A detached four-bedroom bungalow in well-established gardens and grounds of about a third of an acre.
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This appealing family home offers well planned and light accommodation offering considerable potential to extend subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The welcoming generous entrance hall has an opening through to the inner hall and doors to the kitchen, utility and sitting/dining room, which is triple aspect with fantastic views across the delightful mature gardens. There is a brick fireplace with gas fire and sliding door giving access to the paved sitting area and garden beyond. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units with integrated appliances and door to the rear garden. There is also a very useful neighbouring fitted utility which has access to the outside.
From the inner hall access is provided to all bedrooms including the main bedroom which has a private bathroom and a built in wardrobe. There are three further bedrooms two with built in wardrobes one of these has access to the attached double garage, with the fourth bedroom currently configured as a study. There is also a spacious family shower room.
The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway which gives access to the double garage and allows ample ancillary parking. The well maintained and generous gardens are a particularly noteworthy feature and are laid out on principally three sides of the property. There is an extensive area of lawn, a paved sitting area immediately outside the sitting/dining room and a further paved area to the rear, both ideal for entertaining. There is a Summer house and the gardens contain a variety of mature plants and shrubs whilst trees and hedging provide privacy.
Located between Basingstoke and Fleet, the large village of Hook offers a good range of day-to-day amenities, including a Tesco, independent shops, cafes and restaurants together with a church, two community halls and a choice of parks. The attractive Georgian village of Odiham nearby provides a range of individual shops and restaurants. Hartley Wintney also located close by is known for its antique shops and its cricket green, home to the oldest cricket club in Hampshire. Hook station is less than a mile away, where direct rail links will take you to London in about an hour. The M3 is also very easily reached, providing excellent road links. Both Hook Infant School and Hook Junior School are rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and are situated less than a mile away from the property and feed into Robert Mays, the well-regarded Senior School in Odiham. Independent schools in the area are Daneshill, St. Neots, Lord Wandsworth College and Bradfield.
From Odiham proceed to Junction 5 of the M3 and continue over the motorway towards Hook. Take the first exit onto Station Road proceed over the railway line to the roundabout. Take the third exit onto London Road and first left onto Reading Road. Continue until you reach a road on your left called Great Sheldons Coppice, the entrance drive to The Hollys is on your right.Read all
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