Pilcot Hill, Crookham Village

RG27 8SX


Ref: 10122

LOCATION Dogmersfield is a small village between the towns of Fleet and Hartley Wintney in North Hampshire and has close road links to the M3.
Places of interest include the village church, the Queen's Head pub and a mansion house known as Dogmersfield House or Dogmersfield Park. There is also a small school (Dogmersfield Primary School) which was built in 1911. Every year the school still has a May Fair with traditional Maypole dancing and crowning of the May Queen.
The Basingstoke Canal runs through Dogmersfield and a lake, (Tundry Pond) is situated in the grounds of Dogmersfield House). Local legend says that Dogmersfield village was originally built on the area that is now Tundry Pond, until the owner of Dogmersfield House decided he wanted a view of a lake from his window. It was on his orders the houses were moved, brick by brick, to their current location.

GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION A part glazed solid wood front door opens into the entrance lobby where there is a tiled floor underfoot, exposed timber wall beams and doors to both the dining and living rooms. An ingle nook fire place with an exposed brick hearth and a cast iron log burner created a welcoming focal point to the dual aspect living room. To the side of the fireplace is a shelved recess and exposed ceiling beams give the room further character. An archway leads to the rear of the living room where there is further sitting area with a side aspect window, an exposed timber ceiling beam, an under stairs cupboard and a door opening into the rear lobby. The rear lobby has a quarry tiled floor, storage cupboards, exposed timber wall beams, a door to the garden and a door through to the cloakroom/utility area that has a continuation of the quarry tiled floor, a low level W.C., ceramic sink and there is space and plumbing for laundry appliances.
The inner hall extends round to the kitchen breakfast room where there are stairs to the first floor and a door to the dining room. With a dual aspect, the dining room features exposed timber ceiling beams and a natural brick open fire place with a shelved storage cupboard to one side. Fitted with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted cabinets and solid wood work surfaces, the rear aspect kitchen includes a split level double oven, four ring gas hob with an overhead extractor and a ceramic tiled floor. There is ample space for further appliances and steps from the kitchen lead to a further hall where a part glazed door opens out to the front garden. This hall also extends to the rear of the property where there is a further door to the rear garden along with a door and step up to the dual aspect family room.

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION To the first floor landing are doors to all rooms along with a stair case rising to the second floor. The dual aspect master bedroom features an exposed timber floor, a timber ceiling beam and an en suite shower room which is fitted with a white suite comprising of a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, a low level W.C and both ceramic floor and wall tiling. There are three further bedrooms, two of which have the benefit of fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising of a panel enclosed bath, wash hand basin and a low level W.C.

SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION To the second floor is a room that has been divided into two parts both with side facing windows and rear facing Velux windows. An exposed timber floor flows throughout along with exposed timber wall beams.

OUTSIDE A shingle driveway provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the attached garage. The remainder of the front garden is laid mainly to lawn with a central brick pathway which leads from the gate to the front door of the property. To the side of the house is a high brick wall with a timber gate opening into the rear garden. The rear garden is an outstanding feature of the property and comprises of a large split level flagstone patio with steps to the lawn. The extensive lawns are interspersed with mature shrub beds and borders along with established trees including a large willow tree. Also within the garden are garden sheds, soft fruit patches and a greenhouse with the whole being enclosed by a combination of Laurel hedging and mature trees to provide screening from the adjoining properties. Beyond the rear boundary there is an uninterrupted view of neighbouring farmland.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Property highlights

  • Period Features
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Large Second Floor Room
  • Garage
  • Mature Gardens
  • Countryside Setting
  • Village Community

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Branch Address

Hartfield House
94 Fleet Road
GU51 4PA