A beautifully presented Grade II listed Georgian family house situated in this highly desirable location.
Cedar Tree House built in 1801 is a most attractive Grade II listed village property over two floors . The house is constructed of red brick under a hip slate tiled roof. Of special note are the Doric columns in the entrance porch.Internally the property has been totally refurbished to the highest of standards with great attention being paid to detail, whilst retaining much of its original features.The accommodation is well laid out over two floors with the majority of rooms being well appointed with high ceilings and large windows giving a feeling of light and spaciousness.Off the main hall is the drawing room and dining room, whilst the kitchen/breakfast room has wonderful views over the picturesque courtyard and opens out into a sitting/playroom which in turn has views over the immaculate landscape gardens.Over the first floor is a spacious landing with five bedrooms and a large family bathroom and separate shower room. It may be possible, subject to the necessary planning consents, to extend the bedroom accommodation into the attic, if required.Within the courtyard there is a substantial Victorian Coach House that has been beautifully converted to create ancillary accommodation or rental investments and could be configured as two cottages. The ground floor comprises a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, cloakroom/shower room, boot room and a bedroom. Over the first floor is a double bedroom, separate bathroom, and a home office which could be used as bedroom 3.There is also a large brick built garage/storeroom and separate potting shed.The gardens are predominately to the rear of the property and are immaculate with a large expanse of lawn bordered by mature trees and shrubs giving privacy and seclusion.
Cedar Tree House is situated in the delightful village of North Warnborough, less than one mile from the Georgian market town of Odiham. Within the village are two public houses, a restaurant and numerous attractive walks along the Basingstoke canal as well as the Newlyns farm shop, café and cookery school.The renowned Four Seasons hotel and spa is close by offering an extensive range of outdoor pursuits, including horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, swimming pool and private gym membership. Every day facilities can be found in the bustling High Street of Odiham with a wide variety of boutique shops and restaurants. The major centres of Basingstoke and Farnham provide a more extensive range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities.There are some well-regarded primary schools in the area including Robert Mays Secondary School in Odiham, as well as Daneshill, Edgeborough, St Neots and Lord Wandsworth College, Elstree, Cheam, Yateley Manor and Wellington College, but to name a few.Commuting is first class with easy access to the road and rail networks. The M3 (Junction 5) is approximately one mile away with mainline railway stations at Hook, Winchfield and Basingstoke all providing regular services to London Waterloo.