Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

Guide Price £600,000 SOLD STC

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Description
Taking full advantage of its central positioning, this charming two bedroom character property enjoys views over Hartley Wintney Commons, cricket green and paddocks. The attentively enhanced home features two reception rooms, a kitchen/dining room, a downstairs cloakroom/utility and an outbuilding. 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 A sophisticated neutral décor flows throughout this charming two double bedroom cottage that has been attentively enhanced to offer versatile living spaces well-suited to modern lifestyles. The home has been supplemented by a rear extension along the ground floor that forms an open plan kitchen/dining room. Original features have also been attentively conserved, including original doors, exposed brick walls and fireplaces that have been refreshed with a modern décor to form attractive focal points.

Quarry tiled flooring complements the entrance hall of the property, where the extended ground floor living areas encompass two reception rooms, an open plan kitchen/dining room, and a downstairs cloakroom/utility room.

Along with pleasant views over the green, the 15ft lounge also features an exposed brick fireplace with a wood burner. A central fireplace also forms the focal point of the second reception room that occupies a central position within the home and guides on to the downstairs cloakroom/utility room and the open plan kitchen/dining room.

The kitchen/dining room offers a sociable living space that duly forms the hub of the home. A series of skylights introduce plenty of natural light throughout the space, whilst French doors suitably complement the room opening out to the private rear garden.

Two double bedrooms and the family bathroom can be found along the first floor of the property. Taking full advantage of the elevated positioning, you can enjoy scenic views over Hartley Wintney's rural surroundings from here.


The Grounds The grounds of this terraced character property make a notable addition to the home, as a courtyard garden occupies the front to form an ideal spot from which you can enjoy views over the cricket pitch.

To the rear lies a private garden that is predominately laid to lawn and enclosed by wood panel fencing. The grounds have been enhanced by the addition of a garden cabin that benefits from the supply of power, light and a telephone point. This versatile space can offer an array of uses, such as an office, study or hobbies room.

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: E I Potential: C

Recent Trustpilot Review This is now the third house that we have sold through Mackenzie Smith and we would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending them to others. They keep you informed at each stage from initial viewings, subsequent feedback and finally negotiating an agreed price. We would not use any other agent.
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Millbank House, High Street

RG27 8PE, Hampshire

United Kingdom

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