Pleck Lodge, The Village, Hartlebury


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A Charming Character Property Situated In The Hartlebury Village Conservation Area, Providing A Well Presented And Comfortable Three Bedroom Family Home. Presented To A Good Standard Throughout And Discreetly Set Back From The Road With Driveway Parking For 4/5 Cars.

* Spacious 18'2 x 14'5 Lounge With Log Burner

* 18' Breakfast Kitchen

* Separate Dining Room

* Reception Hall & Guest Cloakroom

* Contemporary Refitted Bathroom

* Excellent Garden Studio/ Potential Office

Reception Hall

4.55m x 2.41m/ 1.50m (l-shaped) (14'11 x 7'11 / 4

Dining Room

4.22m x 3.61m (13'10 x 11'10 )

Breakfast Kitchen

5.59m x 3.61m (18'4 x 11'10 )

Living Room

5.54m x 4.39m (18'2 x 14'5 )

Guest Cloakroom

1.80m x 0.76m (5'11 x 2'6 )

Bedroom One

3.89m x 3.63m (excl window bays) (12'9 x 11'11 (

Bedroom Two

4.01m max/ 2.82m min x 4.75m (inc rear window bay)

Bedroom Three

2.82m (max) x 2.13m (9'3 (max) x 7'0 )


2.39m x 2.54m max (7'10 x 8'4 max)

Garden Studio

4.80m x 3.02m (15'9 x 9'11 )

Thought to date from around 1912 and originally built as the lodge to the neighbouring Pleck House, this architecturally attractive detached property provides a delightful village home within this highly regarded location.

Furthermore, there is planning consent (Wychavon District Council ref 19/00522/HP) for a substantial single storey side extension to provide excellent additional living space if required.

The property sits back from the road behind a gravelled driveway which extends past double gates to the side of the house, providing generous parking space for a number of cars.

The house is particularly well situated within walking distance of village amenities including the post office & general store, the White Hart village inn and Hartlebury Castle, whilst being surrounded by beautiful countryside with plenty of walks virtually on the doorstep.

With a front door facing the road and opening to an entrance lobby, the main reception hall is situated to the side of the house, featuring an ornate tiled floor, walk-in cloaks cupboard (which also accommodates a tumble dryer) and guest cloakroom with matching tiled floor, low level wc and corner tabletop circular hand basin.

The light and spacious 18'2 x 14'5 living room features solid oak flooring, French windows opening out to the rear garden plus a full height brick chimney breast and hearth with log burner.

The dining kitchen measures over 18 in length and benefits from a useful walk-in pantry.

The range of wall and base cabinets include a one-and-a-half bowl sink unit, integrated dishwasher and concealed space for a washing machine, also including a Belling dual fuel 100cm range style cooker with two electric ovens & grill plus multi-burner gas hob. A freestanding island unit may be available by separate negotiation if required.

The large dining room/ study features attractive wood effect porcelain floor tiles and a fireplace with log burner, a further door leading on to the front entrance lobby.

From the central reception hall a return staircase leads up to the split level first floor landing, with doors off to each of the three bedrooms and bathroom.

Each of the bedrooms features one or more dormer bay windows, undoubtedly providing character and also allowing the opportunity to open up the under-eaves spaces if so desired.

The bathroom was refitted circa 2018 with wall and floor tiling, chrome heated towel rail/ radiator, low level wc, vanity unit with hand basin and cabinet below, cubicle with rainfall mixer shower and hand attachment, plus contemporary oval bathtub with adjacent floor-standing chrome tap.

Outside, the rear gardens enjoy a sunny and sheltered West facing aspect, with well trimmed conifer hedging to two sides, paved patio with pergola, ornamental pond in gravelled surround, greenhouse, timber shed positioned to the right side of the house and gravel pathway leading to the recently erected 15'9 x 10'0 timber garden studio building.

Equipped with power & lighting, and with windows to two sides plus double entrance doors, this attractive garden building provides excellent scope to adapt as a home office, gym or hobbies room.

Mains gas, electricity and metered water are all connected with private drainage to a septic tank, shared with Pleck House.

Council tax is payable to Wychavon District Council, rated as Band E.

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