Undulating farmland which has been grazed by cattle sheep and horse complemented by the spring fed lakes proving fishing or holiday/leisure opportunities with in all about 30.94 acres (12.52 ha)
THE PROPERTY The lower farmland is undulating and in part steep which has been grazed by cattle, sheep and horses and is complemented by the spring fed lakes which provide fishing or holiday/leisure opportunities. There are fish in the lakes and in 2018 a 6lb trout was landed.
LOCATION 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 area is characterised by small villages and farming hamlets spread over a series of meandering lanes with a timeless feel. Whilst secluded the original farmhouse is next door and other properties in the lane. There are miles of local footpaths to explore and bridle paths directly from Wick Hill for those who ride and also a fantastic network of local lanes providing country cycle routes. 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.
OUTSIDE The lower farmland is undulating and in part steep which has been grazed by cattle, sheep and horses and is complemented by the spring fed lakes. The sporting rights are in hand.