This Victorian home for sale once belonged to an army captain and comes with its own orchard.
Wings House, in Upper Hale, dates back to the 1800s and is described as a “substantial” property.
Army barracks were established in nearby Aldershot in 1834, meaning that many people moved to the area, including the army captain who lived in Wings House.
Throughout the home, which has been renovated, there are original character features, high ceilings and bespoke Neptune fittings.
On the ground floor, there is a living room, an 18 foot fitted kitchen and breakfast room, a drawing and dining room, and a utility room.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, the master of which has a boutique-style en-suite bathroom, as well as a loft, and a basement on the lower ground floor.
The property also comes with a detached studio and a detached mini office spanning seven feet, which is ideal for home-working.
Outside, the grounds cover a third of an acre, including an “enchanting, picturesque and secluded” garden and an orchard.
The property is being sold by estate agents Bourne Estate Agents for a guide price of £1,250,000.
Adrian Cannon of Bourne Estate Agents commented: “The team at Bourne are delighted and honoured to have the opportunity to bring to the market again Wings House, after selling the property to the current owners several years ago.
“Wings House is truly spectacular and is an absolutely gorgeous home, and forms part of Upper Hale Village History.
“We look forward to showing many potential buyers around.”