- Ref GAJ
- Three/four bedroom detached house
- Dining room and conservatory
- Drawing room with parquet flooring and wood burning stove
- Kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility
- Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite
- Generous garden plot with potential to extend subject to planning
- Detached double garage and driveway parking
- Situated in a sought after rural village location
Yammas sits in a generous private plot in Heckfield, in the sought after Church Road and provides really good living space and four bedrooms.
The house is well presented and with generous ground floor accommodation which would suit a variety of layouts and uses and is open to some reconfiguration too.
The large drawing room features a wood burning stove and lovely views across the garden. It leads through glazed doors into the dining room. There is also a conservatory with views of the grdens.
The kitchen breakfast room has farmhouse style units and there is also a separate utility/laundry room. There are four bedrooms, with the one on the ground floor which could be used as a study.
The downstairs cloakroom also has a shower fitted. The three upstairs double bedrooms include the master bedroom which has a dressing room area and en suite.
Yammas sits in the middle of a lovely garden plot mostly laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs and trees. The house is approached by a long driveway and has a separate double garage available too.
With the house being quite central to the plot, it offers the potential to extend subject to the necessary planning consents.
Heckfield is a rural parish in Hart neighbouring Hartley Wintney. The rural setting makes It ideal for dog walkers and those who want the countryside on their doorstep. The property adjoins the Highfield House estate and is close to Heckfield Place, one of the finest hotels in the area.
Local and regional transport communications are very good with junction 5 of the M3 being a short drive from the village and nearby Winchfield and Fleet mainline stations providing fast and regular services to Waterloo and Clapham Junction. The M4 is also within a few miles and provides access into London or the South West.
The B3011 links to Hook which benefits from a Tesco supermarket. It also links the lovely village of Hartley Wintney, offering an active High Street with a broad range of privately owned boutique shops. These include restaurants, cafés, delis, pubs, organic food and wine merchants, beauticians, clothing, arts and antique outlets. There is also a Doctors surgery, Dentist, Post Office and Pharmacy.
The village has at its heart the historic Hartley Wintney Cricket Club, which dates back to 1770 and is believed to be the oldest permanently played cricket ground in England. There is also a golf club and numerous other sporting and recreational societies, which contribute to the villages sense of community. More extensive shopping can be found in nearby Fleet, Basingstoke or Camberley.