The Street, Long Sutton, Hook, Hampshire, RG29 1SR | Property for sale | Savills
2,623 sq ft(243.68 sq m)
Guide price £1,400,000(€1,642,585)

The StreetLong Sutton, Hook, Hampshire, RG29 1SR

    Key features

    • 18th century origins
    • Character features throughout
    • Wonderful décor
    • Charming garden
    • Highly sought after Hampshire village

    Unique Grade II listed property, with wonderful features and décor in a sought after rural village.

    About this property

    • This exceptional Grade II listed property is located in the heart of the picturesque village of Long Sutton amidst stunning countryside.

      Originally built in the 18th century as a Countess of Huntingdon Chapel, The Old Chapel has been converted to a charming home. Beautiful exterior features remain, such as the moulded canopy and architrave surround on the front façade and the attractive monk bonded brickwork, giving the property immediate charm and appeal. Internally, the property exudes refined character with features such as exposed beams, brickwork, an inglenook fireplace, sash windows with shutters, and panelled doors, complemented by a sympathetic colour palette and tastefully presented decor.

      The entrance to the property arrives into a reception room/study with a wood burning stove. In addition, there is a sitting room/snug, and a splendid family sitting room that is double aspect with large sash windows, has stairs to the first floor and access to the garden.

      The heart of this home is the characterful kitchen, which is open to a dining area with doors to the garden. The kitchen is wonderfully appointed with traditionally styled cabinetry complete with an AGA and there is an open stairway leading upstairs. Additionally there is a utility/laundry room with cellar access, and a boot room with a rear door, perfect for returning from country walks.

      The first floor accommodation comprises four bedrooms and a shower room, with a further bedroom and bathroom on the second floor. Each of the bedrooms have their own charm and views over the gardens, and the bathrooms are well appointed.

      Outside the property is surrounded by a mature hedge offering the property seclusion.

      The rear garden is as charming as the house with a winding pathway dividing a level lawn, which is interspersed with apple and blossom trees. There are a choice of spots to sit and enjoy the garden and space for alfresco dining.

      Within the garden there are two useful outbuildings and there is off road parking available to the rear.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is the most charming of homes.

    Rory McKenzieProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is positioned within a conservation area in the heart the picturesque and highly sought after Hampshire village of Long Sutton. In the village there is a popular primary school, the sought after senior school Lord Wandsworth College, a village hall, church and a public house.
    • Nearby, the pretty market town of Odiham and Farnham offer a more extensive range of day to day shopping and recreational facilities. The nearest mainline station is at Winchfield with services to London Waterloo (from 49 minutes) and the M3 (J5) provides fast access to the national motorway network.
    • There is a choice of schools within reach including local village primary schools, Robert Mays in Odiham, Eggar's School in Alton, Edgeborough, Frensham Heights in Frensham and Daneshill in Stratfield Turgis.
    • Nestled within rolling Hampshire countryside there is an excellent network of local footpaths and a choice of lanes for cycling.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains drainage, water, electric and gas. The property has private drainage and we understand is compliant with the relevant government regulations/registered with the appropriate body.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G