- Our ref: GAJ
- 4 bedroom Grade II listed house
- Large garden to the rear and side of the property
- Potential to extend the property subject to planning permission
- On the edge of the Oak Common and within a 2 minute walk of the village High Street, local schools and cricket green.
- Period features throughout the property
- Garage and off street parking
This historic Grade II listed 4 bedroom detached house presents a rare opportunity to create a beautiful family home in the heart of Hartley Wintney.
The White House was originally the schoolmasters house and retains much of its original character but has been extended to create more space for modern living. There is also the potential to extend the property further, subject to the necessary planning consents. Please ask for more information on this.
The property is situated within a unique position opposite the Oak Common and conveniently located for the many amenities of the high street and village life-style.
On the ground floor, the excellent family accommodation includes a large formal reception room to the front of the house with double aspect windows overlooking the Oak Common and a working cast iron fireplace. The entrance hallway then takes you through to the dining room, kitchen, family room and downstairs cloakroom. The rear of the house leads into a good sized garden, particularly for a property in the heart of the village, with mature plants & shrubs and raised beds, ideal for outdoor living during the warmer months. The house has a very flexible layout and a charm which you will often only find in an historic listed home. There is the scope to create a really beautiful family home, retaining the original period features of the house but bringing it further up to date for modern family living.
Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms at the front of the house with views across the Oak Common. The larger master bedroom enjoys views across the garden and the morning sunshine. There is a further smaller bedroom / study and a family bathroom.
To the side of the property is a garage, with additional off street parking to the front, as well as loft space above the downstairs family room.
The White House sits in a prominent location within a 2 minute walk of the High Street, Cricket Green and duck pond. It is a similar short walk to the local primary schools.
Hartley Wintney is a much sought after Hampshire village 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, Opticians 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 thriving golf club, tennis & football clubs 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.
The quality of the education in the area is consistently of a high standard in both the state and private school sectors.
Local and regional transport communications are excellent with junctions 4a and 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.
SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALLWAY. Stairs to first floor, windows, radiator. Doors to:
LARGE ELEGANT LIVING ROOM. 25'7" x 11'2" (7.80m x 3.40m) Frontand side aspect windows, cast iron open fireplace, wall mounted light points, radiators.
DINING ROOM. 13'2" x 13'0" (4.01m x 3.96m) Side aspect window, storage cupboard, radiator. Doors to:
LARGE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM. 16'10" x 14'2" (5.13m x 4.32m) Window, sink unit, work tops, range of eye and floor level units with drawers, built in oven and hob, space for fridge freezer, tiled walls, wooden flooring, ceiling lights. Door to front.
REAR LOBBY.Windows, door to garden, wooden flooring, sky light, doors to garage, cloakroom and bedroom five/study/family room.
CLOAKROOM. Low level WC, wash hand basin, wooden flooring, radiator.
BEDROOM FIVE/STUDY/FAMILY ROOM. 15'0" x 12'0" (4.57m x 3.66m) Windows, doors to garden, radiator.
LANDING. Access to loft. Doors to:
MASTER BEDROOM. 16'10" x 13'10" (5.13m x 4.22m) Rear and side aspect windows, built in wardrobes, radiator.
BEDROOM TWO. 13'0" x 12'0" (3.96m x 3.66m)Front aspect window with great views of the Oak common, access to loft, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE. 12'0" x 10'6" (3.66m x 3.20m) Front aspect window with great views of the Oak common, radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR. 9'10" x 6'0" (3.00m x 1.83m) Side aspect window, radiator.
MODERN FAMILY BATHROOM. Rear aspect window, low level WC, wash hand basin, enclosed panelled bath with built in shower over, tiled walls and tiled flooring, heated towel rail.
GROUNDS. There is a small front garden, enclosed by a small brick wall, access to front door via wooden gate, driveway leading to garage and giving off street parking for two cars. The private landscaped rear garden is a good size and has a small summer house at the bottom of the garden. Side access gate.
GARAGE. Up and over door.