Property in Breinton Common

Chapel Croft, Breinton Common, Herefordshire

Guide Price - £560,000 Sold - Subject To Contract

Key features

VIEWINGS COMMENCING: Monday 19th April - Beautifully positioned with uninterrupted south facing views, a very individual modern detached house in a sought-after location only a few minutes drive from the cathedral city of Hereford.

  • Good access for city
  • Four bedrooms
  • Well maintained
  • Lovely Wye Valley views
  • Quiet location
  • Viewing highly recommended

Notes and Comments:

Situation and Description
Breinton Common and Breinton are quietly situated some 3 miles west of the historic cathedral city of Hereford in the heart of the Wye Valley. The two villages lie approximately 1 mile apart and this active community is supported by a village church and hall and some wonderful walks right on the doorstep. Hereford city is approximately 4.5 miles and provides an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities, with the additional benefit of road and main line rail links to other parts of the country.
Chapel Croft was built in the early part of this century to an individual design and combined modern building techniques with a tradition feel. Beautifully positioned, with uninterrupted rural views over the Wye Valley, the house is very comfortable and is ideally suited for retirement or for a small family, as the main living accommodation is mostly on one level. Features currently include extensive oak joinery, double glazing, under floor heating, a well fitted kitchen, solar panels and a large and private sun terrace which makes the most of the outlook. The gardens are well planned and designed for ease of management and there is a detached double garage with room above, which could make a good home office.
The property is approached from the village lane by its own private driveway which provides extensive parking space. A front door leads into an enclosed porch with coat hooks and a fitted display and storage cupboard. A further door opens into an impressive living room with plenty of light and space, having a vaulted ceiling and an engineered oak floor with a feature brick fireplace at one end. There is direct access to a large sun terrace which makes the most of the wonderful outlook. Adjoining the living room is a very well-appointed kitchen/ breakfast room with an extensive range of fitted units and built-in appliances. Well planned throughout, the kitchen also has stunning views and is well supported by a utility room which has a pantry cupboard, the central heating boiler, and a door to outside.
At the other end of the house an inner hallway with large, fitted wardrobes, gives access to the main bedroom which enjoys a dual aspect and includes fitted bedroom furniture and has its own en suite shower room. Bedroom two doubles as an office with a separate shower room next door. The remaining two bedrooms, bathroom and store room lie on the lower ground floor and are accessed from a staircase in one corner of the living room as is a walk-in storeroom.

The gardens and outside space have been well designed and make the most of the topography and include small lawned areas, mature herbaceous and shrub borders. The drive sweeps around and down to the rear of the house giving access to a detached open fronted double garage. This has power and lighting and an external staircase which gives access to a vaulted room above 17’7 x 10’, which could offer a number of uses. There are then 12 photovoltaic panels which provide electricity and feed into the grid giving the house an annual income.

Directions - From Hereford city, proceed in a westerly direction on the A438 towards Brecon. As you leave the city, continue along Kings Acre Road, passing the Garden Centre on the right, and after one quarter of a mile turn left into Breinton Lane. Continue for a mile and at the T junction turn right. Proceed for a further mile and on entering Breinton Common, Chapel Croft will be found on the left-hand side.

Services and Considerations Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage and oil fired central heating. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band F £2769.64. EPC E. Tenure freehold.

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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.