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An Imposing and Beautifully Presented Victorian Stone 4/5 Bedroom Former Rectory Home, Delighting in Expansive Proportions and Period Detailing with thoughtful renovation, Providing Exciting Open-Plan Family Living.
Vestibule – Entrance Hall – Drawing Room – Study/Snug – Kitchen/Dining/Family Room – Downstairs WC – Main Bedroom with Ensuite – Double Bedroom with Ensuite Shower – 2 Further Double Bedrooms – Laundry Room/Single Bedroom with Walk-in Shower – Family Bathroom – Storage Room – Extensive Cellars – Shed – Courtyard – Gardens with Patio
Dinedor Hall is a stunning attached country house revelling in the grandeur of its Victorian architecture with its high ceilings, large windows, picture rails and deep wainscoting throughout. Sweeping arches frame the elegance of the wide Entrance Hall and grand staircase, while considered refurbishment has gracefully created a practical modern family home with expansive open plan Kitchen/Diner and Family Room. All oriented to enjoy the mature private gardens and rolling open countryside beyond.
Dinedor is located near the River Wye; a quiet hamlet at the foot of an Iron Age hilltop fort and a mere 3 miles from city of Hereford. While the nearby village of Holme Lacy is home to the county’s agricultural college and hotel with gym and spa.
Stepping into the stone Vestibule with its fan light window above and original flagstone flooring, the eye is immediately drawn on through the fully-glazed double inner doors to the grand Entrance Hall its width accentuated by the sweep of its framing arch.
Dominating the front corner of the house is the Drawing Room, its dual aspect enjoying views across swathes of lawn. The rich-hued stripped wood of the window casements with their working shutters, picture rails and wainscoting warm this spacious room, as does the Woodburner nestled in the stone fireplace below its Oak surround.
Across the hall lies the Study/Snug a highly malleable room with large window again with working shutters overlooks the front gardens, with built-in cupboards below and a glass display cabinet fitted to the corner. It too benefits from a Woodburner and retains original rich-hued wood flooring.
Discreetly tucked to the end of the hall, lies a Downstairs WC. Ample space below the wide turned staircase provides hanging for coats.
Under an echo of the Hall’s arch, a framed door leads into the expansive open plan space of the Kitchen/Diner and Family Room. Brought together in the renovation and spanning the depth of the house, a central hub for family life has been created.
The Kitchen, with large window and external door into side courtyard. It is fully-fitted in a myriad of painted bespoke cabinets with fretwork detailing and a full-height larder unit. A range cooker has double ovens and electric induction hob with hood above. To the centre is an island finished in quartz worktops, with power and breakfast bar to one end, discreetly housing beneath both fridge and freezer. Integrated are dishwasher, washing machine and ceramic sink with drainer and unit concealing space for a condenser tumble drier. The Kitchen’s limestone tiling flows harmoniously into the Dining area with its ample space for a sizeable dining table at which to entertain.
The Family Room delights in double French doors that lead directly out onto the paved patio and into the private gardens beyond, flooding this expansive room with light and features a focal fireplace with Woodburner. Concealed is entry into the Cellars including an original wine cellar. An array of rooms spanning beneath the entire house with ample head room and steps accessing up into the courtyard, providing exciting possibilities for conversion into perhaps Games, Media rooms or Gym; subject to relevant planning permissions.
Upstairs from a large central landing lie the bedrooms. The Main Bedroom with Ensuite has delightful views over the gardens and wider countryside, it boasts double fitted His and Hers wardrobes and retains the original fireplace with painted mantel. The Ensuite has underfloor heating beneath Porcelanosa tiling with full bath and wall-mounted shower, WC and moulded basin in a wood unit.
The Double Bedroom with Ensuite Shower also has fitted double His and Hers wardrobes while the Ensuite features corner basin, WC and large, Metro-tiled Shower enclosure with both regular and Rainhead showers.
The great-sized Double Bedroom enjoys a delightful dual aspect over the gardens at the corner of the house and also retains a large original fireplace. Next door is the Laundry Room/Single Bedroom with Rainhead shower cubicle and currently used as a dedicated upstairs Laundry Room but could easily be converted back into a Single Bedroom if required.
The final Double Bedroom, currently used as a large luxurious dressing room also retains an original fireplace with a pleasing view over the front gardens. Lying between these two Doubles is the Family Bathroom featuring a roll-top bath with centre-mounted taps and shower attachment, WC, pedestal basin and built-in full height cupboard providing ample storage.
Lastly is the Storage Room, housing the hot water tank and allowing access to the partially boarded roof storage, which can be utilised to maximise storage.
From the lane, the long gravel driveway winds towards the house and then sweeps in front and around towards the shed, providing ample parking. Beyond the drive lies a swathe of lawn with a mature magnolia tree, while to the far side a paved courtyard leads to the Kitchen door. To the left of the house, an expanse of lawn leads to the south-facing patio providing an ideal vantage point from which to absorb the lovely views of rolling open countryside beyond.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘F’
Oil-Fired Central Heating & Wood Framed Double Glazing Throughout
Mains Electricity & Water, Shared Private Drainage
FTTP – Superfast Fibre Broadband Available – Speeds up to 300mb
From Hereford City, take the A49 South towards Ross-On-Wye. At the St. Martin’s intersection, turn left into Holme Lacy Road and proceed straight for 2.5 miles, travelling along the Straight Mile. At the roundabout take the second exit to continue straight along the B4399. Turn right, signed posted Dinedor. The Property can be found on the left-hand side within a half mile.
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