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Hundred House at Great Witley is a stunning Grade II listed building steeped in a wealth of history which has been lovingly restored to create an exclusive collection of luxurious modern homes.

The developers, HCT homes, have, with meticulous attention to detail, created incredible homes with all the modern day luxuries but have also honoured the importance of such a building as Hundred House and have restored and retained an abundance of period features, charm and character within the properties, complementing the history of this magnificent building.

This unique development encompasses a beautifully landscaped courtyard, accessed by secure gates and will comprise of 11 luxurious apartments, 4 beautiful townhouses and a stunning barn with a private garden. 

Residents have access to a private gym on the development which will be exclusively for their use. All the properties will have 2 allocated car parking spaces with the townhouses also benefiting from double garages.

An exquisite development of 16 luxurious apartments, mews houses and a barn ranging from one to four bedrooms, surrounding A stunning landscaped courtyard, with private residents gym

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Bringing history back to life

The Hundred House at Great Witley, stands at the junction of Worcester Road & Stourport Road. It is a Grade II listed building.

The present building dates back to the eighteenth century when it was built by Lord Foley, the owner of Witley Court to replace an estate inn on the same site. The previous Inn is mentioned in the parish register as early as 22nd September 1653.

The hotel name originates from centuries ago when the Hundred House was a collecting house for the tithes gathered from districts in the Doddingtree Hundred, which covered approximately forty villages in the north-west of the country (In the Domesday Book the Dodding tree Hundred consisted of thirty-eight manors).

Ancient hostelries in the country were of special importance. To a wide district they were 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 and was recognised as one of the most popular hotels in the country.

It was a noted landmark, being indicated on the signposts and milestones within a wide radius. The present building was built by Lord Foley to provide more convenient and up-to-date premises for the gentry who were attracted to the district with the expansion of Witley Court.