MAIN HOUSE 3 double bedrooms, 2 en suite bath/shower rooms, vaulted drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga.
Guest Wing: Hall, galleried sitting room, dining room, meeting room, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, artist studio with shower room, double open fronted garage with mudroom and storage space.
The Oast House (Listed Grade II) was separated from Wick Hill Farm in the early 1990's and subsequently converted and extended by our client to form a secluded farm with a diverse range of outdoor activities.
The views from the house and land are some of the finest in Hampshire and far reaching in parts, it is a uniquely beautiful and tranquil location, ideal for anyone with countryside and nature interests.
The house provides comfortable space with a substantial guest wing which is used for holiday/leisure accommodation.
HOLIDAY COTTAGES Two holiday cottages, each with 2 bedrooms,2 bath/shower rooms, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room.
The two holiday let cottages are popular and provide an established income stream, but also can be occupied by seasonal workers.
BUNGALOW Detached bungalow (with agricultural tie), 3 bedrooms, Bathroom, shower room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast and utility room, integral garage, large agricultural general storage barn.
STABLE AND FARM BUILDINGS Stable barn with 10 loose boxes and tack room internally. Large open sided and ended portal framed agricultural barn for hay/machinery.
LAND 67.26 acres of pasture land, 9.02 acres of woodland, In all about 76.28 acres (30.86 hectares).
The land is predominantly pasture and woodland, with the more level large grazing paddocks to the north of the farm which then slopes down in a southerly direction to more traditional paddocks with interspersed lakes. In all it provides a beautiful and diverse habitat with a mix of woodlands and pastures.
The steep wooded hangers with valley fields below lend themselves to game shooting and a quality shoot has operated over the land for many years in tandem with neighbours. The sporting rights are in hand.
SITUATION Hartley Mauditt and Wick Hill are one of East Hampshire's best kept secrets, secluded and rural yet remarkably accessible, Alton is just under 5 miles away and Petersfield under 12.5 miles to the South. It is a virtually untouched landscape of undulating countryside characterised by ancient wooded chalk escarpments/hangers. Wick Hill is at the end of a no through road and the Oast House has a dramatic southerly aspect looking towards Selborne, famous for being the home of the 18th Century naturalist Gilbert White.
The nearest shopping facilities are in Alton where the A31 provides good regional transport links to Winchester and Farnham. The A3 is also accessible at Liss, linking to Guildford and Portsmouth on the south coast.
Hampshire is well catered for with top performing state and independent schools all within the region (The Alton School, Bedales, Edgeborough, Highfield, Churcher's, Winchester College and St Swithun's).