3 bed detached house for sale in Holme Lacy, Hereford HR2
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
Description An impressive complex comprising of a characterful and spacious 3 bedroom detached house, a range of outbuildings including stables and field shelters all sitting in just under 8 acres.
Occupied for over 40 years by the current owner, the property itself is a vastly extended and improved cottage having a wealth of character which includes original exposed timbers, beams and large Inglenook fireplace.
The original timber frame cottage, with wattle and daub panels, has been extended and now forms much larger and more spacious accommodation.
A good range of modular buildings which are set away from the house comprising two stable blocks, tack room, workshop, garage, open fronted barn, two storey storage building and open fronted barn/workshop with inspection pit. There is a further detached building comprising barn, field shelter and stable.
The land is split predominantly into three larger paddocks and two smaller, all fenced and well drained, one having a large mobile field shelter and one providing security gated access onto country lane. There is also a 40 m x 20 m sand surfaced all weather fully fenced menage.
Beautiful and well-maintained formal gardens surround the house as well as a private, sweeping driveway.
Primrose Bank can be found on the outskirts of Holme Lacy Village which is just 5 miles south-west of Hereford. Within Holme Lacy Village is the campus of Hereford and Ludlow Colleges specialising in agriculture and equestrian courses.
There is a frequent bus service to Hereford. There are many beautiful countryside walks including along the banks of the River Wye.
There are excellent road links into Hereford City and in a southerly direction towards Ross-on-Wye (11 miles) where the M50 leads on to Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Midlands.
Entrance Porch (1.6 x 1.6 (5'3" x 5'3"))
Having timber door to front, windows to both sides and UPVC door into -
Dining Hall (5.9 x 2.8 (19'4" x 9'2"))
Having two windows to the front, open staircase to first floor, door to Kitchen and -
Sitting Room (5.7 x 4.3 (18'8" x 14'1"))
(Max.) Having window and single door to the rear, large stone Inglenook fireplace and door to -
Family Room/Study (4.3 x 3.6 (14'1" x 11'10"))
Having windows to the front and side and built-in under stairs storage cupboard.
Kitchen (4.1.x 3.9 (13'5" x 12'10"))
Having a matching range of country style wall and base units, work surfaces, one and a half bowl sink drainer unit, built in fridge and cooker, space for dish washer and Sandyford range cooker which is fuelled by oil and also fires the central heating and hot water.
Utility Room (3.1 x 2.8 (10'2" x 9'2"))
(Max.) Having space for chest freezer, built-in broom cupboard, base units with work surface, window and external door to side and door to -
With window to the rear and low-level flush WC.
Having access hatch to the loft space, airing cupboard and window to the rear.
Having a modern suite comprising bath with shower over and glazed screen, wash hand basin and WC with window to the front.
Bedroom 1 (4.3 x 3.8 (14'1" x 12'6"))
Having exposed fireplace and window to the rear.
Bedroom 2 (4.2 x 3.3 (13'9" x 10'10"))
Having window to the rear.
Bedroom 3 (4 x 3 (13'1" x 9'10"))
(Inc. Door recess) Window to the front and fitted wardrobe with further access into the eaves space (large storage area).
A sweeping drive off the B4399 leads into a wide parking area directly in front of the house. There is an enclosed yard in front of the Stable Block and Ancillary Buildings and access onto the land. To the side of the drive there are a range of various mature trees, a more formal lawned garden, a large productive vegetable patch with Shed and Greenhouse, another lawned area directly behind the property and Patio spanning from the side and across the rear. A timber frame Loggia adjoins the house to the North and west aspects. All of the gardens are enclosed by mature hedging for privacy.
Oil central heating, private water supply and septic tank drainage.
Leave Hereford travelling south along the A49 Ross Road, taking a left at the crossroads on to Holme Lacy Road (B4399). Continue along this road for 3.5 miles where the property can be found on the right hand side before entering the Village of Holme Lacy.
None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.
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