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*** VIEWINGS START 1ST OF MAY 2018 ***
A Unique Victorian Family Home Set in One Third of an Acre, with Views South over the Deer Park - With No Onward Chain
Entrance Hall – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Dining Room – Sitting Room – Cloakroom – Store – Three Double Bedrooms – One En-Suite Bathroom – Family Bathroom - Garage – Workspace – Storage with Potential for Ancillary Use – Parking – Garden
This is a beautifully-presented conversion within the grounds of the Victorian Hospital located between Burghill and Hereford. The house has a calm colour scheme throughout, providing a fresh, contemporary feel that sits perfectly alongside the period features such as large sash windows and original dado rails and picture rails. This is a super family home in a wonderful countryside setting, less than four miles from the centre of Hereford.
The setting is ideal for those wanting a countryside setting with sublime views, yet just a few minutes from the city. Field View House has a prime location at the very edge of St Mary's Park, where the houses and the parkland converge. Set within its own garden, the property has direct access into the private grounds including a Deer Park and views beyond it.
The railway station in Hereford is less than 4 miles away, providing commuters with direct access to Birmingham, Manchester and London.
The city of Hereford has a vibrant shopping centre, historic cathedral, outstanding Independent Schools, theatre, cinemas, restaurants and a wide range of health and leisure facilities.
Entrance Hall – the solid, Victorian door opens to a spacious entrance hall with a tiled floor. The room is well lit by the large ' window' above the main door and a sash window. Off the hall, to one side, is the cloakroom with a white suite and to the other side is a large storage cupboard, almost 12' deep.
Breakfast/Kitchen – this superb kitchen boasts the same high ceilings as elsewhere in the property and enjoys dual aspect views. It has a range of solid wood units along two walls providing an excellent amount of workspace. Included in the kitchen are: dish-washer, washing-machine, electric oven, gas hob and a tall fridge-freezer. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs, making this a very inclusive and family-friendly space.
Dining Room – a well-proportioned room with two sash windows to the front of the property and a high ceiling to lend a touch of space and grandeur. Double doors open into the adjoining reception room.
Sitting Room – this beautifully light room has windows to three sides, glazed doors out to the morning terrace and an open fire in a surround that blends with the period setting.
Master Bedroom – this spacious main bedroom enjoys views to three sides.. It has a built-in wardrobe and a well-equipped en-suite bathroom.
En-Suite – with a cream-tiled floor and a white bathroom suite to include a bath with shower attachment, a pedestal basin and a toilet.
Family Bathroom – the main bathroom in the house has a cream-tiled floor with a white suite. The bath has a shower attachment and there is a separate corner shower. The white wc and pedestal basin are under the large sash window which has patterned glass.
Bedroom 2 – this lovely room is just over 8' wide and has a sash window to the side of the house.
Bedroom 3 – the third bedroom is also well-proportioned and has three sash windows, two of which look out over the Deer Park.
Cellar – accessed from the front garden, this space is restricted in height but offers valuable storage space in addition to the large storage room off the hall.
The property is approached by a sweeping gravel driveway with private parking for several cars.
The garage is situated a few paces from the house. It is generous in size and has space for a vehicle with extra storage / workshop space on the ground floor. The stairs lead up to further useful storage space and an area that could be used as a study or studio.
The property enjoys over 8 acres of idyllic park land which the new owners are free to enjoy and explore; with a gated entrance from the properties garden; with segregated fenced areas for the deer to graze.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature trees to one side; to the other side is a circular patio enjoying the south-facing views over the deer park. A walkway leads from the patio through to the secluded east-facing 'morning terrace' which is mainly paved; this area of the garden has a central gravelled section that draws the eye to a small pond and charming focal point.
Herefordshire council tax F
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage
Gas central heating
Potential for workshop or studio within the garage/storage The garage/storage will not be eligible for conversion to separate accommodation.
Broadband is available
Drive north from Hereford city centre until you join the A4103. Head west on the A4103 briefly and shortly after crossing the A4110 (Canon Pyon Road), turn right onto Tillington Road for 0.75 miles. Turn right onto St Mary's Lane, then take the second turning on the right onto Chestnut Lane. Drive to the end of the lane and onto the communal drive. Keep going, through the gate, into the private garden for Field View House, Number 1 Chestnut Lane.
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