Crossness is a Grade 1 listed Victorian pumping station, showcasing original cast iron work and incredible industrial engineering. Whilst half of the pumping station has been restored to its former glory, the remaining half remains untouched, just as it was discovered. The location also features a more modern exhibition hall as well as beautiful exteriors.
Exhibition space of Crossness with small breakout areas and removeable fixtures and fittings.
The exteriors of Crossness with plenty of original features, multiple access points and ample parking on site.
The original pump house at Crossness, housing the four original pumps over three floors.
First floor of Rowfant house with original wood beams, fireplaces and wooden straircases.
Ground floor of Rowfant House, including wood panelled walls and a selection of rooms suitable for dressing and views out to the grounds.
Beautiful gardens and exteriors or Rowfant House, with driveways leading up to the property and a selection of wooded areas and views of the house.
A beautiful manor house built in the 15th century featuring a selection of wood panelled rooms. Rowfant is also surrounded by 22 acres of land including a lake and woodlands.
A variety of period spaces, including a grand split staircases & tiled corridors.
An area of the town hall with the potential to double perfectly as a court room. Featuring wooden floors, seating and pillars throughout.