Historic Grade II-listed former public house in Worcestershire has two luxury homes for sale

Three luxurious homes have been created after the redevelopment of an historic Grade II-listed former public house in rural Worcestershire.

With one already taken, the two remaining dwellings are now being marketed for sale by Nicol & Co.

The impressive properties called The Barrels and Stone House have been carefully crafted out of what was latterly known as The Talbot public house in the beautiful village of Hartlebury.

This huge 17th century farmhouse became The Dog Inn for many years, with an old turnpike road next to it known as Dog Lane, was then renamed the Dealers’ Inn in the 19th century before emerging as The Talbot.

The Barrels is a three-bedroom family home carefully positioned around what was once the hostelry’s entrance and offers a generous 2,500 sq ft of accommodation.

The entrance through The Talbot’s original door opens into a spacious hallway leading to a lounge and a second large room serving as a kitchen, dining and family area, with lots of natural light and leading directly out to the rear garden.

There is also a three-part cellar accessed from the hallway that’s been converted into various spaces that could be an entertainment room, a gym or cinema room.

As well as three bedrooms upstairs, one of which is en suite, there is a family bathroom and a mezzanine area which could be a library or office. The Barrels is available for offers over £425,000.

The Stone House is four-bedroomed family home that features an attractive guest bedroom suite and master bedroom with en suite, and it’s available for offers over £350,000.

Matt Nicol, managing director of Nicol & Co, the expanding estate agency has offices and operations in Droitwich Spa, Worcester and Malvern, said: “We really are very proud to be marketing The Barrels and the Stone House for sale.

“Both properties have been thoughtfully and sympathetically created within The Talbot’s Grade II-listed building and have retained great character and charm while offering all the latest utilities and facilities for modern day living.

“Hartlebury is a picturesque village that lies between Kidderminster and Worcester with good commuter links via the A449, and with the M5 motorway easily accessible.

“It’s surrounded by rolling countryside but also has rail links to Birmingham, Worcester and even a direct train into London Marylebone from Kidderminster.

“The much sought-after village has a public house, church and post office which is over the road from this exclusive development, a good primary school and a Grade I-listed castle that dates back to the 13th century.”

Full details of both The Barrels and Stone House can be found https://bit.ly/31e3LYb.

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For further information, please call:

Matt Nicol, Managing Director, Nicol & Co, 226 Worcester Road, Droitwich Spa, WR9 8AY

Tel: 01905 799072

Notes to Editors

Established in 2009, Nicol & Co is an award-winning estate agency offering advice on sales, lettings, new homes and land purchase. The company combines the latest in digital media with traditional high street courtesy and service to provide the perfect blend of old and new technology.

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