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Property details

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Floor area 4,216 sq. ft


  • Wonderful location in Kingswood
  • Short walk to the village
  • Stunning period property
  • Accommodation over 3 floors
  • Beautiful Garden of approximately 0.66 of an acre
  • Scope to further improve and extend (stpp)
  • Double garage and car port
  • Gated and secluded plot

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A real opportunity to acquire this substantial period property sitting on a generous plot in this wonderful tucked away location on The Glade in Kingswood and offering the opportunity to further improve and extend (STPP).


The house itself, originally built in the 1920’s is Tudor in style and incredibly handsome, standing proud on its plot, with a generous sweeping drive opening out onto the lawn which curves around the property to the rear.
Fairlawn is entered via a traditional enclosed porch, through into the spacious hallway which gives access on the right to a sizeable sitting room with large windows, open fire with beautiful surround and the original Parquet flooring. French doors lead out onto the rear gardens. Also off the entrance hall is the dining room which the owners currently use as a family room, this is fitted with a wood burner and benefits from a large bay window with views onto the garden, from here into the large kitchen/breakfast room which has been refitted with solid wood, country style cabinets, under counter Belfast sink and a beautiful surround for the gas fired aga. There is also a separate area for a conventional range cooker, further cabinets, and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. This lovely room affords plenty of space for both a breakfast table and sofa as well as benefitting from side access out to the car port and French doors onto the garden. Whilst this space is already quite lovely there is scope to extend the kitchen out at the back to create something really special (STPP). Also, on the ground floor is a large guest W.C.

On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, two with fire places, and two good sized family bathrooms with separate showers and finally on the second floor is a very large (33’6 x 24’10) games room/bedroom with a further bathroom with separate shower.

This magnificent house is packed with original features, from the restored radiators, to the architraves, fireplaces, restored parquet flooring as well as the improvements made by the owners, such as replacement windows & plantation style shutters throughout, re-claimed cast iron claw foot baths, Victorian style shower fittings, tongue and groove panelling, additional tiling and wooden flooring throughout and the bespoke kitchen cabinetry – however the house also offers a great deal of scope to further extend and improve (STPP).

Outside, to the side of the house is a handy carport which leads through to a double garage. The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn with a section of patio that runs along the back of the house. There is also a large pond which is currently empty and overgrown but could be brought back to its past splendour, with paths meandering around its edges. Beautiful trees surround the boundary and along with its secluded location offers a little piece of magic.
We would highly recommend a viewing of this property to fully appreciate what is on offer and the potential to create a magnificent forever home.

The village of Kingswood provides a reliable commuter line to London, as well as a comprehensive parade of local shops and restaurants, including a convenience store/post office, off licence, Waterhouse Cafe, travel agent, hairdressers, beauticians and The Kingswood Arms public house. Locally there is a wide choice of state and independent schools including Chinthurst, Aberdour, and Kingswood Primary, whilst further schooling including Dunottar, Micklefield, and Reigate Grammar are found in the nearby town of Reigate. For the golf enthusiasts there are four world-renowned golf clubs close by; Kingswood Golf and Country club, Walton Heath and the rac golf. Horse Riding schools and stabling can be found in Kingswood, Chipstead, Tadworth and Walton on the Hill.

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Local Amenities

  • Kingswood 0.5 miles
  • Tadworth 1.6 miles
  • The Children's Trust School (SEN) 1.1 miles
  • Tadworth Primary School 1.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Kingswood 0.5 miles
  • Tadworth 1.6 miles
  • The Children's Trust School (SEN) 1.1 miles
  • Tadworth Primary School 1.2 miles

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