A large and adaptable five-bedroom period family house, with outbuildings and annexe, set in secluded grounds of just under 1.5 acres, lying just outside the cathedral city of Hereford.
Sizeable family home
One bedroom annexe
Set in 1.5 acres
Outdoor 28ft pool
Ideal for city or rural life
Lovely tree lined drive
Five double bedrooms
Good reception space
Viewing highly recommended
The property, built in 1852, lies within the parish of Burghill, which is on the north west side of Hereford. Being between the village and the city, it has easy access to the facilities of both. In the village there is a primary school, church, shop/ post office, public house, sports field with playground and also a golf course. Other nearby facilities include a doctors’ surgery, chemist, primary and secondary school, supermarket and public house, whilst a choice of shops, restaurants and leisure pursuits are available within Hereford, which has road and rail links to other parts of the country.
The house, which has been in the same family ownership for 40 years, has been extended and modified into a comfortable, spacious and airy family home. As well as cellars, it has both formal and informal reception rooms, with high ceilings and a large kitchen. There are 5 good sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus a one bedroomed self contained annexe within a courtyard of substantial period outbuildings. These have been adapted to provide garaging for several cars, storage, workshops etc. It is set well off the road, via a drive through the established gardens and grounds, which afford it considerable privacy. There are many mature trees - blue cedar, tulip and copper beech to name a few - together with lawns, flower beds, vegetable section with greenhouse, small orchard and also outdoor swimming pool.
Approached from Canon Pyon Road, the drive leads to a turning circle, complete with cider mill, at the front of the house and then continues to one side into the courtyard, which provides further parking and turning space.
Services and Considerations Mains electric, mains water, private drainage, mains gas fired central heating (oil for annexe), Full double glazing to main house, part double glazing to annexe, solar panels (site on outbuildings) and returning approximately £700.00 p/a.. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band G. EPC F & D. Tenure freehold.
Directions From the centre of Hereford take the A438 towards Brecon and continue out of the city along Whitecross Road. At the roundabout bear right into Three Elms Road onto the A4110 and continue past the Three Elms public house to the traffic lights at the top. Continue straight over the traffic lights into Canon Pyon Road and the entrance to White Roses will be found on the left hand side after a short distance
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