Harewood End, Hereford, HR2

£439,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Having undergone a sympathetic and tasteful refurbishment that retains and enhances all its period and characterful charm, this five double bedroom former coaching inn offers fantastic living accommodation with large level gardens extending to just over an acre. Viewing comes highly recommended.

Having undergone a sympathetic and tasteful refurbishment that retains and enhances all its period and characterful charm, this five double bedroom former coaching inn offers fantastic living accommodation with large level gardens extending to just over an acre. Viewing comes highly recommended.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Wildwood is a characterful five bedroom semi-detached house, believed, with the neighbouring property, to have once been a fine Country Inn. Throughout the property there are a wealth of exposed beams, fireplaces etc. Harewood End lies along the A49, approximately mid-way between the market town of Ross on Wye and the historic city of Hereford. Within the village there is a good pub/restaurant. There are excellent road links to the Midlands, South Wales and The West.

The property is approached via an oak framed canopied front entrance porch and oak door with decorative glazed inset. Leading to:

Reception Hall:

Incredibly light and spacious with flagstone flooring, exposed stone features. Radiator and power points. Staircase leading to first floor landing.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 27'10" x 7'7" (8.48m x 2.3m)

Two hard wood double glazed windows to side aspect with deep window display shelves. The dining area is a lovely light area with exposed ceiling timbers. Flagstone flooring continuing from the hall way. Plenty of space for good sized dining table. Ample power points throughout and open plan to:

Good sized Kitchen area: Having a fantastic range of oak fronted base mounted units with oak block work tops. Inset Belfast sink with mixer tap. Continuation of the flagstone flooring. Hard wood glazed window continue into:

Utility Room:

With double glazed window to rear aspect. Velux window providing additional natural light. Stable door opening on to courtyard. Fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units, recessed ceiling spotlights, plumbing for washing machine. Floor standing oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Ledge and brace door to walk in pantry with extensive shelving. Oak block worktops and ledge and brace door to

Shower Room:

With large Belfast sink with oak block worktop. Velux window. Arrangement of base mounted units. Walk in enclosed shower cubicle with attractive tiled surrounds and Mira Aqua mains shower.

From the Kitchen/Breakfast room, door to:

Snug Room: 14'1" x 11'6" (4.3m x 3.5m)

With double glazed windows to the rear aspect. Decorative raised stone hearth and exposed chimney breast. Exposed ceiling beams. Door to Reception Hall.

Sitting Room: 14' x 13'10" (4.27m x 4.22m)

An extremely attractive and characterful room with exposed stonework and ceiling timbers. Double glazed window to rear aspect with window seat. Inglenook fireplace with raised stone hearth and wood burning stove.

Steps leading to:

Living Room: 15'1" x 9' (4.6m x 2.74m)

With double glazed windows to front and side aspect. Recessed ceiling spotlights and door to Reception Hall.

From reception hall staircase provides access to:

First Floor Split Level Landing:

Which has roof light, large exposed ceiling timbers. Radiator and ample power points. Useful storage cupboard houses the hot water cylinder which supplies hot water. Ledge and brace doors to:

Bedroom 1: 14'5" x 11'8" (4.4m x 3.56m)

With double glazed window to the rear aspect with window seat. Recessed ceiling spotlights, exposed ceiling timbers and useful built in hanging space either side of the chimney breast.

Bedroom 2: 14'4" x 10'9" (4.37m x 3.28m)

With double glazed window to the rear aspect. Radiator, power points and exposed ceiling beams.

Bedroom 3: 14'10" x 9'8" (4.52m x 2.95m)

With double glazed window to the side aspect. Vaulted ceiling, period cast fireplace with decorative surround. Exposed ceiling beams.

Bedroom 4: 15' x 8'11" (4.57m x 2.72m)

With double glazed window to the side aspect with attractive views over neighbouring countryside. Exposed ceiling beams. Power points and lighting.

Bedroom 5/Study: 9'2" x 9'1" (2.8m x 2.77m)

With exposed pine flooring. Recessed over stairs storage cupboard with extensive shelving. Loft hatch to part boarded loft space.

Family Bathroom

Incredibly generous size having two double glazed windows to the front aspect and wooden flooring. Fitted with modern bathroom suite comprising low level WC, wood panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin with fitted towel rail, tiled splashbacks, walk in shower cubicle with mains pressured shower. Ladder style heated towel rail.

Outside:

Access to the front of the property through five bar gated entrance leading to parking for several vehicles. To the side of the property pedestrian gated entrance leads to slate path and wild meadow style borders. From the parking area access to the large level gardens which extend to approximately 1.25 acres. Well stocked with a range of fruit trees and specimen shrubs.

Garden Shed/Workshop: 19'9" x 16'7" (6.02m x 5.05m)

With double doors to the front providing parking for ride on mower, side entrance door with hard standing. From here a short walkway leads to a cookout which has hard standing and makes the ideal spot for summer dining and general entertaining with attractive views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. From here numerous sheltered pathways meander through the grounds which provide access to a Stone Barn: 23'11" x 22'7" (7.3m x 6.88m)

Small uncultivated vegetable plot with greenhouse

The garden is incredibly secure and is enclosed by stockproof beech hedging and modern panel fencing making this the ideal spot for children to play and a secure space for animals alike.

Directions:

From the centre of Ross on Wye, proceed Northerly on the A49 towards Hereford. After approximately five and a half miles, reaching the hamlet of Harewood End, proceed pass The Harewood End Inn on the right hand side. Continue on, past a small cream cottage immediately on the left hand side of the road. After passing this cottage the entrance to wildwood can be found a short distance on the left hand side just after The Cedars.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

Herefordshire

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