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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Sutton St. Nicholas, Hereford, HR1 3BU

Under Offer £649,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Potenial For a Large Annex
  • Orangery and Converted Stone Barn
  • Established Gardens with Mixed Fruit Trees
  • Coach House, Double Garages, Outbuildings, Barns
  • Large Flat Lawns, Pond and Summer House
  • Large Paddocks with Elevated Views
  • Mains Gas Central Heating
  • Property is Not Listed

Full description

An Immaculately Presented Georgian Farmhouse with Attached Converted Stone Barn Annex, Orangery, Coach House with Double Garages and Garden Room, Beautiful Gardens and Large Paddocks with a Sheppard Hut.

Entrance Hall – Dining Room – Large Sitting Room – 3 Double Bedrooms – Single Bedroom - Family Bathroom – Kitchen – Utility Room – Orangery – Converted Stone Barn with Cider Press - Galleried Sitting Room – Office/Annex Bedroom – Annex WC and Shower Room – Large Cottage-style Gardens Fruit Trees – Established Borders – Coach House – Gravel Driveway with Parking – Garage Vegetable Garden – Greenhouse – Collapsed Stone Barn – Stone Shepards Hut – Paddock with Gated Access

The Property:

A stunning Georgian Farmhouse of perfect proportions with attached annex and detached Coach House and land with development potential (subject to relevant planning). The property is accessed via a gated walled entrance and gravel driveway to the side of the property entering through a secondary entrance and hallway to the kitchen and utility area.

The farmhouse style kitchen has integrated appliances and separate utility room with Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and area for fridge/freezer. From the kitchen steps lead up to the Dining Room with feature fireplace and a gas fire, beautiful sash windows overlooking the gardens and period features.The Entrance Hall and staircase with period features and front door lead to gardens and path to the front of the property. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms and a single/dressing room and family bathroom. The bedrooms are all of similar good size and perfectly proportioned with original features and sash windows.Downstairs, a large family sitting room with stone fireplace, open fire and sash windows leads through French doors to the impressive orangery; with multiple doors out to patios and gardens.

The orangery (Durabuild) is light and bright with tiled floor, half-brick walls and mechanised blinds making it the heart of the home and used throughout the year. Original stone steps lead up to the stone barn conversion with millstone and annex. The barn is a mix of stone and original brickwork with flagstone flooring and solid oak windows and doors.

A galleried sitting room and separate office leads up from the impressive main area and steps lead down to a WC and shower room and there is also separate access to the garage. This office could easily be used as a 5th bedroom by taking the wall out leading into the main landing (subject to the correct permissions).

There is a walled garden area with established fruit trees, an ornamental pond and water feature and sloped gardens leading down to the formal front lawns which are framed with perennial borders and a line of fruit trees. A row of lavender and gravel path formalises the borders along the front of the house creating a picture-perfect Georgian façade.

A large Coach House abuts the south east corner of the garden and leads through to the vegetable and kitchen gardens and access to the paddock. The remains of a stone barn and complete shepherds hut shelter within the paddock provide storage and potential to further develop (subject to planning). The large paddock of approx 2 acres provides a great grazing field or simply a sense of privacy and space. Five bar gates lead from the bottom of the paddock provide access to the field from the road.


Herefordshire Council Tax Band EMains Water & Mains Gas Central HeatingPrivate Drainage Via Septic Tank
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Head through city centre onto Broad Street turning onto King Street. Take the City Walls Road and follow signs for Worcester. At the bottom of Aylestone Hill take the C1125 to Bodenham and Sutton St. Nicholas. After passing through the village of Sutton St. Nicholas continue up the hill towards Sutton Lakes. After approximately 0.8miles Old Franklands can be found on the right-hand-side through a gated and walled entrance.   

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28 May 2016

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