A stunning six bedroom Grade II listed family home with a beautiful garden of about 0.6 of an acre.
Lower House is a charming Grade II listed home having been in the same family ownership since 1926. The property was the subject of an extensive programme of works about 10 years ago and now offers well-presented accommodation that combines traditional period features, including exposed beams and fireplaces, with stylish modern interiors. The property is entered through a light-filled reception hall leading to a bay-fronted sitting room with a feature fireplace and built-in shelving and cupboards. The elegant formal dining room features a bay window and exposed timbers to one wall. There is a large study with wooden ceiling beams and a fitted desk with storage units. The triple-aspect kitchen/breakfast room benefits from fitted wall units, an Aga cooker, separate oven and dishwasher. Space for a breakfast table, and French windows lead out onto the garden. The ground floor further comprises a utility room, a cloakroom and a large bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. On the first floor the light and airy landing has two storage cupboards and a window seat overlooking the garden. This leads to the principal bedroom that has a dressing room and an en suite bathroom, and two further well-proportioned bedrooms with built-in storage and a contemporary family bathroom with a rolltop bath. On the second floor there are two additional double bedrooms, and the property also benefits from a large cellar.
This property has 0.6 acres of land.
The property is approached through a 5 bar timber gate and across a gravelled drive that provides ample ancillary parking, leading to the detached garage and covered store. There is also separate pedestrian access to the house via a footpath through the attractive front lawn bounded by established hedging and flower beds either side. The wonderful rear gardens consist of a paved sitting area, well maintained expanse of lawn with well stocked flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. There is also screened behind hedging a useful vegetable garden.
The property is located in a delightful setting in the desirable village of Weston Patrick which has a church and village hall. Upton Grey has a thriving village store with Post Office, public house and church. Nearby Odiham and Hook offer a wider range of facilities including shops, restaurants and services, while Basingstoke and Farnham offer more extensive shopping facilities including supermarkets together with boutique and High Street stores, cafés and restaurants. The surrounding countryside offers numerous opportunities for country pursuits. Communications links are excellent: the property enjoys easy access to the M3 and M4 motorways and Hook mainline station offers regular links to London Waterloo in less than an hour. The range of choice schooling in the area is excellent, including a range of local Primary Schools and Robert Mays School, together with a selection of noted independent schools including Lord Wandsworth College, St. Nicholas and Daneshill.
From our office proceed up the High Street in a westerly direction turning right at the mini roundabout and immediately left into Western Lane. Continue to the T-junction turning left and continue through the village of Upton Grey. After about 0.5 mile you will pass the Weston Patrick sign. Take the first left hand turning and Lower House is the second property on the left hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Utility room
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 5 Further bedrooms, one with en suite shower room Family bathroom
- Double garage
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- Map & Street View
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