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A Beguiling Edwardian Detached House in Hereford's prime location, with spacious walled gardens, ample parking, cellar complex and outbuildings.
Porch – Entrance Hall – Drawing Room – Dining Room – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Study – Utility Room – Downstairs WC – Landing With Built-in Storage – Bedroom 1 With Ensuite – Bedroom 2 With Ensuite – 3 Further Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Cellar Complex – Walled Wrap-Around Extensive Gardens – Garaging Block With Twin Double Garages – Summerhouse – Driveway
Nestled in a highly desirable locale of Hereford, this property exudes elegance and has undergone a meticulous restoration and stylish refurbishment. With the City Centre just a short drive away, the residence presents an opportunity to seamlessly integrate the cellars into the main living space, allowing for versatile usage such as creating a charming AirBnB accommodation, subject to appropriate permissions. The property also offers a generous parking area, detached garaging block and meticulously maintained mature gardens, adding to the allure.
Entrance – Greeted by column pillars either side and original quarry tiles, the entrance exudes grandeur. A large traditional front door with knocker opens into the enclosed inner porch, revealing a stunning stained-glass windowed door entry to the hall beyond.
Hallway – Setting the tone for this breath-taking period house, the hall commands with stripped original floorboards contrasted by accent colours in the architrave detailing. To the left of wood-spindled stairs is space for coat hooks and shoes, with a concealed door leading to the cellar complex.
Drawing Room – A simply stunning reception room. High ceilings, painted stripped floorboards, wood burning stove within marble surround, chandelier, crown moulding and twin sash windows all combine to create an extraordinary space for hosting and relaxing.
Dining Room – A wide arch from the drawing room reveals a further striking reception room, finished in Farrow & Ball’s marvellous ‘Rangwali’ emulsion. Includes corresponding features to the drawing room and can comfortably house a large refectory dining table. Twin sash windows come fitted with plantation shutter blinds.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – The entrance arch has been widened and new double glazed sash windows fitted to allow a flood of light into the kitchen/breakfast room, transforming the space for family living. A bespoke solid wood navy kitchen is complimented by white mirror stone countertops. Integrated appliances include Belfast double sink with cut-out drainer, induction hob, extractor fan hood, dishwasher, fan oven and Aga with warming plate. There is cupboard recess for a US style fridge/freezer and space for a breakfast table.
Utility – Features a flooring made of limestone composite tiles, along with plumbing connections for a washing machine. There is ample work surface space, as well as a variety of cupboards, drawers, and a plate rack. A stainless steel sink unit is also present, complemented by a stable door leading to the rear garden. A dedicated cupboard houses brand new twin gas-fired central heating boilers, accompanied by a direct-pressure water cylinder. The heating system is controlled by a Hive thermostat.
Study – This inviting space showcases the timeless elegance of the Edwardian era with its classic features. The study offers a serene environment for work or reading. The room exudes a sense of sophistication with its cosy marble fireplace, a perfect haven for book lovers and intellectuals.
Downstairs Cloakroom – Features a pedestal basin, column radiator, leaded windows, WC and eye-catching wallpaper to complete this stylish guest lavatory.
Landing – The stairway boasts an elegant balustrade and a half-landing with a beautiful stained-glass window. The wide landing on the first floor features three double wardrobes and a ceiling lantern, providing ample storage and natural light.
Bedroom 1 with Ensuite – Offers a graceful view of the front gardens through its charming shuttered windows, the principle suite boasts deep, built-in double wardrobes and a picture rail, adding a touch of elegance and functionality. The ensuite bathroom features a Victorian-inspired contemporary wash hand basin with a luxurious marble surround and drawers, along with a WC. Additionally, a spacious walk-in shower with a glazed screen is thermostatically controlled.
Bedroom 2 with Ensuite – A further extensively proportioned double bedroom, with twin sash windows looking out across the gardens. A fully tiled white ensuite includes bath, hand wash basin and WC.
Bedroom 3 & Bathroom – A small lobby with storage closet provides door access into both a carpeted double bedroom overlooking the front aspect and bathroom, with wall panels over the bath with shower-head, basin, WC and towel radiator. The third bedroom and bathroom next door is ideally setup to be used as a guest bedroom suite.
Bedrooms 4 & 5 – Through an opening at the end of the landing is a further hall accessing the final bedrooms and family bathroom. Both bedrooms are good-size carpeted doubles, with plenty of room for a double bed and wardrobes.
Family Bathroom – This refurbished space features a freestanding slipper bath with a shower attachment, vanity unit basin with marbled top, WC with concealed cistern, chrome heated towel rail, large walk-in thermostatic shower with glazed screen and double glazed sash window.
Cellar Complex – Nestled beneath the ground floor, the cellar spans the entire area of the house. Divided into three principal compartments, this underground space can be accessed conveniently from both the main entrance hall and via external steps located at the side of the property. Subject to relevant permissions, the cellar is ripe for conversion and has the potential to massively increase the useable space within the house.
The main gardens showcase an expansive lawn, surrounded by meticulously maintained floral, shrub and tree borders. The beauty of the surroundings are enhanced by the presence of elegant walls and hedges, creating a serene and private ambiance. Adding to the charm of the front elevation are a delightful floral border and climbing wisteria, accompanied by a trellis arch graced by climbing roses. This picturesque scene creates a captivating and enchanting atmosphere. A grand double ornate wrought iron gateway leads to a well-maintained parking and turning area.
Summerhouse – Timber structure with reclaimed scaffold floor, power and lighting, with a rain sheltered front veranda. Adjacent to it, you'll find a grassed area, compost area, and a gravelled circular feature surrounded by potted shrubs and plants. A side archway leads to a delightful terrace with seating area and a circular ornamental pond.
Quad Garaging Block – The large garage block offers potential for conversion or serves as a spacious area for garaging, hobbies, or workshops. Currently used as a gym, it features four sets of double garage doors, power, lighting, and under-roof storage. A convenient lean-to covered walkway and garden shed are also included.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘G’
Gas Central Heating
Partially Double Glazed
All Mains Services
Superfast Fibre Available
From Hereford, take the A438 towards Ledbury, turning right into Eign Road onto the B4224 to Mordiford. Continue straight onto Hampton Park Road and up the hill, after 0.3 miles, turn left into Holbrook Close, where the property can be found on the right-hand side.
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