Hartlebury is a popular village with a Public House, Church, Post Office, a good primary School and Hartlebury Castle, a Grade 1 listed property dating back to the 13th Century.
The village lies between Kidderminster and Worcester and offers excellent commuter links via the A449, with the M5 and M42 motorways easily accessible from here. The local train station provides regular train services to both Birmingham and Worcester, with links beyond. Additionally there are hourly bus services through the village to Kidderminster and Worcester.
Local primary schools include Hartlebury CofE (rated ‘good’ by Ofsted) and Wilden All Saints CofE. Secondary Schools include Stourport High School and Sixth Form College. In regards the independent sector there is King’s Hawford, King’s Worcester and The Royal Grammar School which are all located a short distance away in the city of Worcester.
A large porch leads into a beautifully designed, light and airy spacious hallway with doors leading to a cloakroom, study, kitchen diner, dining room and sitting room.
At the heart of this home is a a large and airy kitchen diner which offers a good range of wall and base units featuring an electric Rangemaster with extractor fan over, an integrated fridge, dishwasher and finished with karndeen flooring. There is space for a table and chairs, ideal for entertaining with family and friends as there is a door leading to the rear garden.
The sitting room is another lovely room which features a log burner and has doors leading onto the rear garden.
A light and airy dining room makes another useful reception room and looks out onto the front of the property.
A good sized study has a window looking out onto the front of the property and is fitted with bookcases, filing cabinets and cupboards.
To complete the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom and a laundry room.
First floor accommodation:
The galleried landing is large, bright and airy and leads to all four double bedrooms, bathroom and an airing cupboard.
The master bedroom is a good size with fitted wardrobes and has an en-suite with a double shower and bath as well as velux roof lights.
There are three further double bedrooms all featuring fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two also benefits from an en-suite shower room.
The family bathroom is a good size and has a double shower and a bath and is finished with downlights.
Outside is a lovely, well-manicured rear garden with good sized lawn and patio area, mature beds, borders and a Summerhouse. The garden extends to the side of the property and through to the front. There is a storage shed and an outbuilding.
To the front of the property is a separate double garage which provides a office space above. There is plenty of additional parking on the driveway.
Please note that Forge House is fitted with solar panels which produce electricity for the property and also provide £650 tax free income per annum on a 25 year Agreement.
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council
Services: mains drainage, electricity and water (water is on a meter)
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