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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Bodenham, Hereford, HR1 3HS

Under Offer £449,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Over 1 Acre Plot inc Paddock + Stables
  • Beautifully Presented Throughout
  • Stunning Spacious Kitchen Extension
  • Wood Burning Stove + Master Ensuite Shower

Full description

An Immaculately Presented Victorian Detached 3 Bedroom House in a Popular Village Location with Paddock and Stabling for Equestrian Pursuits.

Porch – Hallway – Sitting Room – Cloakroom/Utility Room – Kitchen / Dining Room – Master Bedroom with Ensuite - 2 Double Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Garden – Shed – Tool Store – Stabling Block – Paddock

Encapsulated within this red-brick Victorian house is a completely renovated, modern and stylish family home, yet offering traditional touches such as solid Oak doors that beautifully harmonise modern family life with this period property.  It has surprisingly extensive grounds that provide stabling and paddock to delight all those pony-mad. 

Nestled at the edge of the village the property is bordered by a babbling brook beyond which lies acres of apple orchards appealing to both dog walkers and riders. Lying 9 miles from Hereford, Bodenham offers a wealth of amenities including Primary school, shop, Post Office, doctor’s surgery, a vibrant village hall but also activity venues such as Golf course, tennis courts and Sailing club.  


The Property

Stepping from the sheltering, front Porch into the wide Hallway, with its grain-detailed, engineered wood flooring leads on into the lovely sized Sitting Room. 
A light and airy room enjoying twin windows and featuring a focal fireplace with multi-fuel Stove sat atop a red brick hearth, which to one side has a deep alcove with display shelving. 

To the end of the hall lies a Cloakroom/Utility room, a highly useful space housing the combi-boiler, with space for washer and dryer, storage and a downstairs WC and basin. Opposite is a large closet with plenty of storage neatly tucked under the stairs.

The Kitchen and Dining Room make an exciting, open-plan area cleverly divided by an Island unit. The Kitchen is fully-fitted in white units warmed by a solid Oak countertop, it has an Rangemaster cooker with ceramic hob, an integrated dishwasher, large Belfast sink and plinth floor heater for the lovely, riven slate, tile flooring.       

These tiles with underfloor heating continue into the Dining room, featuring a deep alcove and flooded by light from twin windows and double patio doors that open directly onto a stone-paved patio and further to a large outdoor dining area in the private gardens.

The Master Bedroom is a very well-sized, with views over the rear garden, it also has underfloor heating and large double built-in wardrobe. The Ensuite shower room is stylish tiled in travertine with a large walk-in shower enclosure, heated towel rail, WC and basin.

Bedroom 2 is a good-sized double, charmingly retaining the original fireplace and has village views across to the distant hillside. The second double, a light and airy Bedroom also enjoys those same views.

The large Family Bathroom has a free-standing roll-top bath with centre-mounted taps and shower attachment, the traditionally styled, white suite is completed by WC and basin.

The upstairs landing allows hatch access to the loft storage and cleverly utilises space to provide a large built-in wardrobe.    
 

Outside

The driveway to the front of the house offers ample off-street parking while behind secure wooden gates lies a sweeping drive to turn and park the horse box, proceeding all the way to the modern Stable block, incorporating 2 stables and tack room. Discreetly tucked to the side is a walk-in container providing a secure Tool Store, while opposite is a large Shed ideal for hay or more general garden storage. The long paddock extends to the far, bordering brook. Closer to the house lie two patio areas while retaining walls enclose flower borders and encircle an open expanse of lawn.   


Practicalities

Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘E’
Gas Central Heating and Double Glazed Throughout
Mains Electricity, Gas, Water and Private Drainage
Broadband is Available


Directions

From Hereford city, turn onto the A438 Commercial Road towards Worcester. At the roundabout on the far side of Aylestone Hill, take the second exit to Bodenham/Sutton St. Nicholas. Drive 6 miles to the edge of Bodenham, the property is on the right hand side.   
 


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Added on Rightmove:
07 June 2016

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