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Newton St. Margarets, Hereford

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Cwm Clyd is a characterful detached property with handsome stone elevations, gorgeous mature gardens and grounds, multiple additional outbuildings and plenty of original features. The position and its acreage affords good control of surroundings with vistas of its own grounds and beyond. The area is very special and continues to attract huge interest which only compounds the desirability of what is a superb lifestyle property.

The ground floor accommodation flows from an impressive dining hall, with beamed ceilings, quarry tiled flooring and traditional feature fireplace with log burning stove. The sizeable sitting room adjacent also has a beamed ceiling and another attractive fireplace with log burner, as well as having convenient access out to the garden. Alongside is a ground floor bedroom/dining room, benefitting from a bright bay window with tranquil garden views.

The kitchen features wall and base cabinetry and storage solutions, double ovens and a large gas hob. It also enjoys the use of the adjacent cool larder, with various bespoke cupboards, leading to the well-appointed utility room.

Completing the floor is a generously sized additional store, a boiler room and a cloakroom.

The first floor provides further flexible living spaces, the mezzanine landing with its exposed wooden floorboards flowing into a dual aspect family room. The principal bedroom is a good size, with integrated cupboards, high ceilings with exposed timber supports, while the third, dual aspect bedroom and a modern shower room complete the accommodation.

The house position within its plot means extension is easily feasible and the outbuildings provide scope for conversion (subject to necessary consent).

General
Local Authority: Herefordshire
Services: Private drainage, private water supply, mains electricity, broadband available, 4G via EE Council Tax: F
Tenure: Freehold
Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation.
Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

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Nestled on the banks of the Golden Valley
and surrounded by some of the county’s most
beautiful countryside, ideal for walkers and
cyclists, Cwm Clyd lies near to the small rural
community of Newton St. Margarets, close to the Black Mountains, Offa’s Dyke and the Olchon Valley.

The nearby villages of Longtown, Ewyas
Harold and Peterchurch offer a good range of
day-to-day amenities including village shops, public houses, GP surgeries and popular primary
schools.

The eclectic and vibrant market towns of Hay-on-Wye and Abergavenny offer more comprehensive amenities.

Located on the River Wye, the cathedral city of Hereford has a pedestrianised shopping area with a comprehensive selection of boutique and High Street stores such as Waitrose together with independent cafes and restaurants, a good range of services including leisure centre and pool, a hospital, cinema and museums.

The area offers a good selection of state schooling including Ewyas Harold Primary School and Kingstone and Fairfield High Schools together with a wide range of noted independent schools including Hereford Cathedral School, Haberdashers’ Monmouth, Christ College, Lucton and Rougemont.

The property enjoys beautiful private gardens and grounds, set in undulating and peaceful countryside. Its front-facing paved terrace offers the perfect spot to enjoy the southern aspect which features a stunning mature willow, and a variety of climbing plants adorning the stone-built wall which encloses it.

A driveway leads up to the property, with plenty of parking available. The range of outbuildings and house create a courtyard feel, enjoying the gardens and grounds falling away to the brook. Within the L-shaped outbuilding are a garage, garden stores, wood store, a large workshop and a stable with tack room alongside.

Stepped sunken paved terraces around the handsome property provide further opportunity for al fresco dining and enjoying the private position. whilst the rest of the grounds are largely laid to lawn and feature well-stocked flower borders, established trees and shrubs, a woodland area and stream, as well as an expanse of land and paddocks.

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Newton St. Margarets, Hereford

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