A classic Arts & Crafts detached house occupying an elevated position set in 22 acre grounds with substantial outbuilding. Long Crumples is a classic “Arts & Crafts” designed house, originating from the 1930s, presenting mellow brick and part-rendered elevations with clay tile hanging and exposed timbers, complimented by traditional leaded light windows, typical of the style and period. Approached by a long driveway, the house occupies an elevated position from which there are outstanding views across the garden, grounds and countryside beyond. The ground floor accommodation radiates from an elegant reception hall with outlook over the front garden, flanked by a double-aspect drawing room and formal dining room which opens to a traditional loggia to the front. A rear hall leads to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga and solid oak units, off which there is a utility room and study. The large double integral garage/games room lends itself to more formal integration within the house, subject to any necessary consents. The first floor provides a versatile arrangement approached by two staircases, including a fine master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and balcony from which there are outstanding views. There are five further bedrooms, the majority enjoying south westerly outlooks over the garden and grounds, together with recently modernised family bathroom and shower rooms. There is a large secure store room, and an additional loft room currently used as a seventh bedroom. Long Crumples represents a rare and exciting opportunity to the market, and early viewing is recommended to appreciate it’s many fine qualities. The house is approached over a long gravelled and tarmac driveway, accessing both the front and rear of the house with extensive turnaround and single detached garage in addition to the double integral garage. Established garden and grounds surround the house with formal lawns flanked by flower and shrub borders with a variety of mature trees. An attractive woodland walk leads through the bluebell woods to a bench on the far side, overlooking the barn and main field. There are stunning views from here far over the surrounding countryside towards the Thames valley. A railed paddock wraps around the formal garden, with a gated access from the main drive leading to the substantial modern barn, which is serviced with its own power and water and kitchen units. There is obvious potential for converting the barn to stabling or future residential accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. The barn window looks out over the 17 acre expanse of Long Crumples’ main field, and for many miles beyond. The field slopes gently down alongside the back drive to access a quiet country lane through large double gates.