A Guide to This Property & the Local Area
Avon Road, Oakley, Basingstoke, RG23
Kingsley House Market Place Whitchurch RG28 7BH
01256 892222
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Key Features
Property Type
Key Details
Floor Area
1,453 ft2
135 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band D
Flood Risk
Rivers & Seas
No Risk
Flood Risk
Surface Water
Unlike flooding from rivers, surface water flooding can happen many miles from a river, often in places that people wouldn’t expect because it’s a long way from a river or stream – it happens simply because there is nowhere else for the rainwater to go. Risk ratings are measured as:
High Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 30 (3.3%) in any one year.
Medium Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 100 (1.0%) in any one year.
Low Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year.
Very Low Risk - an area in which the risk is below 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year
Conservation Area
Land Registry
Title Number
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 16 mbps
Superfast - 52 mbps
Ultrafast - 1000 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
3 (Three)
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.

Energy rating



Valid until 02.04.2033

Your energy rating is C(73) and your potential is B(82) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 73 | C 82 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: Semi-detached house Walls: Cavity wall, filled cavity
Walls Energy: Average Roof: Pitched, 250 mm loft insulation
Roof Energy: Good Window: Fully double glazed
Window Energy: Average Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Main Heating Energy: Good Main Heating Controls: Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs
Main Heating Controls Energy: Good Hot Water System: From main system
Hot Water Energy Efficiency: Good Lighting: Low energy lighting in 86% of fixed outlets
Lighting Energy: Very good Floors: Solid, no insulation (assumed)
Secondary Heating: None Total Floor Area: 135 m2
Average price changes for RG23
+ 67.16%
+ 67.36%
+ 59.82%
+ 41.79%
Education Level
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Not Rated
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Itchen Close 0.08 miles
Itchen Close 0.08 miles
Anton Close 0.09 miles
Anton Close 0.11 miles
Springfield 0.15 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
Alresford (Mid Hants Railway) 11.29 miles
Medstead & Four Marks (Mid Hants Railway) 11.01 miles
Medstead & Four Marks (Mid Hants Railway) 11.01 miles
Ferry Terminals
Pin Name Distance
Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal 26.63 miles
Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal 26.63 miles
Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal 26.64 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Basingstoke Rail Station 3.81 miles
Overton Rail Station 3.78 miles
Overton Rail Station 3.81 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
M3 J7 2.34 miles
M3 J8 2.86 miles
M3 J6 4.63 miles
M3 J5 9.26 miles
M4 J12 13.76 miles
Pin Name Distance
Southampton Airport 22.38 miles
Southampton Airport 22.38 miles
London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 33.21 miles
London Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 34.2 miles
About Brockenhurst
We opened for business in Andover on September 4th 1999. A year later, our second office was opening and we had won the national award for the ‘Best Newcomer’ at Europe’s largest Estate Agency conference. We were appointed as the exclusive representative for the world’s leading relocation company and our third office followed shortly afterwards. We opened another sales office and a Property Management / Lettings business and by 2018 our Whitchurch office had been voted 18th best in the UK by Rightmove and Property Academy, out of nearly 30,000 estate agency offices. Since then, we’ve opened two more offices (Basingstoke) and have a seventh planned for late 2024. We are market leaders in all of our operating areas which cover a huge geographic area in Wiltshire and Hampshire.
Testimonial 1
I cannot praise Brockenhurst enough for their support during a particularly challenging sale/purchase. Andy, in particular, communicated with us day and night and was meticulous in ensuring we were kept in the loop at all times. Arranging viewings was really easy and feedback from Brockenhurst was always constructive. We sold very quickly thanks to the team at Brockenhurst. We wouldn't hesitate to use them in future.
Testimonial 2
We chose Brockenhurst as they were friendly and knowledgeable from the get go. We were assured that we would be taken care of and kept up to date throughout the process – and that was completely true. We sold our house in 2 days, and Andy was thoughtful throughout the madness of that. He has updated us with every element of the process and even just checks in to make sure all is ok. I'm not sure another estate agent would ever live up to them.
Testimonial 3
I would highly recommend Brockenhurst Estate Agents. The communication has been outstanding, always professional and timely, no matter who we spoke to they had an excellent understanding of our sale/purchase. We sold and purchased a house with Brockenhurst Estate Agents within 3 months, from day one the professionalism and support has been exceptional. Although all the team were amazing I would like to single out Andy who was amazing!
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