Old Basing, Old Basing, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24

Guide Price £1,100,000

A charming detached Grade II Listed family home of great character located within the Conservation Area close to the heart of this historic village. 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility cloakroom, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage, stables, walled garden.

  • Freehold
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Baths
  • House
  • Cottage
  • Detached
  • Garden
  • Outbuildings

Description

AN EXCELLENT DETACHED GRADE II LISTED FAMILY HOME OF GREAT CHARACTER LOCATED WITHIN THE CONSERVATION AREA CLOSE TO THE HEART OF THIS POPULAR VILLAGE.

Hall, Sitting Room/Dining Room, Family Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility/ Cloakroom, Five Bedrooms, one with en suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom, Garage and Office, Stables and Store, Delightful Garden.

Basingstoke 2 miles

Reading 10 miles

Winchester 20 miles

London Waterloo from 45 minutes from Basingstoke

SITUATION

The property is located within the Conservation Area close to the centre of the village, near the historic ruins of Basing House, largely destroyed by Oliver Cromwell during the English Civil War. Old Basing is a popular village with facilities including three pubs, good schools, shops and a church, and a recreation ground with active tennis and cricket clubs and a children’s play area. Old Basing is situated on the eastern fringes of Basingstoke which offers an extensive range of leisure, recreational and educational facilities, and good commuting with a mainline railway station (within cycling distance) and access to junction 6 of the M3 within about 2 miles of the property.

THE PROPERTY

The Well House is an attractive and prominent Grade II Listed detached family home with the most delightful rear garden. Built around 1550 as an ‘open hall’ farmhouse, the property was extended, and the fireplaces installed, in the early 18th century with reclaimed materials from Basing House. Over recent years the property has been sympathetically transformed into a charming family home of great character retaining much of its original feel.

On the ground floor, the front door opens to a small entrance hall with the family room, with large open fireplace and Jotul log burning stove, to one side and the large principal reception room to the other. This has a wealth of exposed timbers and a large brick built open fireplace and is currently used as a combined sitting and dining room. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room is accessed from both principal reception rooms and is fully fitted with an excellent range of modern units, and gives access to both the study and the utility/cloakroom. The rear hall gives access to the rear garden.

On the first floor, there is a central landing with five double bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room and the large family bathroom.

OUTSIDE

To one side there is a brick paved yard providing off road parking with a brick stable block to one side (3 loose boxes and store) and the detached garage with office in front. There is additional parking on the other side of the house.

The rear garden is delightful. Principally walled, it is level and laid primarily to lawn with a large paved terrace and various flower and shrub beds and borders, and enjoys a westerly orientation.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SERVICES

All mains services are connected.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

VIEWING

By prior appointment through the Basingstoke Office (01256) 473388

DIRECTIONS RG24 7BY

Exit the M3 at Junction 6 for Basingstoke. Stay in the LEFT hand lane signed A30 East (Old Basing and Hook.) This will take you RIGHT, through this “hamburger” roundabout. IMMEDIATELY LEFT, turn into Redbridge Lane. Continue to the end and at the T junction turn right (straight on) into The Street. Continue through the centre of the village passing under the bridge and The Well House will be found on the left just before The Bolton Arms.

Basingstoke

01256 473388

26 London Street
Basingstoke
Hampshire RG21 7PG