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The gardens surrounding this country getaway were the scene of the childhood adventures that inspired author JM Barrie to create the iconic character Peter Pan.
The writer owned Black Lake Cottage from 1901 to 1908 and his wife, Mary Ansell, documented the happy time he spent with four youngsters he brought to life as the Lost Boys of Neverland.
He had invited the Llewelyn Davies family to his weekend retreat on the outskirts of Farnham, Surrey. Photographs from Mary’s The Happy Garden show the youngsters pretending to be pirates there and in nearby Bourne Woods.
JM Barrie owned the site and was even inspired to create Peter Pan after the children of family friends were photographed playing as pirates at the magnificent space, which includes a swimming pool and sits on the edge of Bourne Wood, providing plenty of space for youngsters to enjoy adventure
Lobswood House – the central section of what was formerly called Black Lake Cottage – is on the market along with 1.5 acres of land and its current owners say the space is ideal for raising children. They have added a substantial extension, bringing the number of bedrooms up to six
The children of family friends who came to stay at the house while it was under Barrie’s ownership inspired the author to create the Lost Boys of Neverland that became immortalised in his iconic tale of Peter Pan, which centres on a boy who never grows up
Huge open spaces abound throughout the property, which features a five-oven dual AGA and has plenty of areas in which to unwind with the family
A five-oven dual AGA tops off the open-plan living, kitchen and dining area, providing plenty of space to entertain family in friends in the former summer getaway of Peter Pan author JM Barrie
The pool at Lobswood House, where JM Barrie used to escape during the summer and was inspired to create The Lost Boys of Peter Pan
A plaque honours the heritage of the site, detailing the time period in which JM Barrie lived at what is now called Lobswood House near Farnham in Surrey
Current owners Annabel and Mark Jermyn say their five children have enjoyed the gardens and surrounding landscape but now the children are grown, they want to downsize.
Mrs Jermyn told : ‘We have 30 years of memories here; the children were pretty much brought up here. The garden is the best part. It has a lovely big lawn with a water garden, a fountain and view over to the woods. We also have a pool and tennis court, put in when the house was a hotel, which has been amazing for the children. It really is a magical garden.’
The Victorian house has been used as a hotel as well as a children’s home during its history and it the 70s was split into three.
This is just one of the six bedrooms that the lucky buyer of Lobswood House could choose from after it went on the market for £1.35million in Surrey
What was once the idyllic summer getaway for Peter Pan creator JM Barrie could now be your ideal family home as it goes on sale for £1.35million
A substantial extension was added to the property in 2015 providing two bedrooms and a bathroom, with scope to convert to a self-contained annexe if required
The reception hall is bright and spacious and leads to the ground floor reception rooms to the left and two bedrooms and a bathroom to the right
Its central section is the six-bedroom property that is now on the market for £1.35million and goes by the name Lobswood House.
Estate agents Strutt & Parker say the name is thought to have derived from the character Lob in Barrie’s Dear Brutus.
The woods are not directly accessible from the property but can be reached with just a few minutes’ walk and the black lake is opposite the house.
The beamed dining hall is full of period charm and leads through to a stylish, open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room, complete with a five oven dual control AGA
The current owners have sympathetically improved Lobswood House over a number of years, and it therefore retains great charm and character
The kitchen boasts a five oven dual AGA and features a solid wood aesthetic that combines the classy heritage of the building with the best in modern living
Walls within the property have been knocked through to allow for an open-plan kitchen and dining area and the Jermyns have also built an extension featuring a bathroom and two bedrooms.
Estate agent Richard Barnes-Walker, who is selling the house, says the ‘excellent family home’ is ideal for raising children.
The property comes with 1.5 acres of land and sits on Bourne Wood’s edge but is also just 1.5 miles from Farnham station, which takes trains to Waterloo in about an hour.
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