- Beautifully Presented Throughout
- Period Features
- Double & Secondary Glazing
- Low Maintenance Garden
A charming semi-detached stone cottage recently refurbished throughout, creating a stylish home, full of character and close to Bromyard town centre.
Porch - Kitchen / Dining / Living Room - Inner Hall - Conservatory - WC Utility - Two Double Bedrooms - Family Bathroom - Attic Room - Small Outbuilding - Private Garden
Situated on the eastern edge of the popular market town of Bromyard, the property overlooks the Bromyard Downs and plain of the River Frome. Believed to date back to the 1800s, the property is constructed of local stone with a slate roof, it has delightful period features including the original Gothic stone arch windows, and stone label moulds above. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, on the ground floor, there is a porch, open-plan kitchen-dining-living room, inner hall, conservatory, WC utility room. On the first floor there is a large landing, two bedrooms and family bathroom. There is also a useful attic room accessed via a hatch on the landing.
The town itself is on the Herefordshire Worcestershire border, giving it excellent road links to the City of Worcester and M5 motorway, as well as Ledbury, the M50 motorway, and the City of Hereford. The town boasts its own theatre/cinema, a great range of shops, pubs and excellent schools.
Access comes via an attractive mono pitched porch with arched windows and Victorian pattern tile flooring. A part glazed internal door opens into an impressive modern open plan space occupying most of the ground floor, with the kitchen, dining area and living room in one.
The property have been beautifully refurbished to balance modern styling and convenience with the character and charm of the original features. It feels light and airy with sharp crisp finishes throughout. The main room has a triple aspect and notable features include the engineered oak flooring, exposed ceiling beams, fireplace with multi fuel stove and marble tile inlay and the beautiful arched windows.
The kitchen area has a granite worktop with inset stainless steel sink with shower mixer tap above. There are modern fitted base units and space for an American style fridge freezer. A five ring Smeg range cooker and Smeg dishwasher are available by separate negotiation.
Glazed folding doors open into an inner hall with the stairs leading to the first floor and a door leading into a large conservatory. There is a downstairs WC/utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and countertop above. It has stone effect ceramic tile flooring and an attractive reclaimed beam over the window.
The large uPVC conservatory has white washed engineered oak flooring and side door opening into a small courtyard with a small external storage building, formerly a privy. Opposite are double doors that open onto the side and rear garden.
Upstairs there is a large carpeted landing with timber double glazed windows, overlooking the garden. There are deep modern oak windows sills, which feature throughout due to the impressive thick stone walls of the property. A hatch with folding steps leads to a useful carpeted attic room with skylight window. Original stripped pine panelled doors lead to the bedrooms and bathroom.
There are two double bedrooms featuring the original leaded arched windows at the front of the property. These have secondary glazing and overlook the River Frome plain on the opposite side of the road. The larger of the two bedrooms has a cast iron fireplace and exposed wall beams. The second bedroom has a small fitted cupboard, housing an Ideal Logic combi boiler, fitted in 2013.
The stylish and generously proportioned bathroom has exposed original floorboards and modern roll top bath with central shower taps. There is a traditional style pedestal sink with mirror above, with integral lighting. There is traditional style WC and walk-in double shower with a large rose head shower and secondary hand shower. The walls are part clad with tongue and groove panelling and there is a traditional style towel radiator.
To the front of the property is a low level wall with cast iron railings. There is a gravelled area up to and around the side of the property with sufficient space to store a vehicle (note - no dropped curb). A stone retaining wall wraps around from the side to the rear of the property. Steps at the side lead to the terraced garden at the rear, mostly gravelled with flower beds and a south facing terrace at the top.
There is unrestrictive on street parking near the front of the property.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band 'C'
Mains Gas, Electricity, Water & Drainage
Gas-fired central heating throughout
Timber Double Glazed Windows and Secondary Glazing
Fibre Broadband Available
Off the A44, on the eastern side of Bromyard, near the bottom of the hill, is Sherford Street (B4203), The turning is at a triangular traffic island featuring a cider press and stone mill. Turn left if coming from Hereford or right if coming from Worcester. The property is the first on the left.