Property in Nr Weobley

Logpool, Nr Weobley, Herefordshire

Guide Price - £900,000

Key features

A very light and spacious property, in an outstanding location, with no immediate neighbours but far from isolated. This four/five bedroom detached country property is set in large private, and well-established gardens with double garage and wonderful views.

  • No immediate neighbours & rural views
  • Light, bright and spacious
  • Four/five double bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms & shower room
  • Three/four reception rooms
  • Two study options, if required
  • 3439 sq ft/319sq m
  • Double garage and ample parking
  • Set in half acre of landscaped gardens
  • Dark sky location

Notes and Comments:

GUIDE PRICE £900,000 to £925,000
Situation and Description
Private but not isolated, and set in a peaceful rural part of Herefordshire, Logpool is one of a number of individual houses and cottages that make up the small hamlet of Ledgemoor. The very popular and sought-after larger village of Weobley lies only five minutes away and provides an excellent range of local services, including a village store, doctors’ surgery, dentist practice, pubs and restaurant, a primary and secondary school, plus two 18 hole golf clubs are within a short driving distance both offering bars and restaurants serving local produce. The cathedral city of Hereford lies some 8 miles away and provides more extensive facilities, together with road and rail links to other parts of the country.

Logpool itself is a very spacious and comfortable house which has been much improved over the last few years by the current owners. Offering in excess of 3,000sq ft of living space it offers an excellent range of reception rooms, a very stylish kitchen/breakfast room and plenty of practical supporting space. There is a large master suite on the first floor with many of the rooms enjoying fantastic views over fields and the hills beyond. Particular features include oak fielded panel doors and window sills, an oak staircase with spacious galleried landing, double glazing throughout, a traditional walk-in pantry with marble cold slab and fitted flyscreen.

On arrival, an enclosed porch and front door opens into a stunning, spacious and welcoming L shaped entrance hall— a unique feature of this property, with oak flooring. The drawing room offers plenty of space and has an open fireplace and a triple aspect with doors opening onto a large sun terrace. A sitting room, which also features an open fireplace, could also be utilised as an extra bedroom, TV room, or for a variety of other uses, and also has direct access to the rear sun terrace.  A separate dining room is ideal for entertaining and includes panelling to the walls. A separate study provides a quiet space away to work from home (superfast broadband connection at end of drive) and a stylish kitchen/breakfast room forms the main hub of the house.
The well-designed bespoke kitchen has plenty of practical workspace and includes spaces for a two-oven Aga and range cooker with glass splash-backs, and a Perrin & Rowe nickel mixer tap with rinse. There is a central island with lime-washed ash top, feature shelf, soft-close pan draws and cupboards. Other kitchen and utility areas have work surfaces, upstands and deep-set windowsills all fashioned in quartz. Adjoining the kitchen, the supporting spaces include a utility with deep butler sink and traditional Perrin & Rowe nickel taps, a scullery, a walk-in pantry and separate cloakroom. Karndean flooring throughout, completes the picture. 

On the first floor, the landing benefits from three extremely useful linen storage cupboards, with an impressive master suite offering plenty of space that has a triple aspect with lovely outlooks over open countryside. There is a good-sized dressing area with plenty of wardrobe space and a very comfortable and refurbished en suite bathroom with deep fill double-ended bath.  A separate guest suite with eaves storage, also has similar facilities and there are two further double bedrooms, one with its own shower, and a family bathroom.

Logpool is approached initially by a right of way over a private drive and then to its own parking area, with space for plenty of vehicles, and access to a large detached double garage with separate workshop at the rear. The garage has an automatic door to the front and measures 17’2 x 16’2 with additional part-boarded first floor loft storage space and a workshop measuring 7’8 x 7’ 6.

The gardens, which surround the property 360 degrees, are well established and offer the house privacy and protection with a formal lawned area providing enough space for croquet or badminton. Well enclosed on all sides, they are well stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs and trees with an extensive sun terrace at the rear providing excellent alfresco entertaining space. A separate orchard area also benefits from raspberry canes, a mature rhubarb patch, and a herb bed; supported by a greenhouse and shed. Various pathways lead around the gardens and to an attractive summerhouse 12’ x 8’ 4.

HR4 8RN W3W crab.spud.thundered – to drive entrance. From Hereford proceed out on the A4110 towards Canon Pyon and Knighton.  Turn left at the traffic lights on the edge of the city and follow the signs to Burghill, Tillington, Wormsley and Weobley.  Continue through Burghill and Tillington and after passing The Herefordshire Golf Course at Wormsley take the second right (after approx. 1.7m) to Ledgemoor.  Turning right at the T junction and right again down a no-through road.  The entrance to Logpool is the first on the right with the property being set at the end of a long driveway.

Services and Considerations Mains electricity, mains water and supplementary borehole supply with electric pump, external power points, lighting, oil fired central heating with new Worcester Bosh boiler and associated pipework and Flexi CF flue fitted in 2017, and private drainage. Neighbouring farmer has rights over the driveway but, to the owners knowledge, they have never exercised this right.   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. Superfast broadband connection available. Tenure Freehold. Tax band F = £2,912.00p/a. EPC E.

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