Moccas, Hereford

House - detached
Ref: 
4700

£425,000Guide price

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NigelHighfield

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A detached standalone stone / brick half-timbered cottage in a tucked away location in rural west Herefordshire. The property is set well away from main roads and accessed via a vehicle track and stands in cottage gardens from where there are attractive views across farmland. The accommodation is oil centrally heated and briefly comprises reception hall, 4 reception rooms, kitchen, utility, bathroom and to the first floor 3 bedrooms and ensuite shower. In addition to the gardens there are paddocks in total extending to approximately 8 acres with a substantial modern style barn. The property would be of particular interest to buyers wanting to hobby farm or with equestrian interests.

Situation

Moccas lies approximately 14 miles west of Hereford towards Hay-on-Wye. Moccas is renowned for its old deer park with its veteran and ancient trees as well as some delightful surrounding countryside. The nearest neighbourhood amenities are in Madley or Dorstone with more comprehensive shopping in the centres of Hereford and Hay-on-Wye.

Description

A detached standalone stone / brick half-timbered cottage in a tucked away location in rural west Herefordshire. The property is set well away from main roads and accessed via a vehicle track and stands in cottage gardens from where there are attractive views across farmland. The accommodation is oil centrally heated and briefly comprises reception hall, 4 reception rooms, kitchen, utility, bathroom and to the first floor 3 bedrooms and ensuite shower. In addition to the gardens there are paddocks in total extending to approximately 8 acres with a substantial modern style barn. The property would be of particular interest to buyers wanting to hobby farm or with equestrian interests.

Accommodation

Canopy porch with door to:

Reception Hall

Having exposed beams and stonework. Stairs to the first floor.

Living Room 3.55m x 5.40m (11'8" x 17'9")

With brick fireplace, windows with view, oakwood flooring.

Family Room 3.81m x 3.40m (12'6" x 11'2")

With exposed beams. Door through to

Sitting Room 3.76m x 3.17m (12'4" x 10'5")

A room full of character with woodburner, stone fireplace, exposed beams and bay window.

Kitchen / Breakfast

Breakfast area 3.04m x 4.35m (10'0" x 14'3")

Breakfast area with archway through to:

Kitchen area 3.46m x 2.96m (11'4" x 9'9")

With range of pine units, solid fuel Rayburn, work surface, space for range cooker, 1.5 bowl sink.
Door through to:

Utility Room 3.70m x 1.87m (12'2" x 6'2")

With units, work surface, plumbing space for washing machine and door to outside.

Bathroom

Comprising bath with shower over, wash hand basin, WC low level suite.

From the Reception Hall stairs lead to

First Floor landing

With exposed beams

Bedroom1 5.73 x 3.69m max (18'10" x 12'1" max)

With fitted wardrobes, ensuite shower with shower cubicle plus wash hand basin and WC low level suite.

Bedroom 2 3.21m x 3.81m (10'6" x 12'6")

With exposed beams.

Bedroom 3 3.04m x 3.66m (10'0" x 12'0")

With wash hand basin and cupboards.

Outside

The property has a vehicular right of way across the neighbours field leading to a 5 bar gate and in turn to a parking area next to a large outbuilding. The domestic gardens surround the property with paved area and path from where there are delightful views over countryside and the gardens are primarily laid to lawn with various shrubs and bushes. To the north east there is an approximately ½ acre paddock with a pool. To the rear, as previously mentioned, there is a parking area.

Large 3 bay outbuilding 9.15m x 18.50m (30'0" x 60'8")

Which adjoins 3 good sized paddocks ideal for horses or hobby farming. Closer to the house there is a mobile home. In all the property sits in approximately 8 acres.

Services

Private water and drainage, mains electricity, oil fired central heating.

Tenure

Freehold

Directions

Leave Hereford south on the Abergavenny Road A465 taking the turning right towards Clehonger and Madley B4352. Follow through the villages of Clehonger and Madley as well as Tibberton and Blakemere. Once in the village of Moccas at the small crossroads next to the War Memorial take the turning left into Woodbury Lane. Follow the lane all the way to its end, bearing left around the corner into Woodbury Farm. Cross the courtyard to a 5 bar gate. Follow the track across the fields to the cottage.

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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