Having been thoughtfully, sympathetically and beautifully restored, this impressive Grade II listed building has now been developed into three impressive homes with The Barrels being the largest of the three.
Hartlebury is a popular village with a public house, church, post office (over the road from this 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.
On entering the original doors of the Talbot Public House, you step into a delightful spacious hallway with doors leading to the sitting room and kitchen/dining/family room.
The open plan kitchen/dining/family room really offers the wow factor, a spacious bright and airy room with large bi folding doors leading directly out to the rear garden whilst also allowing in lots of natural light. The kitchen offers all the latest modern day utilities and facilities with storage cupboards, Belfast sink, integrated oven, dishwasher, hob and extractor and finished with sold oak worktops.
There is a laundry room off the kitchen with cloakroom opposite. From this area there is a door which leads to the sittng room which then leads back out the hallway so has a lovely sense of flow.
The sitting room is a fabulous room with space for a dining table and sitting area, with dual aspect windows allowing in the light and an attractive fireplace with slate hearth.
The three part cellar is accessed from the hallway down a set of stairs and has been beautifully converted to now provide various spaces that could be an entertainment room, a gym or cinema room.
The landing areas are split level and lead to the bedrooms with two being on the first floor and the third with large shower room being accessed from the second floor.
There is also a mezzanine area which would be ideal as a library or office area.
The master bedroom is spacious with en-suite shower room and the second bedroom is extremely spacious with attractive feature fireplace. There is an abundance of ceiling and wall beams combined with large windows to allow in lots of light. There is also a family bathroom with white suite, vanity unit and towel radiator.
There is parking for several vehicles to the side of the property and a rear garden with turf, patio and fencing.
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