for older titles. Historic sources indicate that the house was once surrounded by a double moat in the medieval period, and evidence for the innermost of which was revealed in the form of a large, deep negative feature. The actual speed you will get depends on your cabling, your area and (with non-fibre optic products) time of day and how far you are from the telephone exchange. No.1 Attic. If Henry was in the habit of visiting Chobham, we can be reasonably confident that there was a palace or hunting park here to attract him. Property reference CWR083400641. It is managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust for nature conservation and informal access. Between 1734 and 1752 Chobham Park House is said to have been owned by Mr Revel MP.
The new property could encompass sumptuous bedroom, bathroom and dressing room accommodation, together with a self-contained annexe. in similar style.
The current house has a detached triple garage, in-out sweeping driveway and a total of three accesses. In 1965, Onslow, who was then lord of Chobham Manor, transferred the manorial lands to Surrey County Council; thus Chobham Park missed becoming the manor house again by just six years – DS. The document from which this extract is taken is The Lease of House and Grounds by William Mortimore to Charles Surtees and is dated March 24th 1859.
Moated manors and lodges are not uncommon and most were constructed between the 12th and 14th centuries to emphasize, it is thought, the social standing of the house and its occupants, possibly imitating the great castle moats of the time. Availability of the title
or of the ‘certain other lands in Chobham’?
Chobham Park House would have been a rambling, somewhat inconvenient, but essentially comfortable place. Many had two storeys but several have three – the top floor having dormer windows as with the current house. Other rooms here could be used as a gym or for other leisure purposes.". Lock and key and two finger plates on door to the offices.