. High ceilings and large original sash windows throughout, 3 reception rooms with original fireplaces, open fire in main sitting room. Large kitchen/diner, ideal for filming with central island unit (2.4×1.2m), and bifold doors leading out to patio. Large walled mature gardens with very substantial trees. Situated between Surbiton (20 minutes to Waterloo) and Esher, with bus stop outside house with frequent service to Surbiton. Also 10 minute walk to Hinchley Wood station (30 minutes to Waterloo). Both house and outside spaces available every day throughout the year and recces can usually be arranged at short notice. Surrey KT10. Church 1 minute walk away, available for unit base
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