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Vicarage Road, Yateley

6 beds | Guide price £1,800,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

  • Stunning Regency Villa
  • Total Floor Space of 5789 Square Feet
  • Secluded One Acre Plot
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Three Grand Reception Rooms
  • Grade II Listed

Welcome to Vicarage Road, Yateley - a truly remarkable property that exudes elegance and charm. This Grade II listed Regency Villa boasts six spacious bedrooms, offering ample space for a growing family or those who love to entertain guests.

Situated on a generous one-acre plot, this detached house presents a unique opportunity for those with a keen eye for further conversion potential. The property's historical significance and classic architecture make it a standout gem in the heart of Yateley.

With its grand facade and sprawling grounds, this property is a rare find that combines history with modern possibilities. Don't miss the chance to own a piece of British heritage and create your own story within these walls.

The one acre plot offers privacy and seclusion whilst there are mature conifers and other specimen trees provide great screening from neighbours. Set to one side there are a number of 'outbuildings' comprising garage, old coach house and stables that have been converted/re-built into storage and workshop. Subject to the relevant regulations these buildings could be developed into secondary accommodation, home office etc.

Tucked away in a tree lined road on the edge of the village and screened by tall hedges, this stunning Regency Villa is approached via a long gravelled driveway that sweeps past the front on the house to an ample parking area next to the garage and coach house.
Stone steps lead up to the front verandah, which offers a lovely seating area and leads to the original glazed double opening front doors to the reception hall. On one side of the hall is the formal drawing room with doors opening to the rear and large window overlooking the front. In fact the large windows are a super feature in most rooms, which coupled with the high ceilings gives a lovely bright and 'airy' feel to them as well as offering views over the extensive rear garden. There is also a formal dining room in addition to the kitchen/breakfast room, which no doubt will become the hub of family life.
The symmetrical floor plan results in 4 double bedrooms on the first floor, along with 2 bathrooms, whilst an addition to the original house has a second staircase that leads to 2 more bedrooms and another bathroom.

The countryside around Yateley in Hampshire is a wonderful environment for the enjoyment of country living, whilst giving close links to M3/M25, major airports and mainline train stations. The Common itself (a mixture of heathland, woods, forest and lakeland) provides vast space for hiking, biking, dog walking and horse riding and neighbours Minley Woods, Trilakes Country Park, Bramshill Forest, Finchampstead Ridges, Hawley Lake and the Blackwater Valley.
The village of Yateley retains warm and welcoming pubs, village shops including a butcher and fishmonger, a beautiful village green with playground, and Sean Deveraux Park offering many sports facilities including a nine hole golf course. For those interested in equestrian pursuits, there are many opportunities on the doorstep, with both local liveries, Ryecroft and Wellington Riding very close by.
The property is a seven minute walk from Yateley Manor and Hurst Lodge schools, a five minute walk from Sainsburys, the Post Office, Boots and a five minute drive to Waitrose.
The area has many reputable schools, both private and independent including Wellington College which is less than a mile away and Yateley Manor School, a walk away in the village, together with Holme Grange, Reddam House (formerly Bearwood College) Eton, Eagle House, Luckley House School, St Neots, Farnborough 6th Form.

Vendors Comment
We bought the house because it was a far prettier and grander house than we could've afforded in Ascot, but super convenient for our then prep school age boys. We love the birdsong and privacy in the garden, the light everywhere from the large original sash windows and French doors, especially the west light through the three big windows in the kitchen, the open fires and the super proportions of the principal rooms.

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