A stylish Grade II listed home in the heart of Odiham village
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Salamander is a stunning town house which has been sensitively refurbished by the current vendors, to create a most charming home with an abundance of character throughout including exposed beams and sash windows. The house has an interesting history, recorded as dating back to 1600 with a later 18th century frontage. Salamander lends itself well to entertaining, with a spacious kitchen/family room as well as a generous dining/drawing room, offering flexible ground floor space.
The entrance door brings you into the impressive kitchen/family room with mellow natural stone tiles. The island is the focal point in the kitchen making it a place to gather at the breakfast bar. On the island is a sink with boiling water tap, there is a range cooker and a good series of cupboards as well as a useful kitchen larder. On the facing wall is a wood burner, nestled in the original fireplace. French windows open onto the pretty courtyard which offers a pleasant space to relax in. Steps lead down from the kitchen area into the spacious and bright dining/drawing room with oak flooring. Three sash windows allow in plenty of light. A wood burner in the fireplace with exposed brick chimney creates an inviting setting.
On the first floor the principal bedroom has exposed oak timber beam and a Victorian style fireplace. Adjacent to the principal bedroom is a dressing room, providing plenty of space to store clothing, leading on through to the ensuite bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower and underfloor heating. There are two additional double bedrooms and a shower room.
There is a walled paved courtyard garden to the rear of the house and a tucked away seating area. A pedestrian gate provides access out into the street and double doors access into the garage which is currently used as a gym.
Odiham has a wide selection of shops together with local services including sought after primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, Cottage Hospital, together with restaurants and public houses and other social and cultural pursuits. Footpaths radiate from the village providing excellent walks into the countryside and along the Basingstoke Canal which flows by the northern edge of the village providing wonderful towpath walks. More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in Farnham and Basingstoke.
From our office proceed down the High Street (East) where the entrance to Salamander will be found on the left hand side shortly after Goodchild Square.Read all
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