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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Dorchester Road, Hook

Withdrawn from Market £745,000

Property Description

Key features

  • No Onward Chain
  • Refurbished and Extended
  • Log burners
  • Velux windows
  • Limestone and Oak flooring
  • Spacious living
  • Four good sized bedrooms
  • Refitted bathrooms and kitchen
  • Southerly aspect garden
  • 2 mins from village centre and train station

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

**No Onward Chain** Refurbished and extended, the home is finished to a high specification and features refitted bathrooms and kitchen, with a spacious open plan layout and a southerly aspect garden, in a sought after location, just two mins from the village centre and train station.  

LOCATION Dorchester Road is arguably one of the most sought after locations in Hook, with a two minute walk to the village centre amenities and train station, in a tree-lined road with a high degree of privacy and space.

Hook is a large village situated in North Hampshire approximately six miles east of Basingstoke. Initially a very small settlement the construction of Hook railway station in 1883 saw the village grow with an influx of railway workers and commuters. The village is surrounded by swathes of countryside and farmland with smaller villages and hamlets nearby such as Nately Scures, Rotherwick and Newnham.

There is a significant business community in the village, with the large Bartley Wood Business Park situated less than a mile from the village centre. Direct links to Waterloo and Southampton via the village's rail station, with indirect routes to Reading and Salisbury, and easy access to the M3, make this an ideal commuting location with good local schools, amenities and surroundings.

THE PROPERTY As soon as you enter the property, you can see the attention to detail and high quality materials that have gone into the refurbishment of this home to create a thoroughly remarkable property.

The limestone flooring flows from the entrance hall through to the kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, and the dining room. The hallway features doors to the living room and downstairs cloakroom, along with an under stairs cupboard, before guiding through to the open plan kitchen/breakfast room.

The layout of the ground floor offers a high degree of sociability and really maximises the space on offer. The unique kitchen/breakfast room extends over 21ft to offer an area for seating/dining furnishings along with a range of eye and base level solid pine units with a solid wood work surface. A breakfast island creates a useful feature within the room, along with a characterful Butler sink, with space for a free standing range cooker and fridge/freezer. The units continue through to the utility room which offers further storage space, whilst a log burner with a hob and a brick surround creates a warming focal point within the room, which also benefits from access to the garden and plenty of natural light from two Velux windows. Doors lead to the integral garage and the dining room from this space.

The dining room continues the limestone flooring from the kitchen, and with double doors has a thoroughly open plan feel. Along with another Velux window, this bright and welcoming space also features French doors to the garden patio, along with an open plan view through to the living room.

The living room overlooks the front grounds and features solid oak flooring. This spacious room benefits from another wood burner, this time with a limestone hearth, as both a decorative and practical addition.

To the first floor of the home, the landing guides through to all four bedrooms and the bathroom, along with offering loft access and the airing cupboard.

The master bedroom features solid oak flooring and benefits from a built-in wardrobe and a refitted en suite with a double width shower, heated towel rail and a contemporary finish.

The two other double bedrooms benefit from built-in storage, whilst all three remaining bedrooms are of a good size.

The bathroom has also been refitted and features a P-shaped bath with a shower overhead. 

THE GROUNDS On a sizeable plot, well screened with mature hedging and fencing, this home offers pleasant grounds with a variety of features.

A shingle driveway provides off road parking for multiple vehicles, leading to the integral garage and covered entrance. Two side gates from the front of the home guide through to the rear garden.

The southerly aspect rear garden has been largely laid to lawn, with a patio adjoining the home. A raised timber decking area to the end of the garden is sheltered by a pergola with a grapevine, whilst to the other side of the garden, railway sleepers border an expanse of shingle. 


RECENT TRUSTPILOT REVIEW The commitment made to our sale by the Manager of the Hook office, Simon Dredge was exceptional. As a result of Mackenzie Smith being able to call on the expertise of a staff member from the part of the company that deals with land sales, some difficult issues were resolved and the sale of our property was achieved by Simon. We would highly recommend the company. 

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Added on Rightmove:
23 August 2017


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