Worcester Road

Harvington, Kidderminster

  • 6

    bedrooms
  • 3

    bathrooms
  • 4

    receptions
  • Grade II listed period property
  • Expansive private land with woodlands and a trout pond
  • Beautiful Worcestershire countryside location
  • Large detached barn
  • Pasture land and stables
  • Renovated to a high standard
  • Handmade bespoke country-style kitchen
  • Large walk-in pantry
  • Two cellars

Offers in excess of

4775 sq. ft.

Email the team

01905 734720

Please quote reference number AGC130262

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About the property

An extensive Grade II listed family home offering extensive accommodation, hidden way in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside set in 22.85 acres of gardens and grounds.
  • Grade II listed period property
  • Expansive private land with woodlands and a trout pond
  • Beautiful Worcestershire countryside location
  • Large detached barn
  • Pasture land and stables
  • Renovated to a high standard
  • Handmade bespoke country-style kitchen
  • Large walk-in pantry
  • Two cellars
Property Snapshot

This 15th Century property is steeped in history having several adaptations throughout the centuries and has been extensively renovated to create the perfect country home with all the accommodation a family could need.

Situated off a country lane, a long driveway brings you to the rear of the property. Here there is parking for several vehicles and an integral double garage attached to Bellington House Barn which provides additional accommodation from the main house.

The walled front garden has well established herbaceous boarders and a charming path approaches the black and white country home leading to the grand heavyset front door.

Entrance hall
Moving into the property there is a long entrance hall with exposed timber beams and a solid oak staircase adding character to the room and setting the tone for this period property.

The hall houses a useful cloakroom tucked away from the main living space and doors follow through to the drawing room, morning room and a half cellar.

Drawing room
Situated to the front of the property is the large drawing room which features one of the oldest parts of the home, a Medieval fireplace with settle seats and a log recess.

The room has parquet flooring and is neutrally decorated highlighting the original wooden beams.

Morning room
Towards the rear is a bright and inviting morning room with more exposed beams, striped solid oak flooring and panelled walls to dado height with a wooden shelf alcove.

A feature open fireplace is situated in the corner of the room and a door leads onto the rear terrace.

Snug
At the other end of the property is a cosy snug with charming characteristics such as exposed beams to the walls and ceiling. There is an open inglenook fireplace with a large canopy hood as well as windows that overlook the terrace and rear garden.

Dining room
The large dining room is full of character with many timber beams and ample room for a ten-seat dining table.

Kitchen
At the rear of the property is the kitchen breakfast room. This room acts as the heart of this thriving home, with a bespoke handmade country-style kitchen, and a large breakfast area with a glass sky lantern flooding the room with natural light.

There are robust red quarry tiled floors and wall and floor mounted units under a hardwood maple work surface incorporating a Belfast sink. Appliances include a white oil-fired twin oven Aga, an integrated dishwasher and wine fridge.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a boot room with butler sink and two doors to the outside, from here access is granted to a large walk-in pantry, laundry room and another cloakroom. To the side of the breakfast room is an inner hallway with stairs to the first floor.

There is also a door to the dining room and a well-appointed library area. A set of double doors off the breakfast area leads onto the terrace where the boiler room is located, and steps follow down into a cellar offering ample storage space.


? First floor
Upstairs the first floor comprises of four double bedrooms and two family bathrooms all radiating from the split level landing.

Master bedroom
The master bedroom overlooks the extensive rear gardens and benefits from an ensuite shower room.

Bedroom two
Also situated to the rear of the property, this bedroom suite There is a staircase to a charming attic with wooden floors and features painted and exposed beams and a fitted cupboard. rustic beams, making an ideal space for a gaming or hobby room.

Family bathrooms
The two family bathrooms service the four bedrooms.

Bathroom two has a walk-in shower, heritage bath and wash basin, and a separate low-level WC.
Bathroom one has a bespoke cast iron roll top clawfoot bath, a low-level WC, and a wash basin.

Bedrooms three and four
Located at the front of the property, these bedrooms are both good-sized rooms.

Bedroom three has a closed ornamental fireplace and bedroom four has a vanity sink.

Second floor
A standalone staircase rises to bedroom five and a sitting room landing. This double bedroom has vaulted ceilings, features a priest hole and can access the loft.


Gardens and grounds
The rear enclosed gardens offer a tranquil escape with a terrace adjacent to the property perfect for al fresco dining or entertaining family and friends.

An extensive lawn flows from the terrace with mature trees and shrubs planted towards the end of the garden.

Wider grounds
Beyond the lawn and through a gate is a hard surface tennis court, large grazing paddocks and woodland of mixed deciduous trees with a large freshwater lake. This woodland provides a substantial amount of privacy and offers much entertainment with the potential to fish, swim and explore. Totalling approximately 23 acres of grounds the possibility for activity is endless.

Stables
The well-built and recently re-roofed timber stables consist of three loose boxes, feed room and a tack room and can be accessed by right of way through the adjoining farm buildings.
Several good-sized fenced paddocks sit just above the woodland next to the stable block.

Bellington House Barn
This lovely red brick and tile barn offers versatile accommodation and ample storage space. With appropriate planning the barn could provide perfect ancillary annexe/living accomodation.
The ground floor has a double garage, an office room and five storage areas varying in size one of which is currently used as a secure workshop. Upstairs to the west end of the barn, there are four rooms, two cloakrooms and two kitchenettes.

This space would make an ideal commercial office creating the opportunity to produce rental income. At the other end of the barn is a huge games room with its own staircase running into a storeroom. The barns exposed timber trusses add character to the room and there is ample space for a billiards and table tennis table.?

? Services
Mains water and electricity, private sewerage, oil-fired AGA and boiler. Plus, high-speed broadband connection.

The owners have invested significantly in the infrastructure of this home, including a new central heating system, boiler and oil tank.

Council tax band - G.


Reservation Fee - refundable on exchange

A reservation fee, refundable on exchange, will be payable by the Buyer to Andrew Grant Sales Limited prior to issuing the Memorandum of Sale and marking the property as Sold Subject to Contract. This fee will be reimbursed upon Exchange of contracts. The fee will be retained by Andrew Grant Sales Ltd to cover costs in the event the Buyer withdraws from the purchase other than as a result of:

1. Any structural issues arising from any survey
2. Serious defect in the seller’s legal title
3. The local searches reveal any matter that has a material adverse effect on the market value of the property that were previously undeclared or unknown

The reservation fee will depend on the level of your agreed offer for the property:

an agreed offer under £500,000 will be £500 inclusive of vat
an agreed offer between £500,000 and £1,000,000 will be £1,000 inclusive of vat
all agreed offers over £1,000,000 will be £1,500 inclusive of vat