An extremely stylish home, set behind its own private wall and gates, in the heart of the prestigious Kingswood Warren estate.
My Claremont story started in 2001, and since the first time I visited the house that year it has provided a long and happy story. 17 years later, and I am delighted to be once again back at Claremont House (as it is now named). Many things are exactly as they were; the imposing yet elegant look that it gives you as you drive through the wrought iron gates and up the gravel drive, the long windows, the welcoming porch, and just the knowledge that beyond that blue front door awaits something special. I have had the good fortune of revisiting the house and its owners on a number of occasions since they first bought Claremont, and every time it never fails to remind you of its qualities. As you can no doubt see from the beautiful photographs that we have had done, Claremont House is an extremely stylish home, set behind its own private wall and gates, in the heart of the prestigious Kingswood Warren estate. Its plot, which we believe measures 0.66 of an acre, is one of beautifully tended grounds which are yet another stunning feature of the property, enjoying a secluded south facing aspect to the rear.
As you enter through the front door, an imposing dining hall with galleried landing welcomes you and sets up an anticipation which I personally feel delivers in virtually every department. The beautiful double aspect drawing room, the separate dining room or second lounge, the fitted study that looks out on to the front gardens, the hand crafted oak kitchen and open plan conservatory, the large utility, and the cloakroom, all filling the ground floor, whilst to the first floor you will find an elegant and luxurious master bedroom suite, with its double aspect, double doors leading to a rear veranda, walk in dressing room and modern en-suite. Complimenting this suite are two further bedrooms with en-suite, one of which also has its own access to the rear veranda, and two further bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
The current owners have gone to great lengths over their 16 years of ownership to ensure that their home has remained relevant within the property market, and the future owner will benefit from their legacy. Gas fired heating, high quality double glazing, modern kitchen and bathrooms, and stylish decoration throughout, are just some of the features that await.
Kingswood village is a relatively short walk from the house, and offers a range of facilities including a village store/post office, beauty salons, wine merchant, pet shop, travel agency, mens’ barbershop, Waterhouse café, two restaurants, Kingswood Arms public house and eatery and two local golf courses. The mainline station provides a regular service in to Victoria and London Bridge and the M25 motorway is accessed via junctions 8 or 9. Nearby villages such as Tadworth, Walton on the Hill and Banstead offer a range of different facilities, including shopping, recreational, educational and restaurants. Nearby main towns include Reigate, Epsom and Sutton.
I hope that this has given you a good flavour of what Claremont House has to offer, but please call me or a member of my team if you have any questions or of course would like to arrange a private viewing. Peter Kennedy.