A beautifully presented detached house of Georgian origin
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Vallis House is a charming detached period house recorded as dating from 1786 with later additions. Over the last 2 years the property has been the subject of considerable improvement creating a stylishly presented home retaining a period atmosphere whilst enjoying the benefits of present day living standards.
A welcoming reception hall provides access to the two well-proportioned reception rooms in the original part of the house (all with fireplaces). These are complimented by an outstanding kitchen/breakfast/family room with refitted kitchen area and feature vaulted ceiling, creating a versatile and practical environment overlooking the garden.
On to the first floor, there are three bedrooms with refitted en suite shower room and family bathroom (there is also a refitted ground floor shower room).
An early viewing of this charming property is recommended to appreciate its many fine qualities.
To the front of the house is a delightful well-stocked cottage garden with lawn and established flower/shrub border. A central gravel path leads from the iconic entrance gate to the front door.
The long rear garden enjoys a westerly aspect with a raised paved terrace and lawned area with old brick well, creating a central feature.
The property is positioned in area of Odiham favoured for its access to walking routes including the Basingstoke Canal and Deer Park. The popular public house, the Waterwitch, is nearby.
Odiham offers good day to day shops including the expanded recently moved Co-op, together with a sub-post office and a number of other supporting shops on the High Street. With four restaurants/bars on the High Street, there is a social atmosphere enjoyed by local residents and visitors to the area.
Odiham has a local infant and separate primary school along with Robert May Secondary School within the village. Road connections lead out to the surrounding areas including Alton, Farnham and nearby Hook where there is a mainline railway station connecting with London Waterloo (55 minutes).
Proceed down the High Street in an easterly direction taking the turning on the left into London Road. Continue for several hundred yards where Vallis House will be found set back from the road on the left hand side almost opposite Linden Avenue.Read all
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