Last month, Hartley Wintney was identified by The Times, as one of Britain’s five new country hotspots – and we’re not surprised!!

Home to our latest development, Albion Yard, this pretty Hampshire village is bursting with charm, character and tradition.

So what do we love most about this sought after spot?

Something for everyone
The village’s historic main street is lined with independent shops and businesses, from butchers and bakers to antique shops and delis. Home to a range of parks, pubs, and playgrounds, Hartley Wintney truly has something for every member of the family, and there’s a host of excellent primary and secondary schools within a stone’s throw of our new development here too!

Beautiful countryside on your doorstep
Surrounded by the lush green spaces that Hampshire is renowned for, Hartley Wintney offers the very best of the English countryside. Whether you are looking to take a relaxing walk through wildflower meadows, to go for a gentle stroll alongside the tranquil riverside or take in one of the country’s oldest cricket pitches, this amazing location makes for the perfect place to get outside and back to nature.

Sporting traditions
Hartley Wintney cricket club, which was founded in 1770, is the oldest in Hampshire, and one of the oldest in the country. An active club, still to this day, it sits at the heart of the village and encourages members new and old across all age brackets, whether you are looking to play socially or competitively.

Excellent connections
Hartley Wintney makes the perfect place to commute into London, with excellent transport links right on your doorstep. Trains from nearby Winchfield Station take you directly into Waterloo, or if you’re driving the M25 is just a few miles away via the M3.

What’s more, with the M4 only 15 minutes away, and Heathrow Airport just half an hour, journeying further afield couldn’t be easier. If you ever actually want to leave, that is!

Find out more about our new collection of two, three and four-bedroom family homes at Albion Yard in Hartley Wintney here.

External photograph of the Hartley Wintney cricket club