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A well appointed detached family home situated in the heart of Hartley Wintney fronting directly onto The Common. This beautiful home has been remodelled in recent years and incorporates high specification modern fittings at the same time, giving the feel of a period country house. Approached via a gravel driveway at the front leading to the front door with decorative side panels made of hand blown and etched stained glass. The reception hall and principle reception rooms have oak flooring, while the kitchen/breakfast room and utility room have modern slate flooring. Hand crafted windows and wooden balustrades complement the Arts and Crafts feel. The large dual aspect living room offers an open fireplace with oak surround and mantelpiece, and enjoys views to the Common at the front and over the mature gardens to the rear. The kitchen/breakfast room are complemented by granite work surfaces, under-floor heating and large bi-folding doors leading to the rear gardens. Downstairs is further enhanced by a family room leading to a study or home office. Upstairs are 5 double bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom to the principal bedroom and an en-suite shower to bedroom 2, the three remaining bedrooms are served by the family bathroom which has a stand alone bath.
The property is located in a delightful setting overlooking the heart of the village of Hartley Wintney, with its Ancient Oaks, Duck Ponds and Cricket Green. The Village offers a range of shops catering for every day needs with a selection of restaurants and public houses and an excellent Golf Course. Both Tylney Hall Hotel at Rotherwick and The Four Seasons Hotel at Dogmersfield are close by which have extensive facilities including Golfing, Riding and a Spa. The towns of Fleet, Farnham and Basingstoke are within easy reach, and there is good access to the M3 Motorway at Junction 4a, and the M4 at Reading. Mainline stations at Winchfield and Fleet are a short drive away, both of which reach London Waterloo in under an hour.
The property enjoys an overall plot of approximately 1/3 acre and is approached by a gravel driveway leading to a pathway giving access to the rear gardens. The garden, which enjoys a high degree of privacy, is established with a wide expanse of lawn with mature trees and shrub beds. A wide gravelled terrace stretches across the rear of the house and there is the addition of timber outbuildings to the rear of the garden.
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