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About Bcm - Winchester Hill

BCM Winchester Hill mainly list properties in GU32, SO51 and RG20. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 3 properties, with 4 currently on the market. Most of the properties listed are 1 bed/studios. They list properties for sale on Zoopla, Rightmove and OnTheMarket.

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The Old Dairy Sutton Scotney,Winchester Hill, SO21 3NZ

Opening Times
Monday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
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Listings by number of bedrooms
  1. 2 1 bedroom/studio properties listed by Bcm - Winchester Hill in the last 6 months
  2. 1 5+ bedrooms properties listed by Bcm - Winchester Hill in the last 6 months
Number of Listings
  1. In March 2020 the number of properties listed was 3
  2. In April 2020 the number of properties listed was 4
  3. In May 2020 the number of properties listed was 7
  4. In June 2020 the number of properties listed was 7
  5. In July 2020 the number of properties listed was 5
  6. In August 2020 the number of properties listed was 4
  7. In September 2020 the number of properties listed was 5

Properties listed and sold by BCM - Winchester Hill

Average Value
£1,090,000
Average Size
1 Bed
Most Active Postcode
GU32
    15th September
  • New Listing
    School Lane, Sheet, Petersfield GU32
    3 bed • £275,000
  • 8th July
  • Removed
    Hartley Mauditt, Alton GU34
    6 bed • £3,730,000

Sold Properties

In the last 6 months, BCM - Winchester Hill have listed 3 properties.

Church Cottage Church Street
Asking Price
£500,000
Sold Price
£440,000
Sold on 13th December 2018

Property listings are matched to data from the Land Registry by our clever algorithm. Clever as it may be, it isn't always right, especially if a property was listed by multiple agents. The asking price is the original listing price, NOT the final listing price. Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2020.

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Latest Reviews for Bcm - Winchester Hill

Mike Papps and his team provide a professional approach to everything they do. It is a pleasure to work with BCM.

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I have dealt with BCM for the last 18 years and they couldn't be more delightful. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.

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A wonderful company to rent, fully attentive , fully up to date with all new laws and act fast if anything is needed to be done. The staff are all very friendly but highly professional at all times, questions answered almost straight away depending on what you want to know, if any problems with accommodation are dealt with in .most cases the same day.

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We have had a really positive experience with BCM's rental department and feel at ease knowing that they will be managing the property going forward and they have shown that their professional standards are very high.

Third Party Review - this review has not been verified by GetAgent.

We rented 2 Bridgetts Lane, Martyr Worthy through BCM Lettings for just over four years from September 2013. During this time we had many problems with the property which were never rectified. Talking to others who rent properties owned by the Bunney family through BCM, none were happy with the service received, some shrugging it off as being no worse than other agents, one having to resort to legal action to get basic repairs carried out.

Additional photographs can be found on bcmlettings.co.uk . Interestingly, the property is now back on the rental market for £875 / month which is £15 / month less than we were paying. For some reason, old photos which predate our tenancy are being used to market the property. Has it been hastily tarted up AGAIN?

Within two weeks of moving in, damp was showing through on one of the walls in the hall. On contacting the agent and speaking to Zena, I was informed that this had been “sorted out” but that she would check and call me back. I never did receive that call, and this clearly hadn't been sorted out (assume just tarted up with anti-damp paint), becoming so bad on both walls that I had to start vacuuming each wall to remove the paint and plaster that would otherwise be distributed throughout the house.

A large crack developed on the left hand wall in the hall which complemented the bodge-fitted front door, the frame of which was twisted meaning it wouldn't stay shut in cold weather – anything below zero and it had to be locked with a key each and every time, otherwise it would just open of its own accord and bang against the frame. How we used to laugh having been out for the day only to find the door wide open on our return. Someone came out twice to fix it by bending the striker plate...it didn't work.

The larder / utility / boot room off the hall was also riddled with damp and became unusable well within six months. Because of this, the window in this room had to be left open all year round which was great in the winter.

And it was during the first winter we found out the roof leaked. Water was coming in through the airing cupboard in the front bedroom, dripping off pipework around electrical sockets and a box marked “230V DANGER”, and also coming through the ceiling of the downstairs bathroom and above the front door, just below the electricity meter. Some months later we had two chaps call in to quote for repairing the roof, with one returning for a second time as “the first quote was too high”. Following this up with the agent got me nowhere and over the course of the year any notion of the roof being repaired was quietly dropped. In the meantime, every time it rained resulted in a damp / wet wall in the front bedroom.

Despite regular cleaning, both back bedrooms suffered from a thick band of mould / moisture on the sloping part of the ceiling during the winter months which would then drip down the wall, leaving unsightly marks. I had to stop using the room over the front door during this time as it was affecting my health.

