Tangley Way is a house built in the Arts and Crafts style in Guildford, Surrey.1922. The Arts and Crafts was an international movement which strongly infuenced the decorative and fine arts in Europe and North America at the turn of the 19th century. It was characterized by extensive use of simple forms and folk, medieval or romantic styles of decoration.
The house still retains many amazingly characterful features such as the original telephone room.
Those who enjoy secluded places would surely love this property as long as it is set in a glorious rural landscape surrounded by 100 acres of National Trust heath land, far from any road or rail noise. The cobbled courtyard is the perfect place for parking and access to the double garage is easy.
The reception rooms are all interconnective via beautiful sliding panelled doors. When they are open, the drawing, dining and sitting rooms measure up to over 60 feet.
They are all facing south and the dining room original bi-fold doors open to the garden which is really lovely in summer. The kitchen has been dramatically extended and reconfigured to create a fabulous multifunctional kitchen/breakfast room.
French doors provide easy access and views from the orangery over the gardens. Acommodation on the first floor consists mainly of ten bedrooms and four bath rooms.
Another delightful feature of the house are the nursery stairs from the hall.