3.51m x 0.89m (11'6" x 2'11")
With tiled floor, glazed door and windows into:
3.01m x 2.87m (9'11" x 9'5")
With radiator, large built-in cupboard. Doors to kitchen, living room, shower room and further door to inner hall.
4.41m x 2.88m max (14'6" x 9'5" max)
Fitted with base and wall cupboards, gas fired AGA and Neff oven/grill, ceramic hob, spaces for dish-washer and fridge/freezer, window to front aspect over the garden, serving hatch into dining room, glazed door and side window into Garden Room.
6.72m max x 4.55m plus bay window (22'1" max x 14'11" plus bay window)
Gas coal effect fireplace with reconstituted stone surround and display mantles, radiator, bay window with seat beneath offers a lovely aspect over the garden, glazed window and door to side aspect leading out to the garden. Opening through to:
3.29m x 2.73m (10'10" x 8'11")
Windows to side and rear aspects offering an outlook over the gardens, radiator, built-in cupboard and drawer, free-standing drinks bar.
With large airing cupboard housing hot water tank, loft hatch to roof space and doors to:
5.69m x 3.64m to wardrobe plus bay (18'8" x 11'11" to wardrobe plus bay)
Bay window to side aspect and window to rear overlooking the garden, two radiators, fitted wardrobes to one wall and two further built-in double wardrobes.
4.57m x 3.31m (15'0" x 10'10")
Window to rear overlooking the garden, two built-in double wardrobes, radiator.
4.55m to wardrobes x 2.72 (14'11" to wardrobes x 8'11")
Window to front aspect, radiator, two built-in double wardrobes, wash basin unit with cupboards beneath.
2.71m over bath x 1.94m (8'11" over bath x 6'4")
Bath with fitted mirror to one wall, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and bidet, part tiled walls, shelving to recess and obscure glazed window.
2.05m max x 1.95m (6'9" max x 6'5")
Shower enclosure with Mira mixer shower, low level WC, shelving to recess, radiator and obscure glazed window.
5.96m max x 2.35m (19'7" max x 7'9")
Being hardwood double glazed with a a ploy-carbonate roof and an outlook over the garden. Doors to front and rear leading out to the garden, tiled floor and staircase to a lower level with a further door to front and door to:
Initially with and inner hall, door to garden and further doors to:
2.78m x 1.85m (9'1" x 6'1")
Separated into two areas, the boiler is at a lower level (a gas fired Ideal boiler for the hot water and central heating system), from here one can gain access to beneath the garden room, there is a window and steps up to a higher level with further window, power and light.
1.82m x 0.88m (6'0" x 2'11")
Basin with electric water heater, plumbing for washing machine, power and light, obscure window.
1.83m x 0.88m (6'0" x 2'11")
Window, power, light and electricity meter.
1.85m x 0.92m (6'1" x 3'0")
Window shelving and light.
3.52m plus recess x 2.71m (11'7" plus recess x 8'11")
Window, base and wall cupboards, power, light and shelving.
The property is approached by a shared entrance that leads onto a good sized tarmacadam driveway that provides parking for numerous vehicles and gives access to:
7.0m deep x 6.23m wide (23'0" deep x 20'5" wide)
With a remote operated door to front, window to rear and personal door to side, power and light.
The gardens and grounds are one of the most interesting and surprising features of the property. The plot totals around ½ an acre which, for a central town property, is fairly unusual. The gardens are very appealing, being mainly laid to Easterly facing lawn at the rear but then extending out to the Southern side of the property with a further lawned area and mature trees. A particularly nice feature is the brook that runs across the rear garden with two stone bridges enabling access to the lawn and pond beyond. There is a raised patio at the rear of the property that offers a lovely aspect over the garden with a beautiful weeping willow to one side and a mature silver birch along with a number of mature shrubs.
The gardens really have to be experienced to be fully appreciated.
There is a restrictive covenant that states that no outbuildings are to be built to the rear of the neighbouring property in their line of view, also no fences are to be erected on the boundary between the two properties.
From our office in Gloucester Road, head out of the town centre passing the Chase Hotel on the right hand side, the first turning left into Woodview Lane leads to the rear of the property and parking spaces however the second left turning left after the Chase Hotel leads into Smallbrook Road where the property will be found on the right hand side.
Herefordshire Council - 01432 260000. Council Tax Band "E". Amount payable 2019/2020 £2376.45
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property.
The floor plans within this brochure are a sketch for illustrative purposes and are intended as an approximate guide only. They should not be relied on as being accurate, to scale or as a representation of fact.
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is FREEHOLD. Any interested parties should ensure verification by their solicitor.