One of a pair of individually designed detached four bedroomed houses in a beautiful village setting enjoying complete peace and quiet yet within walking distance of the village shop and public house. OPEN DAY JUNE 15TH 1PM TO 4PM
These particulars are intended to give a fair and reliable description of the property but no responsibility for any inaccuracy or error can be accepted and do not constitute an offer or contract. We have not tested any services or appliances (including central heating if fitted) referred to in these particulars and the purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the working order and condition. If a property is unoccupied at any time, there may be reconnection charges for any switched off/disconnected or drained services or appliances - All measurements are approximate.
The Specification gives an indication of the type of finish, fixtures and fittings however may be subject to change
From the A49, heading south, go through Much Birch and note Much Birch Garage on the right-hand side. After a short distance, after a layby on the right-hand side, turn left into Laskett Lane, signposted Hoarwithy 2 miles (and the New Harp Inn). Continue into the village, and immediately before the road junction (with the New Harp Inn immediately in front of you) turn sharp left, where Callowstone and Oak House will be found on the left-hand side after a short distance.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
Currently under construction, Callowstone and Oak House (Whose names can be changed) are situated alongside a quiet country lane (in fact more horses and riders use this lane than vehicles!) within the pretty village of Hoarwithy, set in a rural location and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just outside a conservation area. With the River Wye running through the heart of the village and standing high above the village, the Church of St Catherine with its ornate Italian Romanesque style bell tower, is visible. Hoarwithy and its surrounding areas with lovely riverside walks and fishing (subject to permissions) are popular with locals and tourists alike. The village also has the benefit of the bus service running between Ross on Wye and Hereford.
Hoarwithy whilst enjoying a peaceful rural location, also has excellent access via the A49 towards Ross-on-Wye (5 miles approx.) and the A40 trunk road to South Wales, M50 to the Midlands and London. Hereford City (9 miles approx.
Feature semi-circular steps up to Entrance Porch with double glazed door, window to side and oak door with glazing set panel leading to
In more detail and with approximate measurements the accommodation comprises:
doors off to
half tiled walls, fitted with low level W.C., pedestal wash-hand basin
33’ 1’’ x 14’ 9’’ with Quick Step flooring, oak skirtings, and to the kitchen end windows to front and side elevation taking in the lovely views and fully fitted with a comprehensive range of pale grey gloss wall and base units incorporating 1.5 bowl sink unit, Corian work surfaces and upstands, built-in AEG dishwasher, AEG 5 plate induction hob with hood and extractor over, built-in AEG microwave and oven, in units including carousel, soft close drawers with cutlery rack etc, recess ceiling spots.
6’ 9’’ x 9’ 11’’ maximum measurement fitted with white gloss base units, with tile splashback, word surfaces over, inset sink unit, AEG built-in washing machine door to under stairs cupboard housing central heating controls.
20’ 6’’ x 11’ 7’’ with two windows to front elevation enjoying the views and patio doors to rear, oak threshold and oak skirtings, brushed chromed power points
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
20’ 6’’ x 6’ 9’’ opening to 11’ 1 with high ceiling up into the eaves windows to front and rear enjoying lovely views, fitted chandelier, oak stairway balustrading, newel posts etc. Cupboard housing central heating controls and loft access point.
to the rear with window overlooking gardens and views beyond. 14’ 10’’ x 9’ plus recess and door to ensuite fitted with a double sized shower cubicle with dual head shower, recess ceiling spot lights, recess low level W.C., with concealed cistern, large wash-hand basin with mixer tap over set in vanity unit with mirror fronted medicine cabinet with lights and shaver point. to the rear with window overlooking gardens and views beyond.
to the front with windows to front and side elevations taking in beautiful views including the beautiful village church, chandelier, oak door to ensuite beautifully tiled and fitted with recessed low-level W.C., wash-hand basin with mixer tap over in vanity unit with storage beneath. Mirror front medicine cabinet with shelving, lights and shaver point, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle with dual head shower, recess ceiling spotlights.
11’ x 11’ 7’’ with loft access point, window to rear elevation enjoying lovely views
11’ 7’’ x 9’ with window to front elevation, again enjoying lovely rural views
a beautifully fitted spacious family bathroom and mostly tiled walls, double shower cubicle with dual head shower, further fitted bath with centre taps and additional shower off taps, low level concealed cistern W.C. wash-hand basin set into vanity unit with many storage cupboards, mirror fronted medicine cabinet with shelving lights and shaver point
Oak House is now complete and ready for sale and occupation. Callowstone is nearing completion hence no purchaser choices remain. Please note the following gives and indication of the type of finish fixtures and fittings on Oak House and Callowstone however may be subject to change.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CENTRAL HEATING
The whole building is highly insulated beyond current building regulation standard and is fitted with aluminum triple-glazed windows as standard. The latest energy-efficient Mitsubishi air source heat pump system provides hot water and under floor heating. This is eligible for feed in tariff. This is supplemented by a heat recovery ventilation system which also controls condensation and keeps air fresh.
There are plenty of sockets throughout both of the houses and these are finished in brushed aluminum in the downstairs living areas and white elsewhere. There are telephone sockets in the living rooms. Digital aerials. Heated towel rails to bathroom and ensuite.
DECORATION & INTERNAL FINISH
Walls and ceilings are finished in neutral tones and internal woodwork in finished in white gloss.
Recessed LED down lighting to the kitchen, bathrooms and en-suites and pendant light fittings in the sitting room and bedrooms so that purchaser’s own choice of light fittings can be installed
A mains smoke detector and heat rise system with battery back-up pack is fitted as standard for additional peace of mind to current building regulations standards.
High security aluminum triple glazed with oak veneer inner porch door with mortice lock (to match with internal doors)
A ramp and disabled access are available to the rear utility room door.
Real random Callowstone in lime mortar are a particular feature to match the grade two listed surrounding buildings, on facing elevations and naturally through colored (triple washed sand) rendered elevations under pitched natural slate roof.
PARKING, GARAGE, GARDENS & LANDSCAPING
The rear gardens are turfed, with multi-native hedge species planted, of value to birds and wildlife to the rear boundary. Private Sunken Patio (with composite decking boards to maintain appearance and non-slip) with glass balustrades. External lighting. Front lawned gardens, tarmacked driveways. Single garage with small plant room to accommodate bicycle parking and the heating system and main watering harvesting system. Remote control garage light
Standard ten-year house warranty. Plus, manufacturers warranties
Strictly by prior appointment only through the agent Hunters