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3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

Withdrawn from Market £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Three Bedroom Bungalow
  • Planning Permission to Further Extend
  • 27ft Living/Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Refitted Family Bathroom
  • Bonus Room/Study
  • En Suite to Master Bedroom
  • Double Garage
  • Generous Plot with Southerly Aspect Garden
  • Quiet Cul De Sac just a Short Walk of Village

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Set on a generous plot with a southerly aspect garden, this detached three bedroom bungalow features adaptable living areas within walking distance of the village. This versatile home has approval for further expansion and currently features a study, a spacious living/dining room, an en suite and a double garage.  

Location 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).

This rural village has strong road links to the towns of Camberley, Fleet, and Basingstoke with nearby access to the M3. The nearest train station is at Winchfield, with a direct link to Waterloo.

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.
 

The Property As it currently stands, this detached three/four bedroom home offers versatile and adaptable living spaces across one floor and has been given approval for further development, to enhance its generous offerings that extend over 1700 sqft.

Situated off the entrance of this well-configured home, you will find three bedrooms and the refitted family bathroom. Clustered to the top of the hall is the main living accommodation, including the kitchen/breakfast room and spacious living room.

The kitchen, overlooking the gardens, presents a range of units and cupboards, which neatly incorporate appliances, including an oven, and hob with extractor. This sociable area presents plenty of space for a breakfast table, whilst an internal opening leads through to a section of the living room. This creates a pleasant flow through the living spaces, making the home ideal for families and entertaining.

Extending over 27ft in depth, the L-shaped living room is certainly spacious. An exposed brick fireplace forms a focal point for the room, whilst also segmenting the living areas for further functionality. The living room enjoys a triple aspect outlook over the mature southerly aspect gardens, with French doors and sliding patio doors introducing plenty of light to the space.

All three bedrooms are well-proportioned double bedrooms. The master and second bedroom benefit from built in wardrobes, whilst the master also has the added benefit of an en suite. A box bay window forms a pleasant feature for the third bedroom that provides an attractive outlook over the front gardens.

An internal door from the master bedroom proves a versatile addition to the home, as it leads through to a bonus room which presents potential for an array of uses. It is currently used as a study and extends over 14ft, also providing additional access to the garage. A wash hand basin and space for appliances is also available here.  

The Grounds Tucked away to the top of a quiet cul de sac, this detached bungalow sits on a generous plot surrounded by mature plants. A hardstanding drive leads to the entrance and garage, which features an up and over door as well as light and power. To the side of the drive lies an expanse of lawn, which is bordered by plants and hedging.

Mature plants also border the southerly aspect rear gardens, offering a pleasant sense of privacy and seclusion. The well-tended grounds are predominately laid to lawn, with a paved patio area adjoining the rear of the property. A rockery establishes a pleasant water feature for the outdoor space.
 

Agents Note Further planning consent has been granted for an erection of a single storey side and rear extension. For further details please contact, Hart District Council with reference: 14/00035/HMC. 

Energy Efficiency Rating Current: D I Potential: D 


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