Byron Close, Fleet

GU51 3XD

£519,950

Ref: 18762

An individual four bedroom detached family home located in a popular cul de sac, offering the convenience of schools, the town centre and Oakley Park. While occupying a corner position, the property features two reception rooms, a conservatory, kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, garage and a private rear garden.

Location Fleet has grown into a thriving community with excellent commuter links via Junction 4a of the M3 motorway and services to London Waterloo in 43 minutes from the mainline rail station. The town centre offers independent retailers that blend with the convenience of Hart Shopping Centre to provide a balanced shopping experience.

The independent 2015 quality of life survey by Halifax has concluded that Hampshire's Hart District was the most desirable place to live in Britain for the fifth year in a row. Residents enjoy high employment, good health, Good and Outstanding OFSTED rated schools, low crime rates, good broadband access and even more hours of sunshine than average.

Fleet boasts Hampshire's largest freshwater lake and is now a nature reserve and the Basingstoke Canal flows past the town. Hart Leisure Centre offers comprehensive leisure facilities and North Hants Golf Course is an established home for golf in Fleet. The historic market towns of Farnham and the picturesque villages of Hartley Wintney and Odiham are also nearby.


The Property This detached four bedroom property has utilised its corner position by expanding the ground floor living areas to establish a versatile and spacious home. Further complemented by a fresh neutral décor, the property enjoys a warm and welcoming ambience throughout.

Altogether the home encompasses circa 1479sqft of living space, with the ground floor comprising of two reception rooms, a conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, a downstairs cloakroom and an integral garage, while the first floor presents four good sized bedrooms and the bathroom.

A spacious entrance hall guides through the ground floor, leading onto both reception rooms, the kitchen/breakfast room, the integral garage and the downstairs cloakroom.

The lounge, positioned to the front of the home, enjoys a sense of character with a bright bay window and a central fireplace. This dual aspect room measures over 17ft in depth, while also benefitting from a central position as it opens onto the dining room and conservatory, both of which in turn lead out to the garden. Effectively, this establishes a sociable arrangement with a desirable element of versatility.

Contemporary glazed panel doors open into dining room that runs along the rear of the home. Parquet flooring complements this space, which enjoys a pleasant outlook over the mature garden, along with direct access.

The conservatory makes a notable addition to the home and extends along the side of the property, measuring just shy of 19ft in depth. This bright dual aspect room enjoys a predominately brick built structure, with French doors opening to the rear garden to establish a versatile bonus space.

The kitchen/breakfast room also runs along the rear of the property, offering another sociable space that can accommodate dining furniture and opens onto the rear garden. A range of modern shaker units and contrasting work surfaces border this practical space, which also incorporates an integrated double oven and a hob with an extractor hood.

Neutral tones carry to the first floor, where the centrally positioned landing leads to all four bedrooms; three of which are presented as good sized doubles.

The bathroom is also situated off the landing and features a modern white bathroom suite, with a shower over the bath.


The Grounds This individual property enjoys a corner position within a cul de sac of residential homes.

Well-established grounds surround the home, where a paved driveway complements the front, leading to the sheltered entrance and integral garage; which incorporates a designated utility area. An expanse of lawn also lies adjacent, with small bushes and plants offering a pleasant kerb appeal.

Mature plants border the private rear garden, which is enclosed by wooden panel fencing. This well-tended outdoor area is largely laid to lawn, while also benefitting from a shaped patio area.


Energy Efficiency Rating Current: D I Potential: B

Recent Trustpilot Review "As a first time buyer I had no idea of the process or timings etc. James Harris was really helpful & kept me informed no matter how small the progress. Great attitude and professionalism through the whole process."

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Property highlights

  • Four Bedroom Detached Home
  • Cul De Sac Location
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Garage with Utility Area
  • In Reach of Schools, Town Centre & Oakley Park
  • Viewings Highly Recommended
  • Spacious Living

Arrange a viewing

To discuss this property, please call the Fleet branch
T: 01252 812121 or Email us directly
Branch Address

Hartfield House
94 Fleet Road
Fleet
Hampshire
GU51 4PA