HALESEND, STORRIDGE, WORCESTERSHIRE WR13 5EW
£575,000 GUIDE PRICE
WORCESTERSHIRE WR13 5EW
A delightful timber framed Grade
II Listed property in a stunning
rural setting to the West of
Family / Breakfast Room
Utility and WC
2 Family Bathrooms
up to 6 bedrooms
Parking and Garage
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment
with the sole Selling Agents Worcester
01905 611 066
4 Foregate Street, Worcester WR1 1DB
Worcester 10 miles Hereford 17 miles Great Malvern 4
miles Ledbury 10 miles Bromyard 8 miles Birmingham
40 miles (Distances approximate)
Halesend is a discreet Hamlet situated in the glorious West
Worcestershire rural countryside.
Nearby at Stiffords Bridge there is a public house and further
afield at Leigh Sinton there is a village shop, Cantonese
restaurant (take away), and further public houses.
For more facilities, Great Malvern is nearby which has
Waitrose supermarket, sport and leisure facilities, theatre/
cinema and a good choice of restaurants and retail.
Additionally there are two mainline railway stations with direct
trains to both London and Birmingham.
Worcester City is 10 miles distant and enjoys a diverse choice
of lifestyles, including Premiership Rugby at Sixways, world
class cricket at the recently developed New Road stadium and
horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Fitted carpets, curtains and light fittings are available by
separate negotiation. Otherwise any items of this nature not
specifically mentioned within the confines of these sales
particulars are to be excluded from the sale.
Harrells Cottage is a beautifully presented Grade II Listed
timber framed house situated within the glorious and rural
countryside to the west of Worcester.
The principle driveway to the property is approached through
double gates and onto gravelled parking to the front.
There are a selection of entrance doors to the property,
however, on a day to day basis the property is entered
through a solid oak stable door into the light and bright kitchen
with floor and wall mounted kitchen units under a beech work
surface. There are many integrated appliances including a
fridge freezer, electric oven and cooker, dishwasher and a
deep ceramic Belfast sink.
Alternative entrances are to the left hand side of the property
into a stone tiled hallway, to the middle through a front door
with inset window into a large entrance porch or alternatively
on the right hand side of the building (and perhaps more as a
back door) the property can be entered into the utility room.
Additional reception rooms include the large living room with
tiled floor, gas wood burner within an inglenook fireplace and
delightful views over the garden and the valley beyond.
To the other side of the kitchen is a dining room which
benefits from ample character with exposed beams and
timbers; there is also a very useful storage area under the
The drawing room is large and spacious with high ceilings,
exposed beams and joists; there is a large Inglenook fireplace
to one end with a gas fired stove within a flagstone hearth.
The staircase to the first floor is found in this room, as is the
formal entrance porch and a side door leads into a recently
refurbished utility room with sink, plumbing for washing
machine, ample storage, as well as a door to a ground floor
The first floor has four principle bedrooms, two occasional
bedrooms and are serviced by two family bathrooms. A
secondary and turning staircase by bedroom five/study turns
down to an alternative entrance porch.
The gardens and grounds extend to approximately 0.37 acres
and whilst predominately lawn it has many mature shrubs,
trees and plants. Immediately adjoining the property is a
gravel patio area with far reaching westerly views across
Worcestershire and into Herefordshire.
Within the gardens are a large garden shed, greenhouse and
secondary shed (slightly dilapidated). There is also a large
gravelled parking area and a prefabricated single garage.
ROUTE TO THE PROPERTY
From Worcester continue along the A4103 in a westerly
direction towards Herefordshire, passing through the villages
of Bransford and Leigh Sinton. Continue to the top of the hill
into Storridge noting the B4219 on your left to Great Malvern
and as you ascend the hill, you will note on your right hand
side a car dealership, take the next right signposted Suckley –
3 miles and the property will be located 3/4 of a mile on your
left hand side as indicated by the Agents For Sale board.
(If you reach the Prancing Pony on the corner in Stifford’s
Bridge then you have gone too far).
Mains water, electricity, private drainage, LPG gas central
heating, broadband and telephone available.
Malvern Hills District Council, tel 01684 862151
Council Tax Band: G
The property is freehold although purchasers must make
their own enquiries via their solicitor.
The information contained within these particulars prepared
as at August 2013.
4 Foregate Street Worcester Worcestershire WR1 1DB
Tel 01905 611066
Fax 01905 29258
Email [email protected]
Halls (Worcester) LLP and any Joint agents for themselves and for the Vendors of the
property whose Agents they are, give notice that (i) These particulars are produced in good
faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No
person in the employment of or agent of or consultant to Messrs Halls has any authority to
make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii)
Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor Plans and photographs are for
guidance purposes only and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It
must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation
consents. A list of the Partners of Halls is available for inspection at each Halls Office.