Hafod Road, Hereford Guide Price £600,000

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  • 6 Bedroom Victorian Townhouse
  • Immaculately Presented Throughout
  • Retaining Grand Original Period Features
  • Finished To a High Standard
  • Driveway + Detached Garage
  • Large Outbuilding
  • Offered With No Onward Chain
  • Desirable Area of Hereford City


A Gorgeous Semi-Detached 6 Bedroom Victorian Townhouse, set across 3 floors and recently refurbished throughout yet still brimming with elegant period detailing, nestled in the quiet leafy environs of most desirable Hampton Park.

Ground Floor & Basement: Rain Porch – Entrance Hall – Drawing Room – Family Room – Sun Room – Kitchen/Dining Room – Downstairs WC – Cellar
First Floor: Principal Bedroom with Ensuite Shower – 2 Double Bedrooms – Single Bedroom – Family Bathroom
Second Floor: Double Bedroom with Dressing Room – Small Double Bedroom
Grounds: Single Garage – Large Outbuilding – Driveway with Ample Parking – Gardens with Patios


This elegant property retaining its characteristic Victorian detailing has been nurtured over the last three years through a complete refurbishment benefitting from not only new bathrooms and Wren Kitchen but new Garage and last year was even re-roofed. The property now flourishes and offers a beautiful family home delighting in luxurious modern styling, with all lighting and bespoke window treatments to be included. Unexpectedly a large brick Outbuilding set deep in the gardens offers further exciting potential. With both lighting and power, it currently provides copious storage yet could be converted to satisfy any of a myriad of purposes; Home Office, Entertainment Den, Hobby/Art Room, Gym or Yoga Retreat; subject to all relevant planning permissions.

Enjoying a lovely location in the heart of the Hafod Road Conservation area - a quiet and historic zone abundant in mature trees and period properties, the house sits within easy walking distance of local shops with post office and even petrol station with Tesco’s Express. Nearby always-popular Tupsley brims with a vibrant sense of community and further diverse range of amenities; pubs, family butcher’s, GP with pharmacy and the Quarry parkland with children’s playground, Scouting HQ, dog park and playing fields hosting junior football leagues. Educationally the area boasts the full range from Ofsted “Excellent” and “Good” primary schools, Bishops Bluecoat secondary to the Hereford Sixth Form and Colleges. Even the Nuffield and County Hospitals are also nearby.


The Property

Rain Porch – The rise of three stone pillars supports the open Rain Porch sheltering the original Front Door renovated with new etched glazing.

Entrance Hall – The lovely proportions of the Hall are highlighted by the sweep of an arch drawing the eye to its decorative plaster corbels and by the quintessential Victorian original tiling to the floor. To the far end, a half-glazed door leads down red brick stairs into the Cellar offering expansive storage and potential for possible conversion. While to the side of the Entrance Hall lies the Downstairs WC.

Drawing Room – The carpeted Drawing Room is flooded with natural light from both twin windows and a feature bay, the array of original sash windows all benefit from secondary glazing and frame pleasing views out across the front gardens. The expansive sweep of the grand room is grounded by a statuesque fireplace with original black mantelpiece with subtle decorative craving, now home to a period-appropriate fire surround with textured white tile side panels and coal-effect gas fire. Originally two rooms the transition between is still denoted by the ceiling arch, readily defining areas for relaxing by the fire from a malleable zone ideal for studious reading or perhaps even for formal dining.

Family Room – The Family Room offers an inviting and more informal family retreat, ideal for relaxing before a focal fireplace with coal-effect gas fire within a period-style black surround all brought up to date by modern decorative tiles and an imposing modern metallic mantelpiece. To either side of the fireplace are fitted matching full-height bookcases with 6 open display shelves. The original sash window and French Doors open out into the Sun Room beyond and frame views into the lovely rear gardens.

Sun Room – Atop a half wall the modern addition of the Sun Room is fully double-glazed with clear glass roof. To the corner sits a fitted double cupboard offering storage while the grey, wood-effect engineered flooring offers a practical surface for seamless transition through French doors out onto the three tiered terrace with stone paved steps descending to the lower dining terrace and into the wider private rear gardens.

