Hartley Wintney has always been a sought after location, with its bustling high street, beautiful common of ancient oaks, excellent restaurants and the cricket green; you get a real sense of village community within pretty surroundings. Just a short walk from the high street, you will find this charming period cottage that has been skilfully updated while retaining many character features.
Beyond the charming façade of this period home, lies a refined contemporary interior. The sophisticated neutral décor marries perfectly with the delightful character features that can be found throughout the home, which include exposed timber flooring, sash windows and original fireplaces.
An exposed brick fireplace with a tiled hearth forms an attractive feature within the living space. This light and airy room features sash windows that tender an attractive vista over the green to the front of the property.
The open plan kitchen and dining room resides to the rear and duly forms the heart of this home. This stunning living space extends over 22ft in depth and is bright and airy, with multiple skylights and French doors introducing natural light to the room. Wood flooring extends through the dining area that also features a recessed tiled fireplace. Meanwhile, the contemporary fixtures and fittings within the kitchen add a modern touch, complementing the space perfectly.
The recently refitted kitchen area has been finished with a high specification, handleless kitchen with polished stone surfaces that infuse a sleek streamlined look. There are also French doors leading out to the rear garden from the kitchen, making this sociable living area ideal for entertaining.
Under floor heating flows throughout the kitchen and to a modern downstairs cloakroom.
The neutral decor continues across the first floor of the property, where exposed wood flooring extends through both bedrooms. An original cast iron fireplace forms an attractive focal point within the second bedroom that also features built in mirror fronted wardrobes. The main bathroom is also accessible off here.
The loft space has been attentively enhanced to form an additional bedroom or versatile living area for you to use to suit your lifestyle. A vaulted ceiling, skylights and inset lighting create a bright and airy living space that truly optimises the elevated position by offering partial views over the nearby cricket green.
Mildmay Terrace consists of two opposing rows of cottages named after Mildmay Oaks. Dating back to 1807, these historic Oaks were used for ship building at the time of the Battle of Trafalgar and provide an endearing community feel to the vicinity.
Mature shrubs and plants neatly enclose the front of the property, whilst to the rear lies a low maintenance area of garden including a paved patio area that runs along the rear of the property.
A timber outbuilding within this outdoor space, proves useful as an additional storage area.