Tucked away, with only one other immediate neighbour, and available for the first time in over 50 years, a detached two-bedroom cottage set in gardens and grounds of just under 1 acre, with approved plans for extension.
Tucked away location
Set in 0.8 acre
Currently two bedrooms
With planning to extend
Some former outbuildings
Situation and Description This delightful former holiday cottage occupies a lovely position, in south Herefordshire, and is surrounded in the main by farmland. It’s set on a quiet lane with only one immediate neighbour and has easy access to the cathedral city of Hereford, which lies only a 10-minute drive away and offers an extensive range of facilities.
The cottage itself has been in the same family for over 50 years stands in well-stocked cottage gardens with an adjoining orchard and a range of now dilapidated timber and corrugated iron buildings. Planning permission has recently been approved to extend the property, which would enlarge the existing accommodation, if required. Application Number: 191462.
On arrival, a front porch provides access to an entrance hall with doors leading to a comfortable living room with a newly installed Rayburn and windows overlooking the front gardens. There is access to a kitchen, with a range of fittings, and a door to a good-sized bathroom/utility space. The sitting room is a good size with a tiled fireplace and fitted wood burner, dual aspect and picture rail. From the hallway a staircase leads to the first-floor landing, which has ample space for a study area, and two good sized double bedrooms, overlooking the gardens to the front.
Outside; to one side, a gate provides access to a path that passes a modern timber garage/workshop. The gardens are a good size and include a summer house and greenhouse as well as a further lawn area interspersed with a variety of trees and well-stocked floral borders. A pathway continues to an orchard, with a variety of apple trees, a range of dilapidated outbuildings and bounded along one side by a small brook. In addition, there is separate access from the lane.
Services and Considerations - mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, electric 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 tbc. EPC tbc. Tenure freehold.
Directions From Hereford, proceed initially on the A49 in a southerly direction towards Ross on Wye. At the traffic lights, adjacent to the Broad Leys public house, turn left into Holme Lacy Road and at the next mini roundabout turn right towards Little Dewchurch and Hoarwithy. Continue out of the city and after driving through an avenue of trees turn right to Twyford and Ridgehill. Continue on this road, keeping left, for approximately half a mile and take an unmarked track on the left immediately before a bungalow (Red Brook) and continue along this lane. The nest is the second property on the left-hand side.
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