82 High Street
Cable House is a highly appealing period property dating from 1860 that has been fully restored into a comfortable contemporary family home, whilst still retaining some character details such as elegant picture rails. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and includes a light-filled dual aspect kitchen/dining room with the kitchen featuring bespoke wood units and granite countertops with French windows opening to the rear paved sitting area. Internal double doors lead into the spacious drawing room which also has access to the rear garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a fitted utility room, a comfortable snug that provides an additional living space and a private front aspect study. On the first floor, the light and airy principal bedroom benefits from a walk-in dressing room and a well-appointed en suite shower room. There are also four further bedrooms and a fully tiled family bathroom with free standing claw foot bath and separate shower.
The building retains its original character and features a smart painted exterior, with a small raised area. The property benefits from a paved side driveway providing ample off-street parking, and to the rear there is a large paved sitting area with a west-facing orientation, ideal for al fresco dining. Steps lead up to a good-sized level low maintenance faux grass area, enclosed by brick walling. There is also the added benefit of a shed which provides additional space for hobbies, or useful storage.
The village is steeped in local history with Hartley Wintney Cricket Club being formed in 1770 and remaining one of the oldest playing cricket greens in the country. Hunts Common was the site for big annual fairs which continued until World War 1. The site now accommodates a community orchard planted in November 2000. Hartley Wintney has a good range of shops, post office, doctor's surgery, public house, churches and a golf course. The area benefits from a good range of educational facilities, including the Ofsted 'Outstanding' rated Oakwood Infant School and Elvetham Primary School. A direct rail line from nearby Winchfield delivers you into London in under an hour, while the property also benefits from excellent road links with access to the M3 less than 5 miles away offering access to the national motorway network.
From Hartley Wintney High Street proceed through the village in an easterly direction. At the end of the High Street turn left into Hunts Common opposite the golf course where Cable House will be found on the left hand side towards the end.Read all