- Ref GAJ
- 3 bedroom late Victorian character cottage
- End of terrace
- Fully modernised but full of period features
- Bathroom with rolltop bath and overhead shower
- South facing rear garden
- A short walk to the Cricket Green and village High Street
This charming, late Victorian 3-bedroom end of terrace cottage has the perfect balance of charming original character features, and modern practicality.
The ground floor features a living room with a log burning stove and original wooden floorboards
throughout. To the rear of the property is the dining room and kitchen which leads through to a
south facing cottage garden with brick patio and pathway, lawn and shrubs. There is also an old brick shed at the back of the garden which has the potential to create a small garden office/studio.
Upstairs on the first floor are 2 bedrooms with period fireplaces and wooden floorboards. The
bathroom is fitted to a good standard with a roll top bath and overhead shower. A second floor loft
extension provides a further double bedroom on the top floor, with views across the garden.
Taking its name from Lady St John Mildmay, who had the Mildmay Oaks planted for wood for the
Royal Naval fleet, the Terrace is a tranquil, safe place to live within a two minute walk or less of the
centre of the village, the historic Cricket Green and Duck Pond. The well-kept gardens and communal
pathways to the front of the property, along with the strong sense of community, create a charming
and unique location. The property is also situated in a particularly peaceful spot within the terrace.
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 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.
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.