Built in the late 19th century, Kingswell House is an attractive family property which was formerly a farmhouse. Constructed with brick and flint elevations clad in climbing roses it makes for an extremely pretty property in the conservation area of Crawley in Hampshire.
The property is well proportioned and has been continually well maintained and updated including the installation of a wonderful set of hand painted and hand made kitchen wall and floor units.
The accommodation comprises cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, family room/study, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, principal en-suite bedroom and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also a barn-style double garage outside
The small front garden is bounded along the village road with an area of lawn and a gravel path to the front door; to the east of the property there is a secluded seating area with shrubs, conifers and flowerbeds and to the rear there is a terrace overlooking the extensive lawn area with well-stocked borders and mature trees.
Kingswell House is situated in the conservation area of Crawley, which is known for its many period and thatched cottages and its village pond; there is also a 14th Century church, village hall and a public house. The village lies midway between Winchester and Stockbridge, both with excellent amenities including trains into London Waterloo.
The guide price is £1,100,000. Contact Strutt and Parker on 01962 869999 or visit www.struttandparker.com.