A remarkable development comprised of sensational mews townhouses, a barn conversion and impressive apartments.
Located in the village of Great Witley, Worcestershire’s Malvern Hills is home to a beautiful Grade II listed building immersed in history. Hundred House is a unique development home to 16 residential units, with over 50% already sold. HCT Homes and Bramham Properties have collaboratively ensured meticulous attention to detail, creating incredible homes with modern day luxury’s while honouring the historic charm of the building.
HCT Homes and Bramham Properties began careful restoration of Hundred House in 2018 and assured an abundance of period features were retained and restored. Initially the property developers had to tackle planning issues due to the building being Grade II listed. HCT and Bramham overcame the initial difficulties by using their many years of experience and perseverance to produce a development they are proud of. This development is now home to 11 luxurious apartments, 4 townhouses and a stunning barn with a private garden. This plot encompasses a beautifully landscaped courtyard, access to a private gym and the security of entrance gates. All residential units have 2 allocated car parking spaces with the townhouses also benefiting from double garages.
Hundred House dates back to the eighteenth century when it was built by Lord Foley, the owner of Witley Court. The previous Inn is mentioned in the parish register as early as 1653. The name “Hundred House” originates from centuries back when the inn was a collecting house for the tithes gathered from districts in the Doddingtree Hundred, covering roughly forty villages in the Northwest of the country. This historic charm is encapsulated in all properties, with original bricks restored and used in production.
Ancient hostelries in the country were of special importance, acting as the “hub of the wheel” of social activity where meetings, dances and sporting events took place. The Hundred House served a large area between the River Severn and the river Teme, being recognised as one of the most popular hotels in the country – a noted landmark, indicated on signposts and milestones in the area.
Hundred House is an integral part of the surrounding community, with the hotel holding weddings and family functions as well as being a fantastic place for everyone to socialise and come together. In its previous life, The Hundred House served a large area between the River Severn and the river Teme, being recognised as one of the most popular hotels in the country.
Hundred House is a fundamental part of the local community with many of the locals having fond and sentimental memories of this impressive building. The hotel held important events such as weddings and provided a remarkable venue for socialising over the decades. Adding to the history of this building, Hundred House was also the location of county justice, housing a court room and cell accommodation from 1790 until 1872. In 1890 the Great Witley & District Farmers Club was formed whereby fortnightly meetings were held at Hundred House. The area which now acts as the car park, was used to hold stock sales together with an adjoining paddock.
In order to retain the history of this development, HCT Homes and Bramham Properties will be restoring the Inn by bringing to life Henry’s bar. Henry’s bar will provide a hub for locals, serving the development of homes with private dining as well as the wider community.
All residential units are integrated with SMEG appliances: hob, oven, microwave, dish washer and washer dryer. HCT and Bramham ensures immaculate finishes and detail on all elements of these residential units. As well as finishing quality, HCT and Bramham pride themselves in consideration of the environment and ensuring all developments are as energy efficient and responsibly sourced as possible.
Hundred House is a truly majestic building full of monumental history. Still a landmark in the local community, preserving the wonders of the past with the exquisite beauty of the future.
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