The Old Bakery is an attractive detached Grade II listed village house recorded as dating back to the eighteenth century with late Victorian additions. Part of the house was for many years the popular village shop. There is a wealth of character throughout the house with exposed beams, timbers, brickwork, an open fireplace, Victorian sash windows and a lovely verandah to the front.
The light and airy triple aspect sitting room benefits from an open fireplace and views down the village towards the pond. The country style kitchen/breakfast room, designed has a comprehensive range of cream units under granite work surfaces with a range of integrated appliances including a wine cooler and a two door Aga. Completing the downstairs accommodation there is a dining room, family room, study, utility room, shower room and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
Overall, The Old Bakery is a striking village house in a prominent position and an early viewing is highly recommended.<br /><br />The Old Bakery is situated in Church Street, in the centre of Upton Grey, within the conservation area.
Upton Grey is a picturesque village situated about 4 miles south west of Odiham and is spread out over a number of lanes. The village has a village shop/post office, duck pond, Saxon Church, village hall and Public House. There are a number of bridleways leading from the village out into the surrounding countryside. Independent schools in the area include Daneshill, Cheam, Lord Wandsworth College, Bradfield, Wellington College, St. Swithun's and Winchester College.
The nearby village of Odiham caters for the day to day needs whilst more comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in Basingstoke, Farnham, Reading and Fleet. Local and regional communications are excellent with access to the M3 (Junction 5 and 6) within easy driving distance and Basingstoke, Hook and Winchfield mainline railway stations provide a fast and regular service to London Waterloo.<br /><br />To the side of the house there is driveway parking for several cars. And a pedestrian gate leading through to the rear garden. Outside, behind the house there is a paved sitting area with steps leading up to the main garden. The attractive garden is mostly laid to lawn with flower borders.