Pendell House is something special: a Grade I listed country house designed by the architect Inigo Jones.
A magnificent family house and used for grand entertaining in the past.
The house has a rare combination of luxury, grandness and yet succeeding in being built on a human scale. Some country houses are just too large to feel like a home, but Pendell House has in fact been a family home through most of it's existence. You will love the combination of splendour and "hominess"
Pendell House is arranged over four floors (please note that the basement floor will only be available by special arrangement beforehand) and offers eight fabulous bedrooms), five bathrooms (many en-suite) and a variety of relaxing and comfortable lounges, reception rooms and terraces. You can eat in the dining room, breakfast kitchen or, as weather allows, out on the breakfast terrace.
Set in beautiful grounds, including a 1.7 acre walled garden, Elizabethan knot garden, further grounds extending to approximately 13 acres and including a swimming pool and tennis court.
A special feature for wedding parties is the Emperor Suite - a fabulous bedroom with equally fabulous bathroom suite. Bamboo floors and a marble fireplace in the bedroom are complemented by a luxurious slipper bath, a marble floor and the most gloriously romantic setting you can imagine.
Customised to an unusually hig standard by "Christian". Granite and oak work-surfaces, an Aga, and integrated units including dishwasher and fridge.
Enjoying privacy, Pendell House lies approximately three miles east of Redhill, Surrey with its access to a mainline station and a direct London railway service (Charing Cross, 30 minutes)
There is also good access to the motorway network, M25 and M23. Gatwick Airport lies approximately six miles to the south
Other Sources of Information on Pendell House
Such a unique property as Pendell House is certain attract attention. Here are some other sources of information on this lovely country house. You might find them interesting reading......
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