- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
An attractive Grade II Listed town house situated at the east side of Odiham's historic High Street
Hoopers is a Grade II listed town house. It has an interesting history recorded as dating back to the 16th, 18th and 19th Centuries.
According to Odiham Society's 'An Itinerary' in the 1840 it was believed to have been occupied by a grocer and a watchmaker. There is an abundance of period charm throughout the house with numerous exposed beams and timbers together with traditional sash and casement windows.
The beamed dining room, with its fireplace housing a log store, overlooks the High Street. It leads through into the sitting room which features an inglenook fireplace. The back door opens into the kitchen, at the rear of the property. It has been refitted by the current owners with granite worktops, butler sink, four plate gas hob, integral dish washer and fridge freezer. Stairs lead down from the sitting room into the cellar which has been split into two and houses plumbing for the washing machine and dryer together with the gas boiler.
On the first floor the spacious dual aspect main bedroom has an AGA wood burning stove and an en suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms, one benefitting from a pretty additional internal window and a family bathroom.
There is a shared vehicular access from the High Street through an archway to the side of Hoopers leading to a single car port and parking space. Behind the car port, accessed through the tool shed is the garden, enclosed by timber fencing. This has been landscaped with flagstones and mature shrubs.
Agent's Note There is a right of way for access to the carport for owners of No 8 and with a right of way, in common with owners of adjoining properties, for all purposes over the yard. See title deeds held in the office.
Hoopers is situated on Odihams historic High Street towards the eastern end behind a wide pavement that has a selection of ornamental trees and is within the Conservation area.
Odiham has a wide selection of shops together with local services including sought after primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, Cottage Hospital/Day Clinic, restaurants and public houses and other social and cultural pursuits.
There is a series of footpaths that radiate from the village which provide excellent walks into the adjoining countryside and along the Basingstoke Canal which flows by the northern edge of the village providing lovely towpath walks.
More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the regional centres of Farnham, Basingstoke, Reading, Fleet and Guildford.
Odiham is strategically well placed for local and regional communications being within 2 miles of Junction 5 of the M3 and with easy access to local mainline stations at Hook and Winchfield both serving London Waterloo.
From our High Street office in Odiham proceed down the High Street in an easterly direction towards Farnham, where Hoopers will be found on the left hand side just before the London Road turning.