High Street, Odiham

Guide Price £2,200,000 - Sold STC

High Street, Hook

£2,200,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 18484231
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Period Property
  • Central Village Location
  • Three Formal Reception Rooms
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Separate Self-Contained Annex
  • Walled Garden, Garage & Driveway Parking

Property Summary

Queens Mead, an impressive, Grade II listed, five-bedroom property with separate self -contained, one-bedroom annex, stands proudly in the Centre of the sought-after village of Odiham and provides the rare opportunity for a purchaser to live in Georgian splendour whilst also occupying an exceptionally practical family home.

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Queens Mead, an impressive, Grade II listed, five-bedroom property with separate self -contained, one-bedroom annex, stands proudly in the Centre of the sought-after village of Odiham and provides the rare opportunity for a purchaser to live in Georgian splendour whilst also occupying an exceptionally practical family home.


Internally, the rooms are of generous and typically Georgian proportions with high ceilings, ornate coving and cornices. The inviting entrance hallway is a particular feature with sweeping staircase leading to the first and second floors.


Reception rooms include a dining room with feature fire place, an elegant, double aspect, drawing room with floor to ceiling windows, with views over the beautiful rear garden and a further reception room with built in cabinetry, which is currently being used as a study.


The well-designed, spacious, fitted kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances and generous central plinth, creates a real ‘heart’ to this home with double doors opening out to a patio area overlooking the beautiful walled garden.


There is also a separate cloak room which benefits from built in storage.


Stairs lead from the main hallway to a useful ‘dry’ basement room, ideal for wine storage, gym or workshop.


On the first floor there are four well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom suite. The handsome, master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom suite with separate shower has lovely views over the garden. A further two of the bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes.


On the second floor is a study area leading to a further two rooms, one of which is currently being used as a sitting room and the other a bedroom, along with a separate bathroom.


To the rear of the property is a well-maintained, private, enclosed walled garden with substantial patio area with pergola. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting, shrubs, flower beds and trees. From the garden there is a gate leading to the enclosed private, parking area, garage and garden store above which is a self-contained annex with kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and bedroom.


The historic village of Odiham was the first Hampshire entry in the Domesday Book and today, in addition to the 13th century Castle ruins, offers a good range of day-to-


day facilities including a health centre, several dentists and a Post Office, together


with independent shopping, a small Co-op supermarket, coffee shops, public houses and


restaurants.


Nearby Farnham and Basingstoke offer more comprehensive mainstream facilities including several supermarkets together with further restaurants and wine bars. The village offers easy commuter links with the easily accessible M3 motorway.


The range of state schooling in the area is excellent, including Buryfields Infant School, Mayhill Junior School and Robert May’s School. Noted independent schools include Lord Wandsworth College, St. Nicholas’, St Neots and Daneshill.