Bullinghope, Hereford

House - detached
Ref: 
SHP03867

£775,000Asking price

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A detached brick built former rectory situated in this delightful village setting just on the southern fringes of Hereford City and adjacent to open countryside. This impressive looking family home still retains a lot of its original character having good size rooms, fireplaces and useful cellarage. The accommodation would benefit from a little updating but offers much potential having 4 receptions and 4 bedrooms with a self-contained flatlet to the second floor. There are a range of useful outbuildings as well as formal gardens and pasture land extending to about 10 acres. Ideal for buyers with equestrian interests or hobby farming a closer inspection is recommended.

Description

A detached, brick built former rectory situated in this delightful village setting just on the southern fringes of Hereford City and adjacent to open countryside. This impressive looking family home still retains a lot of its original character having good size rooms, fireplaces and useful cellarage. The accommodation would benefit from a little updating but offers much potential having 4 receptions and 4 bedrooms with a self-contained Flatlet to the second floor. There are a range of useful outbuildings as well as formal gardens and pasture land extending to about 7.2 acres. Ideal for buyers with equestrian interests or hobby farming a closer inspection is recommended.

Situation

Bullinghope is a small village situated just on the southern city boundary convenient for shopping and everyday amenities. The property is strategically well placed to get to both Monmouth and Ross on Wye, being 16 and 13 miles respectively and from where the major roads (A40 and M50) give access to the larger centres of south Wales, Gloucestershire and the Midlands.

Accommodation

The accommodation is mainly oil-fired central heated and comprises in more detail;

Porch

With door to -

Reception Hall

Wide impressive hallway with stairs up and also door out to rear.

Study

With windows to front and fireplace.

Drawing Room

Marble fireplace with bay window.

Inner Hallway

Cloakroom

With WC low flush suite and wash hand basins.

Sitting Room

Having bay window to rear with fireplace and timber ornate surround.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

With range of timber fronted units to both base and eye level.

Pantry Room

With further cupboard.

Further

Reception Room

With old range and side cupboards.

Utility

With further range of base and eye level units, door to outside with outside Laundry Room.
Attractive wide staircase leads to

First Floor

Landing

Being of good size.

Bedroom 1

Having twin aspect, with wash basin and fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 2

Having fitted wardrobes, sink and rear views.

Bedroom 3

Having fitted wardrobes, twin aspect and sink.

Bedroom 4

Twin aspect.

Bathroom

Comprising bath, WC low flush suite, twin hand basins.

Shower Room

WC low flush suite, shower cubicle and pedestal wash hand basin.

Stairs lead up to

Second Floor

Which is currently used as a self-contained Flatlet comprising; Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom.

Outside

The property is approached via a tarmac driveway leading to a large hardstanding. The access drive continues to an extensive range of outbuildings comprising; Garaging/Workshop 43.4m x 7.8m a portal frame building with concrete floor, roller and sliding doors.
Rear courtyard with a range of brick built Storage Sheds comprising; Garden Room, Separate WC, Storeroom and Workshop. Across the courtyard is a separate Laundry Room. To the rear of these buildings and having vehicular access is a Two Bay enclosed Workshop 5.86m x 5.2m with sliding doors, power and lighting.

The Cedars has extensive gardens and grounds amounting to 7.2 acres in total, 6 acres of which is pasture land with two open fronted Field Shelters as identified on the attached plan. The balance comprises well maintained lawned areas with a number of mature Cedar trees and various mature shrubs.

Services

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

Tenure

Freehold, with vacant possession granted upon completion of the purchase.

Directions

Leave Hereford south on the A49 passing the Ambulance Station on the left. At the bottom of the bank turn left along the country lane to Bullinghope. Pass the church and after a short distance the entrance drive to The Cedars is seen on the left.

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

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