Elvetham Heath

Price £480,000

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Description
This four bedroom town house on the ever popular Elvetham Heath development extends over three floors to offer bright, modern and spacious accommodation in a desirable location. Featuring two reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, utility, en suites, a garage, driveway and enclosed rear garden.

LOCATION The property is situated in a desirable cul-de-sac, with facilities, such as its own supermarket, church, community centre, sports facilities, public house and parkland; that all combine to make the Elvetham Heath development a desirable place to live.

Fleet has grown into a thriving community with excellent commuter links via Junction 4a of the M3 motorway and services to London Waterloo in 43 minutes from the mainline rail station. The town centre offers independent retailers that blend with the convenience of Hart Shopping Centre to provide a balanced shopping experience.

Residents enjoy high employment, good health, Good and Outstanding OFSTED rated schools, low crime rates, good broadband access and more hours of sunshine than average.

Fleet boasts Hampshire's largest freshwater lake which is now a nature reserve and the Basingstoke Canal flows past the town. Hart Leisure Centre offers comprehensive leisure facilities and North Hants Golf Course is an established home for golf in Fleet. The historic market towns of Farnham and the picturesque villages of Hartley Wintney and Odiham are also nearby.


THE PROPERTY This three storey, four bedroom home was built to the Heckfield design by David Wilson to offer spacious, versatile accommodation, suitable for family living and entertaining.

A covered porch leads through to the entrance hall which extends along the ground floor to lead to the second bedroom, study/family room and the utility room, whilst the hall also features two storage cupboards and stairs to the first floor.

The second bedroom rests to the front of the home and benefits from an en suite with modern fittings incorporating a double width shower.

The study/family room rests to the rear of the home offering views to the garden and direct access by French doors, these doors also introduce a wealth of natural light, which paired with the neutral tones that flow throughout the home, create a bright and airy space.

The utility room also features access to the garden, and has been fitted with work surfaces and cupboards which integrate a sink to create a functional space.

To the first floor of the home, the landing leads to the kitchen/breakfast room and lounge/dining room, along with presenting stairs to the second floor.

The lounge offers a double aspect room which presents space for both living and dining furnishings. A coal effect gas fire forms a decorative focal point within the room, whilst inset ceiling speakers have been fitted for entertainment purposes. With the space and versatility in use, this room would be ideal for entertaining.

The inset ceiling speakers can also be found in the kitchen/breakfast room, which would likely form the hub of this home. Again this room offers space for a fully fitted kitchen and a breakfast table. The kitchen has been fitted with a quality range of eye and base level units that border one end of the room and integrate a double oven, four ring gas hob and an extractor hood, along with presenting space for further freestanding appliances.

To the second floor of the home, the landing guides to the remaining three bedrooms, the bathroom and also provides loft access.

The master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes along with a recess which could be used for further storage furniture. The bedroom also features an en suite which, similarly to the ground floor bedroom, has been fitted with a double width shower.

The two remaining bedrooms on this floor have been fitted with built-in wardrobes.

The bathroom mirrors the en suites in style but has been fitted with a panel enclosed bath with a shower overhead.

THE GROUNDS The low maintenance grounds of this home offer further storage, parking and areas to enjoy.

To the front of the home, an area of lawn adds kerb appeal, whilst a driveway leading to the garage offers off road parking.
The rear garden, accessible through the home, through a side access gate or from the garage, has been largely laid to lawn and enclosed by wooden panel fencing. A patio area adjoins the home, creating an ideal space for seating or dining furnishings.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING Current: C I Potential: B

RECENT TRUSTPILOT REVIEW A first class service from Justin Smith.
I cannot recommend Justin and the team at Mackenzie Smith highly enough - they did exactly what they said they would do, exceeding my expectations.
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Hartfield House, 94 Fleet Road

GU51 4PA, Hampshire

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