Knightsbridge House is the wing of a large Grade II listed Georgian Manor House which is a charming and delightful family home retaining many original features including, large sash windows, high ceilings, ornate cornices and exposed floor timbers set in large mature secluded gardens approaching one acre. Situated in the popular village of Headley which offers excellent communication links and is approx seven miles in either direction to Newbury and Basingstoke.
To appreciate the space and internal viewing is highly recommended.
The accommodation comprises, reception hallway with a lovely turned staircase, downstairs cloakroom, an amazing drawing room with large sash windows and open fireplace, dining room and a good size re-fitted kitchen and cellar. On the first floor there are three generous double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Further benefits include oil fired central heating, lovely fireplaces and the cellar.
To the outside there are two private entrances leading to the property with its own private driveway with ample parking for several cars. The gardens are well established with mature shrubs and trees and a sun terrace over looking the lawn. There is a wooded area to the side of he property which is also fully enclosed. There is a large brick built outhouse with power and light. EPC Exempt. Full of character
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