A sensitively modernised and upgraded Grade II Listed cottage
Blacksmiths Cottage is a link-attached home forming part of a terrace of cottages dating in parts from the 16th century with sheltered entrance doors within the terraces carriage opening.
The cottage has been sensitively modernised and upgraded to provide the amenities of modern living with electrics, feature lighting and reclaimed and new cast iron radiators throughout with retained character features including cottage style windows with newly-installed secondary glazing and some exposed beams. The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a generous sitting room with feature fireplace, a spacious dining room with quarry tiled floor and a large extended dual aspect kitchen with a refitted walk-in pantry. There is also a modern ground floor bathroom and access to both the covered carriage opening and courtyard garden. The kitchen features a range of recently-installed contemporary wall and floor units with a Belfast sink, range cooker and modern integrated appliances.
On the first floor the property offers two well-proportioned bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, together with a contemporary family shower room.
The property is approached through a covered carriage opening giving access to the garage and to a private rear parking space. There is a low-maintenance enclosed and part-walled courtyard garden with mature flowerbeds and a covered gazebo-style seating area, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining.
The historic village of Odiham was the first Hampshire entry in the Domesday Book and today, in addition to the 13th century Castle ruins, offers a good range of day-to-day facilities including a health centre, several dentists, banks and a Post Office, together with independent shopping, a small Co-op supermarket, coffee shops, public houses and restaurants. Each August the village hosts FlavourFest, an annual food festival featuring a range of artisan food and drink. Nearby Farnham and Basingstoke offer more comprehensive mainstream facilities including several supermarkets together with further restaurants and wine bars. The village offers excellent commuter links with the easily-accessible M3 motorway giving access to the national motorway network and Hook railway station boasting a short journey time to Reading or Basingstoke and direct links to London Waterloo in under an hour.
The range of state schooling in the area is excellent, including Buryfields Infant School, Mayhill Junior School and Robert Mays School. Noted independent schools include Lord Wandsworth College, St. Nicholas, The Loddon and Sherfield.
From Strutt & Parkers Odiham office, turn left onto High Street and after 0.1 mile turn left. Blacksmiths Cottage can be found on the right-hand side.Read all
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