On a no-through road, on the outskirts of the city, a five-bedroom detached 1930s house standing in large and beautifully presented gardens.
Detached five bedrooms
Three reception rooms
Easy walk to city
Beautiful rear gardens
Garage and parking
No. 25 Ranelagh Street is situated on the western outskirts of the cathedral city of Hereford. It has excellent facilities, not only close by, but it’s also within easy reach in the city centre. Ranelagh Street is a no-through road with no. 25 being towards the end, making it relatively quiet, with good tree lined walks into the city centre.
The property was built in the 1930s and is full of Arts and Crafts detail, so much so that it has been mentioned in Nikolaus Pevsner’s book of Herefordshire. The spacious accommodation is well laid out over two floors and, along with the fabulous gardens, has been a much-loved home over the years by the current owner.
On the ground floor a large porch gives access to a central reception hall with a delightful staircase to the first floor. There are two principal reception rooms both with fireplaces housing gas fires, the one to the rear includes a charming bay-window with French doors overlooking the garden. There is access to a large kitchen which in turn gives access to an adjoining breakfast room with a glazed door again leading to the garden. In the hallway there is a large walk-in pantry cupboard and externally there is an integral single garage which can be accessed via the breakfast room. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, some have built in wardrobes, but all of which are supported by a bathroom and separate shower room.
Externally, the property is approached from two separate driveways giving it ample parking. One leads to the integral garage to the right and the other drive also gives access, via a pedestrian gate, through to the rear garden. This is surrounded by mature fencing, original brick walls and hedging, thus affording the property a good degree of privacy. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and are beautifully laid out and include a wide variety of shrubs and well stocked floral borders. To the rear of the house, is a delightful potting shed with gardener’s toilet which could be incorporated in the main house if required.
It would be fair to say that purchasers would want to the make their own mark on this delightful home, however, its location and the accommodation it has to offer, makes it an ideal family house with good schooling and facilities on the doorstep.
Services and Considerations mains water, electricity, drainage and gas. 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 E. EPC tbc. Tenure freehold.
Directions From Hereford proceed out of the city in a westerly direction on the A438 Whitecross Road towards Brecon. Continue on this road, passing Plough Lane on the right and after passing Ingestre Street on the right take the next right turn into Ranelagh Street. Continue along Ranelagh Street and no. 25 is the penultimate property on the left-hand side.
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