If you’ve dreamed of exchanging busy streets for an English country idyll, Oak Tree Close could be just what you've been waiting for. Surrounded by Hampshire’s finest countryside, from conservation areas and sites of special scientific interest to the beauty of the Basingstoke Canal, this area is a paradise for ramblers, cyclists and horse-riders.
Walk in the Old Deer Park, once a royal hunting ground, and you’ll be following in the footsteps of medieval kings. Explore Odiham Woods or Bartley Heath, picnic in the wooded pasture of Odiham Common or visit Beacon Hill. Wherever you go, you’ll be surrounded by natural beauty.
Odiham’s High Street, just minutes' away, marries charm and convenience, providing a diverse range of shops selling everything from everyday essentials to the ‘little luxuries’ that bring pleasure to your day.
Whether you’re entertaining friends, planning a romantic dinner, feeding the family or just relaxing with the Sunday papers, excellent restaurants, quaint cafés and country inns offer gastronomic delights and a relaxed atmosphere. The sense of history is tangible; architectural gems include the pretty 12th century church, ancient alms-houses and a ruined castle, from which King John set out to sign the Magna Carta.