Chestnut Lane, Burghill, Hereford Guide Price £535,000

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  • Grand Proportions & Period Features
  • Recent High Standard Full Reburbishment
  • Generously Sized Double Bedrooms
  • Large Private Driveway
  • Stunning Kitchen w/ Walk-in Pantry
  • Principal Bedroom Suite
  • Offered With No Onward Chain
  • Private Walled Gardens


A Grand and Elegant Victorian 3 Double Bedroom Attached Family Home, completely refurbished over last 14 months, quietly set on the sought-after executive development of St. Mary’s Park.

Entrance Hall – Drawing Room – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Walk-in Pantry – Cloakroom – Principle Suite with Dressing Room and Ensuite Bathroom – 2 Further Double Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Airing Cupboard – Loggia with Concealed Full Length Store – Gated Gravel Courtyard with Ample Parking – Front and Rear Gardens

This stunning property built in the 1860s showcases much of the ebullient energy and pride lavished by the Victorians on their philanthropic buildings. It exudes the sumptuously spacious proportions and sweeping bay windows so iconic of the era whilst retaining the elegant domestic details; coving, ceiling roses and of note the enchanting gold diamond mesh radiator screening panels. The love of expansive rooms proclaimed in the grand Drawing Room and Kitchen/Dining Room serendipitously marries with the modern family’s aesthetic for open plan living. Completely refurbished over the last year or so, the house offers a delightful family residence.

Quietly located on the exclusive St. Mary’s Park, a development offering 128 acres of nearby communal land with award-winning landscaped grounds, children’s play areas, lake and deer park. School buses serving the local independent schools of Hereford Cathedral and Lucton School collect students from the Park. It lies near the village of Burghill offering amenities including; golf club, GP surgery, pub and Scouting group, while the full city amenities of Hereford are only 3 miles away.


The Property

Entrance Hall – From the private courtyard stone steps lead up past wisteria-clad walls to the recessed Front Door. It opens into the Entrance Hall with new practical bleached wood-effect laminate flooring that runs harmoniously through into the Kitchen. Off the Hall lies the Cloakroom with WC and basin.

Drawing Room – The sumptuously expansive Drawing Room newly carpeted in Kersaint Cobb seagrass flooring, is flooded with natural light not only from the house’s southerly aspect but from the extravagant sweep of original sash windows. It features a large bay flanked by full windows framing views to the front garden with its eponymous sweet chestnut trees and twin windows overlooking the courtyard with its captivating Loggia. The beauty of the original sash windows is heightened by the gold mesh radiator screens beneath. With ample space for multiple functions, the room readily hosts formal dining for the gathering of family and friends to table. The bay invites a quieter space for reading, study or retreat. Meanwhile the Sitting area enjoys an open working stone fireplace flanked by tall fitted alcove units with triple cupboards to the base and above adjustable display or bookshelves lit by down-lighters.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room – The Kitchen is fully fitted in classic Shaker units smartly contrasted by Corian-style countertops and marble tiles. The array of storage includes twin sets of deep pan drawers, corner carousel unit and concealed washing machine. The integrated dishwasher is set beside the Perrin and Rowe Butler sink with integral waste disposal unit. There is space for both a freestanding fridge/freezer and a range cooker with gas hob to be set beneath a concealed hood. The Kitchen also has ample space for a lounging sofa and for a large table ideal for more informal family dining or suppers with friends, set before French doors opening out to the private rear garden with twin fig trees. The Walk-in Pantry offers copious storage for dry goods across its fitted shelving with space for even an additional fridge/freezer.

Bedroom 1 – The Principle Suite benefits from a spacious Double Bedroom with feature bay window and is newly carpeted in the Crucial Trading sisal flooring running throughout the first floor bedrooms and landing. The Dressing Room offers fitted wall of twin double wardrobes with large double cupboards above and has space for dressing table. The Ensuite features full bath with mixer tap shower attachment, WC and fitted twin basin unit with marble countertop offering ample surrounding storage with integral lighting and mirrors.

Bedroom 2 – A very spacious Double Bedroom providing built-in double wardrobe with double cupboard above and enjoys dual aspect overlooking the courtyard’s mature trees and the Loggia.

Bedroom 3 – A carpeted Double Bedroom with recessed lighting, again benefitting from dual aspect.

Family Bathroom – The Bathroom offers both full bath and separate shower cubicle, the suite is completed with vinyl flooring, WC and fitted basin unit with integral storage and marble countertop.

Airing Cupboard – On the Landing lies the Airing Cupboard fitted with shelving and home to the hot water tank.


Outside

Beyond solid wooden gates the large gravel Courtyard provides ample parking for numerous vehicles. The front garden is laid to lawn while the house’s façade is clad in wisteria, with a grapevine twining beneath the Kitchen windows. Extending from the house is the enchanting Loggia - a sheltered cloister with climbing roses scrambling up the decorative brick arches and an exposed timber beam roof structure all illuminated by 6 spotlights. The Loggia provides a wonderful and protected seating and entertaining space, ideal for al fresco dining. Concealed to the rear of the Loggia runs a full length Store providing easily accessible storage for bikes, sporting equipment and gardening tools. The Store has windows over the rear garden, mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature specimen weeping willow, silver birch and twin figs.


Practicalities

Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘F’
Gas Central Heating
Original Glazing Throughout
All Mains Services
FTTP – Superfast Fibre Broadband Available - Speeds up to 900mbps


Directions

From Hereford take A438 towards Brecon. Proceed along Whitecross Road and take the third exit off the roundabout onto Three Elms Road. At the traffic lights turn left onto the A4103 Roman Road and shortly turn right to Tillington. In half a mile, turn right into St. Mary’s Park. Take the first right turning into Chestnut Lane and bear right again. The property is to be found to the far end on the right-hand side.


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Chestnut Lane, Burghill
Hereford HR4 7QN
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 00002087