Master bedroom with en suite, dressing room and balcony
Four further double bedrooms
Lower ground floor games room
South facing garden
Over 6,000sqf of accommodation
Winchfield railway station 800m away
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Outstanding space in a modern eco home.
Winchfield is a delightful rural village with historic farmsteads. Day to day facilities are available in the nearby villages of Hartley Wintney and Hook with a more extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities available in Farnham or Basingstoke.
The property is well situated for communications with mainline stations at Winchfield and Hook, both serving Waterloo. The M3 (Junction 5) provides fast road access to London, Heathrow, Gatwick and the national motorway network.
The house is well placed for major public schools including Daneshill, Wellington College and Lord Wandsworth College and is in catchment for the excellent local state school Robert Mays in Odiham.
Golf is available at Hartley Wintney, Crondall and The Royal Berkshire and there is an active cricket club in Hartley Wintney.
The surrounding countryside is wonderful and provides excellent opportunities for walking, riding and cycling.
Treen House built in 2012 by the current owners is a fabulous energy-efficient modern family house offering exceptional accommodation throughout.
The entire arrangement of the house allow for the key rooms to make the most a south facing view across the garden. The entrance is on the lower ground floor with access into an office, a vast games room with store room, utility room and cloakroom. At the front of this lower ground level there is a large studio/office space. There is also access into a double insulated garage.
The main feature of the ground floor, which is at garden level, is the 34 foot family kitchen and living space, with a vaulted ceiling, sky lights and bi fold doors allows it to be a mostly south facing bright and inviting living environment. This area is open plan to an informal family seating area with a box bay window.
The kitchen is fitted in a contemporary cabinet style but in natural wood, featuring a long breakfast bar and fitted with granite work tops and built in appliances.
There is also more formal dining area and sitting room with triple aspect views and bay window end with French doors out to the terrace.
On this ground floor level there is a utility room to serve the kitchen, a study, TV den, cloakroom and a guest bedroom suite.
The first floor accommodates the master bedroom which has a dressing room, an en suite bathroom and balcony, providing a private, wonderfully elevated southerly position to enjoy the garden. There are three additional bedrooms, one with a balcony, one en suite, all with built in wardrobes and served two served by a family bathrooms.
Treen House is set up for modern eco-friendly living, with triple glazing, fresh air ventilation with heat recovery throughout, 10 Kilowatt solar panels and underground pipe work for future ground source heating.
Additionally, modern family living is accounted for with a lift shaft (for future installation) and a Ethernet network, satellite and surround sound system are installed throughout the house.
Outside Treen House is approached via a gravel drive, which provides ample parking and access the integral garaging.
The garden is enclosed by mature tree and hedging on all sides and the woods beyond. The terrace runs the full south facing length of the house, providing excellent outdoor living and entertaining space. The property sits in an acre.
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