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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

High Street, Odiham, Hook, Hampshire

Guide Price £795,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Angus Cottage is a traditional period semi detached Grade II listed town house in the heart of the village. Recorded as dating back to 17th and 18th century; there is an incised inscription on the brickwork ‘E.P. 1780’ which may indicate when the façade was built. Throughout the house there are exposed beams, timbers and brickwork and open fireplaces, revealing its earlier origins.

The house is entered from the High Street through a pillared porch into the drawing room which extends the entire width of the house. This leads to the dining room with further exposed timbers and access down to the cellar. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of wood fronted units and leads through to the rear lobby/utility room. From the utility room there are side doors to both the garden and the access leading to the potential parking spaces.

A staircase to the first floor leads off the rear of the drawing room. At the top is an unusually spacious landing which is currently used as a library and office. It is likely that at some time this was divided from the stairwell as a further bedroom. The master bedroom features exposed timbers with a vaulted ceiling and French windows opening to a Juliet balcony.

There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Overall Angus Cottage provides well-proportioned accommodation with many period features providing scope for modernisation to suit individual tastes and requirements. An early viewing is recommended.

Angus Cottage situated on Odiham’s historic High Street within the conservation area.

Odiham has an attractive mix of mainly listed period houses forming a wide High Street scene, mainly Georgian in character. There is a wide selection of shops together with local services including sought after primary and secondary schools, doctor’s 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 wonderful
towpath walks.

More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the regional centres of Fleet, Farnham, Basingstoke, Reading 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.

The south facing garden is accessed from both the side doors opening to a brick based courtyard. Steps lead up to the lawn flanked by mature shrubs including a magnificent wisteria. Further down the garden the lawn opens out to a sitting area also bounded by shrubs. It is enclosed by timber fencing, period wall and the flank wall of the neighbouring property.

Pedestrian access to the neighbouring property is through a timber side gate.

Potential option for two leased parking spaces, adjacent to the property.

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09 July 2017

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