unique and spacious four bedroom detached property boasting character
throughout to include exposed timbering, oak flooring, aga, wood burning
stoves, timber doors and fantastic elevated views over the surrounding Herefordshire
countryside which look stunning from the balcony from the Master Bedroom. It
makes for a beautiful example of a typical Herefordian cottage.
gardens provide an idyllic setting, making a haven for wildlife, and are an
endorsement of the property’s beautiful surroundings.
off the bottom of Bredwardine Hill, set in a secluded position in the
picturesque and peaceful village of Bredwardine, close to the village of
Brobury with walks along the River Wye and views towards the Black Mountains
and Brecon Beacons. This lovely hamlet offers a village hall and church, and is
within walking distance to The Red Lion public house. The property lies only 8
miles from Hay on Wye and 14 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford providing
major railway links, restaurants, supermarkets, as well as a variety of popular
Covered Entrance Porch, an ideal space to store logs, offers access into the property,
featuring flagstone flooring and a timber door that leads into the Hallway with
original parquet flooring and ample storage.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room has lovely exposed timbers, creating a sympathetic
division between the Kitchen and Dining Area with aga. The Kitchen features
tiled flooring, windows to three aspects, a range of matching base and wall
units, integrated Indesit electric oven and four ring hobs over, Bosch
dishwasher, space and plumbing for a washing machine.
handsome Dining Room can be accessed from the Reception Hall and Living Room,
with wood burning stove and views to the rear over the surrounding gardens.
Stone steps lead up to the Reception Hall with access to a Downstairs Bathroom
facility having a beautiful roll top bath, solid oak flooring, pedestal wash
hand basin, heated towel rail and a low flush WC.
the Dining Room a door leads into the Large Living Room/Reception Room with the
main focal point being the wood burning stove with stone surround. There is
solid timber flooring and triple aspect windows with double doors that lead out
to the rear flagstone floored pathway.
door from the Living Room leads to the Sun Room with timber floors and surrounding
windows, making for a lovely office space or snug.
via its own private stairwell from the Living Room is the large Master Bedroom
Suite, complemented by an En-Suite shower facility with low flush WC, wash hand
basin and tiled splashback. Double glazed timber doors from the bedroom lead
out onto the timber frame balcony, having the most fantastic views over the
surrounding countryside and the tranquil sound of the brook flowing through the
bottom of the garden.
the Reception Hall, a second stairwell leads up to Bedrooms 2 and 3 with fitted
storage cupboards and windows overlooking the gardens to the rear aspect.
Bedroom 4 also has fitted storage cupboards in the eaves.
the property is approached by a stone driveway leading up to the ample parking
forecourt providing parking for several vehicles. To the rear of the property the
large laid lawn gardens feature ponds, mature trees, raised flowerbeds, a
timber bridge offering access over the brook, and greenhouse.
further bridge, (currently under construction), leads to the adjacent grounds
standing in approximately 1/3 of an acre.
opposite the main residence the large outbuilding, part stone and brick
construction with timber cladding, provides an ideal storage unit for all
garden tools and utilities, as well as garaging. Subject to relevant planning
permissions, it would make suitable ancillary accommodation to the main
property or even conversion into an annex, being over three floors.
Services Private drainage (septic tank), water
sourced from the spring (mains connection available) and oil fired central
Rights of Way A public footpath leads across the
rear boundary of the property.
Council Tax Herefordshire Council – Band A – £1117.59
out of Hereford on the A438 Brecon Road. After approximately 9 miles take a
left hand turn signposted Bredwardine. Proceed along this road, crossing the
river. At the cross roads, continue straight across, passing The Red Lion
public house on the left hand side. After about 150 yards, as the incline
starts to increase, turn left (denoted by a Jackson Property Directional board
and a sign saying ‘Springfield’). The property is found at the end of this
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.
13 April 2017