A unique collection of new homes that seamlessly blends history with modern design and architecture, Malthouse Mews stands as a testament to T A Fisher’s commitment to revitalising communities and creating new spaces that transcend time.
Nestled in the heart of Hartley Wintney, Malthouse Mews has a rich history that traces back to its origins as a part of Kenward’s Hartley Row Brewery, where it once served as the Malthouse. History was not lost on T A Fisher, as they aptly named the project after its former identity.
Following its brewery days, Malthouse Mews transitioned through various roles. It transformed into a bustling coal yard, playing an essential role in fueling our Capital city’s growth. Post-war, the property took on a new life as a joinery workshop, becoming the operational hub for Poole & Sons, a storied name in the village’s craftsmanship narrative.
T A Fisher’s journey with Malthouse Mews began when they exchanged contracts to acquire the site in March 2016. The completion of the acquisition followed three and half years later in November 2019. This signified the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Malthouse Mews and the transformation of the former brewing site.
The developers’ commitment to creating a harmonious blend of history and innovation required meticulous planning, collaboration with local authorities, and unwavering commitment.
Development Acknowledged at Thames Valley Property Awards
Malthouse Mews received further accolade when the development was a finalist in the prestigious Thames Valley Property Awards 2022, demonstrating this development as amongst the ‘best in class’. In 2023, the last of the eight mews coach houses within this exquisite enclave was sold and the new residents began to enjoy the transformation of Malthouse Mews and create fresh history within these new beginnings.