To arrange a viewing please contact our Selling Agents McCarthy Holden; Tel: 01256 704851.
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A selection of 2,3 & 4 Bedroom houses
Castlebrook is a highly desirable development of just 11 homes in a peaceful, semi-rural location within a Conservation Area in the Hampshire village of North Warnborough, one mile north of the pretty village of Odiham and a couple of miles south of the vibrant Hook. The centrepiece of our new Castlebrook development is the Edwardian Jolly Miller pub which has been converted into four beautiful and very different homes with all the passion and care we’re renowned for. Elsewhere within this intimate mews development, there are stylish terraced and semi-detached properties. A county of castles and kings Held by King Harold since before the Norman invasion of 1066, North Warnborough and Odiham had already become a royal burgh by 1086. Perfectly positioned between Winchester and Windsor, the village’s location convinced those early royals to maintain a palace and lodgings in the locale. By 1207, work began on King John’s castle (located within walking distance of Castlebrook) in 20 acres of grounds of meadowland at North Warnborough. The ruins still stand by what’s now the Basingstoke Canal and are surrounded by a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). History and heritage still ebb and flow through North Warnborough. Most of the village centre is a Conservation area containing over 40 listed buildings. The village retains two warm and welcoming pubs, The Lord Derby and The Anchor, while the Grade II listed Mill House Restaurant goes back to medieval times. This extraordinary building is constructed from a virtual forest of warped and tilted beams and floors, with gardens and a millpond to match. For easy day to day living, North Warnborough village contains a handful of useful local facilities including a convenience store within a fuel station, a restaurant, a pub and Newlyns Farm Shop and Cafe. Located around a mile away from the village centre is the village of Odiham which also comprises of pubs, cafes, convenient stores, restaurants and a smattering of independents. Odiham also boasts two schools for youngsters of all ages. For juniors there’s Mayhill and for seniors, Robert May’s. Both offer you over 300 years of heritage and a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating. The town of Hook provides more of the same, including a community centre, a great selection of places to shop and a wide range of places to eat, drink and relax. With the Basingstoke Canal running through the village, the pretty River Whitewater flowing just to the north and being surrounded by gorgeous North Hampshire countryside, it’s easy to find peace and quiet living at Castlebrook. But when you’re after shopping, leisure and sporting facilities on a grand scale, you have the choice of bustling towns and cities such as Basingstoke, Reading, Winchester and Guildford. Little wonder then, that the local authority - Hart District Council - carried off the title ‘Best Place to Live in the UK’ in Halifax’s Quality of Life Survey for four years in a row.
Convenient for everywhere you want to be The M3 and the A33 are both easily reached from Castlebrook, giving you simple access to London, the Midlands and south to the coast. A short drive to Hook Station gives you access to regular, direct services to London Waterloo, which can have you in the capital in just over an hour. While Basingstoke Station, for example, is just 10 minutes away from Hook Station. If your travels take you further afield, the nearest international airports are Heathrow (30 miles), Southampton (35 miles) and Gatwick (55 miles).
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|6||Show home||3||Coming soon|
|8||Not released||4 bedroom||Not yet released|
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