A Spotlight On: Hartland Village

At Berkeley Group, we create places that bring communities together, with the amenities and open spaces that people want on their doorstep. Today, we shine our spotlight on one such development, Hartland Village

Where is Hartland Village?

Hartland Village is located in the beautiful county of Hampshire, just six minutes by car to Fleet station and eight minutes to Farnborough Main train station, where services into London Waterloo take from 41 minutes and 36 minutes respectively. Trains from Farnborough North station, a ten-minute car journey away, travel to Guildford, Reading and Gatwick Airport.

For total convenience, Hartland Village also provides a shuttle bus on weekday mornings and evenings to transport residents to and from Farnborough Main Station. 

Hartland Village is only 2.5 miles from the M3, which easily connects you with historic Winchester as well as Southampton.

Key Features of Hartland Village

Delivered by St Edward – a joint venture company between Berkeley Group and M&G Real Estate - Hartland Village is a quintessentially English village with all the necessary amenities for modern-day living. 

Hartland Mews, the newest phase to launch, boasts stunning 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses, all with private gardens, while the last few remaining 4-bedroom homes at Lakeside provide elegant open-plan living spaces and either a garage or off-street parking, all within a quiet leafy setting.

Hartland Village Street Scene

Community and Connection

Hartland Village is already a thriving and close-knit community where couples, young professionals, families, and retirees can come together to create new long-lasting friendships.

St Edward is providing the social spaces and facilities that will foster a great community spirit; it is not only delivering the setting in which to relax, unwind and socialise, but creating new connections between residents and the wider community too. Hartland Village will be home to a new primary school, shops, cafés and other facilities, making this development a destination in its own right.

Modern Living 

Although Hartland Village has the hallmarks of a traditional English village, the amenities are all carefully designed for modern-day living. 

Hartland Village provides Hyperoptic Broadband to all properties, proven to be up to 21 times faster than standard broadband, which is essential for busy families and people working from home. 

Although the architectural design points to the traditional, the interior of each home is entirely modern, from the individually designed, high specification kitchens to the bespoke bathrooms. 

One of the most important elements of Hartland Village is the environmental and sustainability agenda – both in the construction of new homes and the running of them. Each home has contemporary energy-efficient appliances, including dual flush WCs, low energy lighting and showerheads that use less water without reducing their performance.

Hartland Village Kitchen and Dining Room

Green Spaces

The leafy streets and quiet boulevards at Hartland Village provide the perfect continuation of the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding Hampshire countryside.   

The development is surrounded by extensive areas of woodland interspersed with open heath creating a distinctive landscape. The magnificent 70-acre Country Park that forms part of the scheme features wildflower meadows, picnic areas and butterfly banks. Trim trails and walkways encourage active and social lifestyles, providing links across the village, the Country Park and the surrounding forests and local towns. The development also has plenty of cycle storage to entice residents to take advantage of the numerous scenic cycle routes on offer. 

Hartland Village Green Spaces

Things to Do in Fleet

Fleet is positioned close to many quaint Hampshire villages, including Hartley Wintney, Crookham, Odiham and Church Crookham; each has its own unique charm and a relaxed pace of life.

For days out, soak up the local history by visiting Odiham Castle, where you’ll discover a 13th-century ruin of a royal hunting lodge. Affectionately known as King John’s Castle by the locals, the lodge was thought to have provided the perfect resting point when King John travelled between Winchester and Windsor. Alternatively, for a more leisurely activity, take a relaxing boat trip along Basingstoke Canal and sail past the beautiful villages of Greywell, Odiham and Crookham Village. 

Thanks to the fantastic array of outdoor space on offer, staying active could not be easier in Fleet. You could try out the local golf club, stroll around freshwater lake Fleet Pond or take the journey to Alice Holt Forest on the outskirts of Farnham to enjoy walking trails, cycle routes and play areas for young children. 

Fleet has an impressive array of food establishments in the local area, including delicious cafes, tea rooms and restaurants serving up both traditional meals and further afield cuisines. The Trattoria La Casa has incredible Italian food, while the gastropub, The Exchequer, serves a sensational seasonal menu of local produce. 

Families will love the education opportunities available in Fleet. Ofsted rated Fleet Infant School as ‘outstanding’ for younger children and Calthorpe Park School as' good' for older children. There are also plenty of independent schools and excellent colleges in the local area. 

Hartland Village Park

The tranquillity, sense of community and modern amenities on offer at Hartland Village are truly unique, which is why homes here are selling fast. To find out more about this incredible one-of-a-kind development and to secure your home, visit our Hartland Village page today.