A handsome village house with a lovely garden and meadow beyond.
Cedar House is an elegant and spacious family house towards the edge of the village set well back from the lane behind mature trees and the front lawn. It is approached through in and out wrought iron gates over a gravelled drive.
The front door, protected by a porch, opens to the main hall with a high ceiling and ornate cornice. To the right the study with its bay window, has book shelves on two sides and beyond an inner hall also lined with book shelves and a half glazed door opening to a conservatory.
The fine drawing room at the rear of the house overlooks the garden and again with a corniced ceiling, an open fireplace with polished wooden floor and double doors opening to the second conservatory. Also accessed from the hall is the dining room with a fireplace and bay window.
The kitchen/breakfast room is of generous scale, with its four door oil fired AGA and space for a table. This room also opens onto the tiled floored conservatory with its appealing decorative arched windows. There are back stairs and beyond is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine, etc.
Proceeding up the main staircase, at the half landing is a bath/shower room and a double bedroom with dual aspect view of the rear garden and a small bedroom which could double as a dressing room with fireplace and basin.
To the front of the house are two large double bedrooms. From Bedroom 4 a door leads through to further bedrooms and the back staircase.
The accommodation could be modernised however it retains many period features including framed doors, sash windows, cornices, Victorian fireplaces and benefits from high ceilings typical of the period.
This property has 1.5 acres of land.
The rear garden is mainly a level lawn with rose borders and overlooked by the flag stone terrace. It is enclosed in part on one side by a brick wall and it is flanked on the other by a mature avenue of lime trees. Accessed through a five bar gate the avenue leads past the enclosed kitchen garden with its caged areas to a meadow partly enclosed by mature hedging.
Off the front drive is a double garage and two single garages, an enclosed yard with a stable, tack room, wood store and other stores.
Cedar House located on Thackhams Lane on the outskirts of Hartley Wintney about a mile from the village centre.
Hartley Wintney provides an excellent range of local amenities including shops, post office, surgery, public houses, churches, schools and a golf course. Schools within the village include Oakwood Infant School, Greenfields Junior School and The Grey House. The village is steeped in local history with Hartley Wintney Cricket Club being formed in 1770 and remaining as one of the oldest playing cricket greens in the country. More extensive shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found in the neighbouring towns of Basingstoke, Fleet and Camberley, all of which are within easy driving distance.
Local and regional communications are excellent with access to the M3 (Junction 4A and 5) within easy driving distance and Winchfield mainline railway station providing a regular service to London Waterloo.
From Odiham proceed down the High Street (east) take the first exit left onto the A287. Take the first right hand turning signposted Winchfield and Hartley Wintney. Continue on this road passing through Winchfield and turn right at the T-junction onto the A30 towards Hartley Wintney. After a short distance turn left at the traffic lights onto Thackhams Lane and Cedars House will be found after a short distance on the right hand side.Read all
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