A delightful mid-terrace cottage with four bedrooms
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2 Lancaster Cottages was built in 2014 in a joint venture between established local developers Compton Homes and Forays Ltd. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and has been finished to a high standard with underfloor heating to the ground floor. The vendors have owned the property from new and have maintained it to a high standard.
On the ground floor there are three reception rooms. The sitting room is a well-proportioned and comfortable living space, while the formal dining room is a superb setting for family meals or entertaining guests. The family room to the rear welcomes plenty of natural light thanks to its sunny southerly aspect and panoramic windows. The kitchen is well equipped with integrated appliances, as well as plenty of storage space with cream units to base and wall level. There are three bedrooms to the first floor, with the generous master benefitting from an en suite shower room and each of the bedrooms including fitted storage. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor, while on the second floor you will find a further double bedroom, plus an additional room currently being used as a hobbies room but could be a dressing room, fifth bedroom or as a study/playroom.
To the front of the property there is a small garden and a pathway leading to the front entrance, while to the rear there are sunny southerly facing gardens, with an area of paved terracing and a lawn. Steps lead to the end of the garden, where there is a shed and a gate accessing a shared parking area to the rear. 2 Lancaster Cottages has 3 parking spaces, 1 of which is equipped for electric car charging.
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, St Neots and Daneshill.
From our Odiham office proceed down the High Street (East) and just before the turning to Archery Fields the entrance to Lancaster Cottages will be found on the right hand side.Read all
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