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A Modern Semi-Detached 2 Bedroom House, situated on a peaceful no-through road, just a short walk from the centre of the historic market town of Bromyard, in east Herefordshire.
Kitchen/Dining Room – Inner Hall – WC – Sitting Room – Landing – 2 Double Bedrooms – Bathroom – Private Front Driveway – Enclosed Private Rear Garden
Built in 2019, this attractive new build property is constructed of brick elevations under a slate tiled roof, with uPVC double glazed windows and doors. There is a slate tiled mono pitched porch with white timber knee braces, and below, an external light, and a uPVC panelled front door with circular obscured glazed window. To the front of the property is a large gravelled driveway with ample parking for several vehicles. There is a pathway to the side of the property which leads to a private and enclosed south-facing rear garden, with lawn and patio, also accessed via double glazed French doors from the sitting room.
Bromyard is an historic market town in east Herefordshire, famed for its pretty high street and antiques shops. The town has much to offer with a broad range of amenities with primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, post office, gym and supermarket, as well as numerous independent shops including the renowned ‘Legges of Bromyard’, a superb butchers/delicatessen shop. The glorious surrounding countryside is highly regarded particularly the Bromyard Downs, just over 280 acres of open access common land, popular with walkers, runners and dog walkers. Slightly further afield are the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just around the corner from the property are the Kempson playing, which feature a well equipped children’s play area, basket ball court, skate ramps and football pitch.
Bromyard is conveniently located for easy access to Hereford (14 miles), Worcester (15 miles) and Leominster (12 miles), and the nearby Spa town of Malvern is approximately 11.5 miles away. Both Leominster and Malvern have main line train stations, and junction 7 of the M5 motorway is approximately 17.5 miles (distance are approximate).
Approached via a large crushed stone driveway, there is a paved area at the front of the property and a timber side gate that leads to the rear garden. The front door opens directly into a kitchen/diner, which features a white gloss fitted kitchen with wall and base units, topped with a granite effect composite worktop. There is an inset composite sink and drainer with mixer tap, an electric oven and an inset four-ring electric hob with a brushed stainless steep extractor hood above, There are dark tiled splash backs , a strip light, and wood effect laminate flooring, which continues throughout the ground floor. There is space for a dining table and chairs and a door that leads to the inner hall.
The inner hall separates the kitchen from the sitting room and includes a downstairs WC and carpeted stairs leading the first floor. The downstairs WC features a modern style WC, small hand wash basin with mixer tap, obscured glazed window, pendant light, and a gas ‘combi’ boiler. There is a useful storage cupboard under the stairs, a pendant light, and a door leading into the sitting room.
The sitting room is a light and bright room thanks to two large double glazed French doors which face south, filling the room with natural light. There is ample space for sofas and coffee tables, as well as TV and photo sockets, several power points and a pendant light.
The stairs rise to a carpeted first floor landing with the two bedrooms and either end and the bathroom between. There is a hatch to a loft and a pendant light. The bathroom features a WC, vanity basin with mixer tap and storage below, a bath with mains feed shower above, glass shower screen, ceiling light and obscured glazed window. It is part tiled with large marble effect tiles around the shower and bath area, and above the vanity basin.
To the rear of the property there is a well proportioned carpeted bedroom with a large south facing window, filling the room with natural light. From here views of the nearby south downs can be enjoyed. The bedroom on the opposite side of the landing is a similar size and overlooks the front driveway.
To the front of the property, driveway approached is approached via the Lodon Avenue side of Firs Lane. There is panelled fencing either side and a block paved area at the front of the driveway, which provides a right of way to the driveway of the neighbouring property. To the side of the property there is a close board timber gate which leads to a paved pathway leading to the rear garden, where there is also an external tap.
The rear garden faces south and is enclosed with fencing panels. It has a lawn and a sandstone paved patio next to the French doors of the sitting room.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘B’
All Mains Services
Gas Central Heating
Double Glazed Throughout
Broadband Internet Available
10 Year AEDIS Guarantee (from 2019)
Directions – HR7 4BA
From Bromyard town centre, continue through the high street to the T-junction, turn left onto Old Road, then right onto Tenbury Road, signposted to Tenbury. Just after the Co-op supermarket, turn left onto Winslow Road. Take the second left onto Lodon Avenue. At the end of Lodon Avenue turn right onto Firs Lane, where the property can be found on the left, just before the road barrier.
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