Harebell Gardens, Hartley Wintney

Guide Price £425,000 SOLD STC

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Description
Occupying a secluded position at the end of a quiet residential cul de sac in the heart of the village, is this three bedroom end of terrace home. The property features a living room, a conservatory, a downstairs cloakroom, a garage with driveway parking and a private rear garden. No onward chain.

Location Hartley Wintney was a typical medieval village with its church on the hill overlooking the priory on a marshy island. The village expanded in the early 18th century when it moved to Hartley Row to take advantage of the new London to Exeter road (now A30).

This rural village has strong road links to the towns of Camberley, Fleet, and Basingstoke with nearby access to the M3. The nearest train station is at Winchfield, with a direct link to Waterloo.

There are nearly 100 listed buildings and seven conservation areas in the parish, the largest of these is centred on the historic High Street and famous Oak Common. Also of note the village is home of the oldest cricket club in Hampshire, with games played on the picturesque cricket green since 1770.


The Property This modern build property has a warming ambience throughout and a spacious conservatory makes a notable addition to the home. Across the ground floor you will find a downstairs cloakroom, a kitchen and a living room, beyond which lies the conservatory.

The kitchen is bordered with an extensive range of neutrally toned units with a view over the courtyard area to the front of the home. The main living space resides to the rear of the property which incorporates a dining area and lengthy living room with double doors opening onto the conservatory. An opening between these rooms and the glazed panel doors create a light and natural flow throughout the spaces, as well as views over the rear garden. The living room also features a gas fireplace, with potential for wood burner as the property has a chimney; an unusual find for a property of this age.

Across the first floor are three bedrooms and the family bathroom, all of which are accessible off the landing alongside a hatch for loft access. The master bedroom also benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower.

The Grounds Being situated at the end of a cul de sac within a tucked away courtyard setting, this property enjoys a pleasant secluded spot. Small shrubs and an area of green add an attractive outlook to the home, as a canopy provides a sheltered entrance to the property.

To the rear of the property is a low maintenance garden with a paved patio area, a pond, fruit trees and shrubs, as well as a screened trellis area. A side gate leads to the driveway parking area and a separate door to garage. The garage is to the side of the property with additional parking provided by the car port over. The garage has an up and over door powered by electric motor with the addition of light and power.

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: C | Potential: C.
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Millbank House, High Street

RG27 8PE, Hampshire

United Kingdom

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