Standing in an elevated rural position, enjoying outstanding far reaching views, a three-bedroom detached bungalow set in gardens and grounds of just over one and a half acres.
With far reaching views
Set in 1.6 acres overall
Quiet rural location
Nearby village with facilities
Parking & garage
Viewing highly recommended
Situation and Description Pan’rama is situated on a small country lane on the fringe of the well-serviced Herefordshire village of Madley. The property stands slightly elevated and benefits from far reaching southerly and westerly rural views across rolling Herefordshire countryside. It lies within a brisk walk of the centre of the village, and its host of amenities, which include a primary school, public house and village stores, to mention a few.
A particular delight of the Pan’rama, apart from its setting and views, is the fact that it stands in gardens and grounds of just over one and half acres. The property itself is surrounded by its own mature gardens, which provide ample parking and a single garage and, at the far end of the garden, there is gated access into the large paddock.
Internally, the property has been let over a number of years and now requires some improvement. However, the sizeable accommodation, centred around a large open hallway, makes it ideal for a wide range of buyers and is ready for immediate occupation.
A recessed porch, with a beautiful stain glass door, gives access into the large hallway. Off this lies three good-sized bedrooms as well as a sitting room to the rear, which in turn leads through to a conservatory that takes in the views across the garden and surrounding countryside. At the far end of the hall is a family bathroom. The kitchen/breakfast room could be enhanced upon but is complimented by a further room which would be ideal as a utility room or study. Off which is a small cloakroom with wc.
Services and Considerations Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage and oil fired central heating. 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 E. Tenure freehold.
Directions From Hereford city, proceed west on the A465 towards Abergavenny. Continue on this road, leaving the city, and passing Belmont Abbey on the right-hand side. Just past the Abbey, turn right to Clehonger and Madley. Continue on this road and on entering the village of Madley, proceed into the centre and turn right at the crossroads by the church, signposted to Canon Bridge (2 miles). Continue along this road and Pan’rama will be found on the left-hand side, just after approximately half a mile.
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