Harvest House, The Village, Hartlebury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An Imposing Five Bedroom, Four Bathroom Detached House Standing In Sought After Village Location. Splendid 0.3 Acre Level Plot With Landscaped West Facing Gardens To The Rear And Gravelled Driveway With Plenty of Parking To The Front.

* Spacious Reception Hall

* 25' Lounge

* Separate Dining Room

* Study/ Office

* 23' Breakfast Kitchen

* Two En-Suite Shower Rooms

* Detached Double Garage

Reception Hall

5.08m x 3.94m (max)/ 2.74m (min) (16'8 x 12'11 (

Guest Cloakroom/ Shower Room

2.77m x 1.19m (9'1 x 3'11 )


6.53m x 3.94m (21'5 x 12'11 )

Dining Room

3.61m x 3.30m (11'10 x 10'10 )


3.23m x 2.44m (10'7 x 8'0 )

Breakfast Kitchen

7.16m (max) x 3.91m (23'6 (max) x 12'10 )

Utility Room

2.18m x 1.85m (7'2 x 6'1 )

Galleried Landing

4.14m x 2.79m (13'7 x 9'2 )

Master Bedroom (rear)

3.91m x 3.71m + door recess (12'10 x 12'2 + door

Walk-In Wardrobe

2.13m x 1.75m (7'0 x 5'9 )

En-Suite Shower Room One

2.11m x 2.03m (6'11 x 6'8 )

Bedroom Two (rear)

3.94m x 3.63m (max inc en-suite) (12'11 x 11'11

En-Suite Shower Room Two

1.68m x 1.60m (5'6 x 5'3 )

Bedroom Three (front)

3.94m x 2.79m (12'11 x 9'2 )

Bedroom Four (rear)

3.63m x 3.33m (max) (11'11 x 10'11 (max))

Bedroom Five (rear)

3.10m x 2.69m (max) (10'2 x 8'10 (max))

Principal Bathroom

2.77m x 2.16m (9'1 x 7'1 )

Double Garage

6.20m (l) x 5.28m (w) (20'4 (l) x 17'4 (w))

Situated in the ever sought after village of Hartlebury within a superb one third of an acre plot, this individual detached house has an excellent wide road frontage, standing back behind an extensive gravelled driveway with parking for up to twenty cars together with a substantial detached double garage having remote controlled electric roller shutter door. There is clearly ample space for a boat, caravan or motorhome etc, which can be discreetly tucked away, well away from the front of the house.

To the rear of the property is a full width paved patio terrace with professionally landscaped West facing gardens beyond, enjoying a distant countryside view and featuring neat level lawn edged by well stocked borders containing a mixture of selected shrub and trees, for year round interest and generally low maintenance.

The property was extended in 2004 to now provide particularly well proportioned family accommodation with five bedrooms, four bathrooms/ shower rooms and three reception rooms plus an excellent 23' breakfast kitchen.

The inviting central reception hall features wood effect flooring and an attractive balustraded staircase with half landing and understairs cupboard. Doors radiate off to all of the principal rooms and also to the guest cloakroom/ shower room, featuring floor tiling, wall tiling to half height, low level wc, hand basin, heated towel rail and cubicle with mixer shower.

The splendid 21' x 13' through lounge has a modern marble feature fireplace with electric log effect fire, plus double patio doors opening out to the patio terrace.

Double doors lead through from the lounge into the separate dining room, which also has double patio doors overlooking the garden.

There is also a useful study/ office with fitted full length worksurface, wall cabinet and telephone plus HDMI sockets. This is an ideal space for anyone working from home.

The 23' breakfast kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of maple venner wall and base cabinets plus matching Welsh dresser, all complemented by large black ceramic floor tiles and including the 'Stoves' modern range cooker with two electric ovens, grill and 7 ring gas hob. An architectural design detail of note is the rear facing window which has been purposely angled to take the best advantage of the distant countryside views beyond the garden.

The kitchen provides plenty of space for a dining table and chairs, whilst a further door leads through to the utility room, fitted with wall and base cabinets matching those in the kitchen, tiled floor and work surface with sink unit and under-counter space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

To the first floor, the large galleried landing area forms a delightful feature of the house, with doors off to all bedrooms and also with in-built linen closet.

The master bedroom includes a useful walk-in wardrobe, fitted out with hanging rails, drawers and shelving. There is also a well appointed en-suite shower room with wall & floor tiling, heated towel rail, illuminated wall mirror, cubicle with Triton electric shower and full width vanity unit with close-coupled wc and integral hand basin plus cabinet and drawers below.

The second bedroom also includes an en-suite shower room, with floor tiling, wall tiling to half height, vanity unit with hand basin and cabinet below plus matching close-coupled wc and cubicle with Triton electric shower.

The other three bedrooms are all of good proportions, whilst the principal family bathroom features wall tiling, tile flooring, chrome heated towel rail and a refitted white suite including panelled bath, low level, large vanity unit with wide hand basin and cubicle with electric shower.

Outside, there are gates to both sides of the property providing front to rear access, whilst at the rear of the house is a full width paved patio terrace, ideal for entertaining and enjoying a sunny Westerly aspect. The patio is edged by railway sleepers giving way to a neat level lawn with well stocked borders including a host of shrubs plus cherry and lilac trees. In all the plot extends to around one third of an acre.

The patio returns to the side of the house with further extensive paving, various external power points, cold water tap, garden shed and pedestrian access door to the detached double garage, featuring windows to either side and measuring a larger than average 20'4 x 17'4 .

Mains electricity, gas, metered water and drainage are all connected, with upvc double glazing throughout and a gas-fired central heating system served by a boiler fitted in 2018.

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

This most appealing family home lies on the countryside fringe of the village with nearby footpaths providing a variety of attractive routes for walkers. There is a village inn within walking distance of the house, whilst nearby the historic Hartlebury Castle has been home to the Bishops of Worcester for over 1000 years, and houses the County Museum.

Other village amenities also include a post office/ general store, primary school and railway station with regular trains for Worcester and Birmingham making Hartlebury an ideal location for commuters.

The village is very well served by the surrounding main road network for all local and regional commercial centres including Worcester, Birmingham and the Black Country, as well as being very accessible to the motorway network (M5 Junction 6 approx 15 mins).

Indeed Harvest House will no doubt appeal to those seeking a change of lifestyle, combining the ability to work from home with more space for the family amidst green and pleasant surroundings, thus providing a very desirable quality of life.

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