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Wolf Cottage is a stunning detached property that boasts enchanting character and abundance of lifestyle options. This black and white cottage features three double bedrooms, a detached garage, and is encircled by beautiful gardens. The property has been extended and offers deceptively spacious living space, making it a perfect choice for those who enjoy an airy feel.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Dining Room – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Walk-in Pantry – Utility Room – Downstairs Shower Room – Cider House – Orangery – 3 Double Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Airing Cupboard – Eaves Storage – Encircling Gardens – Detached Garage – Large Driveway – Rear Patio – Greenhouse – Shed
Inside, the cottage is full of original features such as exposed beams, which add to its charming period character. The four reception rooms offer an unexpected volume of living space, making it an ideal choice for those who enjoy entertaining guests. The Orangery, in particular, is a standout feature that would make an incredible artist's studio. It's a perfect place for anyone looking to indulge in gardening pursuits, hobbies, or crafts, or just an idyllic space to relax.
This property offers more than just a stunning house, it also presents a unique opportunity to lease extra land from the highly regarded Holme End Estate, subject to availability. Sizes and location to be confirmed. The land is perfect for those who have horses and ponies, and it provides an idyllic countryside lifestyle choice for Wolf Cottage. If you have been looking for a property with extra land to lease, this opportunity will undoubtedly meet all your expectations. Furthermore, a livery is located just a few miles away, and you can reach it by footpaths and bridleways without having to use the main road. This makes it even more convenient for horse owners to take care of their animals and enjoy their passion for riding safely.
Located in a rural area with excellent connectivity, Wolf Cottage is just a mile away from a petrol station situated at the crossroads of main Hereford/Worcester and Leominster/Gloucester roads. The property is equidistant to Hereford, Leominster, and Ledbury, all of which are just 10 miles away. Worcester and the M5 are a mere 18 miles away, making it easy to travel to nearby areas.
If you're looking to indulge in some shopping or dining, the Hop Pocket Shopping Village is only three miles away. It offers a variety of options, including a restaurant, garden centre, antiques, and a Farm Shop that offers locally sourced meats and produce. Overall, Wolf Cottage is a perfect choice for anyone looking for an abundance of lifestyle options in a charming and convenient location.
Entrance Hall – Crossing the threshold into the Entrance Hall with its black & red original tile flooring.
Sitting Room – To the left is the Sitting Room, a light and airy space with exposed beams and a West-facing window overlooking the private front lawn. The large red brick fireplace is a cosy focal feature, with the Jotul stove atop the stone flag hearth.
Dining Room – Opposite lies a spacious Dining Room, revealing the authentic skeleton of this home with three walls of exposed beams and a small under-stairs cupboard. Again with views over the front garden, this is a highly malleable room equally suited as a Study/Home Office, Library or Music Room.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – At the Hallway's end, with its tiled flooring to the Kitchen, featuring an electric Aga, fitted cream shaker cupboard units with Belfast sink and under-counter space, with plumbing for a dishwasher.
A good-sized room with ample space for a six-seater table and chairs, with twin windows looking onto a bank of ferns, with a low retaining wall and a part paved & gravelled path around the rear of the house. Off the Kitchen is a walk-in Pantry, a full-sized room with east facing window for cool food storage. There are open storage shelves and a copious amount of space for a fridge and chest freezer.
Utility & Shower Room – To the other end of the Kitchen, a door leads down into the Utility. This highly functional area is home to solar panel controls and two external doors leading to the rear patio and front of the house. A multi-tasking area, water and waste connections for the washer and dryer make it the spot for laundry, while the tiled Downstairs Shower Room includes a power shower cubicle, WC and corner basin.
Cider House – The conversion of the old Cider House offers another highly malleable space, flooded with light from its large picture window with original twin windows on either side and other dual skylights; this is a lovely room of new timber frame and exposed brick, made cosy by a large wood burning stove.
Orangery – Oak and glazed doors open into the Orangery - a private retreat overlooking the gardens and pond. A high vaulted ceiling wooden frame constructed with timber harvested from the neighbouring estate finishes the unique rustic feel.
Bedroom 1 – Up the original wood staircase and beyond an ancient wooden door lies the dual-aspect Main Bedroom, with a window overlooking the front garden and twin skylights to the rear. A great-sized bedroom with wooden floorboards and exposed beams creates a low partition wall with ample under-eaves storage beyond.
Bedroom 2 – A further carpeted Double to the rear aspect, with alcove space ideal for a wide wardrobe. Includes Airing Cupboard behind closing door housing the water tank.
Bedroom 3 – Enjoying exposed floorboards & beams, the third bedroom overlooks the front, with enough space for a double bed and additional furniture.
Family Bathroom – A stylish white suite in keeping with the property style, the Bathroom includes a freestanding clawfoot bathtub with shower head attachment, WC, hand wash basin and LED mirror cabinet. The room is well-lit by a skylight window and LED spotlights, with a useful eave’s storage cupboard and a pretty glass door.
Two sizeable well-kept lawns are surrounded by hedging and trees at the perimeter. At the same time, the Cottage extension is framed by gravel around the Orangery, providing a lovely spot for al fresco dining. Continuing around to the rear is a patio with a sun-trapped greenhouse and a small ex-privy outbuilding, now a functional storage area.
Throughout the spring and summer months, fruit trees, including Damson, Apple, and Cherry, harvest abundant fruit, with the hedgerows intertwining with blackberries.
Further down, a seasonal pond feeds an abundance of wildflowers and encourages a plethora of birds, insects and wildlife. Further on, an old well can be found allowing water to be drawn for the garden.
Beyond a wooden gate enclosing the gardens is a large gravel driveway, sweeping to the right towards the one-and-a-half-sized detached garage and workshop with mains electric supply. A good-sized shed and wood store make yet more practical storage. The drive turns back towards the second entrance, secured by a metal gate adjacent to the woodland.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band' F'
Oil-Fired Central Heating
Partial, Bespoke Wooden Double Glazed Windows
Solar Panels for Water Heating
Grid-Fed Photovoltaic Panels with quarterly FIT Payments Lower Energy Bills
Mains Electricity & Water
Superfast Fibre Available (Currently 400mb with 900mb possible)
Strictly No viewings on Tuesday and Thursdays
From Hereford City, take Commercial Road, the A4103, towards Worcester. At the far side of Aylestone Hill, take the third exit off the roundabout and proceed for 7 miles. At Newtown, crossroads continue straight ahead. After approx. One mile, the property can be found on the right-hand side.
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