Other niggles include having no power to the shed for nearly a year despite regular chasing, a wind-damaged fencing panel that took me eight months to get replaced, being left without hot water on two separate occasions, each over a long weekend, despite messages being left (and ignored!) on the main answerphone and also voicemails (again, ignored!) on what was supposed to be an emergency number. Not forgetting the worn out windows, with just a couple functioning as intended. Towards the end of the tenancy, we were without a cooker for two weeks as the main switch had packed up, and despite calling BCM straight away, the staff member meant to be dealing with this had gone away on holiday having done nothing about it. It was only when I received an email asking me to "please pay the water bill" that I asked if they would "please fix the cooker". It was then sorted out that same day - a ten minute job.

No fault of either landlord or agent, but we found the garden to be unusable for much of the year due to the exposed position.

Third Party Review - this review has not been verified by GetAgent.

We rented 2 Bridgetts Lane, Martyr Worthy through BCM Lettings for just over four years from September 2013. During this time we had many problems with the property which were never rectified. Talking to others who rent properties owned by the Bunney family through BCM, none were happy with the service received, some shrugging it off as being no worse than other agents, one having to resort to legal action to get basic repairs carried out.

Additional photographs can be found on wrongmove.world . Interestingly, the property is now back on the rental market for £875 / month which is £15 / month less than we were paying. For some reason, old photos which predate our tenancy are being used to market the property. Has it been hastily tarted up AGAIN?

Within two weeks of moving in, damp was showing through on one of the walls in the hall. On contacting the agent and speaking to Zena, I was informed that this had been “sorted out” but that she would check and call me back. I never did receive that call, and this clearly hadn't been sorted out (assume just tarted up with anti-damp paint), becoming so bad on both walls that I had to start vacuuming each wall to remove the paint and plaster that would otherwise be distributed throughout the house.

A large crack developed on the left hand wall in the hall which complemented the bodge-fitted front door, the frame of which was twisted meaning it wouldn't stay shut in cold weather – anything below zero and it had to be locked with a key each and every time, otherwise it would just open of its own accord and bang against the frame. How we used to laugh having been out for the day only to find the door wide open on our return. Someone came out twice to fix it by bending the striker plate...it didn't work.

The larder / utility / boot room off the hall was also riddled with damp and became unusable well within six months. Because of this, the window in this room had to be left open all year round which was great in the winter.

And it was during the first winter we found out the roof leaked. Water was coming in through the airing cupboard in the front bedroom, dripping off pipework around electrical sockets and a box marked “230V DANGER”, and also coming through the ceiling of the downstairs bathroom and above the front door, just below the electricity meter. Some months later we had two chaps call in to quote for repairing the roof, with one returning for a second time as “the first quote was too high”. Following this up with the agent got me nowhere and over the course of the year any notion of the roof being repaired was quietly dropped. In the meantime, every time it rained resulted in a damp / wet wall in the front bedroom.

Despite regular cleaning, both back bedrooms suffered from a thick band of mould / moisture on the sloping part of the ceiling during the winter months which would then drip down the wall, leaving unsightly marks. I had to stop using the room over the front door during this time as it was affecting my health.

Other niggles include having no power to the shed for nearly a year despite regular chasing, a wind-damaged fencing panel that took eight months to get replaced, being left without hot water on two separate occasions, each over a long weekend, despite messages being left (and ignored!) on the main answerphone and also voicemails (again, ignored!) on what was supposed to be an emergency number. Not forgetting the worn out windows, with just a couple functioning as intended. Towards the end of the tenancy, we were without a cooker for two weeks as the main switch had packed up, and despite calling BCM straight away, the staff member meant to be dealing with this had gone away on holiday having done nothing about it. It was only when I received an email asking me to "please pay the water bill" that I asked if they would "please fix the cooker". It was then sorted out that same day - a ten minute job.

No fault of either landlord or agent, but we found the garden to be unusable for much of the year due to the exposed position.

Third Party Review - this review has not been verified by GetAgent.

We rented 2 Bridgetts Lane, Martyr Worthy through BCM Lettings for just over four years from September 2013. During this time we had many problems with the property which were never rectified. Talking to others who rent properties owned by the Bunney family through BCM, none were happy with the service received, some shrugging it off as being no worse than other agents, one having to resort to legal action to get basic repairs carried out.

Additional photographs can be found on wrongmove.world . Please bear in mind when we moved in, the property had been redecorated throughout and there was no mention from the agent of any of the problems we were to experience.

Within two weeks of moving in, damp was showing through on one of the walls in the hall. On contacting the agent and speaking to Zena, I was informed that this had been “sorted out” but that she would check and call me back. I never did receive that call, and this clearly hadn't been sorted out (assume just tarted up with anti-damp paint), becoming so bad on both walls that I had to start vacuuming each wall to remove the paint and plaster that would otherwise be distributed throughout the house.

A large crack developed in the left hand wall of the hall which complemented the bodge-fitted front door, the frame of which was twisted meaning it wouldn't stay shut in cold weather – anything below zero and it had to be locked with a key each and every time, otherwise it would just open of its own accord and bang against the frame. How we used to laugh having been out for the day only to find the door wide open on our return. Someone came out twice to fix it by bending the striker plate...it didn't work.

