New England luxury family home
Renovated and extended New England style
Sonos and Cat5 cabling
Under floor heating
Six bedroom suites all with storage
Swimming pool w/i child safe cover
Air Source heat pump
Hand carved fireplaces
This impressive New England home has been remodelled with the family buyer in mind. With no expense spared on bespoke fittings by Evie Willow, and new windows by Sherbourne Windows it is an impressive property. Entering on the ground floor is a spacious hall with log burner, with double doors through to the kitchen family room. The orangery is impressive with picture window doors to the patio areas. The kitchen is bespoke and immacutately presented. With a log burner in the family room, as well as bi-fold window onto a garden bar. There is a separate utility room, TV snug and downstairs bedroom with en-suite. A triple aspect reception room with log burner, study & downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. On the 1st floor there is a master suite with walnut wood dressing room and bathroom. A balcony in the master bedroom gives impressive views over garden. There are 3 further suites on this floor. The second floor offers a further bedroom suite and cinema room.
The property sits in a plot of 0.6 acre. Access via a private road onto a gravel driveway there is a double timber framed car port with log store and storage shed. The rear garden is south facing and very private. With an impressive heated pool, with security cover, patio areas, and a large lawn.
Hazeley Lea is a small hamlet north of the popular village of Hartley Wintney. With public footpaths surrounding, access to the countryside is highly accessible. The village of Hartley Wintney is thriving with shops and conveniences as well as the train station of Winchfield. Local and Private schools are close by.
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