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Broxwood, BROXWOOD, Pembridge, Herefordshire


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A FANTASTIC HOME WITH EXISTING HOLIDAY LET BUSINESS set in an idyllic rural location near the sought after black & white village of Pembridge.

An individual and unique detached period cottage style home set in approximately 1.3 acres with a large detached barn, divided into two x 2 bedroom holiday cottages which have been running very successfully by the current owners for around 10 years and comes with a fully interactive website and potential annual income approaching £50k.

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Main House - The front door to the main house symbolises the attention to detail this wonderful house has to offer. To the left is a useful downstairs cloakroom and a door in front of you leads through to the welcoming dining room. With impressive exposed ceiling beams which create a cosy cottage ambience and yet the room is flooded with light from the window and double doors which lead on to the sun patio. The dining room adjoins the utility area which has fitted units and a feature arch that leads through to the kitchen / breakfast room. This is truly the heart of the home with ample base units and a central island, Rangemaster cooker, Belfast sink, exposed beams, windows to two aspects and a door leading to the garden and further door leading to a inner hall which provides the most impressive 'wow factor' to the home. With double height ceilings, beautifully restored wooden flooring and grand solid oak staircase with ornate and decorative railings and with decorative double doors leading through to the living room. This is room is a particular feature of the home, being of an excellent size with an imposing stone fireplace with inset woodburning stove and exposed beam lintel over. With triple aspect windows, a box window with deep sill, and double doors leading on to the patio area, exposed wooden flooring and an inviting, warm and cosy ambience.

The magnificent solid oak staircase leads to a gallery landing which provides access to the bedrooms and offers space for a small study area. The main bedroom is a grandiose room with triple aspect windows which flood the room with light and the benefit of an ensuite shower room and separate dressing area which is fitted with extensive fitted wardrobes. Bedroom 2 has dual aspect windows, exposed floorboards, fitted wardrobe and leads to an inner hall. From here, there is a bathroom which is fitted with a beautiful three piece suite which includes a roll top bath. Bedroom 3 has a window overlooking the garden.

Holiday Barns - Broxwood Barn was originally a Drover's rest and has been converted into two holiday cottages, each full of charm, luxurious fittings and facilities and finished to a very high standard with double glazing and underfloor heating throughout.
Each barn has a downstairs cloakroom and an open plan ground floor layout to include a living room, dining area and a fully fitted kitchen with fitted units and appliances, ample space to dine and entertain, relax and unwind. To the first floor of each barn are two double bedrooms and a luxury shower room fitted with large fitted shower cubicles.
Each barn has access to a covered seating and BBQ area, laundry room, a large two-storey store room with light and power and wonderful spa room with hot-tub, exposed beams and feature arch window.

1.3 Acres Grounds - A long sweeping driveway provides ample off road parking and turning facilities. The grounds measure approximately 1.3 acres and are laid to lawn with mature trees and are surrounded by open fields. There is an attractive paved sun terrace which is paved and makes an ideal area for outdoor dining and entertaining and is secluded by attractive flowering borders.

Location - The popular black and white village of Pembridge is very well catered for offering a number of public houses and restaurants, primary school, village hall, lovely village shop/tea room and church to name just a few. The popular market towns of Leominster (7 miles) and Kington (6 miles) offer a further range of amenities to include supermarkets, schooling, leisure facilities and good road and rail links to surrounding areas and nationwide.

Services - Mains electric, private water (borehole), oil heating and private drainage (bio-digester).

Council Tax Band F.

Directions - From the centre of Pembridge, take the turn between the 2 pubs The New Inn and The Red Lion. Pass Pembridge Primary School on the right. Keep left round the bend. Pass the village hall (red brick building) on the right. After approx 1 mile, pass Dunkertons Cider on the left. After approx half a mile, cross a small bridge and pass a black and white dovecote on the right. Take the next right. After approximately 1 mile, take the second turning on the left (no through road sign). At the end of this lane, bear right into the driveway through double metal gates with a house name sign on it.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) 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.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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10 November 2016

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