Odiham’s existence dates back to the Domesday Book dated 1086 and as a frequent stopping point for Norman kings, features a castle built by King John in 1207. This charming village is encircled by swathes of countryside and farmland and has great transport links with the M3 just a stone’s throw away and direct links to London Waterloo from nearby Hook’s rail station.
This fantastic newly built home presents two reception rooms; a front aspect study very spacious 21ft living room with French doors to the [patio and rear garden. In addition to this the beautifully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, has an open plan aspect to an extensive dining area with double doors opening onto the patio.
From the hall way, a downstairs cloakroom complements the ground floor and there are stairs to the first floor.
Upstairs are four double bedrooms with the main bedroom presenting a large built in storage cupboard and a sophisticated en suite shower room with a double width shower cubicle and modern white suite. The family bathroom is stylishly finished with a contemporary white suite.
Outside there is parking for possibly four vehicles with side access to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio and useful storage shed.