Keller Williams UK
3 bed Terraced House Sold

Mildmay Terrace, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire


Property Description

  • Our ref: GAJ
  • 3 double bedroom late Victorian character cottage
  • Brick built garden office/studio with power
  • Landscaped rear cottage garden
  • A short walk to the cricket green and village High Street
  • Luxury recently refitted modern bathroom
  • Period features but fully modernised
  • Communal parking


This beautifully presented, late Victorian 3-bedroom cottage has the perfect balance of charming original character features, and modern practicality.

The Property
The ground floor features a living room with open fireplace and sash window and a bright dining room with exposed brick fireplace, leading to a contemporary fitted kitchen. French doors open onto a pretty cottage garden with lawn and patio areas, and a conveniently located garden office/studio.
Upstairs on the first floor are 2 double bedrooms with period fireplaces and wooden floorboards, in addition to a beautifully finished, recently refitted modern bathroom. A second floor loft extension provides a further double bedroom on the top floor, with views across the garden.

The Location
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.

The Village
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 Doctor's 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, wh
Council tax band: NotSet

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