Hartlebury is a sought after village within Worcestershire, home to respected schools and a warming community. The local post office provides the necessary amenities and is within walking distance of the property. The White Hart is a popular public house as somewhere local to go for a bite to eat and a drink. The larger towns of Kidderminster (approx. 4.8 miles) and Stourport-on-Severn (approx. 2.7 miles) offer a much wider range of amenities and entertainment options with the Riverside Town of Bewdley offers a fabulous day out at the weekend.
Fantastic for commuting, the train station in Hartlebury provides routes to Kidderminster & Worcester Train Stations which offer direct routes to London and Birmingham (accurate at time of writing). The A449 takes you straight to the M5 motorway network, just 10 miles approx from the property.
Local schools include Hartlebury CofE Primary School & The Stourport High School & Sixth Form, whilst the Cambian New Elizabethan School offers a fantastic Independent option.
The front door leads into the welcoming and spacious hallway that interconnects the majority of the ground floor rooms.
The lounge is well proportioned with a bay window creating a light and airy space. The second reception room is wonderfully versatile, currently utilised as a snug/playroom, it can also be used as a study or as a formal dining room.
The family kitchen room is undoubtedly the most social room in the home. With space for both lounging and dining, it is a fabulous space for entertaining guests, enjoying bi-folding doors to the rear of the garden for those summer days!
An essential utility room and cloakroom comprising low flush WC and wash hand basin completes the accommodation on this floor.
To the first floor are five double bedrooms, two of which benefitting from en-suite shower rooms. The further three bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom comprising panelled bath with shower above, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
The rear landscaped garden faces south-east enjoying the morning and afternoon sun, whilst the hot-tub area faces west. (Hot-tub available via separate negotiation). The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area, ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.
The double drive provides off road parking and leads to the double integral garage providing further parking and storage, with a service door into the entrance hall.
Freehold (Annual development maintenance charge of £125 per annum.)
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are all connected.
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