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A Delightful Detached 3 Bedroom Stone Barn Conversion, comprehensively refurbished throughout and benefitting from generous gardens, all set at the heart of picturesque Ewyas Harold.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Dining Room – Conservatory – Kitchen – Downstairs WC – 2 Double Bedrooms – Single Bedroom – Family Bathroom – Airing Cupboard – Attached Garage – Car Port – Driveway with Parking – Shed – Log Stores – Stone Paved Patio and Entertaining Patio – Gardens
The Old Barn has been lovingly refurbished over recent years, tackling everything from the barn’s fabric with new Evolution windows, fascia, guttering and timber cladding. Covering the practical, with new Worcester boiler and Radiators throughout. A new Clearview Pioneer wood burner and Sharps fitted wardrobes. All the way through to the aesthetic details with Karndean flooring and new oak ledged doors with thumb latch handles so in keeping with the history and character of this lovely barn, all culminating to make a truly charming and inviting family home.
Enjoying an ideal location the barn delights in views to the stone bridge and field with grazing donkeys set at the very heart of the village. It is a short stroll to the many amenities on offer including; local shop with post office, Ofsted “Good” primary school, 2 butchers, dentist, GP, Fish and Chip shop, 2 pubs and a vibrant community hall offering classes from badminton to Zumba, with sport facilities supporting active football and cricket teams along with a Gymnasium in neighbouring Pontrilas. Ewyas Harold sits a convenient equidistant 12 miles between the full city amenities of Hereford and the market town of Abergavenny. The beautiful surrounding Golden Valley is an area of increasingly popular escape, especially for walkers with ancient Offa Dyke’s and the Brecon Beacon National Park. For those enjoying more sedate pursuits, the historic town of Monmouth is 15 miles away while the book town of Hay-On-Wye with its international Literary Festival is 17 miles.
Entrance Hall – The Entrance Hall boasts new practical Karndean wood-effect flooring that runs harmoniously throughout much of the barn. While in addition to an under-stairs storage cupboard and ample space for coat hanging, the Hall further benefits from a new Sharps fitted floor-to-ceiling wall of open storage providing an array of display shelves and ideal bookcase.
Sitting Room – The carpeted Sitting Room is an inviting room enjoying dual aspect with views through the new Evolution timber alternative window across the lovely front garden to the village beyond. While French doors open into the Conservatory framing the private rear garden. The room features characterful timber beams and is made cosy by the stone fireplace with its flagstone hearth home to a new Clearview wood burner.
Dining Room – The formal Dining Room delights in French doors opening into the front garden where the lawn gives way to flowering shrubs along the stone wall boundary. It offers ample and convivial space for gathering family and friends to the table. The room further offers a malleable space, as the Conservatory also provides ample opportunity for family dining.
Conservatory – Despite its classic low stone wall and full glazing the Conservatory with rustic flagstone flooring, benefits from both a solid roof and the presence of a Clearview Pioneer Oven and wall mounted radiator, ensuring this is a delightful and private space for year-round use and enjoyment. French doors open out onto the new stone paved patio of the large rear garden. While a door opens to the Downstairs WC.
Kitchen – The redesigned Kitchen with Travertine tile flooring and period-style radiator with heated towel rail, is fully fitted in classic Shaker units and warmed by solid oak countertops. The array of storage provided is complimented by a large double Pantry cupboard. Integrated are dishwasher beside a unit concealing a washing machine while to the end is an under-counter fridge. Beneath the Rangemaster black hood is space for a range cooker with ceramic hob. The Belfast sink is set beneath the window with views over a small productive vegetable garden while an External door opens into the front garden.
Bedroom 1 – The principle bedroom is a carpeted double enjoying dual aspect, with views overlooking the front garden and stone bridge spanning Dulas Brook and over the rear garden to the wider countryside beyond. There are twin high storage units above the bed position complimenting the newly fitted Sharps triple wardrobe unit.
Bedroom 2 – A carpeted double room also enjoying dual aspect with village views and to the rear the rise of wooded hillside.
Bedroom 3 – The last of the bedrooms is a carpeted single room. It is currently utilised as a dedicated Dressing Room, fully fitted with a full range of Sharps wardrobes with internal space-saving hanging rails, shelving and shoe racking. There is also a matching classic dressing table with stool.
Family Bathroom – The modern bathroom features full bath with wall-mounted Rainhead shower with glass screen, WC and fitted basin with tile surround and double cupboard below. The room is completed with period-style radiator incorporating heated towel rail.
Airing Cupboard – On the landing lies the Airing Cupboard with fitted shelving and home to the hot water tank. Above is the loft hatch access to the roof storage.
Attached Garage and Car Port – The Garage with lighting and power offers, beyond copious storage, a good Workshop location. The projection of the polycarbonate roof from the Garage creates the shelter of the Car Port. To the Car Port’s far end, marrying into the new timber fence panelling enclosing the entire rear garden is a new, high wooden gate allowing secure access into the rear garden.
The Driveway offers ample parking and connects both points of gated access into the gardens. To the front of the barn the stone paved pathway leads beyond the vegetable garden to a small gate opening into the front garden, where the old stone wall creates a charming backdrop to the mix of flowering shrubs bordering the lawn. With again secure gated access the pathway leads on into the large rear garden, benefitting from both a patio extending from the Conservatory and an expansive new Entertaining Patio to the far corner of the private gardens. Both patios offer enticing spots for al fresco dining and contrastingly soaking up the sun or retreating to the shade.
The rear garden’s new fence extends to conceal the oil tank and of further practical concern the garden is host to a garden Shed, Log Stores and the option of 2 large dog kennels.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘D’
Oil Fired Central Heating
Double Glazed Throughout
Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage
FTTC – Fibre Broadband Available
From Hereford, take the A465 towards Brecon. From the City’s edge proceed straight for 10 miles. Once in the village of Pontrilas, turn right for Ewyas Harold onto the B4347. The property is to be found about a mile along the road, turning left just before the stone bridge and marked with a GlassHouse ‘For Sale’ sign.
GlassHouse Properties, Berrows Business Centre, Hereford, HR1 2HE
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