OIRO £650,000

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Property Description

An absolutely charming delightful sunny cottage garden, well stocked with brimming borders.  An array of stunning plants, fruit trees, Apple, Medlar, Mulberry,Plum and shrubs, with colours straight off a painters palate, producing a spectacular display. Quintessentially a fine example of an English country cottage, with climbing rose adorning the external wall. A real sun trap and most private. Within the garden which wraps around the cottage you find a greenhouse, wooden shed, well, fish pool, detached garaging and rear brick storage shed. Set within circa half an acre of garden, with the immediate area surrounded by wonderful flora and fauna and is adjacent to Hartlebury Common, which is a protected SSSI (Site of special scientific interest).It is understood the property was under the Hartlebury Castle Estate in the distant past, with rent being paid to the bishop of Worcester.The property isnt listed, however it is believed that the original part of the building is 17th century, with a record of a dwelling in situ circa 1660. The current owners have been in situ for around 22 years and have loved everything about the home, gardens and the location, however, it is now time for a new direction.Internally the cottage oozes charm and character with a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, original doors and locks etc, red quarry stone flooring, which compliments the more modern fittings and fixtures. Majority double glazed, (only two tiny no double glazed windows are in situ) with gas central heating under a British Gas service contract. The heating being supplemented by a Clear View Wood burning stove, together with a striking Esse Ironheart wood fired stove/cooker.    Previous occupants of the property were a brick maker- with the possibility that some of those handmade bricks still remain! A warrener ( A keeper of Rabbits) and a Miller, which ties in with the mill opposite in the lane.The accommodation flows well with spacious entrance hall, two reception rooms, breakfast kitchen, cloakroom utility and four first floor bedrooms, the principle having en suite and dressing area. All rooms having exposed beams and timbers.Ideal location for commuting, with easy access to the A449, M5, Worcester and beyond. A short distance from Stourport Town Centre, with the River Severn, canal and the canal basin, one of the largest in the country. A few minutes on foot to a small convenience store.  Now is time to pass the custodianship to another. Viewings are therefore essential to appreciate the location and accommodation alike. There is no upward chain offered buy the current owners.Â

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Titton Lane
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: L809134
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