4 bedroom farm house for sale

Westhide, WESTHIDE, Hereford

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached farmhouse
  • Requires total renovation
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Brick built stables/ barn
  • 1.57 acre of grounds
  • NO CHAIN

Full description

An incredible opportunity to buy a renovation project in a tranquil rural location, this period three storey home has so much potential and is set in 1.57 acre of garden and paddocks with a detached brick built former stables / granary barn. NO CHAIN.

Introduction - This is a rare opportunity to purchase a former farmhouse that is now in need of repair and renovation. Set on the rural fringes of a picture perfect hamlet, at the end of a private lane with a sweeping circular drive and grounds to either side, it really epitomises the adage "Location. Location. Location."

The house was built in 1805 primarily of brick (part stone) under a slate roof, it has fallen into disrepair but still maintains features including: wooden floors, fireplaces, sash windows, wooden doors and quaint wall cupboards. Currently comprising: two reception rooms, hall, kitchen, large utility, cloakroom, lean to (formerly used as a garage), on the first floor are two double bedrooms, a further bedroom that could be used as a dressing room and a bathroom; to the second floor are two attic double sized bedrooms.

The grounds are overgrown, but you can see they were once set out well, with original railings to the front garden. The brick built barn was originally used as stables and there are granary steps to the first floor. The grounds extend to approximately one acre.

Property Description - The property needs complete renovation and whilst features in situ are described, all would require some attention.
A canopy porch with a part glazed door leads into the hall, this has stairs to the first floor with a cupboard under, and doors to the utility and two reception rooms. The living room has a tiled open fireplace, sash window to the front, wooden floor, beam and original wooden door. The dining room has a sash window to the front, wooden door, a stone wall with inset large fireplace with woodburner. A large arch leads into the kitchen. This has a window to the side and fitted base and wall units, a Rayburn, beam and door to the utility room. This is a spacious room with a Belfast sink and room for ample appliances. There are doors to the lean to, hall and cloakroom, again this is a large room with a two piece suite. At the rear of the property is a lean to, originally used as a garage but now more suitable for a boot room.

On the first floor is a landing with sash window to the front and doors to the two main double bedrooms, both have sash windows to the front, wooden doors and flooring, beams and a wall cupboard. One has an adjoining door and step down into a third bedroom, which could alternatively be used as a dressing room or nursery. There is a large rear landing / study area with two rooflights, airing cupboard with immersion heater and wooden doors to the previously mentioned bedroom three and to the spacious bathroom.

On the second floor is a landing area with wooden doors to the two double sized bedrooms. Both have windows to the side, beams, wooden floors and doors and some limited headroom.

1.57 Acre Grounds - Set at the end of a private lane leading onto its own drive, is this lovely property. The drive has a circular sweep at the side of the home with a mature copper beech tree in the middle. There is a garden area to both the front and back, all laid to grass with some mature apple and quince trees. The grounds are overgrown but have farmland almost all around with some lovely views. There are two paddock areas, one to each side of the house. The measurements are to be verified.

Outbuilding - At the rear of this area is a brick built barn, formerly stables with steps to the first floor area. In addition is a brick built former privy and a brick built shed.

Location - Quietly positioned in the rural hamlet of Westhide, just four miles east of the city centre of Hereford. Westhide is a small rural hamlet close to the village of Withington which has a good range of local amenities including primary school, village stores, post office, church, village hall and in the attached hamlet of Cross Keys there is a public house. There is easy access onto the A465 to Bromyard and A4103 to Worcester/M5.

Services - Private drainage. Mains electric and water.

Council Tax Band F.

Directions - Continue on the A465 road out of town and turn right at the roundabout onto the A4103 towards Worcester. Continue along this road for approximately 4 miles. Shortly after the car showrooms on the right, turn left into Withington. Follow the road straight through the village and continue on that road for approximately 1.5 miles and you will approach the hamlet of Westhide. Proceed on this road past the church, turn left by the telephone box and then immediately left into the drive.

Agents Notes - Please take care as stairs are in disrepair.

Block Viewings - Please contact our office for dates and times.

THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.
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  • Hereford (4.9 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cobb Amos, Hereford

14 King Street, Hereford, HR4 9BW

01432 486005 Local call rate

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