Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

Asking Price Of £800,000 SOLD STC

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Description
A rarely available, four bedroom detached, home that overlooks the Commons and historical Oaks. This extended 1920's property is in easy reach of schools, major road links and village amenities and encompasses three reception rooms, a 19ft kitchen/breakfast room, two bathroom suites, a private rear garden and garage.

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 Dating back to circa the 1920's, Timberlee is a four bedroom detached home that enjoys a characterful facade and generous living accommodation. The home has been enhanced over the years, with the addition of a two storey side extension and rear extension, which altogether offer versatile living areas that would suit growing families and entertaining.

The property encompasses circa 1870sqft of living space across both floors, with the ground floor featuring three reception rooms, a downstairs shower room and a 19ft kitchen/breakfast room. Along the first floor are four good sized bedrooms, a study area and a family bathroom.

Soft hues complement the interior of the property, where the centrally positioned porch opens into the entrance hall. The reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room are all accessible from this central space, where you will also find stairs leading up to the first floor.

Positioned to the front of the home, is the dining room that enjoys a pleasant outlook over the well-tended front garden and features a decorative fireplace. An archway adds further versatility to the space, as it offers an open view through to the living area that in turn opens onto the garden; making this a great space for entertaining and families.

The living room is a bright and airy space that measures over 19ft in depth and is complemented by French doors with side panels that introduce plenty of natural light. The family room is also located adjacent, with both rooms positioned to the rear of the property to offer a pleasant outlook over the garden.

The L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room is another sociable living area that measures circa 19'8 in depth. Tiled flooring flows through this dual aspect room that benefits from plenty of natural light and direct access to the rear garden. Neutrally toned units with contrasting work surfaces border the room, offering plenty of storage and work surface areas whilst also incorporating an integrated oven and hob with extractor hood.

Located just off the kitchen, the downstairs shower room features a three piece shower suite, including a corner shower.

The first floor also features bright and airy living areas, including four bedrooms and the family bathroom. All four bedrooms are of a good size, with one of the rooms also benefitting from a designated study area.

The family bathroom features a modern four piece suite, comprising of both a glass enclosed shower and corner bath.


The Grounds With a pleasant outlook over the historical Oaks and Commons, the grounds of Timberlee make a notable contribution to its appeal.

Well-tended gardens complement the front of the property, which are predominately laid to lawn and enclosed by small bushes. A paved pathway runs centrally through to the porch, where additional plants complement the properties facade. There is direct access to the rear garden from here, which also leads through to the designated parking area and single garage.

Wood panel fencing and mature plants enclose the rear garden. This private outdoor area also features an expanse of lawn and full width paved patio.


Energy Efficiency Rating Current: D I Potential: C

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Millbank House, High Street

RG27 8PE, Hampshire

United Kingdom

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