Orcop, Herefordshire

House - semi-detached
Ref: 
5463

£400,000Asking price

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NigelHighfield

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A brick/stone traditional farmhouse in this delightful rural area of south Herefordshire well placed for the city, Abergavenny, Ross-on-Wye and also Monmouth. The property stands in an elevated position enjoying wonderful views along the valley to Orcop as well as to the North over Saddlebow and Orcop Hill.
The accommodation is oil central heated and offers much character having exposed beams, old floorboards as well as fireplaces. There are four bedrooms with large kitchen/diner, sitting room plus a further reception room with shower and second kitchen/breakfast room which could easily form studio accommodation.
There are about 5 acres of land including a small orchard, old walled garden needing renovation and a small wood and fish pool. Off the courtyard a range of useful workshop/storage buildings.
Well placed for Abergavenny, Monmouth & Hereford, also convenient to Hereford Steiner Academy.

Situation

Orcop is a scattered rural area in beautiful south Herefordshire well placed for the towns of Ross-on-Wye and Abergavenny as well as the City of Hereford. The nearest neighbourhood facilities are in the village of Pontrilas and Ewyas Harold approximately 4 miles away where there are butchers, shop, public houses, village hall and Church.

Accommodation:

Accommodation in detail is as follows:-

Reception Hall

With exposed floorboards, understairs cupboard, stairs to first floor, door to rear.

Kitchen/Diner 5.09m x 4.25m (16'8" x 13'11")

With range of light wood fronted units with wood worktops with inset double bowl sink, double glazed windows to front and rear, wood flooring, solid fuel Rayburn, recess to arched alcove, inset shelving, further cupboards and open shelving.

Sitting Room 3.82m x 5.20m (12'6" x 17'1")

With double glazed window to front and rear, fireplace with wood burning stove, stone hearth, exposed beams, radiator and door through to:-

Living Room 5.18m x 3.19m (17'0" x 10'6")

Steps down, double glazed window to front, door to outside, mezzanine floor over part of the room forming storage area and cupboard housing oil fired central heating boiler.

Inner Hallway

With plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window.

Shower Room

Having shower cubicle with shower, Low flush
WC, wash hand basin and double glazed window.

Second Kitchen 3.05m x 3.05m (10'0" x 10'0")

With wood units and wood work surface area, 4 ring gas hob, oven, stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink, double glazed windows with views over valley and door to outside.

First Floor Landing

Being L shaped with part exposed plank flooring boards, double glazed windows and fitted cupboard.

Bedroom 1 4.28m x 5.12m (14'1" x 16'10")

With double glazed window with fine distant views to the rear, radiator, recessed cupboards and plank floorboards.

Bedroom 3 3.83m x 3.21m (12'7" x 10'6")

With double glazed window to the front, radiator and second door back to landing.

Bedroom 2 4.21m x 3.20m (13'10" x 10'6")

With double glazed window to the front, radiator and recess.

Small Inner Landing with door to

Bedroom 4 3.00m x 3.40m (9'10" x 11'2")

With double glazed window with views and radiator.

Bathroom

Comprising bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, radiator and double glazed window

New room

From the First Floor Landing ladder style stairs lead up to three attic rooms providing useful storage space, Velux windows.

Outside

The drive also extends to a rear private courtyard from where both the house and the neighbouring cottage can be accessed. The courtyard has raised beds of shrubs and a well.
To the side of the cottage there is a large three bay garage with two furthermost bays being sold with the Farmhouse. There is light and power.
Opposite there remains an old stone cottage and there are the remains of an old stone barn and arch through to the side gardens and land. There is a walled garden crying out for restoration which in turn leads through to further paddock and the area of woodland with fish pool. There are delightful views

Directions

Leave Hereford 5 miles south along A49 turn right onto A466. Go through Wormelow and after 1 mile take right turn to Orcop. Continue uphill and down past the Fountain pub eventually to a small crossroads opposite Orcop Church. Turn right and follow for just over a mile and the property will be on the left.

Agent's Note

The adjoining cottage is also for sale separately or could be sold as a whole. Please ask the agent for further details.

Services

Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Solar panels

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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