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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Woodseaves, Eardisley, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR3 6LY

Under Offer £349,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Self-Contained Detached Studio Annex / Office / with Holiday Let Potential
  • 2 Double Bedrooms and Single Bedroom
  • Beautiful Mature Gardens Full of Fruit Trees, Flat Lawns and Patio Area
  • Surrounded by Scenic Rural Views

Full description

A Charmingly Authentic and Recently–Renovated Victorian 3 Bed Detached House with Exciting Studio/Annexe Enjoying Lovely Rural Views and Set Amid Own Orchard Garden.

Entry Hall – Sitting Room – Dining/Family Room – Kitchen – Traditional Larder – Utility/Boot Room – 2 Double Bedrooms – Single Bedroom – Family Bathroom – Studio/Annexe – Summerhouse/Workshop – Orchard and Gardens 

Orchard Cottage is a delightful rural property basking in lovely views of open countryside, with dog-walking trails from the doorstep. The house pleasingly retains many period features, melded-in renovation with modern notes without jarring the traditional feel. While set in the gardens, the Studio offers an array of possibilities for home-working, artisan pursuits or luxury self-contained accommodation for friends, family or guests.  

Lying under 2 miles from the thriving village of Eardisley with shop, Post Office, and two pubs while Church Barn farm shop, Whitney on Wye sells local produce and famed local artisan bread and has tea rooms and children’s play area. Approximately 7 miles away are the market towns of Kington and Hay-On-Wye, particularly bustling with visitors at Festival time.  


The Property

To the left of the Entry Hall with its practical, old world stone flags that run throughout much of the downstairs, lies the Sitting Room, with idyllic rural views from the original casement window, made cosy by engineered wood flooring and wood-burner set atop a stone slab hearth. The fireplace is flanked by shelving for books and treasured artefacts, with built-in cupboard for the concealment of the TV.  

The Dining/Family Room enjoys an open-plan flow into the Kitchen, while the pots and pans of preparation are cunningly concealed from view behind a raised counter. This space forms a malleable and exciting hub for family life, with Scandinavian stove providing both the comfort of flickering flames and the slow-cooking of winter delights. 

The Kitchen has a Belfast sink, space for range cooker and pale ‘bistro’ splash-back tiling, fitted bespoke cupboards with solid wood countertop featuring marble insert, perfect for hot pans or rolling pastry. 

The walk-in Pantry built for traditional cool food storage, is north-facing with a top mesh window panel and retains its original cold slab and open shelving.  

Lastly the large Utility/Boot Room with external access to the rear gardens features open shelving and below the countertop, space for dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. It also houses the oil-fired boiler and boxes for the new electrics. 

Upstairs original wooden floorboards feature throughout, with the 2 Double Bedrooms enjoying south-facing countryside views. Both good-size, the first Double Bedroom additionally has a built-in closet with twin opposite windows that flood the stairs with light.  While the second retains its original cast iron fireplace. 

The Single Bedroom would prove a delight for any child with a private space tucked away under the eaves. 

The Family Bathroom features full bath with a side-mounted mixer tap with cradled shower attachment, built-in storage and is completed with pedestal basin, WC and heated towel rail.                           

Studio / Outbuilding - The timber-clad Studio fronted by wooden patio beneath rose-draped pergola, comprises a two room Annexe with Kitchenette and further Shower Room. It is heated by new energy-efficient electric heating, with a wood staircase accessing a mezzanine providing ample storage in the large main room. The second room has two large windows and a practical run of built-in worktops. Currently configured for twin home offices, it offers myriad options for home-run enterprises, from artist’s workshop to holiday lets and Airbnb.   


Outside

The driveway to the side offers ample parking, while the mature productive gardens provide a traditional array of fruit trees including rarely-seen Medlars and Perry pears.  The Summerhouse has power and makes an excellent Workshop.  


Practicalities

Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘D’
Oil-Fired Central Heating
Mains Electricity, Water and Private Drainage
Super-fast Broadband is Available 


Directions

From Hereford city centre take the Brecon A438 road, at the Whitecross roundabout take the second exit onto Kings Acre Road and continue straight for 12 miles. Proceed straight onto the A4111 Kington/Leominster road in about 1mile in the centre of Eardisley village turn left at the Tram Inn onto Woodseaves Road. In just under 1 mile bear slightly left at the intersection, continue straight until finding the property on the right.


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Added on Rightmove:
01 August 2016

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