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Hartley Grange, Grange Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

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Added on 13/04/2021
Strutt & Parker, Odiham

Key features

  • Entrance hall
  • Dining hall
  • Main hall with staircase
  • Drawing room
  • Study
  • Kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Cloakroom
  • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
  • 2 further bedrooms

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Hartley Grange is a splendid Grade II listed
mansion house dating back to the 17th
century with later alterations. The house has a
fascinating and illustrious history and, reputedly,
is the house where WW2 Pilot Douglas Bader

Hartley Grange was divided into 5 separate
properties in the 1950s and The Hall is the
central portion. This is a wonderful opportunity
for the purchaser to acquire an elegant and
spacious home with well-proportioned rooms,
a stunning central staircase together with a
wealth of character and period features.

The Hall is accessed via the original main
entrance doorway into the inner hall. A door
leads through to the dining hall which has a
marble floor and original double doors which
open into the magnificent central hallway. The
kitchen has fitted cabinetry and free standing
cupboards and has doors which lead onto the
attractive paved courtyard which is ideal for
outdoor entertaining. There is an inner lobby
and utility room leading off the kitchen. A
cloakroom is situated off the main hallway.

The elegant and spacious drawing room is a
fabulous feature of the property which has a
large period window with views over the garden
to the front. It has a superb plaster ceiling,
period fireplace and wooden floor. A door leads
through to the study with ornate ceiling and
original doorway to outside. There is a shared
cellar for the property which is not currently in
use but may be utilised subject to renovation.

From the hallway the original wide timber
staircase leads to the first floor galleried landing
with feature staircase window. Doors lead to
the generously proportioned master bedroom
with en suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms
and family shower room. Access to a spacious
attic is accessed from this floor. There is
potential to convert the attic space into further
accommodation, subject to the necessary
planning permissions.

The Hall is privately and conveniently situated
within a short distance of Hartley Wintney.

There is a mainline station at Winchfield to
London Waterloo (55 minutes) and The Hall is
well placed for commuting as well as enjoying
the fine countryside nearby. Hartley Wintney
offers a good range of local amenities including
shops, restaurants, post office, doctor and
dental surgeries, churches and a golf course.
Further afield are Farnham, Basingstoke and
Reading for additional amenities.
There is a good range of state and independent
schools nearby including St Nicholas, Daneshill,
St Neots, Lord Wandsworth College, Bradfield
College and Wellington College.

Hartley Grange is approached via a country lane
leading onto a gravelled driveway sweeping
across the front of the property. The Hall has
access over the driveway and into its garden
situated beyond.

The garden is divided into two parts and is
a fabulous feature of the house. There is a
walled garden with feature paved terrace and
storage areas. A door leads through to a further
private lawned area with specimen trees and
a Millennium Obelisk which was erected in
celebration. This area is ideal for a swimming
pool or tennis court, subject to the necessary
planning permissions.



Hartley Grange, Grange Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Winchfield Station1.3 miles
  • Hook Station2.6 miles
  • Fleet Station3.7 miles
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Strutt & Parker, Odiham

82 High Street, Odiham, Hampshire, RG29 1LP

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