Hill Road, Oakley, Hampshire

£700,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Entrance hall

Living room

Sitting room

Dining room

Kitchen

Pantry

Downstairs WC

Four bedrooms

Bathroom

Double garage/workshop

This attractive Edwardian village home sits in a good size plot and has that solid look about it that says it will stand you in good stead for years to come. It has character and potential everywhere you look – from the wide central hallway right down to a pretty, stained glass window on the landing.

The house has been owned by the same family for 46 years (always a good sign) and has lovely gardens approaching one third of an acre. Having no onward chain, it could also be available for a quick move if required.

Whilst any new owners may wish to update the home there is plenty of space to work with and there are many character features on display such as high ceilings, picture rails and period style doors (both internal and external).

There are also tremendous opportunities to extend or alter the property (subject to any necessary consents) enabling buyers to put their own stamp on the house.

To one side of the property there is also large garage/workshop, that will be of particular interest to car enthusiasts or anyone with a hobby, in addition to a large outside store.

The front door leads into a welcoming entrance hall that gives access to the three principle reception rooms, all of which are sizable, with the dining room retaining a 'Courtier' solid fuel stove. The kitchen is at the rear as is a large pantry and the downstairs WC.

Moving upstairs there is a broad, well-lit landing giving access to three genuine double bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes (not shown on the floor plans) and a decent single bedroom. There is also a bathroom and a large full height storage cupboard on the landing.

The location of this home is very appealing being close to the centre of Oakley, which has an attractive core of historical buildings and a range of small shops, two pubs and very popular infant and junior schools. The major town of Basingstoke lies around four miles to the east and this has a mainline rail service into London Waterloo of around 45 minutes. The M3 motorway is easily reached at junctions 6 or 7 making this an ideal spot for the commuter.

AGENTS NOTE - Given the size of the plot, there may be potential for future development. The sellers wish to agree an 'overage clause' with the purchasers so that the seller will benefit from a reducing share of any future uplift in value resulting from any such development. Further details can be obtained from the agent.

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