Crawley, Winchester, SO21

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Study Area, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Cloakroom, Utility Room, Four Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Shower Room, Delightful South Facing Walled Gardens, Off-Road Parking, Garage

The Property:

Nestled in the heart of a most desirable village setting is this well-proportioned detached house behind brick and knapped flint elevations under a slate roof. The property dates to the early 19th Century and was originally believed to have been a general farm store and later the village shop. With accommodation spread over two floors, an entrance porch opens into a large reception hall (which would also make a good dining room) and has double doors that open into the drawing room. This is an excellent triple aspect room with two bay windows and an open fireplace with a 'Jetmaster' fire. The formal dining room is accessed through double doors from the hallway and a separate study area which features the main stairs to the first floor. The double aspect kitchen/breakfast room has a window and door to the driveway as well as a window overlooking the garden and is fitted with a range of modern units. A utility and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. The first floor can be accessed by one of two staircases; the first staircase leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom to the front of the house. The other two bedrooms and a shower room can be accessed from the rear staircase. The smaller of the two bedrooms has a dressing room or studio off which lends itself to becoming an en suite. A useful wine cellar is accessed through a trap door in the reception hall. Outside the rear garden is a private, low-maintenance delight affording peace and tranquillity and is neatly enclosed behind flint and colour washed walls capped with clay tiles; it is south facing with a patio directly behind the property. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. There is a pedestrian door to the back of the garage. The driveway is shared with 'The Granary' next door and has its own parking space behind a five-bar gate and in front of the detached garage. There is also unrestricted parking on the road.

The Location:

The Parish of Crawley is located approximately five miles to the north-west of Winchester and is renowned as one of Hampshire's most picturesque 'chocolate box' villages. With only a small selection of properties, Crawley is famous for its tranquil rural living and beautiful surrounding countryside. Road links (A303, A34 and A30) are all easily accessible, as is the small market town of Stockbridge to the west. The renowned 'The Fox' pub is situated within the village as well as the thriving Cricket Club; there is also bus service provided by Arqiva that will take village residents into Winchester.


Leave Winchester via Stockbridge Road. Pass the Waitrose store and continue past Sparsholt College. Drop down the hill and at the crossroads, by the former Rack and Manger public house, turn right. Follow the road into the village of Crawley. At the village duck pond turn left continuing past The Fox public house. The property will be found after a distance on the left-hand side, identified by our 'For Sale' board.


Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).


All mains services are connected.

Council Tax:

Band G (rate for 2022/23 £3,222.99pa).

Marketed by 01962 807026

Belgarum Estate & Letting Agents

72a High Street, Winchester, Hampshire

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