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Cherry Orchard Barn,

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Wow-Factor barn conversion in Hartlebury within close proximity to Hartlebury Train Station.

Property Snapshot
  • Wow-factor barn conversion
  • Far-reaching countryside views
  • Underfloor heating downstairs
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Close Proximity to Hartlebury Train Station
  • Ample parking
Andrew Grant are proud to offer this stunning and recently converted barn conversion. The property has been converted and modernised to a high standard, and offers light and airy accommodation throughout. In brief the property comprises; living room, mezzanine, fully fitted modern kitchen with pantry and boiler cupboard, utility, three bedrooms, master with en-suite, family shower room and ample parking to the front. All with the added benefit of underfloor heating downstairs and double glazed windows, some with fitted blinds. If you want to live in this delightful barn call us now to arrange your viewing.

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This historic town is synonymous with carpet making in the 1950s there were over thirty manufacturers in the town. There's now a museum showcasing the industry's history as well as some beautiful design examples.

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