Generous detached property full of original detailing with a charming character, occupying an excellent position in this attractive village
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This impressive Vctorian red brick former school and headmasters house provides four bedrooms and highly attractive accommodation, and is set in a rural position in the small village of Broxwood. The accommodation features good dimensions and high ceilings to the generous reception spaces. Elegant architectural detailing, such as arched doors and windows, and fireplaces which add character to this simply charming property. On the ground floor there is a comfortable sitting room, with an open fireplace and two tall original school windows, which welcome plenty of natural light. Double doors lead to the family room, which has a woodburning stove, while there is also a formal dining room. The kitchen and breakfast room bursts with light, particularly in the morning, and features wooden parquet flooring and farmhouse style units in grey as well as a Rayburn which is the heart of this room. Upstairs comprises 3 bedrooms to the front of the house, with family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms overlook open countryside. The fourth bedroom/dressing room/study and bathroom at the rear has annexe potential with its own stairs and outside door to the garden.
Local Authority: Herefordshire Council 01462260000. Council Tax: D. Services: Mains water, drainage and electricity. Central heating via oil fired boiler. Superfast broadband available Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Agents note: The vendors are related to a member of Strutt and Parker.
This property has 1 acres of land.
The property is set in beautiful grounds, with wooden gates opening onto a gravel driveway, which leads to the house, double garage and parking area. There are two further outbuildings a workshop and a stable, while the gardens surrounding the property are mostly laid to lawn, with hedging, flowerbeds, and a variety of shrubs. To the southern aspect is a paddock and a large, very well tended and much loved vegetable garden. The paddock is an adaptable parcel of land which includes fruits trees and over the years, has seen both sheep and hens. It enjoys separate vehicular access off the private drive to the property. The grounds occupy a superb position with views to every aspect. About an acre in all.
The property is located in the picturesque Herefordshire village of Broxwood, The black and white villages of Weobley and Pembridge are only a short drive and provide a number of everyday amenities, including several pubs, cafes, restuarants, butchers, post office, primary schools and high school, village hall. The bustling market town of Kington, five miles away, offers further including the excellent Cloud 9 Health Club and Pool at the Burton Hotel. Hay-on-Wye is only a short drive, offering interesting shops, cafes and the well known literary festival. The Cathedral city of Hereford provides all the amenities one would expect, and a direct train to London in under 3 hrs. The A44 is easily accessed and provides a link to the nationwide road network, while Leominster station offers mainline rail links.
From Hereford take the A438 west and then join the A480. Proceed through Stretton Sugwas, Brinsop and Yazor. Just after Sarnesfield turn right signed to Meer and Broxwood. Continue for 1.8 miles into Broxwood. The property is on your left, turn immediately left and left again into the drive.Read all
- Sitting room, family room, dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room with adajcent utility and pantry
- Four bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Garage and workshop
- Landscaped gardens and a paddock with stable
- About 1 acre
- EPC rating F
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