Little Dewchurch, Hereford

House - detached
Ref: 
4926

£520,000Asking price

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NigelHighfield

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Set in a stand alone, non-estate position, just out of the popular village of Little Dewchurch, a fine detached individual house having most wonderful distant views across South Herefordshire.

Constructed in the year 2000, the property offers well presented, oil central heated and double glazed accommodation ideal for a family providing 5 bedrooms, 3 receptions and 3 bath/showers. Most of the principal rooms enjoy delightful views. There is a wide parking area to the front and the original double garage to the side, now currently used as a large workroom. The private rear gardens are well stocked and attractively landscaped. The house must be viewed to fully appreciate the location.

Situation

Little Dewchurch lies approximately 7 miles south of Hereford in this beautiful rural area, well placed for both Ross on Wye and Ledbury as well as the A40/M50 road network giving fast access to other centres. The village has a Primary School, Church and Public House as well as being well placed for the Steiner Academy and other schools.

Front Porch

With flagstone floor being half-timbered, door through to -

Reception Hall

With Oak flooring, balustrade and stairs to first floor, double glazed window, radiator.

Cloakroom

Having WC low flush suite, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed window, Oak flooring.

Sitting Room 6.6 x 4.06 (21'8" x 13'4")

With double glazed windows, all enjoying distant rural views, fireplace with marble surround, 2 radiators, doors through to -

Conservatory 5.77 x 3.55 (18'11" x 11'8")

Being of good size, again taking full advantage of the wonderful views, double glazed windows, radiator and two glazed doors to the outside.

Dining Room 3.25 x 4.14 (10'8" x 13'7")

With Oak flooring, double glazed window to front, radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.14 x 3.9 (13'7" x 12'10")

Having a range of wood fronted units to both base and eye level, having tiled work surface with wood trim, inset single drainer sink, large electric Aga with extractor hood over, double glazed window. Door through to -

Utility 2.32 x 2.84 (7'7" x 9'4")

With work surface area with matching units to both base and eye level, Belfast sink, double glazed window, radiator. Door to

Side Passageway

With doors to front and rear.

Second Cloakroom

Having WC low flush suite, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.

From the Reception Hall stairs lead to -

First Floor

Landing

Having airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and access to loft.

Bedroom 1 6.43 x 3.46 (21'1" x 11'4")

With double glazed windows to front and rear with distant delightful views, fitted wardrobes, two radiators.

En Suite

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

Bedroom 2 4.04 x 4.34 (13'3" x 14'3")

(Max.) With fitted wardrobes, double glazed rear windows.

En Suite

With shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite and double glazed windows.

Bedroom 3 2.68 x 3.26 (8'10" x 10'8")

(Max.) With fitted wardrobes, double glazed rear windows.

Bedroom 4 2.67 x 3.30 (8'9" x 10'10")

With fitted wardrobes, double glazed window to front and radiator.

Bedroom 5 2.96 x 1.87 (9'9" x 6'2")

(Max.) Having radiator, double glazed window to front with views.

Family Bathroom

Having bath with white suite comprising bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite, double glazed window with views, radiator.

Outside

Double gates open to a wide parking brick pavior parking area with raised flower beds with walled and hedged boundary. To the one side is a small flagstone terrace with wrought iron railings, from where the view is fully appreciated.
To the side a gate leads to the rear garden to a terraced seating area with steps down to the principal lawn garden, being attractively enclosed within high mixed hedging and fencing. There is a cultivated area, flower and heather beds, pergola with climbing plants, rustic arch with stone seat as well as Greenhouse and Sun House. Solar panels.
To the side of the property is the original Double Garage 5.53m x 6.44m now being used as a Work Room but could easily be converted back to Garaging. There is a Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler, pedestrian door, double glazed windows and stairs down to a useful Cellar Room 4.25m x 3.11m.

Services

Mains electricity and water, septic tank drainage. Solar panels.

Tenure

Freehold

Directions

Leave Hereford south over the new bridge forking left on the A49 and at the Broadleys traffic lights turn left onto Holme Lacy Road. At the next roundabout turn right (signposted Little Dewchurch) remaining on this country lane until reaching the village. Pass The Plough pub on the left hand side and after a further 400 meters the property will then be seen on the right hand side.

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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