Winchfield Court, Winchfield

RG27 8SP


Ref: 24910

The Property This character property has been maintained, updated and extended by the current owners to offer a high quality kitchen/breakfast room leading to a bright and spacious garden room. Notably presented with an array of character features, this property offers further versatile reception space including a bright living room with high ceilings, a fireplace with a working gas fire and four large, characterful windows. The master suite benefits from sash windows and an en suite, whilst all three bedrooms feature fitted wardrobes. The further bedrooms benefit from use of a refitted bathroom suite. There is also a utility room and cloakroom for added convenience and storage. The entire home has been well-presented to create a welcoming home with the benefit of full fibre broadband.

The Grounds The garage has been converted into a generous home office, with a separate entrance and french doors opening to the garden, plus a dedicated cloakroom. The garden has been well-maintained with mature shrubs and a lawn, along with a patio offering al fresco dining with doors opening from the garden room. Off road parking is provided for several vehicles.

Location There is easy access to the countryside, with great cycling and walking opportunities from the doorstep, with the nearby Basingstoke Canal and network of public footpaths. Winchfield is a rural village, nestled between Hartley Wintney and Hook, offering history, listed buildings and open farmland. There is a 17th Century Inn, a village hall hosting community events and clubs, and a 12th Century Church that holds seasonal community festivals. Set off the M3, the quaint location provides excellent road connections, while the station serves regular rail links to London Waterloo and Fleet. Nearby villages offer reputable schools.

HISTORY Winchfield Court was originally a workhouse, erected in 1871 and designed by Edmund Woodthorpe of London, the building cost £11,739 and accommodated 120 inmates. At the front, two entrance blocks included male and female tramp wards, with a courtyard behind. The main block included the board-room, offices, dining hall, kitchen and other facilities. Behind the main block were various workshops, the laundry, and courtyards. An infirmary and fever wards stood at the rear. The buildings later housed a hospital and were converted to residential use in 1985-86.

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: E | Potential: C

Property highlights

  • Notably presented character property
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Modern kitchen with a full range of appliances
  • Spacious sitting room and separate garden room
  • Two further double bedrooms
  • Large home office with w/c and separate utility room
  • High ceilings and character features throughout
  • Well stocked and thoughtfully designed gardens
  • Within a close knit community including residents gardens
  • Off road parking for several vehicles

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T: 01252 844015 or Email us directly
Branch Address

Millbank House
High Street
Hartley Wintney
RG27 8PE