The larder / utility / boot room off the hall was also riddled with damp and became unusable well within six months. Because of this, the window in this room had to be left open all year round which was great in the winter.

And it was during the first winter we found out the roof leaked. Water was coming in through the airing cupboard in the front bedroom, dripping off pipework around electrical sockets and a box marked “230V DANGER”, and also coming through the ceiling of the downstairs bathroom and above the front door, just below the electricity meter. Some months later we had two chaps call in to quote for repairing the roof, with one returning for a second time as “the first quote was too high”. Following this up with the agent got me nowhere and over the course of the year any notion of the roof being repaired was quietly dropped. In the meantime, every time it rained resulted in a damp / wet wall in the front bedroom.

Despite regular cleaning, both back bedrooms suffered from a thick band of mould / moisture on the sloping part of the ceiling during the winter months which would then drip down the wall, leaving unsightly marks. I had to stop using the room over the front door during this time as it was affecting my health.

Other niggles include having no power to the shed for nearly a year despite regular chasing, a wind-damaged fencing panel that took eight months to get replaced, being left without hot water on two separate occasions, each over a long weekend, despite messages being left (and ignored!) on the main answerphone and also voicemails (again, ignored!) on what was supposed to be an emergency number. Not forgetting the worn out windows, with just a couple functioning as intended. Towards the end of the tenancy, we were without a cooker for two weeks as the main switch had packed up, and despite reporting this straight away, the staff member concerned had gone away on holiday, presumably having done nothing about it. It was only when I received an email asking me to "please pay the water bill" that I asked if they would "please fix the cooker". It was then sorted out that same day - a ten minute job.

No fault of either landlord or agent, but we found the garden to be unusable for much of the year due to the exposed position.

Third Party Review - this review has not been verified by GetAgent.

We rented 2 Bridgetts Lane, Martyr Worthy through BCM Lettings for just over four years from September 2013. During this time we had many problems with the property which were never rectified. Talking to others who rent properties owned by the Bunney family through BCM, none were happy with the service received, some shrugging it off as being no worse than other agents, one having to resort to legal action to get basic repairs carried out.

Additional photographs can be found on my own website by googling the address. Please bear in mind when we moved in, the property had been redecorated throughout and there was no mention from the agent of any of the problems we were to experience.

Within two weeks of moving in, damp was showing through on one of the walls in the hall. On contacting the agent and speaking to Zena, I was informed that this had been “sorted out” but that she would check and call me back. I never did receive that call, and as you can see from the photographs this clearly hadn't been sorted out (assume just tarted up with anti-damp paint) and became so bad on both walls that I had to start vacuuming each wall to remove the paint and plaster that would otherwise be distributed throughout the house.

You will also notice the large crack in the left hand wall which complemented the bodge-fitted front door, the frame of which was twisted meaning it wouldn't stay shut in cold weather – anything below zero and it had to be locked with a key each and every time, otherwise it would just open of its own accord and bang against the frame. How we used to laugh having been out for the day only to find the door wide open on our return. Someone came out twice to fix it by bending the striker plate...it didn't work.

The larder / utility / boot room off the hall was also riddled with damp and became unusable well within six months. Because of this, the window in this room had to be left open all year round which was great in the winter.

And it was during the first winter we found out the roof leaked. Water was coming in through the airing cupboard in the front bedroom, dripping off pipework around electrical sockets and a box marked “230V DANGER”, and also coming through the ceiling of the downstairs bathroom and above the front door, just below the electricity meter. Some months later we had two chaps call in to quote for repairing the roof, with one returning for a second time as “the first quote was too high”. Following this up with the agent got me nowhere and over the course of the year any notion of the roof being repaired was quietly dropped. In the meantime, every time it rained resulted in a damp / wet wall in the front bedroom.

Despite regular cleaning, both back bedrooms suffered from a thick band of mould / moisture on the sloping part of the ceiling during the winter months which would then drip down the wall, leaving unsightly marks. I had to stop using the room over the front door during this time as it was affecting my health.

Other niggles include having no power to the shed for nearly a year despite regular chasing, a wind-damaged fencing panel that took eight months to get replaced, being left without hot water on two separate occasions, each over a long weekend, despite messages being left (and ignored!) on the main answerphone and also voicemails (again, ignored!) on what was supposed to be an emergency number. Not forgetting the worn out windows, with just a couple functioning as intended. Towards the end of the tenancy, we were without a cooker for two weeks as the main switch had packed up, and despite reporting this straight away, the staff member concerned had gone away on holiday, presumably having done nothing about it. It was only when I received an email asking me to "please pay the water bill" that I asked if they would "please fix the cooker". It was then sorted out that same day - a ten minute job.

No fault of either landlord or agent, but we found the garden to be unusable for much of the year due to the exposed position.

Third Party Review - this review has not been verified by GetAgent.

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