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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Wingate Lane, Long Sutton, Hook, Hampshire

Guide Price £950,000

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Tenure: Freehold

The Mill House, understood to have been built in the late 1970s, is of neo-Georgian style with good height ceilings, generous sized reception rooms and a modern kitchen/breakfast room with the outlook over the rear garden. The house, however, is in need of up-dating and within a generous footprint and set in about a third of an acre, this would be an interesting renovation project to create a spacious family house. With this in mind, the vendors have sought and had permission granted by Hart District Council to extend the house.

The house is set back above the lane with a tarmac drive leading to the ornate portico around the front door and the double garage beyond. On entering the house, the hall gives access to the well-proportioned and light sitting room with open fireplace and windows on three elevations. The kitchen/breakfast room is the most recently upgraded room with modern Neff double ovens and induction hobs. The double stainless steel sink is beneath a window overlooking the rear garden.
By the breakfast area is a French window giving access to the rear terrace.

Beyond the kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and the rear lobby is a large single storey room (16’5” x 16’4”) with timber clad ceiling.
On the first floor the master bedroom is well equipped with a range of fitted cupboards and bedside tables and beyond is the en-suite shower room. Both bedrooms 2 and 4 are also benefitting from fitted cupboards. The bathroom is fully tiled and over the bath is a hand shower.

Planning permission was granted on the 17th August, 2017 by Hart District Council under 17/01218/HOU.

Long Sutton village has an active community, a primary school and All Saints parish church. Odiham is the closest village along with Hook and Alton for day to day shopping.

Schooling is provided through the primary school in the village and Robert May Secondary School in Odiham. In the private sector Lord Wandsworth College is located on the edge of the village in 1200 acres. St Neot’s, Daneshill, St Swithun’s, Churches and Wellington Colleges are all within a daily commute.

Local and regional communications are very good with access onto the M3 at Junction 5, Hook. The M4 is accessed at Reading Junction 11. Hook and Winchfield Stations are accessible for London Waterloo.

A sweep of drive flanked by wide grassed verges, leads to the house and beyond to the double garage and store room with wide up-and-over door. To one side is a swimming pool, in need of extensive renovation and currently not used, shaded by a mature apple tree believed to be Bramley.

The southerly facing rear garden, accessed from both the kitchen and garden room, has a wide flagged terrace and beyond a low brick wall an area of lawn. Towards the boundary are three fruit trees (2 apple trees and a plum). In the garden is evidence of a good number of shrubs and roses, however, it is currently slightly overgrown. Boundaries are high hedge and timber fencing.

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23 September 2017

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