A classic newly-renovated Grade II listed property with large garden and workshop
A handsome Grade II listed period property which has been carefully renovated and updated to create a highly-appealing home with character atmosphere. The property present sash windows and tasteful neutral decoration throughout, as well as retaining several original features whilst providing all the benefits of modern living. The open-plan kitchen, breakfast room and dining room create a show-stopping space at the rear of the property, featuring windows overlooking the garden, French doors leading out onto the terrace and a large skylight, flooding the room with natural light. The kitchen is fitted with painted shaker-style units, a butler sink and integrated appliances. The room features attractive natural stone flooring, while a walk on glass floor reveals a view of the illuminated well below. The large double-aspect sitting room benefits from an open fireplace and built-in alcove shelving, while glazed double doors lead out onto the terrace. There is also a family room/snug featuring a double sided wood-burning stove, and a study area located off the breakfast room. A shower room is also located on the ground floor, while stairs from the hall lead down to the cellar. On the first floor there is a vaulted master bedroom with en suite bathroom and adjoining bedroom which could equally be used as a dressing room or additional study. There are two additional bedrooms both with en suite bath/shower rooms (one jack and jill with landing) and optional fourth bedroom.
The property benefits from a gravel driveway to the front providing valuable off-street parking for two vehicles. At the rear of the property is a spacious newly-laid paved terrace providing the ideal space for al fresco dining and entertaining. The garden features good-sized areas of lawn and attractive established planting, while a path leads through the lawn to the separate workshop building. There is also a potential plunge pool, currently with decking cover and paved surround. A pedestrian gate leads to King Street.
Situated near the centre of the historic village of Odiham, the property enjoys a convenient location. The village features an impressive High Street with a number of shops and restaurants, while the larger town of Farnham offers a wide range of shopping, dining, cultural and leisure options. A number of well-regarded schools can be found in the local area, including the infant, junior and secondary schools in Odiham and the nearby Lord Wandsworth College, featured in The Good Schools Guide. The mainline station at Winchfield offers a direct rail service to London Waterloo from less than 55 minutes, while proximity to the M3 offers convenient access to the nationwide motorway network.
From the Strutt & Parker office, turn into King Street, virtually opposite the office. Turn right onto Buryfields at the brow of the hill and then turn right again where the property is located on the right hand side.Read all
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