White Hart Cottage, The Village, Hartlebury


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A Most Surprising Four Bedroom Village Property Discreetly Tucked Away Within a Quarter Acre Plot Including Cottage With Attached Former Stables & Barn, altogether circa 2000 sq ft Plus Excellent Brick Outbuildings approx 36' x 15' Which Provide Useful Garage/ Workshop Space. Gravelled Forecourt Parking For Numerous Cars

* Superb 19' x 14' Lounge Facing Garden

* Spacious Sitting Room

* Dining Room with Cast Iron Range

* 21' Kitchen

* Utility/ WC

* Master Bedroom With Exposed Timbers

* En-Suite Shower Room & Family Bathroom


6.02m x 4.42m (19'9 x 14'6 )

Reception Hall

Utility/ Guest Cloakroom

2.36m x 2.34m (7'9 x 7'8 )


6.55m x 2.34m (21'6 x 7'8 )

Dining Room

4.78m (max) x 3.30m (15'8 (max) x 10'10 )

Sitting Room

4.83m x 4.06m (15'10 x 13'4 )

Master Bedroom

5.87m x 4.37m (max) (19'3 x 14'4 (max))

En-Suite Shower Room

2.08m x 1.91m (6'10 x 6'3 )

Bedroom Two 13'3 x 9'0

Bedroom Three

4.11m x 2.62m (13'6 x 8'7 )

Bedroom Four

2.79m x 2.26m (9'2 x 7'5 )


2.39m x 1.91m (7'10 x 6'3 )

Garage/ Store

5.84m x 4.83m (19'2 x 15'10 )

Workshop/ Store

5.16m x 4.67m (16'11 x 15'4 )

White Hart Cottage is positioned in the centre of the village of Hartlebury, close to the historic Castle and museum and being conveniently placed for commuters with mainline railway station having regular services between Birmingham and Worcester whilst also offering easy access by road to all local commercial centres.

This charming cottage dates back to the 1800s and occupies an excellent individual plot set back from the road within its own most appealing private courtyard setting with extensive parking space and useful brick outbuildings.

The original cottage has been extended into the adjoining former barn and stables which now form part of the living accommodation. The layout is both versatile and spacious, arranged as two wings connected by a single storey link in the middle. This layout lends itself admirably to the idea of a guest suite or granny annexe.

The property retains many of the original features including exposed timbers, latch doors and a cast iron range in the dining room.

The large reception hall has a staircase to the master bedroom and doors leading off to the lounge, kitchen and a useful laundry/ utility room with low level WC and hand basin plus ample space for the usual laundry appliances.

The lounge is of excellent proportions with double doors overlooking and opening out to the side patio gardens. There is also an enclosed mezzanine over the lounge providing useful loft storage space.

The 21'6 kitchen provides the link between original house and converted farm buildings, fitted with bespoke country style units and wooden work surface, twin Belfast sinks with mixer taps, Rangemaster 5 hob gas cooker and quarry tiled floor.

The kitchen leads through to a generously proportioned separate dining room fitted with a cast iron range and laminate flooring, with further door leading through to the spacious separate sitting room which features an open fireplace and staircase off to the first floor.

This staircase gives access to the second, third and fourth bedrooms in addition to the principal bathroom which is fitted in white with panelled bath having mixer shower above plus folding screen, low flush WC, vanity unit with mixer tap, tiled walls and floor.

The delightful master bedroom is accessed via the stairs from the reception hall, featuring exposed timber framework, pointed brick walls and door through to the en-suite shower room, fitted in white and having a shower cubicle with rainfall shower, vanity unit and low flush WC.

Outside, the property is set behind a sandstone wall with gravelled driveway entrance leading into the forecourt area where is situated a substantial brick storage building with modern metal roof, the whole divided into two halves, each part with double doors providing access for parking etc. New doors have been fitted in the last few years, as have upvc double glazed windows. The building provide useful garage/ workshop space and may well have potential for conversion to a range of other uses, subject of course to the necessary local authority consent.

The grounds extend to approximately a quarter of an acre, with enclosed patio gardens to the far end providing a sheltered and private sitting out space.

Please note that the property is adjoined (extreme far right of main picture and nearest to the road) by a neighbour's storage outbuilding and former garage.

Council Tax is payable to Wychavon District Council, the property being rated as Band 'E'.

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