3, Chestnut Lane, Burghill, forming part of an exclusive and desirable development
Guide Price - £475,000 Sold - Subject To Contract
Forming part of this exclusive and desirable development, a very spacious period house with attractive south facing gardens and direct access to adjoining parkland.
- Very attractive and spacious house
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- Four very comfortable bedrooms
- Good-sized garage with a studio room above
- South facing gardens
- No onward chain
Notes and Comments:
Situation and description
St Marys Park lies between the very popular village of Burghill and the outer edge of the Cathedral City of Hereford. Formerly the site of a large Victorian hospital the development is now a very desirable and exclusive private development combining a mix of period architecture and modern design, together with a new development of stand-alone houses. Now well established, the development offers both private and shared spaces with an attractive deer park, Childrens’ playground and a central lake.
Burghill village itself has a thriving community centred around a lovely village church. There is also a community hall, primary school and an excellent golf course, as well as a shop, cricket club, and public house within easy reach at the adjoining village of Tillington. The cathedral city of Hereford is only 2 miles away and offers an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as a choice of schools and a mainline train station.
Converted from one of the original hospital buildings, 3 Chestnut Lane is a very attractive and spacious house offering a blend of period and modern features including high ceilings, sash windows, fielded panel doors, plenty of light and space, a well fitted kitchen, and all mains’ services. The property would now benefit from some improvement and offers excellent potential and has allocated parking for both the property and guests along with a good-sized garage with a studio room above.
On arrival a front door leads into a spacious reception hall with a high ceiling, dado rail, original pillar, cloakroom and large understairs storage cupboard. There is a very comfortable sitting room which offers direct access to the gardens and a separate dining room which overlooks the gardens and parkland. A large kitchen/breakfast room is an ideal place for the family to gather and again offers plenty of space with a high ceiling and a range of fitted units with cupboards and drawers as well as a number of appliances.
From the reception hall a staircase rises to the first floor where there are four very comfortable bedrooms including a master bedroom with plenty of wardrobe space and an en suite bathroom. The rear bedrooms have far reaching views and a good sized bathroom supports the upstairs accommodation.
The property is part of this exclusive and cared for development which offers both private and communal spaces which include a deer park, children’s play area and a large central pond full of wildlife. With allocated and guest parking to the front the house also has its own garage 18’2 x 9’4 with a staircase to a first-floor studio 11’9 x 9’4 with windows to front and rear and both power and lighting. The gardens then lie to the rear of the house and are south facing and well enclosed with a sun terrace and gate giving direct access into the deer park.
Services and considerations
All mains’ services are connected. There are protective covenants for the benefit of all the residents of the development further details available on request. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. The buyers are advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor.
Council Tax Band: F £3,141.14
EPC Band: Energy Rating E – 01.06.2033
Rights of Way
All prospective purchasers are advised to clarify matters relating to rights of way with their Solicitor.
Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers. A picture ID and a separate ID together with funding.
These Particulars are offered on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this Company. Neither these Particulars nor related correspondence, nor oral representations, form part of any offer or contract and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
From Hereford proceed initially in a westerly direction on the A438 towards Brecon. Pass along Whitecross Road for approximately three quarters of a mile and at the roundabout bear right onto the A4110 towards Canon Pyon. Continue to the next main road junction and at the lights bear left into Roman Road and after 200 yards turn right towards Burghill and Tillington. Continue on this road for approximately half a mile and turn right into the development. Take the second right hand turn into Chestnut Lane and continue to the end where the property will be found on the left-hand side.
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These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form part of any contract.