4, Pencombe, Bromyard
Guide Price - £385,000 Sold - Subject To Contract
Located on the edge of this rural village, in a small cul de sac, a very comfortable detached bungalow with double garage and ample parking.
- Well maintained detached bungalow
- Set on a level plot
- Farmland views to rear
- Double garage and parking
- No forward chain
- Set within a pretty village
- Two/three bedrooms
- En suite and bathroom
- Ample reception space
- Light and airy
Notes and Comments:
Situation and Description
The rural village of Pencombe lies in north-east Herefordshire and is set well away from main roads. It has a thriving community centred around a very popular primary school, together with a village hall, public house, and pretty village church. More extensive facilities are available at the nearby market town of Bromyard which offers an excellent range of amenities, with further services at Leominster, Hereford and Worcester.
Forming part of a small cul de sac, this very comfortable property offers well maintained accommodation throughout and includes oil fired central heating, double glazing, fitted carpets and Karndean flooring, and attractive gardens to both the front and rear.
On arrival a recessed porch and front door leads into a welcoming reception hall with Karndean wood effect flooring, access to roof space and built-in cupboard. The sitting room has a fireplace with fitted wood burner, large window to the front and, unusually for a bungalow, a vaulted ceiling. The sitting room is open plan to the dining area, allowing both rooms to create a very usable space. The dining room also has a vaulted ceiling, direct access from the kitchen and a glazed panel door through to a conservatory or garden room, which has direct access to outside and overlooks the garden and farmland. The kitchen/breakfast room is well appointed with an array of fitted cupboards and drawers, tiled floor, built in freezer, single drainer sink unit, and a lovely outlook over the gardens. The kitchen is supported by a useful utility room with further cupboards and working space, wall mounted boiler and access to the gardens.
From the hallway a door leads to the main bedroom which has a dual aspect, fitted carpet, wardrobe, and an en suite shower room, with all the usual fittings. There is a second bedroom with views to the rear, a useful study or third bedroom with a dual aspect, and a separate bathroom which is well fitted and includes a bath with power shower above and access to the airing cupboard.
Outside The property is approached, from the cul de sac, by its own driveway which has plenty of space for at least four cars and leads to a useful double garage with twin up and over doors, door to rear and power and light. To the front, the gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a pathway leading round to the rear gardens which enjoy a pleasant aspect and adjoin farmland. They are again laid mainly to lawn with a sun terrace and herbaceous borders and are enclosed on either side by close boarded fencing.
Services and Considerations mains water, electricity, 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 .E = £2581.60 p/a EPC E [52/96]. Tenure freehold.
Prospective purchasers: Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers. A picture ID and a separate address ID together with proof of funding.
Directions W3W: crowns.footballers.toads
Proceed out of Hereford on the A465, up and over Aylestone Hill. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the A4103, signposted to Worcester and Bromyard. Continue along this road, bearing left back onto the A465 to Bromyard. Continue on this road until you reach Burley Gate and, at the roundabout, take the first left turning onto the A417. Again, stay on this road and take a right hand turning, signposted Pencombe 3 miles. Continue into the village, passing the Wheelwrights Arms on the left, and take the next right hand turn to Little Cowarne. Continue for a further 200 metres and Burghope Orchard will be found on the right. Proceed into the cul-de sac and bear right and No 4 is on the left hand side.
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