Church Lane, Dogmersfield, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 8SZ | Property for sale | Savills
5 Ac(2.02 Ha)
Guide price £2,950,000(€3,440,281)

Church LaneDogmersfield, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 8SZ

  • Recently sold
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2024
  • Grand proportion & period features
  • Grade II Listed
  • 2 Bedroom cottage
  • Equestrian facilities - outbuilding, stables & paddocks
  • Close to the Four Seasons
  • Around 50 minutes by train to London Waterloo from Winchfield or Fleet Station

Classic Georgian country house with enviable proportions, in around 5 acres of land including gardens & paddock, with stables, outbuildings & cottage.

About this property

  • Tundry House is an exceptionally handsome property, that reveals itself to you as you make your way down the picturesque gated gravel driveway, which has an attractive woodland border complimented with seasonal flowering bulbs.

    Known to have been built in the early 1800s, this elegant Georgian property is entered through the pilastered central front door and the sought after period features continue within. These include enviable grand proportions, sash windows and fireplaces throughout.

    There is a double aspect formal drawing room with a wonderfully wide box bay window and double doors that open to the garden. The dining room is a grand room with two sash windows providing garden views. There is also an informal sitting room/tv den and a forward facing study. A conservatory provides a secluded reception space and leads on to a courtyard terrace.

    High ceilings continue into the family kitchen, which has fitted cabinetry, an AGA, a breakfast area and a neighbouring utility room.

    A beautiful turned staircase leads upstairs, where there is a principal bedroom suite located in the east wing, comprising a bedroom with box bay window overlooking the garden, an en suite bathroom and dressing room (which could also be used as further double bedroom). Additionally there are four further bedrooms, a bathroom and shower room.

    Accessed off the courtyard there is a bedroom with an en suite, which could be used as guest bedroom as it can be accessed independently from the main house.

    Tundry Cottage is understood to have been built at the same time as the house and it comprises a sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally the cottage has a terrace area located on the side, which faces away from the main house enabling it to be totally independent.

    The gravel driveway provides an enchanting approach to the house and arrives at a large parking area at the front.
    The gardens surround the property with a sweeping lawn and lush border of a mature Magnolia, Rhododendrons, Azeleas and established trees, which offer an attractive outlook from the reception rooms and bedrooms.

    A large formal lawn stretches out to the rear of the property, offering plenty of space for entertaining. Enclosed by a mature clipped hedge is a tennis court and further area of garden.

    The grounds continue to be made up of paddocks and stables with outbuildings to complement these.

    In all the grounds measure approximately 5 acres.

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Impressive proportions.

Rory McKenzieProperty agent

Local information

  • Tundry House is situated in the village of Dogmersfield where there is a primary school, The Queens Head public house, picturesque church and well-renowned Four Seasons hotel with spa and restaurant.
  • The picturesque market town of Odiham, about three miles to the South West with a high street that provides an extensive range of local amenities, including shops, restaurants, coffee shops, a Co-op supermarket and pubs.
  • Church Crookham and Fleet are also close by and offer a further choice of shopping including M&S, Waitrose, Tescos, Sainsburys, Morrisons and Aldi and recreation facilities and a wide variety of restaurants and coffee shops.
  • Basingstoke, approximately eight miles away, is the largest town in Hampshire and hosts an excellent range of leisure and shopping facilities, including Festival Place, where there is a variety of shop and a cinema.
  • The M3 passes to the north of the village and is accessible via Junction 5 within a mile providing a great link to The West Country, London and to Heathrow Airport which is around 26 miles away. There are local mainline stations at Winchfield and Fleet, perfect for London Commuters.
  • Schools within the area are particularly well regarded and include Dogmersfield C of E primary School, Courtmoor and Calthorpe Park Secondary School in Fleet, Robert Mays Senior School in nearby Odiham. The independent schools in the area include Daneshill, St, Neot's, St Nicholas, Lord Wandsworth, Eagle house, St Swithun's and Wellington College.
  • The Four Seasons Hotel in Dogmersfield, Tylney Park Golf Club in Rotherwick and Wellingston Country Park offer plenty of recreational opportunities. Whilst also,there are extensive country walks over the many footpaths which are directly accessible from the village as well as tow path walks along The Basingstoke Canal.

Additional information

  • All mains services
  • Hart District Council - Band H
  • EPC Rating: F