A delightful Grade II Listed refurbished cottage, together with gardens and paddock, extending in all to approximately 1.75 acres (to be verified). NO ONWARD CHAIN. *** FACETIME VIEWINGS NOW AVAILABLE ***
From Hereford proceed on the main A49 towards Ross on Wye. At the Broadleys traffic lights turn left onto the Holme Lacy Road. After a short distance at the mini roundabout turn right , signposted Little Dewchurch and Hoarwithy. Upon reaching Little Dewchurch at the village green, turn left as for Bolstone and Holme Lacy and thereafter continue for half a mile, down the hill where the property can be found on the right hand side.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
The property enjoys a wonderful rural location, yet is convenient for numerous local and regional centres including the nearby village of Little Dewchurch, Holme Lacy, Hereford, Ross on Wye and Monmouth. The M50 motorway, at Ross on Wye provides excellent national communications.
The property itself is a totally inspirational refurbishment to the very highest standards and provides flexible accommodation and comprises as follows:
ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Original style entrance door to
and cloaks area through to
COUNTRY STYLE KITCHEN
with paved floor, bespoke handcrafted country kitchen with work surface space, twin deep china sink, mixer taps, plumbing for dishwasher. Walk in Pantry. Bush double oven and grill with eight ring calor gas hob. Recess. Further handcrafted work surface space. Open plan through to
DELIGHTFUL LIVING ROOM
with exposed timbered stanchions, paved floor, large Inglenook fireplace with raised stone hearth, original bread oven, useful recess and alcoves. Concealed and wall lighting. Open plan to
MAGNIFICENT GARDEN ROOM
in dried oak, paved floor, traditional radiator, beautiful views, double french doors, feature glass illuminated well. To the far side of the kitchen area is
LOBBY AND RECESS
with plumbing for automatic washing machine, steps down to
with wash hand basin.
with paved floor, traditional radiator, part stone elevation. Attractive Scandinavian styled electric stove with flame effect, brush chromed light switches.
Stone stairway with cast iron handrail to
ON THE FIRST FLOOR
with original timbers, useful recess. Boarded floor.
with boarded floor, pitched window, part pitched ceiling. Useful storage cupboards. Fireplace and wood burning stove.
with pitched window, part pitched ceiling, exposed timbers.
SEPARATE STAIRCASE TO
with boarded floor, ¾ length picture window, pitched ceiling, exposed timbers.
with reconstituted limestone floor, under floor heating. Contemporary style oval bath. Circular sink unit on oak plinth. Close coupled WC. Wide bore shower with curved screen. Feature diamond window. Exposed timbers. Beautiful views. Access to loft.
Immediately adjoining the property is a lean-to workshop and store with gas fired boiler. Built in pump system for bore hole with UV water steriliser. Timber and corrugated dutch barn with concreted floor and further personal access to the front, block plinth and divider walling providing extremely spacious and useful storage.
The lawned gardens to the property situated to the rear are terraced with screened calor gas tank, further productive terrace vegetable gardens. Additional lawn. Wildlife area. Septic tank. The gardens are enclosed within a hedge and post and rail surround.
To the front is a gravelled seating area, with wicker fence and planted hedge. Gravelled car parking area for two cars with double gated access.
To the far side of the council maintained roadway is gated access to a paddock and a compartment of Norway Spruce, Larch and deciduous trees forming a convenient shelter belt, in total the pasture and gardens extend to approximately 1.75 acres (to be verified)
Mains electricity. Private water. Private drainage. LPG central heating.
Herefordshire Council 01432 260000. Tax Band D.