Willow Tree Cottage is a spacious and highly appealing family home that features wellproportioned accommodation with clean, neutral décor completed with solid oak doors. Whilst outside there is a delightful well stocked colourful garden.
The main ground floor reception room is the generous drawing room, which has a fireplace and French doors opening onto the westerly facing rear garden. The ground floor also has a formal dining room and a useful study, which is ideal for home working, while the open-plan kitchen and conservatory is a splendid, light and airy living space. The kitchen provides plenty of storage space in units to base and wall level, together with integrated appliances and a stainless steel range cooker. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a practical utility room. There is also underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
The first floor provides three double bedrooms, two of which are en suite, with all three featuring fitted storage. The large principal bedroom has an en suite shower room, with the second bedroom benefitting from an en suite bathroom with an over-bath shower. There is also a family bathroom with a separate shower unit.
The property is set in a sought-after location on a peaceful road on the edge of the historic village of Odiham. The village is a picturesque place with a charming High Street, which boasts several restaurants and cafés, together with a selection of shops. There is an infant school, a junior school and a secondary school in the village, with further schools in nearby Hook and Fleet, including the independent St. Nicholas’ School and Lord Wandsworth College. The area is well connected, with the M3 just over two miles away, while Hook mainline station offers services to London Waterloo in less than an hour. The town of Farnham is seven miles away, offering extensive shopping and leisure facilities.
At the front of the cottage the property initially approached over a shared drive. A five-bar wooden gate opens onto the gravel driveway, which provides plenty of parking space and leads to the oak detached double carport and useful workshop fitted with a sink
and electricity. The front garden has an area of lawn and a pathway leading to the entrance. In the rear mediterranean style garden there is an area of paved terracing and pathways leading through gravel beds, which have various plants and shrubs, including climbing roses.