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St. Stephens Close, Up Nately

Price £475,000 SOLD

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Description
This three bedroom character home enjoys the remarkable countryside setting of Up Nately village, in reach of the M3. This bright and airy property features two reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom, family bathroom, a generous private garden complimented by a brick built home office/studio, and ample private parking.

Location Up Nately is a small village in Hampshire, some three miles to the east of Basingstoke where there is a main line train station with a fast service to London Waterloo. The nearby village of Hook serves direct links to Waterloo and Southampton, via the village's rail station, with indirect routes to Reading and Salisbury.

This semi-rural village is plentiful with open countryside, while the Basingstoke Canal runs through the northern area, which soon ends at Greywell.

Originally part of Mapledurwell, it was created as a separate estate in the early part of the 12th century, when it was granted to the Cistercian Abbey of Tiron in France by Adam de Port. It was sequestered by Edward III as it was an abbey that owed allegiance to a foreign power. It was bought in 1391 by William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester who then bestowed it on the newly founded College of Winchester.


The Property Neutral tones flow through this semi-detached character home, which retains an open plan quality to present bright and welcoming living areas.

Oak flooring greet you into the spacious entrance hall, which leads onto both reception rooms, the downstairs cloakroom, whilst also accommodating a useful storage cupboard and stairs to the first floor.

The lounge, positioned to the front of the home, measures over 22ft and presents a versatile space that can accommodate an array of furnishings. This welcoming family space enjoys an airy ambience with two windows, whilst also featuring a central solid fuel fireplace.

Continuing further along the hall, the dining room maintains an open arrangement off the reception. A continuation of the solid oak flooring complements this family space, which is suitably positioned adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room. While offering a pleasant sociable arrangement, the kitchen presents functionality, offering a utility area and direct access to the outdoors.

A range of modern shaker units and contrasting work surfaces border the kitchen, which presents additional space for a breakfast bar. This rear aspect room enjoys a pleasant outlook over the easterly aspect gardens, and enjoys a sense of character, with a stable door, ceiling beams and a butler sink. An integrated oven and hob with an extractor hood have also been incorporated here, while the utility cupboard offers space and plumbing for further appliances.

Turning stairs lead to the first floor, where there are three bedrooms and the bathroom. All bedrooms are of a good size, with the generous master bedroom also benefitting from built-in wardrobes.

The bathroom features a white suite, with a panel enclosed corner bath.


The Grounds This semi-detached family home is located within a remarkable setting that adjoins open fields and countryside, while offering practical outdoor areas, including a brick built home office/studio which has a multitude of uses.

The property enjoys a characterful façade, with a wraparound veranda also offering a practical sheltered entrance to the property. An expanse of gravel drive complements the private front grounds, along with a shaped area of lawn, fencing and mature bushes.

A side gate leads through to the well-established private rear garden, which offers practical outdoor space as it has been thoughtfully segmented, by areas of decking, lawn and a vegetable patch. The detached brick built home office/studio which benefits from a mains water supply, power and light is also situated here, making a notable contribution to this outdoor space.

The sizeable rear garden enjoys a pleasant sense of privacy as it is further bordered by bushes and trees.


Energy Efficiency Rating Current: E I Potential: B

Recent Trustpilot Review "The commitment made to our sale by the Manager of the Hook office, Simon Dredge was exceptional. As a result of Mackenzie Smith being able to call on the expertise of a staff member from the part of the company that deals with land sales, some difficult issues were resolved and the sale of our property was achieved by Simon. We would highly recommend the company."
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