Pankridge Street, Crondall

Guide Price £850,000 SOLD STC

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Description
Make the most of village life in this spacious detached house, where the most glorious countryside views can found from the rear garden. The property lends itself to extension (STPP) and is set within the heart of Crondall village with local pubs and shops nearby.

Location Crondall is a large village just north west of Farnham and it is all that remains of the old Hundred of Crondall, referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086. The village has good local amenities that include a pre-school, primary school and the village hall even holds regular cinema nights. Throughout Crondall there are many well-preserved old houses and cottages. The Plume of Feathers pub is a fine example of Tudor architecture and was a resting stop on the turnpike to Portsmouth.

The towns of Farnham, Fleet and Basingstoke are close by as are excellent road and rail links with London Waterloo accessible in 43 minutes via the mainline rail station at Fleet or Winchfield and the M3 motorway is a short drive away for commuting or for travel to the south coast.

The Property Across the ground floor you will find a large entrance hall with a turning staircase to the first floor, a cloakroom, three reception rooms and a kitchen with an open plan dining/breakfast room.

The first of the reception rooms is a family room that overlooks the front of the property. This versatile room could also be used as a study or snug. The main reception room is an exceptionally large space, extending over 28ft in length. Windows to the front and side and patio doors to the rear garden allow natural light to stream through. A fireplace fitted with a gas fire creates a focal point to the room and there is an open plan view to another reception room that is currently a dining room.

The kitchen is enhanced by an open plan dining/breakfast room. A breakfast bar and an archway separate the two spaces and from the dining area there are French doors opening out to the patio and rear garden. Fitted cabinets border the kitchen and neatly integrate a double oven and a gas hob. There is space for further appliances and also a useful utility room lies adjacent.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms are to the rear of house and make the most of those amazing field views. The master bedroom spans the depth of the house and features built in wardrobes as well as an en suite with both a bath and a shower enclosure. The main family bathroom also has the benefit of a bath and a separate shower.

The Grounds A large front garden greets you into the plot where there is also a long gravel drive with a turning space in front of the house. As you would expect from its rural village location, there are plenty of mature trees and bushes that border the property and provide screening. The attached double garage has one electric garage door and a rear door to the dining area of the kitchen.

The rear garden is truly something special as beyond the rear boundary are fields and countryside, as far as the eye can see. Within the garden is a paved patio, the perfect spot for outside dining and to enjoy the scenery.

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: D | Potential: C.
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