individual, spacious, two bedroom detached stone cottage that has seen recent
renovation over the last ten years to include new kitchen and bathrooms suites
and redecoration throughout. The property stands in what can only be described
as a fantastic, idyllic location with spectacular views over the surrounding
Herefordshire countryside, making for the perfect example of a quintessential cottage.
in a stunning, peaceful location in the village of Wormelow which lies between
the Cathedral City of Hereford, some 7 miles distance and providing an
extensive range of amenities, the market town of Ross on Wye approximately 9
miles distance with good motorway links, and Monmouth
& the A40 approximately 11 miles. Within the village there is a
public house, garage, shop and schooling in nearby villages.
cottage in brief comprises of a Kitchen/Dining Room, rear hallway, Boiler
Cupboard, Downstairs Shower Room, two Reception Rooms and a Front Hallway. The
first floor accommodation offers two double bedrooms and a Bathroom facility.
Living Room has a feature wood burner with stone hearth and windows to front
and rear aspects showcasing the stunning panoramic views.
spacious Kitchen comprises a range of matching base and wall units, double oven
with gas hob over, tiled splashbacks, Belfast sink, ample wooden worktops
providing a large work space, tile effect linoleum flooring, ample space for
white goods and an open porch leading outside. Off the Kitchen is a side
entrance with a cupboard housing the Worcester oil fired boiler. There is also
a Downstairs Shower Room with Mira Sport electric shower, low flush WC, and
wash hand basin with mixer tap.
second reception room has a feature fireplace with tiled hearth, and enjoys views
over the gardens and countryside. Stairs lead up to the First Floor Landing
with a door into Bedroom 1 featuring a fireplace and front and rear views, with
the second bedroom having dual aspect windows. The good size Family Bathroom comprises
a shower cubicle, bath with mixer tap, wash hand basin with mixer tap over, and
a low flush WC.
property has potential for further development, subject to planning, and benefits
from double glazing throughout.
the property is approached by a private track leading to ample parking for several
vehicles, and good size laid lawns providing intermittent views of south
Herefordshire towards the Black Mountains.
flagstone paved patio extends to the rear of the property, with character stone
walling making for a lovely place to host family and friends, enjoying the
peaceful countryside and fantastic views. There is also a garden shed ideal for
storing garden tools and utilities.
Rights of Way A public footpath runs past the
boundary of the house to the rear. However, the footpath is not on the
Services Electricity is provided by a private generator
(fuelled by red diesel which works out at approximately £900.00 for every 1 ½
years. Private drainage in the form of a septic tank. There is a private gas
supply for the cooker. Mains heating is from the oil fired boiler. Water is sourced
from Miles Higgins Farm, pumped from the reservoir. This will be separately
metered from the farm.
Council Tax Herefordshire Council – Band D –
£1671.01 payable 2017/18
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 3 miles,
turn right off the A49 onto the A466, signposted Monmouth and Wormelow.
Continue along this road for just under a mile and turn right opposite Wormelow
Garage. Proceed down the track running along the left hand side of Simply
Stunning Furniture. Turn left over the cattle grid. Continue along this track and
turn right where the road forks. The property can be 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.
Jackson Property for themselves and the vendors of the
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.