8 bedroom detached house for saleThe Village, Hartlebury, Worcestershire, DY11
Sold STC £1,250,000
Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Hobby Room, Garden Room, Cloakroom Room, Two Utility Rooms, Various Stores, Workshop, Two Cellars, Master Bedroom With Dressing Room, Seven Further Bedrooms, Two Family Bathrooms And First Floor Cloakroom, Attic, Timber And Brick Built Garages, Timber Framed Store Shed, Gardens And Grounds Totalling Around 2.3 Acres. Planning Permission For Demolition Of Workshops, Store And Garage And Construction Of Three New Dwellings. EPC = E.
(Road) Stourport-on-Severn (2 miles), Kidderminster (5 miles), Droitwich (8 miles), Worcester (10 miles), Birmingham (20 miles), M5 (11 miles), London (130 miles). All mileages are approximate.
Pleck House sits within the desirable and sought after historic village of Hartlebury which has outstanding local facilities including a railway station, post office and general store, farm shops and petrol station, four public houses, two churches, a hairdresser, an independent school and a C of E primary school. It is the home of Worcestershire's county museum at Hartlebury Castle, the picturesque village church of St. James and the scenic Hartlebury Common, widely regarded as one of Worcestershire's most significant nature reserves. Pleck House is also well positioned to enjoy the range of activities available on the Clent Hills. Further opportunities for independent schooling can be found in Kidderminster and Worcester, both of which are within easy reach. The home is wonderfully positioned for rapid accessibility to the West
Midlands and beyond via the motorway networks.
Pleck House is an impressive period property, centrally located within the popular village of Hartlebury, set back from the road within its own glorious gardens and grounds and offering fantastic views towards the Abberley Hills to the rear. It offers spacious family accommodation within an attractive and imposing building which
retains many original features including parquet flooring, original fireplaces and sash windows which allow in lots of light throughout the house. The property is ideal for the larger or growing family having well-proportioned bedrooms, multiple receptions rooms, parking for numerous vehicles and generous well established gardens.
An entrance porch with original parquet flooring has a butler's door leading into a useful storage cupboard and two doors leading into the reception hall. The attractive parquet flooring continues into the grand reception hall which has delightful cornicing and arched sash windows along with a wood burner. Located off the reception hall
is a garden room which has full height paned windows and double doors leading to an enclosed private garden with ornamental pond. The reception hall leads into the bright and spacious drawing room which has a delightful bay window with seating overlooking the gardens and views beyond. There is a central original fireplace with
marble surround and patio doors leading out to the garden. Further reception rooms include a sitting room with three sash windows, cornicing, an ornamental ceiling rose and an electric fire, a large
dual aspect dining room and a well-proportioned hobby room. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a good range of units along with an electric oven and has plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. There is ample space for a dining table and the original butlers bells remain. A rear hall provides access to a cloakroom, WC, a well fitted butler's pantry with sink, a store room and utility room with additional store and pantry. There is access to one of two cellars
which is fairly dry and cool and ideal for storage.
From the reception hall a large oak staircase leads to the first floor landing which has a central corridor providing access to the master bedroom, which has fitted cupboards, a bay window providing terrific views across the garden and countryside towards the Abberley Hills and an adjoining dressing room. Also at this end of the landing are two large double bedrooms, one with fitted cupboards and original fireplace and both with dual aspect windows. There are five further
bedrooms, of which bedroom five is particularly well proportioned.
There are two family bathrooms, each with a bath and one having an additional shower cubicle, as well as a cloakroom. A secondary staircase leads down to the rear hall. A further staircase leads up to the second floor which has an attic with good head height and which is part boarded and features many exposed trusses and is an ideal space for storage.
Outside, Pleck House is approached over a large gravelled driveway with turning circle, which encompasses a mature yew tree and lawned
area and provides parking for numerous vehicles with a further gravelled parking area located near to the garaging and stores. The generous and
mature gardens and grounds are mainly laid to lawn and arranged in several garden rooms enclosed and divided by mature hedging and
which include level lawns ideal for playing football or cricket, a generous stone paved terrace, an ornamental pond and a former Italian garden.
There are several useful store sheds including a coal shed and log store and a small orchard with apple trees.
Planning permission has been granted for the demolition of the workshop, store and garage and for the construction of three new dwellings. The planning was approved on the 18th February 2014 and the planning application number is W/13/02503/PN. The planning allows for the construction of three family sized dwellings.
Unit 1 is approximately 1778 Sq Ft and consists of three double bedrooms (two en-suite) and a bathroom. The ground floor has a kitchen, utility, family room, hall, living room, study and cloakroom along with a terraced area to the rear and parking. Units 2 and 3 are both approximately 1,851 Sq Ft and offer five double bedrooms (two ensuite) and a family bathroom with large living space, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor along with a study, entrance hall, cloakroom
and utility. All properties also benefit from off road parking and large gardens with far reaching views.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Mains gas has been connected but is not currently used. Oil fired central heating. The vendors have advised that they received broadband at the property.
Wychavon District Council, Band G. 01386 565000
AGENTS' NOTE 1
The septic tank is located on the neighbouring farm land and the owners of Pleck House will have a right of access for maintenance and emptying.
AGENTS' NOTE 2
Some of the furniture in the house may be available to a purchaser by separate negotiation.
AGENTS' NOTE 3
Two trees have tree preservation orders.
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