Pencombe, Bromyard Guide Price £183,000

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  • 2-3 Bedroom Timber Framed Semi-detached House
  • Popular Village Location
  • Spacious and Light Accommodation
  • Southwest Facing Garden

A Unique 2/3 Bedroom Semi-Detached Home Enjoying a Rural Village Location Ideal for Investors and Cash Buyers. The Property Would Benefit from Cosmetic Modernisation and Provides Bright and Spacious Rooms in an Unspoilt Village Location.

Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Dining Room / Bedroom Three – Kitchen – Utility Room – Downstairs Bathroom – Two Double Bedrooms – WC – Large Driveway – Rear Garden – Garden Shed

NOTE: This property is constructed with a timber frame and is therefore defined as ‘non-standard construction’. Non-standard construction properties can be difficult to mortgage with many lenders. If you require a mortgage, please check with your lender before arranging a viewing.

Located within the heart in the popular Herefordshire village of Pencombe the property is within easy walking distance of the village amenities. These include ‘The Wheelwrights’ public house, Pencombe Church of England Primary School OFSTED rated ‘Good’, St John’s Church and the Village Hall which provides numerous events and services including an under 5’s playgroup and ‘Flicks in the Sticks’ cinema nights. Pencombe sits in some of Herefordshire’s finest rolling countryside and is easy travelling distance from Bromyard 4miles, Leominster 10miles, Hereford 11miles, Ledbury 14miles and Worcester 18miles.

The Property

Front Driveway – with the house set well back from the lane a double width driveway allows parking for several cars. Entrance Hall – entered from an open canopy porch the bright entrance hall leads to bathroom, kitchen, living room, dining room and an under-stair cupboard.

Sitting Room – enjoys bright and spacious dimensions being over 15ft and has a large double glazed picture window looking out across the private rear garden. There is a fireplace with wood burning stove.

Dining Room – a square room with window overlooking the front garden which serves well as a dining room or could easily be used as a study or third bedroom. Kitchen – this simple and functional space benefits a dual aspect outlook with fitted cupboards and space for a large double fridge. There is a stainless steel sink with drainer just below a window overlooking the garden. A further doorway leads to the back door and utility room.

Utility Room – accessed via the kitchen and back door this dual aspect room houses the oil-fired boiler, has a secondary sink and space for a washing machine and dryer. This could be converted to create an additional dining area.

Bathroom – accessed via the hallway it has white tiled walls with wood effect laminate flooring and includes a bath with electric shower above, WC, pedestal basin and heated towel rail.

Bedroom One – is carpeted and has views over the rear garden. There is plenty of space for a double bed, large wardrobe and chest of drawers. A hatch door accesses a useful eaves storage area.

Bedroom Two – is carpeted and has views over the rear garden. There is a space for a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers.

WC – situated off a small landing between the two upstairs bedrooms there is a WC and small hand basin. 


Rear Garden – southwest facing and fenced on three sides the rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with shrubs to the edges. It is gently sloped towards a small stream at the bottom of the garden where mature mixed native hedging creates a natural green screen. Nearer the house there is a concrete terrace ideal for a picnic bench or greenhouse and a small paved path abutting the house. Towards the end of the garden is a useful apex wooden shed, ideal for tools and extra storage.

Front Garden - a small garden area with mature variegated holly bush and brightly flowering rudbeckia. A concrete path leads to an open sided canopy porch. To the side of the property is a useful area for bins and log storage.


Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘B’ 
Oil-Fired Central Heating 
All Mains Services
Double Glazed Throughout 
Fibre Broadband Available 


From Hereford city, take the A465 Commercial Road towards Worcester. At the roundabout take the A4103 towards Worcester, then shortly afterwards bear left back onto the A465, signposted to Bromyard. Continue along this road until you arrive at the Burley Gate roundabout, take the first turning onto the A417, signposted to Leominster. After approximately 2 miles take the right turn signposted to Pencombe. Head up and over the hill following signs to Pencombe. When approaching Pencombe you will pass The Wheelwrights pub on the left, shortly afterwards take the next left just in front of the telephone box, then turn left again. The property on the lefthand side of the road shortly after the bend.


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Bromyard HR7 4SJ
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: 00000697