With origins dating back to 1680, this wonderful cottage has all the charm and features you would expect, while providing a spacious interior from additional accommodation that has been extended over the years.
This wonderful property is set in grounds of approximately a third of an acre, within the popular village of Hook with its abundance of local amenities and a train station servicing London Waterloo.
Extensions that have been added over the years have created a wonderfully spacious interior and also helped to protect the original 17th century features. This is immediately evident as you open the front door into the entrance hall to reveal the original façade of the building. This most attractive hallway has a vaulted ceiling, a tiled floor and the beamed wall in front with white washed sections and exposed brick work is a joy. From here there is a turning staircase to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and reception rooms.
To the right of the hall is a door to an inner lobby from which there are doors to the family bathroom and the master bedroom. The master bedroom is light and generous and features an attractive bay window as well as a rear window looking over the gardens and there is a comprehensive range of built in wardrobes.
There are four reception rooms to this spacious home, a bright dual aspect family room, an extremely spacious living room, an elegant dining room and a study that leads through to the downstairs cloakroom. Both the living and dining rooms feature dark timber beams that are perfectly offset against the neutrally coloured walls. The living room also presents a bay window looking over the gardens, side aspect windows, French doors to the patio and a large inglenook fireplace set with a cast iron log burner.
The rear aspect kitchen is well equipped with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets and has space for a gas cooker and for further appliances. There is a tiled floor, French doors to the patio and rear garden and enough space to accommodate a breakfast table and chairs.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms. Being set in the original part of the house, they both have exposed beams on display and charming vaulted ceilings. The larger of the two rooms also benefits from a built in wardrobes an en suite wash room.
The property is situated within an exceptional garden plot with paved seating areas, pretty planting, vegetable patches and mature trees and hedging. The detached double garage has a spacious loft providing potential for conversion to an annexe/office (STPP).