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Hazeley Lea, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

Guide Price £700,000 SOLD

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Description
Standing in delightful grounds that extend to 0.6 of an acre, Lea House is located in a much sought after semi rural hamlet amidst approximately 175 ha of partially wooded heath land. Whilst in need of modernisation, the house currently provides both practical and spacious family accommodation with the majority of the principal rooms enjoying views over the extensive and private rear garden. Built in the 1960’s, the property still has many of the fittings including what we believe is the original kitchen, but one of the most distinctive features of the house is the circular shaped stairwell with distinctive stained glass windows. The property is in good proximity to transport links and local amenities being just over 2 miles north of the village of Hartley Wintney and within easy access to the main line railway station at Winchfield along with M3 motorway access at Hook and M4 at Reading. The larger nearby towns of both Basingstoke and Reading are also within easy reach.<br/>

Ground Floor Accommodation<br/><br/>This unique property is located amidst other detached houses of varying ages, all of which sit in a small hamlet nestled within extensive heathland. As you walk into the entrance hall you discover what the outside circular turret is housing within is a turning staircase to the first floor. With a lovely triple aspect, the drawing room also features a contemporary tiled open fireplace and original woodblock flooring. The separate dining room with original woodblock flooring also has patio doors with direct views over the rear garden.Hallway with original woodblock flooring. We believe the kitchen is still fitted with the original cabinets of its’ time, a feature that is much sought after to give that fashionable vintage feel. This room also has wonderful views over the rear garden and there is an archway to the adjoining breakfast room with a door to the utility room and cloakroom.<br/><br/>First Floor Landing<br/><br/>From the first floor landing are doors to all rooms. With a large picture window overlooking the rear garden, the master bedroom also has the advantage of a integral wardrobe and an en suite bathroom that has been fitted with a modern white suite. The second bedroom has a lovely dual aspect and again contains large picture windows looking down onto the rear garden. Bedrooms three and four are front aspect rooms with views over the front garden. Bedrooms two and three have integral wardrobes.The family bathroom is fitted with the original coloured suite and comprises of a walk in shower cubicle along with a bath, basin and W.C.All windows have secondary glazing.<br/><br/>Outside<br/><br/>A truly stunning asset to this enchanting property is the extensive rear garden that drops down towards the end to give sweeping views over the adjoining farmland. It is mainly laid to lawn and is interspersed with mature trees and bushes along with well stocked flower and shrub borders. To the front of the property is driveway parking for several vehicles that leads to the attached double garage.

Location Hazeley Lea is a small hamlet situated aproximately 2.5 miles to the north of Hartley Wintney, surrounded by beautiful heathland.<br/><br/>Hartley Wintney was a typical medieval village with its church on the hill overlooking the priory on a marshy island. The village expanded in the early 18th century when it moved to Hartley Row to take advantage of the new London to Exeter road (now A30). <br/><br/>This rural village has strong road links to the towns of Camberley, Fleet, and Basingstoke with nearby access to the M3 and M4. The nearest train station is at Winchfield, with a direct link to Waterloo.<br/><br/>There are nearly 100 listed buildings and seven conservation areas in the parish, the largest of these is centred on the historic High Street and famous Oak Common. Also of note the village is home of the oldest cricket club in Hampshire, with games played on the picturesque cricket green since 1770.
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