It extends to over seven thousand square feet including many formal rooms such as a vast dining room with high panelled ceilings that can seat twenty.
Dating back to the 1500s, the main gothic-inspired Regency house was built circa 1780.
The property extends to sixteen acres with formal gardens, a full kitchen garden, and fields with far reaching views to the Surrey Hills.
The main prairie-inspired garden has a modern atmosphere that showcases the significant, and in some cases, ancient, trees. A winding garden path links this garden with two luxurious outdoor terraces that provide summer living spaces and on to the old walled garden with floral cutting garden, kitchen garden, pétanque, and statement greenhouse.
Additionally there is: a swimming pool overlooking the kitchen garden; a well-equipped gym sitting above the old tennis court; outbuildings of various use; and a brick stable block and yard. The Grange is directly connected to the wider landscape via access to a beautiful footpath through old oak woodlands into the adjacent National Trust controlled Bookham Common.