4 bedroom detached house for saleSharnor House, Kings Caple, Hereford HR1
Sold STC £550,000
- Regarded village
- 4 double bedrooms
- 3 receptions
- 2 bathrooms
- Large kitchen/diner
- Double garage
The property forms part of the very popular and delightful rural village of King Caple, in south east Herefordshire, and stands amid rolling Herefordshire countryside. The village has a thriving community, which includes the Kings Caple Primary Academy (Outstanding Ofsted), excellent public houses (The New Harp Inn and The Loughpool amongst many) and some outstanding walks right on the doorstep. A more varied range of facilities are available at the cathedral city of Hereford (7 miles), with its road and main line rail links to other parts of the country, Ross on Wye to the south (5 miles) with its M50 access and at Ledbury (9 miles) to the east.
Initially the property is approached from a country lane by a small private tarmac entrance with large double driveway gates, beyond which is a gravelled forecourt and grassed drive to a generous double garage, all of which providing ample parking for several cars. The front door leads into a spacious reception hall, with a vaulted ceiling, a solid wood floor, a fitted cloaks cupboard and a door through to a well-proportioned sitting room. This delightful room also benefits from a solid wood floor, windows overlooking the front aspect and fireplace with surround and hearth. The Dining room is large and lovely, with windows overlooking the gardens, and a sliding door to a large stone patio area, which seamlessly joins the house to the gardens and outside space. Also looking out to the rear aspect, is an impressive kitchen/ breakfast room, which is very spacious and again beautifully appointed. It includes an extensive range of working surfaces, fitted cupboards and drawers with built in appliances, four ring hob with extractor over, and separate oven. At one end is a generous utility space with back door plus a pantry room and side door.
From the main reception hall doors also provide access to an office/ reception and an excellent, spacious well fitted cloakroom. A banister bordered, natural wood staircase leads from the hall to the landing. Here there are doors off to the master bedroom suite, with two in-built wardrobes running the length of one wall, windows to the rear aspect, overlooking the gardens to farmland and woodland. Supporting the master bedroom is an en-suite shower room. Also on the first floor there are three further good sized double bedrooms and a separate updated family bathroom. All of the bedrooms benefit from far reaching views over the countryside and views beyond. From an inner landing, by a pull down ladder, is access to the useful boarded loft space.
The gardens at Sharnor House are quite large and have been carefully planned and designed and are now established and well stocked. They are well enclosed and include attractive stone walling and provide an excellent degree of privacy. They include a formal lawn area together with an extensive additional area of fenced grassed land, perhaps for use as a paddock. Further outside is the very large double garage which has a electric and water supply, with plenty of space in the roof for storage.
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