Property flirt! A Grade II-listed townhouse
How's this for a High Street special? Come take a tour of this historic 4-bed end of terrace property in picture-perfect Odiham - then guess the price!
Now this is what we call a mystery property… A historic end of terrace occupying a prime spot on Odiham High Street – but can you guess how much it costs?
Like much of this pretty market town, Number 81 High Street has some serious history behind it. In the frame is The Frame Gallery itself (the current incumbent of the retail space) and above it, a townhouse home arranged over three floors.
The impressive frontage on this Odiham property is mid-19th Century (loving the bay windows!) but parts of the building, like quite a few others on this gorgeous Georgian High Street, date back to the eighteenth century. Err – told you it had history!
And just look at where it is – right next door to the rather lovely Pickled Pepper Deli and opposite The Bel & Dragon and The Red Lion. Talk about location, location, location… We’ll start by heading through the separate side door and into the house. Shall, we?
Through a small hallway and we’re into the spacious, well kitted out kitchen and dining area, kept cosy with underfloor heating. Check out those original beams…
To your right, we have a comfortable family room with wood burner. And through the bifold doors, a rather pretty south-facing garden. G&Ts all round…
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms with restored character beams. Three are on the first floor, including a master with ensuite shower and loo, and a second bedroom with a small balcony, both overlooking the pretty garden.
The third, street-facing room is currently an office, but it could easily be another bedroom again or hobby room. Just look at that exposed brickwork…
Any smart, period property needs a smart living room. And here we have one – light, bright, with more original features. Also on this floor, there’s a family bathroom with a separate bath and shower. Quite the Tardis, eh?
OK, who spotted the missing bedroom? Kudos. Follow us up the final staircase – and here we are:
Right – time for a culture fix! Let’s head back downstairs to the ground floor and through into the art gallery and frame shop.
OK, shopping over. And so, to the burning question. How much do you think this Odiham property costs? Drop your guesses in the comments below (no peeking, naughty!), and when you’re done, head to the Strutt & Parker website to see if you’re right.