4 bedroom detached house for saleGarway Hill, Herefordshire
Sold STC £367,950
- Porch, dining room study
- 30ft lounge with inglenook
- breakfast kitchen with range
- 4 bedrooms, bathroom
- Detached garage/workshop
- Mature gardens -superb views
A detached country cottage with stunning uninterrupted panoramic views over open fields to the rear and standing within attractive, mature, partly timbered gardens extending to about 0.42 of an acre. Originally a stone cottage the property has been extended to provide family size accommodation including a character partly beamed sitting room with inglenook and superb views, dining room, study and breakfast kitchen. Upstairs are 4 good bedrooms and bathroom. To the side is parking and a detached garage and workshop.
The gardens which are some 225ft in length were obviously a fine feature at one time and, with a little work could be returned to their former glory. At the far end is a separate gated entrance and there is potential, subject to consent, to build s second garage/workshop or studio.
Entrance Lobby - Double glazed entrance door. Slate floor. Double glazed side window. Door to Dining Room and door to:
Fitted Cloakroom - White suite comprising low level WC and a vanity unit with marble top and inset wash hand basin with mixer taps. Slate floor. Recessed downlighters. Rear window.
Dining Room - 16' x 12'9 (4.88m x 3.89m) - Wide double glazed window. Stairs off to first floor underneath which is a built-in store cupboard. Wall light points. Door to Sitting Room and a 3'10" opening to:
Breakfast Kitchen - 16' x 9'2 (4.88m x 2.79m) - Two double glazed side windows and a pair of double glazed doors out to the rear terrace and with wonderful views. Range of pine units with matching worktops which incorporate a Belfast-style sink with mixer taps. Floor cupboards and drawers and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Fitted 'Nobel' oil-fired kitchen range in British Racing Green.
Outstanding Large Lounge With Wonderful Views - 30' x 10' max (9.14m x 3.05m max) - An outstanding room with a wonderful view to the rear through a virtually entirely glazed wall incorporating a sliding patio door and with panoramic views over a wide area towards Hereford and the Welsh hills. To the opposite end is a most attractive stone wall with Inglenook fireplace with glass-fronted woodburner on a raised hearth and with a timber beam over a recess with space for the old bread oven. Partly boarded floor. Part-glazed door to:
Sitting Room/Study - 11'2 x 9'7 (3.40m x 2.92m) - Double glazed windows in three elevations including the wonderful view to the rear. Door to front. Partly-boarded floor.
On The First Floor - Approached via stairs from the Dining Room to the cottage LANDING with wall light point and double glazed Velux rooflight.
Bedroom One - 16' x 9'8 (4.88m x 2.95m) - Double glazed side and rear windows both with fine views. Attractive partly sloping ceilings. Bedside reading lights.
Bedroom Two - 12'8 x 10'10 (3.86m x 3.30m) - Double glazed rear window, again with wonderful views. Wardrobe recess with hanging rail. Recess with fitted wash hand basin and cupboard.
Bedroom Three - 10'3 x 9'3 (3.12m x 2.82m) - Double glazed window and double glazed Velux rooflight.
An Ideal Guest Or Teenage Bedroom Comprising: -
Lobby/Dressing Area - Built-in cupboards and door to:
Bedroom Four - 11'3 x 9'6 (3.43m x 2.90m) - Double glazed gable window. Two double glazed rooflights.
Large Bathroom - White suite comprising enclosed steel bath. Pedestal wash hand basin with upstand and tiled splash. Matching low level WC, separate tiled shower cubicle with glazed screen and bi-fold doors. Ladder towel rail/radiator. Double glazed front window.
There is a drive with PARKING for two vehicles leading to the DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP comprising: Garage 17'9 x 9') with steel up and over door, concrete floor, light socket, power points and rear window. Off to the rear of the garage is a Workshop/Boiler Room (8'8 x 7'10) housing the Worcester oil-fired boiler for heating and domestic hot water for the house. Built-in cupboards, power points, rear window and door with catflap out to the REAR TERRACE.
THE COTTAGE GARDENS WITH WONDERFUL VIEWS
The main garden area is to the side of the cottage, at a slightly higher level and, as with the cottage itself, there are wonderful panoramic views to the rear. The gardens are laid largely in the cottage style with a number of mature shrubs and trees, three GARDEN SHEDS and a separate entrance. In all, the garden is some 225ft in overall length and extends to approx 0.42 ACRES. The end of the garden is a former old orchard.
The property is in an exceptional rural location, and a regular bus route passes close by. The city of Hereford is approx 7 miles away and the market towns of Monmouth (12 miles) and Abergavenny (15 miles) providing an excellent choice of shopping, schools, recreation etc.
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