Property in Hereford
7, St Ethelbert Street, Hereford
Offers Over - £430,000 Sold - Subject To Contract
In a highly desirable location, and forming part of a conservation area, a wonderful period town house, offering deceptively spacious accommodation all within easy walking distance of Hereford city centre.
- Offering huge potential
- Five bedrooms overall
- Walking distance of facilities
- Requires improvement
- Garden to the rear
- Laid out of three floors
- With cellar rooms
- No onward chain
Notes and Comments:
Situation and Description
St Ethelbert Street lies almost within a stone’s throw of Hereford’s historic cathedral and associated school, with an excellent choice of shopping facilities and restaurants also within easy walking distance. There are nearby parks, which offer additional outside space and some lovely walks along the banks of the River Wye. Hereford city also offers a main line train station with connections to Birmingham New Street, London Paddington and Newport.
This attractive Grade II Listed period house offers deceptively spacious accommodation which is laid out over three floors with an unconverted cellar, offering further living potential. The house retains a number of period features, from sash windows to original fireplaces and currently benefits from gas fired central heating, en suite bathrooms and shower cubicles to the bedrooms and a well-fitted kitchen. On the ground floor, to the rear, is a small but attractive walled garden with separate access to the side via double gates.
On arrival, a front door leads into a reception hall which in turn provides access to a good-sized study at the front of the house with sash window. At the rear is a spacious living room, which along with the adjoining kitchen, creates a wonderful space for the family to gather, with a walk-in bay with doors leading out to the rear garden. The kitchen is well-appointed with a range of cupboards and drawers, fitted gas hob, double oven and fridge and freezer. The living space on the ground-floor is supported by a spacious wet-room with a separate small utility room and door to outside.
From the entrance hall a staircase rises to a first-floor landing, with cloakroom and door to a drawing room, with wooden flooring, marble open fireplace, sash windows to the front overlooking Castle Street and the cathedral beyond. Also, on this floor are two double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom, and the second with its own shower cubicle and wash hand basin. The staircase continues to the second floor where there are three further double bedrooms, two of which have separate en suite facilities.
Accessed from the living room is a useful cellar, currently divided into two main rooms, one housing the gas fired central heating boiler.
To the rear of the house there are small gardens, which are enclosed by brick-walling with patio area, herbaceous borders and trees, with gates providing access to the side of the property.
Services and Considerations
Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, gas 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. Broadband available. Council tax band F. EPC n/a. Tenure freehold.
From the north: A49 along Edgar Street. At the roundabout proceed straight over and take the left hand turning into West Street. Continue along West Street into East Street and at the end turn
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