Hartland Country Park Granted Prestigious Green Flag
08th August 2023
Move in This Winter
£575,000 - £1,300,000
Discover a village for life in the idyllic Hampshire countryside. Hartland Village brings St Edward's undisputed quality to a choice location, creating a new village of thoughtfully designed houses and contemporary apartments surrounded by rich natural woodland.
Sales & Marketing Suite and Showhome (where available) details:
Open daily 10am - 6pm, 10am - 8pm on Thursdays
Ively Road, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 3GL
Secure your brand new home in Fleet.
With just a 5% deposit and our 5% contribution, with Metro Bank New Build Mortgage of 90% loan-to-value (LTV), you could secure the financing you need to take the next leap towards owning your own home.
Available on selected homes, speak to a sales consultant to find out more.
Exciting News! Part Exchange is now available at Hartland Village. Berkeley will offer to part exchange your home against the price of a new Berkeley home (subject to title and survey). Once everything is agreed, you can focus on what matters – your new life in your new home. 
An array of exemplary schooling options and some excellent universities
From remote hills and rivers to bustling cities, discover the hidden gems of this historic county
A rural location with excellent transport connections for both business and leisure
Stretching from the South Downs National Park, in the east to the New Forest National Park, in the west and the North Wessex Downs, in the north of the county
A wealth of theatre, music, art and sport in the county
Over 230 miles of coastline along England’s sunny southern shores
Beautiful rural landscapes and idyllic towns and villages
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Recent studies by the Office for National Statistics have labelled Hart, Hampshire as the healthiest location in the UK. With fantastic access to green spaces and good air quality, these environmental factors are a brilliant reason to make Hampshire your home.
We are honoured to have won ‘Best Public Realm’ at Hartland Village in the 2022 WhatHouse? Awards
“If ever there was an example of placemaking with community engagement at its heart, it is Hartland Village.
Connectivity, sustainability and wildlife corridors highlight St Edward’s healthy living agenda from the outset; the Country Park is all about recreation, wellbeing and biodiversity.
This is public realm not on a grand scale, but a local one, accessible and intimate and encouraging human interaction with nature. This category embraces every aspect of public realm in terms of landscaping, parks, open space and facilities for local residents."
36 minutes by train to London Waterloo
70 acres of Country Park & 28 acres of green space on site
Excellent local schools and a new primary school on site
All homes will benefit from Hyperoptic broadband
A new Village Centre with everyday necessities
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There is an excellent choice of educational opportunities for children and young people of all ages in the local area.
Schools and colleges close to Hartland Village reach high standards. Fleet Infant School is Ofsted rated Outstanding, and Calthorpe Park School, for older children, is Good.
Independent schools, all with an ISI Excellent rating, include St Nicholas' School, Farnborough Hill and Salesian College. Farnborough College of Technology provides a very wide range of courses: degrees, apprenticeships, vocational and technical studies, adult education, GCSEs and short courses.
Within a few miles of Hartland Village are villages that have been established for generations, and where a traditional way of life continues in its timeless fashion.
Historic and picturesque, these are places that epitomise the quintessential village lifestyle, with their welcoming communities and more relaxed pace of life. Pubs of course are a traditional focus of village life, and there are plenty to try. Hartley Wintney has The Shoulder of Mutton and The Phoenix Inn, and Crookham Village has The Exchequer and The Fox and Hounds, all of which serve great food.
History can be glimpsed at King John's Castle and the Norman church in Odiham, or in the many old buildings of Greywell's Conservation Area. Hartley Wintney has a village pond with a quaint thatched duck house, and is home to the oldest cricket club in Hampshire. They are all beautiful places to visit and explore with family and friends.
The Basingstoke Canal, whose own history goes back to the 18th century, passes through Greywell, Odiham and Crookham Village, giving the opportunity for towpath strolls and leisurely boat trips.
Commuters have two stations to choose from, both within easy reach.
Fleet Station, 2.5 miles from Hartland Village, offers a journey time to London Waterloo via Woking, of approximately 41 minutes. At 3.5 miles, Farnborough Main Station is only a little further away, and trains run from here to London Waterloo in as little as 36 minutes.
For non-London travel, Farnborough North Station is on the line to Reading (22 minutes) and Guildford (17 minutes). It takes an average of 1h 11m to travel from Farnborough North to Gatwick Airport by train , over a distance of around 27 miles. There are normally 5 trains per day travelling from Farnborough North to Gatwick Airport.
Hartland Village also offers a shuttle bus service, transporting residents to and from the development and Farnborough Main station, targeting the most convenient and popular fast train services to and from London.
The service currently runs Monday – Friday, excluding Bank Holidays, between 6am – 9am and 4pm – 8pm if booked in advance.
Please speak to a Sales Consultant for more information.
Charming cafés, welcoming gastropubs, independent eateries, cocktail bars and casual bistros: the local dining scene has something for all tastes.
Between them, Fleet, Farnborough, Camberley and the outlying villages offer an excellent choice of dining out. Local cafés serve traditional breakfasts, light lunches, wickedly tempting cakes, pastries and expertly made coffee.
For an evening out or dinner with friends, there are upmarket gastropubs such as The Exchequer in Fleet, Bel & The Dragon in Odiham and The Swan in Farnborough. Choose between family favourites such as Brasserie Blanc and Bill's in nearby Farnham, independent restaurants of different nationalities such as Trattoria La Casa in Fleet, and a sophisticated night out at The Aviator, Farnborough's luxury hotel with an award-winning brasserie and cocktail bar. Whatever the occasion, you will have plenty to tempt you.
Local shops include original choices and independent businesses, where you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.
You might start your search at Packhouse, between Farnham and Guildford, a former hop kiln that's now a treasure house of vintage finds, antiques, original fashion accessories and gifts, with the emphasis on British design. It's unique and intriguing. For more comprehensive retail therapy and top high street brands, there is Guildford with its extensive range of shops. Large department stores in the area include John Lewis at Home just outside Basingstoke, and M&S at The Meadows near Camberley.
can be saved in electricity and heating per year when you buy a new build home compared to an older home. 
of timber used in each home will be sustainability sourced.
including a new 70 acre country park and over 6 miles of trails.
energy efficient and highly insulated.
Hartland Village will include sports, games and play areas, and a mountain bike course.
At Hartland Village, we're building more than just homes. We're creating a community for everyone. This will be a place where families come together, generations mingle and neighbours become friends, a sustainable village made to thrive side-by-side with the woodland that surrounds it, and one which will preserve the environment for future generations.
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 Terms & conditions apply. Available on selected properties only. Not to be used in conjunction with Move+ or any other incentives. Speak to a sales consultant to find out more.
 Terms and conditions apply. Part exchange at a Berkeley development is subject to agreement with Berkeley upon reservation and Berkeley reserves the right to withdraw the option at any time. Part exchange is subject to availability and change.
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