Kitchen/Dining Room – The fully-fitted Wren Kitchen mixes complimentary grey and white units smartly contrasted with black granite countertops. The large central island offers Butler sink with an array of surrounding storage; full cupboards to the far side and deep pan drawers with internal organisation and dividers, including spice rack, cutlery and utensil concealed inner drawers. Opposite the island there is space for an electric range cooker (with nearby gas supply reconnection possible). The extractor hood above is concealed within the overarching cupboards while flanking the cooker space are also units concealing full-height fridge/freezer, integrated Hotpoint microwave and recycling and refuse bins. De-marked by a change to solid wood countertops, the Utility zone provides both integrated dishwasher and washing machine. The triple aspect Kitchen features multiple windows all dressed with white wooden blinds with views out into the rear gardens surrounding space for a dining table. The External Door with opaque glazing opens under the shelter of an open side porch behind the solid wooden gates of the Driveway.


First Floor

Bedroom 1 – The Principal Bedroom is a lovely double with original wood flooring and enjoys twin windows sumptuously dressed with both fabric Roman blinds and curtains overlooking the rear gardens with its mature ornamental trees and majestic pine with sculptural presence. The room pleasingly retains its original fireplace with decorative tile side panels and white painted mantelpiece. The modern Ensuite completed in calm muted tones nevertheless delights in a highly decorative tiled floor and features a large shower cubicle, chrome heated towel rail and period-style WC and pedestal basin.

Bedroom 2 – The spacious carpeted Double Bedroom retaining its picture rail benefits from a lovely bay window with secondary glazing overlooking the front gardens.

Bedroom 3 – A Double Bedroom with grey painted wood floor retains its original fireplace with white painted mantel and pretty decorative tile panels, while its original sash window frames views over the front gardens.

Bedroom 4 – A Single Bedroom has a grey painted wood floor and window with wooden blind. It offers a malleable room, ideal as a Nursery, Home Office or easily reinstated for its original purpose as a dedicated Dressing Room.

Family Bathroom – The spacious Bathroom features a claw-foot full bath with both wall-mounted period-style Rainhead shower and flexible shower attachment. The suite is completed with WC, pedestal basin and period-style ceramic radiator with integral chrome heated towel rail. To the corner lies the Airing Cupboard home to both the hot water tank and gas boiler and providing shelf storage.


Second Floor

Bedrooms 5 & 6 – At the top of carpeted stairs lit by a charming pyramid glass lantern, the attic unexpectedly provides 2 further small Double Bedrooms with characterful pitched rooflines. The fifth Bedroom features a shaped, double-glazed window overlooking the rear gardens while a door connects into a carpeted Dressing Room with central wood support beam. A cupboard door opens to roof storage, home to the water tank while a smaller cupboard door offers deep under-eaves storage. Combined with the open sixth Bedroom across the small landing, the whole suite offers a dream retreat for the pursuit of numerous family hobbies, with the Dressing Room currently utilised as a Sewing Room. Yet any teenager worth their salt would commandeer the entire floor for their own personal retreat with space for Double Bedroom, dedicated Study and relaxing Den. A drop-down glazed cover seals the second floor off through the winter months to conserve heat, if not in constant use.


Outside

The lovely front garden with its neatly clipped shrub border, lawn with specimen cherry tree and well-planted beds borders the long Driveway providing ample parking for numerous vehicles before the solid wooden gates having even an additional parking space beyond them. At the drive’s end lies the new single Garage with lighting, power and outside tap it offers full Workshop potential beyond providing copious storage. The rear gardens are laid out with a central lawn bounded by low-maintenance shrub borders and feature a triple terrace with tiers for seating, abundant flowering containers and a side lower level ideal for al fresco dining. Across the lawn a paved patio area lying to the side of the mature pine, eucalyptus and laburnum trees leads to the neatly concealed brick Outbuilding. Benefitting from lighting and power it offers exciting potential for conversion into anything from Home Office, Entertainment Den to Yoga Retreat or Gym.


Practicalities

Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘E’
Gas Central Heating
All Mains Services
Fibre Broadband Available


Directions

From Hereford take the A438 towards Ledbury. Proceeding for a mile along Ledbury Road, at the roundabout take the third exit onto Hafod Road. The property is to be found shortly on the right side, marked with a GlassHouse ‘For Sale’ board.


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Hafod Road
Hereford HR1 1SG
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: 0000550