Location is key here, which is why you need to trust that your agent has the best insight and experience of selling and letting local property to advise you correctly. We sell and let character homes overlooking the cricket green and historic Oak Common, detached family homes and bungalows around the Hartford Road and Pool Road areas, newer homes on St. Mary’s Park, individual properties in the rural surrounding area and even new homes which are rarely available in the area.
Our Hartley Wintney Estate Agency Team
With a wide range of character, specialist and luxury property in Hartley Wintney and in nearby Winchfield, Eversley, Odiham, Rotherwick and other surrounding villages, special appreciation is given to the requirements to sell and rent these properties and provide a service beyond expectation.
Steve Tetlow, Managing Director
Steve is one of Mackenzie Smith’s most recognisable faces, having joined the company upon its opening in 1992. He has always been a driving force within the sales teams thanks to his vast experience of working in the industry since the 70s. While Steve has valued and sold thousands of properties during his career, his attitude to his work has always remained the same. He understands that selling such a large financial asset is a huge responsibility, and he’s always willing to go the extra mile to repay his clients’ trust.
Like a lot of his peers, Steve takes to the greens during his time off. He believes that the concentration needed to play golf makes it one of the easiest ways to switch off from work.
Mark Wilson, Senior Client Manager
Mark has worked within the Hampshire property market for the best part of 26 years, but as he rightly claims, “no two days are ever the same”. His energy, professionalism and joy for the job is evident for every client. With three children, Mark is a keen spectator of sport, spending his evenings and weekends on the side-lines for football, cricket and rugby.
Lloyd Clarke, Senior Client Manager
With over two decades of industry experience, Lloyd brings passion and knowledge to the Hartley Wintney team. He relishes the opportunity to market the more unusual and unique properties that the local area has to offer, using his keen eye for detail and interest in photography to present these remarkable homes in the best possible light. The local countryside and woodland is a real pull for Lloyd, and one of the many reasons that he has lived in Hampshire all his life, with his wife and daughter. As a motor sport enthusiast, Lloyd takes particular interest in the British Touring Car Championship, as well as making the annual pilgrimage to Goodwood Festival of Speed.
About Hartley Wintney
Hartley Wintney is in the Hart district of North-East Hampshire. The parish includes the joined village of Phoenix Green to the south and surrounding hamlets of Dipley, West Green, Elvetham and Hartfordbridge, as well as large wooded areas such as Yateley Heath Wood and part of Hazeley Heath. The River Hart flows to the north-east of the village, the River Whitewater forms the western parish boundary and the M3 motorway forms the southern boundary.
The village has a typical wide Hampshire main street, lined with local businesses, shops, public houses and the red-brick parish church of St John. It is particularly well-known for a proliferation of good antique shops. At the southern end is the village green and duck pond (with thatched duck house).
The cricket green, home of the oldest cricket club in Hampshire, is behind the shops adjoining a second picturesque duck pond and Dutch-gabled farmhouse. There are many oak trees on the upper end of the village green, planted by Lady St John Mildmay in response to the call, in 1807, by Admiral Collingwood following the Battle of Trafalgar for landowners to plant oaks to provide timber for naval ships.
Nearby landmarks include St Mary’s Church, Victoria Hall, West Green House and Elvetham Hall, now the Elvetham Hotel. Elvetham Hall was originally a secondary home of Queen Jane Seymour’s father and her nephew entertained Queen Elizabeth I there. West Green House is an 18th century country house owned by the National Trust, the gardens are open to the public and opera is performed here in the summer.
What brings buyers to Hartley Wintney?
Hartley Wintney attracts a variety of people who want to live in the village, from those who seek the convenience of its location in relation to the both the major road and rail networks, to young families who require the benefits of the local schooling being right on their doorstep, through to the more mature who have require the need to have a wide range of facilities and entertainment close to the High Street.
With a variety of properties to cater for all needs, the balance between the many original character houses that formed the village to the newer estates that now cater for the needs of young families, the housing stock compliments the both lightly wooded common land central to the village to the more open aspect of the surrounding countryside.
For further information about Hartley Wintney and the surrounding area, or to enquire about property for sale or to rent in Hartley Wintney please contact the local office: Hartley Wintney Office 01252 844015 or email@example.com, Lettings 01252 514000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.