Right in the centre of this historical building is Stone House, formally part of The Talbot public House, this charming, historical Grade II listed building has now been developed into three impressive homes. This stunning four bedroom home has been thoughtfully planned and seamlessly blending the old with the new, retaining many original features whilst offering all the latest utilities and facilities for modern day living.
Stone House is a spacious four bedroom unique property situated in the picturesque village of Hartlebury, providing the best of both worlds, surrounded by rolling countryside but with great access to the nearby motorway networks. There are local rail links to Birmingham, Worcester and even a direct train into London Marylebone from Kidderminster.
Hartlebury is a popular village with a public house, church, post office which is over the road from this exclusive development, a good primary school and of course, Hartlebury castle, a Grade 1 listed property dating back to the 13th century.
This exclusive development lies between Kidderminster and Worcester and offers great commuter links via the A449 with the M5 motorway easily accessible from here.
The Talbot public house dates back from the early 17th century, when it was a farmhouse. When it became an inn, it went under the name of The Dog Inn for many years. Its sign was a white dog and the adjacent old turnpike road became known as Dog Lane. In the early 19th century it was known for a while as the Dealers' Inn. An inventory from 1911 refers to iron spittoons in the taproom, snuff boxes in the smoke room and a collection of 950 clay pipes. Then it was known as The Talbot, a popular village pub.
Ground Floor Accomodation
The entrance hallway is spacious with a stunning vaulted beamed ceiling and doors leading to the cloakroom/utility/boot room and a door to the generous sized drawing room which in turn leads to the family kitchen/dining room.
The drawing room is extremely impressive with an abundance of original beams, dual aspect allowing in the natural light and plenty of space to relax and entertain.
The kitchen/dining room really brings this characterful home into modern day living, fitted with plenty of storage cupboards, integrated oven, four ring hob with extractor, oak work surfaces and featuring an attractive central island. With French doors leading directly to the rear garden this kitchen is ideal for entertaining.
First Floor Accomodation
The landing leads to three bedrooms and modern family bathroom, with two windows allowing in natural light and finished with attractive original restored floorboards which continue through to all bedrooms.
All bedrooms are double rooms, with original beams and the master bedroom benefitting from a modern en-suite. The family bathroom has a white suite with vanity unit, towel radiator and featuring an attractive portico window.
The second floor features an impressive guest bedroom suite with landing/dressing area which leads into a large en-suite shower room that leads into a stunning double bedroom with valued ceiling and beams.
There is parking for several vehicles and a rear garden with patio and turf.
Services: Mains Electricity and Water
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