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This substantial Edwardian residence is approached by an attractive entrance with front door opening to the reception hall with a cloaks cupboard and impressive staircase to the first floor. The rear aspect drawing room with central open fireplace also enjoys a feature bow window and dual French doors opening to the garden loggia, double doors open to the formal dining room, with an open fireplace and French doors to the garden. The accommodation is further complemented by a study with bespoke fitted bookshelves and a feature fireplace with inset log burning stove and casement doors to the rear. Adjacent is an office with views towards the Lodge. The kitchen/breakfast room is approached by a butlers pantry with original glazed dresser. The kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of oak fronted kitchen cabinets, complemented by granite work surfaces and centres around the oil fired Aga. A stable style door gives access to the outer lobby with a door to the rear courtyard and second WC. An inner hallway with a second staircase gives access to the first floor. From the first floor landing access is gained to all bedrooms, with the master suite enjoying a dual aspect and views over the principle gardens, a range of built-in wardrobes, and access to the en-suite bathroom complete with bath, inset basin, wc and bidet. An interconnecting door leads to bedroom which could serve as a nursery or dressing room. There is a delightful guest bedroom with views over the rear garden and an additional double bedroom and a family bathroom with bath, shower, inset wash hand basin has a separate WC adjoining. The former staff accommodation is accessed from the main landing, comprises of two double bedrooms and a 4-piece bathroom suite.
Turnpike Field is situated on the outskirts of the delightful village of Hartley Wintney. The village itself offers a good range of local amenities including shops, post office, doctor's surgery, public houses and churches, as well as a number of good state and independent schools. There is good access to the M3 motorway at Junction 4A and 5 and the M4 at Reading. Mainline stations at Winchfield (approx. 1.23 miles) and Fleet (approx. 5.02 miles) are within easy reach, with access to London Waterloo in under an hour.
Overall the grounds extend to approximately 4.5 acres and the property is approached by pillared entrance gates with sweeping driveway, bordered by mature gardens, interspersed with mature trees leading to a gravel driveway leading to two double garages and various outbuildings, stores and an Edwardian glasshouse. The principal gardens to the rear has a garden loggia with a Yorkshire flagstone terrace enjoying a south westerly aspect, the gardens are bordered by a variety of mature trees and shrubs. A 5-bar gate gives access to further gardens with a swimming pool and timber summer house. An additional 5-bar gate gives access to the orchard with vegetable garden and a variety of mature fruit trees including apple, plum, pear and fig. Access leads to two paddocks which extend to 1.4 acres and has two loose boxes. Turnpike Field enjoys a high degree of seclusion and borders open fields on one side. The property has a detached Lodge which comprises two double bedrooms, modern bathroom facilities, sitting room with open fireplace, dining room and a modern kitchen. Adjacent to the main house is a Cottage with sitting room, modern kitchen/dining room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and downstairs cloakroom.
Main House: Reception Hall
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