2 BEDROOMS EN-SUITE PARKING Spacious open plan BALCONY
Brewhouse Lane, Hartley Wintney
A stylish two-bedroom, two bathroom home.
The master bedroom features wardrobes & an en suite. Upstairs you will find the stunning open layout comprising of a kitchen, dining and living area featuring a stunning floor to ceiling bay window allowing the room to fill with natural light.
From the lounge there are bi-fold doors opening out onto a large balcony to provide private external space & further natural light.
Private parking for one car.
PROPERTY SIZE: 748ft2
Plot THREE Floorplan
3.55m x 1.16m (11’7″ x 3’9″)
2.90m x 2.71m (9’6″ x 8’11″)
3.07m x 1.50m (8’4″ x 6’5″)
3.19m x 2.50m (10’5″ x 8’2″)
2.50m x 1.65m (8’2″ x 5’4″)
Kitchen / dining / living area
4.99m x 2.52m (16’4″ x 8’3″)
5.15m x 2.60m (16’10″ x 8’6″)
Floor plan sizes are approximate and are for illustrative purposes only.
Specifications … The Finishing Touches
As with all T A Fisher homes the Malthouse Mews development features high quality internal and external finishes.
- Individually designed
- Inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with matching mixer taps
- Stone worktops and splashbacks
- Under unit lighting
- Integrated SMEG double oven
- SMEG induction hob and cooker hood
- Integrated Zanussi dishwasher
- Integrated Zanussi fridge/freezer
- Integrated Zanussi washer/dryer
- Under cupboard lighting
- Moulded architraves and skirtings painted white
- Interior walls will be decorated with Dulux emulsion
- Vertical white panelled/glazed internal doors
- Fitted wardrobes, where indicated on the floor plans
- Karndean flooring finish to all kitchens
- Contemporary classic white fitted Roca bathroom furniture
- Fully tiled walls to showers, half tiled walls above sanitary ware
- Chrome ladder style heated towel rail
- Fitted mirrors
- Fully fitted vanity units
- Generous amount of power sockets
- Light fittings include downlighters in the kitchen, bathrooms and en-suite, plus additional under lighting in the kitchen
- Additional under unit lighting
- Economic heating and hot water provided by fully programmable Vaillant boilers
For peace of mind, mains electricity powered smoke alarm systems have been fitted to all floors, which have a battery back up in case of a power failure
- Full fibre (fibre directly to the premises) / SAT points are fitted to the living room and to all bedrooms. CAT 5E data outlets (RJ45s) to all TV points
- Master telephone point fitted to the cylinder cupboard plus point to living room
Communal areas will be landscaped in accordance with plans approved by the local authority
- 10 Year NHBC
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Malthouse Mews is a desirable gated development of just eight new homes in the centre of Hartley Wintney, located just off the A30, close to M3, Jnc 5.
The original Hartley Wintney Brewery was bought around 1836 by William Cave, a maltster who came to the village from Yateley bringing with him a 300 year-old business. His expanded enterprise owned many local pubs and supplied others with its beer.
He presided over the Brewery until 1876 when Thomas Kenward, a grocer who had formerly had a shop further down beyond the Baptist Chapel, took over both the brewery and the house which still bears his name.
Hartley Wintney has been consistently voted as Britain’s best place to live, and it’s easy to see why.
The settlement was claimed by William the Conqueror after 1066 and thrived on its reputation as a place to hunt deer for more than 600 years. Indeed, its very name is said to mean ‘deer in a clearing’. By the 13th century it was known as ‘Hertleye Wynteneye’.
The mainly 18th to 19th century village with its wide Hampshire high street sits astride what is now the A30, a former London stagecoach route and once a popular place for highwaymen to ply their trade.
Hartley Wintney has a wealth of beautiful Commons, ranging from Central Common with its majestic oak trees, Cricketers Green, one of the oldest pitches in the country, Hunts Common with its traditional orchard and Phoenix Green with its wooded paths and magnificent veteran oaks.
In 1805 Admiral Collingwood, who was in command of the Navy after the battle of Trafalgar, was appealing to landowners to plant oaks: “What I am most anxious about” he wrote “is the plantation of oak in this country. We shall never cease to be a great people while we have ships and we cannot have ships without timber.”
Brew House Lane, Hartley Wintney, RG27 8QA