The Pavilion, Farnborough, Hampshire

Originally dating back to around 1880 is this mews development of just six properties, formally barns that have been fully renovated and converted, Bridges have this end terrace property benefitting from, 15ft1 x 15ft1 lounge with open plan kitchen area, one double bedroom on the fist floor with built in wardrobes, modern bathroom, the property is freehold and comes with parking for two cars. This really must be viewed to appreciate the lifestyle living and the quaintness this property has to offer, coupled with being close to amenities and ideal for North Camp & Ash Vale railway stations.

Manor Road, Ash, Surrey

A most attractive detached Grade II listed period house, dating back to circa 1510 with many original features. The property is set in attractive walled gardens convenient to all amenities. There are a wealth of exposed timbers and beams, many built-in cupboards, latch internal doors, leaded light windows which are mostly secondary glazed, inglenook fireplaces. This characterful home is tucked away in the heart of the village and an internal viewing is highly recommended.

Dippenhall Street, Crondall, Hampshire

Wonderfully positioned in the heart of Crondall village is this charming four bedroom character cottage, already spacious and family friendly but offering scope to extend further subject to the necessary planning. Having been improved and thoughtfully altered by its current owners since they purchased the property in 2005, Yonder Cottage has retained a wealth of its original character while meeting the modern demands of family living. Upon entering the property into the hall there is a study to the right and a recently fitted shower room to the left; to the end of the hallway is the large dining area which is open plan to the kitchen, with access to the garden via French doors from the dining area or a stable door in the kitchen. Additionally, the ground floor boasts the cosiest of sitting rooms, with feature exposed brick fireplaces, wood burning stove and exposed beams throughout. To the first floor, there are four bedrooms, as well as the family bathroom. Notably close by the sought after Crondall Primary School, a selection of popular pubs and the village shop, this beautiful home of enviable character is available for viewings immediately.

Well Road, Crondall, Hampshire

A particularly impressive grade II listed cottage, dating back to the 1600`s and set in the heart of Crondall village. Old Timbers has retained a wealth of character despite its improvements over the years, with its cosy wood burner and exposed beam work central to its charm. Boasting a sizable rear garden and a converted garage/home office, this home would make an appealing purchase to a variety of suitors. Over the ground floor the property benefits from a spacious sitting room with a separate dining area, kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility area and a shower room. The first floor comprises three bedrooms and a large family bathroom.