charming cottage located in the sought after village of Little Birch. The property
is full of character with some beautiful, south-facing elevated gardens
featuring a range of herbaceous plants and flowers. It has great potential to
be a lovely cosy cottage in this peaceful location.
cottage is located in the picturesque and sought after village of Little Birch
with its own church and inn. A stone’s throw away is the public house ‘The
Castle Inn’, and nearby are the villages of Much Birch, with doctor’s surgery,
and Little Dewchurch, both with primary schooling, public house and bus
services. In Little Dewchurch there is a village hall and some fantastic
8 miles north is the Cathedral city of Hereford offering a variety of amenities
such as supermarkets, doctor’s surgeries, gymnasium and leisure centre. The
cottage has easy access to the market town of Ross-on-Wye and has good road
connections to the M50 and the M4 at Newport.
property is fronted by a tarmac driveway offering off-street parking for two
vehicles with a large double garage having pitched roof and electricity supply.
It offers further secure storage and parking.
main residence is approached by a paved pathway up to the front patio and
Entrance Porch. It makes a lovely space for outside dining overlooking the
gardens offer a plethora of features and ornaments with water supply, together
with an old stone outbuilding. The extensive, south-facing gardens have solar
panels which provide a rateable return into the grid (the rate of return would
have to be set up by the new owner). There are verdant lawns, areas for plants
and vegetables, and herbaceous borders. Steps lead up to further gardens with
large laid lawns. It would make a wonderful garden for passionate gardeners and
is surrounded by borders offering privacy.
Kitchen has a range of matching base units, drawers, and wall cupboards, single
sink and drainer with mixer tap over and electric oven. The Living Room is a
light space with character beams and sliding doors that open up onto the patio.
Utility Room houses the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and offers a
good space for extra storage and potentially white goods.
the first floor is a full bathroom suite with bath and shower, wash hand basin
and WC. Bedroom 1 has wardrobes with cupboards above, providing a great storage
space. Bedroom 2 also has ample storage in the form of built in wardrobes with
cottage lends itself to further development (subject to planning permission) to
make three or four bedroom accommodation, and benefits from double glazing
throughout the majority of the property. It offers a wonderful foundation for
making into an idyllic country home.
Agent’s note: The greenhouse and one garden shed
are not to be included in the sale.
Services Oil fired central heating (oil tank). Mains
Electricity, Mains Water, Private Drainage (septic tank).
Easements The property benefits from having Private
Drainage over the neighbouring property.
Council Tax Herefordshire Council – Band D –
£1634.73 payable 2016/17
south from Hereford along the A49, signposted towards Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny
(avoiding low bridge) Monmouth, and Rotherwas Industrial Estate. Proceeding out
of Hereford, take the second exit at the roundabout to continue on the A49
towards Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny and Monmouth. After approximately 2 miles,
turn left off the A49, signposted towards Kingsthorne and Little Birch. Proceed
along this road for just under a mile, turning left opposite the bus shelter.
Follow this road (Barrack Hill) for approximately 0.5 miles. Approximately half
way up Barrack Hill, take the right hand turn signposted towards Little Birch. Follow
this road round to the left, passing The Castle Inn public house, and the
property can be found on the left hand side denoted by our Jackson Property For
Viewings Strictly by appointment. Please
contact the agents on 01432 344779 before travelling to check viewing
arrangements and availability.
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property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although
believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract,
that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made
without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or
representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or
warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Any intending purchaser must
satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the
statements contained in these particulars.
agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services
and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose,
neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the
freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain
verification from their solicitor or surveyor.