Property in Hereford

Westlands, Mansel Lacy, Herefordshire

Guide Price - £499,900 Sold - Subject To Contract

Key features

A very spacious and comfortable family home, set in established good sized gardens, in the heart of this lovely rural village.

  • Spacious detached house
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Three reception room
  • Double garage
  • Good sized level gardens
  • Well maintained throughout
  • Off quiet country lane

Notes and Comments:

Situation and Description
Lying centrally in this pretty village, Westlands is an individually designed house which overlooks and adjoins an old orchard at the rear. The village remains unspoilt and is clustered around a pretty village church and is surrounded by farmland. Local services are available at nearby Credenhill (2 miles) and at the larger historic black and white village of Weobley (6 miles). The cathedral city of Hereford (7miles) is also within easy reach and provides more extensive facilities, with an excellent range of shops, leisure facilities and road and rail links to other parts of the country.

This lovely family house has been much loved over the years and is deceptively spacious with rooms leading off from a large hall and landing; making it Ideal for a growing family, or providing opportunities to entertain larger groups. The current accommodation includes oil fired central heating, double glazing a modern conservatory and a well fitted and practical kitchen/breakfast room.

On arrival a pillared porch and double front door opens into a welcoming and spacious reception hall with decorative archway and double fronted wood burner with slate hearth and door to a useful cloakroom. Access can then be gained to the sitting room, which again is a good size with dual aspect, double fronted wood burner, wall lights and sliding doors to the conservatory. This room has a tiled floor and direct access to, and views over, the gardens as well as a ceiling fan for those hotter summer days. A separate dining room creates an ideal entertaining space, or could be a family room, and also has a double aspect.

The kitchen/breakfast room forms the main hub of the house and is well appointed with a good range of fitted units and appliances including Neff double oven, hob and extractor, fridge dishwasher, microwave and pantry cupboards. Windows provide views over the gardens and a glazed door gives access to outside.

From the reception hall a staircase rises to a generous landing with a window to the front and access to the roof space. Doors lead into four good bedrooms, all with built in or fitted bedroom furniture, and a large family bathroom, which is well appointed and includes a deep fill bath and separate shower.

Outside - the house is approached from the village lane by its own driveway which leads past the side of the house to a parking and turning space and the detached double garage 17’6 x 17’. This has twin up and over doors, power, light, a concrete floor and windows to the rear and door to the side. The front gardens are laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, plants and shrubs and a pathway leading around the house to the rear. Here the gardens form a particular feature and again are well established, being laid mainly to lawn, with herbaceous borders down one side, various shrubs and trees, three raised beds, patio, and a covered barbecue area at one end, with a lovely outlook over a neighbouring orchard. A useful garden shed 11’ x 8’ provides additional storage and a boiler room with oil fired boiler lies at the rear of the house.

Services and Considerations Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, 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: £2439.39. EPC D. Tenure freehold.

Directions
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From Hereford City, take the A438 in a westerly direction for approximately 2 miles before turning right for Stretton Sugwas, Credenhill and Weobley, onto the A480. Proceed through Credenhill and continue for a further 2 miles and at a small crossroads turn right into Mansel Lacy. Westlands will then be found on the right-hand side after a short distance.

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