5 bedroom detached house for saleThe Street, Rotherwick, Hook, Hampshire
Guide Price £1,525,000
- A Grade II listed house part 17th century
- Central village location
- Inglenook fireplaces
- Wooden floors
- Four oven AGA
- Approx 0.8 acres
- 3,430 approx sq. ft.
- Landscaped garden.
- Brick terrace
Wyk House is a fine Grade II listed family house recorded as dating back to the seventeenth century with later additions. There is an abundance of character throughout the house with exposed beams, timbers and brickwork, open fireplaces, Inglenook fireplaces, wooden floors as well as traditional style wooden latch doors.
A lovely wooden floor flows through the dining hall into the drawing room with the magnificent dining hall featuring two fireplaces, one with a wood burning stove, either end of the room. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has a range of pine units under granite work surfaces, a four oven Aga and integrated appliances including an electric hob and a dishwasher.
On the first floor the main bedroom has a wonderful beamed vaulted ceiling, a walk in wardrobe and a basin. There are a further four bedrooms and three family bathrooms. The second bedroom along with one of the bathrooms makes an ideal guest suite.
Hook 2 miles (London Waterloo 53 minutes), Basingstoke 8 miles, Reading 13 miles, M3 (Junction 5) 3 miles
Rotherwick is a popular village with a Church, active village hall, two public houses and the locally renowned White Water Primary School. Nearby Hook provides facilities for day to day needs including a Tesco supermarket, doctor's surgery, dentist, veterinary surgery and a post office. The area is well served for the commuter with Junction 5 of the M3 within easy driving distance providing access to London Airports and the South Coast. Mainline stations to London are at either Hook (Waterloo) or Bramley (Paddington via Reading).
The house is approached via a double five bar gate leading onto a gravel driveway providing plenty of parking and giving access to the detached double garage and store.
The garden is a particular feature of the house and has been attractively landscaped. It is mostly laid to lawn which flows between two mature clipped beech hedges. Along the rear of the house is a brick terrace with steps up to the lawn and an old well. The front garden is defined by an old clipped yew hedge.
Agent's Note: We draw your attention to the fact that a new dwelling is currently under construction (completion expected Autumn 2016) beyond the rear garden of Wyk House.
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