Nestled within woodland down a quiet Hartley Wintney lane, you will find this beautiful four bedroom Victorian cottage with the feel of a secluded rural home yet in walking distance of shops, restaurants and the local train station.
When asked what she liked most about living at the cottage, the current owner agreed that it was like living in rural countryside, yet with the convenience of shops restaurants and a train station, all within walking distance. This statement is very true as although the village centre of Hartley Wintney is just a short walk away, this wonderful wisteria clad home is nestled down a country lane with its own private woodland to the front of the property giving a real feel of the rural idyll.
Not only does this beautiful home have an idyllic setting but it also has plenty of space. To the right of the hall is a comfortable front sitting room with tranquil views over the surrounding woodland and there is an attractive fireplace with a cast iron log burner. To the left of the hall is a spacious dining room, also with an open fire, that leads through to a generous lounge with French doors to the delightful rear garden.
The rear aspect kitchen has a lovely cottage feel with a log burner set into a chimney breast and a stone tiled floor. It is fitted with a range of cream cottage style cabinets with wood block work surfaces and integrated appliances. A square arch leads to a side aspect breakfast area with a door to the utility room from which are doors to the garden and to the downstairs cloakroom.
Upstairs are four bedrooms, three with built in storage and the master bedroom features a fully tiled and contemporary en suite shower room. The rear aspect family bathroom is fitted with a stylish classic suite with a slate tiled floor and is the perfect place to relax and unwind in the free standing claw foot bath.
To the rear garden is a paved patio with a step up to the lawn, all bordered with mature planting. The whole is enclosed with hedgerow and brick walls with a particularly high wall creating an attractive structural feature.
There is a paved seating area to the front garden that includes a lawn to the side and woodland on the other side of the lane that is a great place for children to play and explore. The front gravel leads to a double garage with a home office to the first floor. Behind the garage is a classic black timber barn for which a planning application has been placed to convert to a self contained annexe.
To book your appointment to view this beautiful home at our Open House event on Saturday 6th September, please call our Hartley Wintney office on 01252 844015 email email@example.com, Click here for more photos and full details.