Residential For Sale £475,000 Guide Price - House
Plot 2 – Fruiti
Featuring a mezzanine ﬂoor master bedroom suite this well designed unit incorporates the best principles of modern day living.
Living and Dining 6.90m x 6.50m max 3.23m min – 22’7” x 21’3” max 10’7” min Kitchen 4.00m x 2.93m – 13’1” x 9’7” Utility 1.88m x 1.67m – 6’2” x 5’7” Bedroom Two 2.97m x 2.93m max — 9’8” x 9’7”max Bedroom Three 2.85m x 2.82m – 9’4” x 9’3”
Bathroom 2.82m x 2.15m – 9’3” x 7’10” Garage 5.90m x 2.90m – 19’4” x 9’6”
Bedroom One 6.90m x 5.10m into eaves – 22’7” x 16’8” into eaves Ensuite 2.47m x 1.39m – 8’1” x 4’6”
General • Smooth cream painted walls • White ceilings • Chunky white skirting and architraves • Oak veneered internal doors • Contemporary chrome door handles • Terrestrial and satellite TV points • Quality Grey PVCu framed double glazed windows
Kitchen and Utility • Superb choice of kitchen units, handles and work surfaces* • Stainless steel double oven and hob • Stainless steel cooker hood • Stainless steel splash back • Integrated Fridge Freezer • Integrated Dishwasher • Quality sink and drainer
and to match work surface • Inset lighting • Ceramic tiled ﬂoor
Heating • Air source Central Heating • Underfloor and Thermostatically controlled. Radiators to first floor • Thermally insulated walls and ceilings
Bathroom and Ensuite
• Beautiful white bathroom sanitary ware • Chrome taps and ﬁttings • Sparkling choice of Ceramic wall tiles* • Inset lighting
• Security alarm • Security locks to windows • Smoke detectors • Exterior lighting to front and rear • 10 year new home warranty
• Turf and landscaping to gardens • Gravelled driveway • Up and over garage door • Power and lighting to garage • Outside tap
*subject to stage of construction
Hallow one of the most desirable places to live in the Midlands. Not just our view but the Sunday Times too in its supplement on 22nd March 2020 ‘ Best Places to Live in the Midlands… Hallow is only a couple of miles from Worcester, but has a real village atmosphere, with a green, a pretty church and a lively community.’ And there is more, it has a fantastic independent village shop with fresh local produce, a friendly post oﬃce and stores and a luxurious 17th Century Inn ‘The Crown’ offering unrivalled modern day hospitality and delicious cuisine. The renowned village school is very popular and offers ﬁrst class primary education whilst Hallow lies within ‘The Chantry’ catchment for secondary schooling, an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ mixed Academy situated in the village of Martley. Pre-school is provided by the playgroup in the village hall.
Open countryside is right on your doorstep with an abundance of footpaths and bridleways to explore. There are picturesque riverside walks where you can enjoy a pint and a platter at the Camp Inn at Grimley, a traditional unspoilt public house offering good homemade pub grub and a selection of local beers and cider. Their gardens overlooking the Severn are a must on a summers day with its menagerie of ducks, chickens and peacocks.
The playing ﬁelds at the heart of the village provide a football pitch in the winter months and cricket in the summer. There is a well kept children’s playground and an assault course complete with zip-wire for those a bit older.
There are several community gatherings including the WI, the Hallow Village Community Group, which organises amongst other things the annual village summer fayre, Scouts and Guides in purpose built premises and an annual pantomime performed by local villagers. Maypole dancing features on the village green where there is also a pumpkin festival at Halloween and a special Christmas visit from Santa on the back of a tractor and trailer. The Hallow Horticultural Society holds an annual ‘open-garden’ weekend attracting visitors from around the area