Dating back to the 17th Century this quaint property is situated in the charming village of Greywell, just to the west of Odiham, only a short walk from the welcoming traditional village pub and pleasant walks along the river Whitewater and Basingstoke Canal.

Traditional cottage through and through the living room is cosy with features such exposed ceiling beams and a brick open fireplace with timber mantle. A latch door takes you through to the kitchen/dining room which has a traditionally styled fitted kitchen; including a Belling country range cooker, limestone flooring and space and plumbing for other appliances.

The second reception room is the garden room which has double doors opening to the delightful cottage garden in addition to a partially glazed roof to bring the sunshine in and a heated ceramic tiled floor to keep off the chill in the cooler months.

Upstairs are two double bedrooms; the bedrooms are full of character, both featuring an original cast iron fireplace, a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams in addition to traditionally styled fitted wardrobes. Access to the bathroom is through bedroom one.

The 150ft established rear garden is enclosed by panel fencing with mature trees and bushes, flowers and herbs, to create an enchanting space. Immediately to the back of the house is a large paved area, perfect for sitting out on a warm relaxing evening, with a brick retaining wall and steps up to the lawn. A path leads to the far end of the garden and a timber studio building which is insulated with power and light to provide an excellent craft space, workshop or get away.

Greywell is a semi-rural retreat yet is within a short drive of the M3 corridor and key rail routes with amenities of Basingstoke and Reading within easy reach.

On the market at £325,000 this property is an excellent specimen of a listed cottage and perfect for those who enjoy the village lifestyle. Contact the Hartley Wintney office on 01252 844015 for further information or to arrange a viewing.

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