- Stunning Border Oak 4 Bedroom Detached House
- Double Carport & Gardens
- Underfloor Heating + Ensuite Shower Room
- Offered With No Onward Chain
A Charming Detached 4 Bedroom Border Oak House at the Edge of the Village of Pencombe, Only Four Miles from Bromyard.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Kitchen/Dining Room – Utility Room – Cloakroom – Pantry – Master Bedroom With Ensuite Shower Room – Three Further Double Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Double Bay Oak Framed Carport – Front & Rear Gardens
Built in 2008 as one of a pair, this attractive Border Oak house is constructed of an oak frame with brick side elevations under a clay tile roof. The accommodation is arranged over two storeys, with entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen dining room, utility room, pantry and cloakroom to the ground floor. There are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and ensuite to the first floor. Typical of a modern oak framed property there are exposed beams and timbers throughout the property. All of the windows are double glazed with oak frames and there is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
Situated in the popular rural village of Pencombe, 4 miles from the historic market town of Bromyard. Pencombe has a public house, primary school, church and village hall. Excellent local leisure pursuits are available throughout the area, which provide endless opportunities for walking, golf and riding. Nearby Hampton Court is a fascinating 15th century medieval castle with 1000 acres of parkland and award-winning gardens. Further amenities and schools can be found at nearby Bromyard with wider amenities at Hereford and Worcester. Main line rail links are available at Hereford 12 miles and Worcester 18 miles. M5 & M50 motorways 21 miles away.
Bromyard 4 miles, Leominster 11 miles, Hereford 13 miles, Worcester 18 miles.
(All distances are approximate)
The property is approached via a part shared driveway off a quiet village lane. There is a generous gravelled driveway with double carport and a grassed bank with a mature oak tree at the front of the property. Entrance comes via a covered porch with oak front door opening into a spacious entrance hall with engineered oak flooring and wrought iron wall lights, on the left is the sitting room, on the right kitchen dining room, and oak stairs with storage cupboard below leading to the first floor are opposite the front door.
The sitting room spans the depth of the house and has a double aspect with windows at the front of the property and glazed French doors onto a rear terrace, at the back of the house. There is engineered oak flooring, wrought iron wall lights, and a brick lined inglenook fireplace with oak mantle and stone hearth.
The kitchen dining room has a double aspect with windows at the front and glazed French doors opening onto the rear terrace. The kitchen benefits from an oil-fired Aga (not connected) and has fitted wall and base cupboards topped with oak work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. There is an electric hob with stainless steel extractor hood above and double electric ovens below. There is a large ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap below the front window, and space for a dishwasher.
Next door to the kitchen is a utility room with ceramic tiled flooring with worktop with inset stainless steel sink. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge freezer. A boiler cupboard houses a Worcester oil-fired boiler and pressurised hot water tank. There is a pantry with fitted shelving, downstairs cloakroom and external side door.
Upstairs there is a large bright landing with windows spanning the full width providing an outlook into the garden and countryside beyond. There are three bedrooms of a similar size each with fitted cupboards, a master bedroom and a family bathroom. The bathroom has ceramic tile flooring, a shower over a bathroom, W.C, sink and heated towel rail. The master bedroom overlooks the front of the property and has the benefit of an ensuite shower room with large shower cubicle, W.C and sink and roof light providing natural light.
To the rear of the property is a garden and south facing terrace spanning the width of the property with mature climbing roses. The garden is lawned with an assortment of small trees and fruit bushes. It is bound by a mixed species hedge, stock fencing to one side and a timber fence to the other. There is a small storage shed and a gravelled path from the rear garden to the front driveway, passing the side door.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘E’
All Mains Services
Oil Fired Central Heating
Double Glazing & Underfloor Heating Throughout Ground Floor
From Ledbury, take the A438 towards Hereford for approximately 4 miles. Turn right at the Trumpet crossroads onto the A417 for 8 1/4 miles. Turn right, signposted Pencombe and Lower Hope. Follow this lane for 3 miles. Swalcliffe House is on the right hand side of the lane, shortly after passing the primary school.