A beautifully crafted new build semi-detached three bedroom house, within the highly sought-after Herefordshire village of Hoarwithy, within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Guide Price – £425,000
Canopy Porch – Entrance Hall – Kitchen/Dining Room – Sitting Room – Utility Room – Downstairs WC – Three Double Bedrooms – Ensuite – Family Bathroom – Private Driveway – Private Rear Garden
Hoarwithy is a sought-after village in South Herefordshire, between Ross-on-Wye and Hereford. The village is on the western banks of the River Wye, in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
It is surrounded by some of Herefordshire’s finest countryside, much of which can be enjoyed on numerous footpaths and quiet lanes, including riverside footpaths. Canoes can be launched at Tresseck campsite, just beyond the New Harp Inn.
At the heart of the village, is the New Harp Inn, a bustling village pub which includes a small shop, and Post Office service on Mondays.
Within 2 miles there are two other pubs, The Lough Pool at Sellack, and The Cottage of Content in Carey, both renowned for the food offerings and feature in the Good Pub Guide.
Hoarwithy is well known for its impressive Italianate church, the church of St Catherine. Within 2 miles of the village, there are two Primary Schools rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofstead, Kings Caple Primary Academy, and Little Dewchurch C of E Primary School.
Belmont is constructed of a timber frame with a combination of stone facing and rendered exterior walls, under a slate tiled roof with metal gutters and downpipes.
There are powder coated aluminium double glazed windows with blue brick surrounds, bi-fold doors, heavy duty oak front door, and an oak framed apex porch.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising an entrance hall, which leads to a spacious kitchen-dining room, which is semi open to a large sitting room with bifold doors.
There is a rear hall which leads to a downstairs WC, utility room, and stairs to the first floor.
Upstairs there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room.
Outside there is a private driveway at the front, and a south facing private garden at the rear.
Ross-on-Wye 5.5 miles – Hereford 8.5 miles – M50 Motorway 6.5 Miles – Main Line Train Station (Hereford) 9 miles
The property is approached via a private gravelled driveway and paving to a solid oak front door with window, under an oak framed apex porch.
The front door opens into an entrance hall with solid limestone flooring with underfloor heating, which continues throughout the ground floor.
There is a cupboard on the left, storing the hot water tank and space as a hall cupboard. There are recessed downlights, and on the right a door to the kitchen-diner.
The kitchen diner is a light and spacious room with a well-appointed fitted kitchen. There are shaker style wall and base cupboards with quartz countertops, up stands and splash backs.
All of the appliances are made by Siemens and include an induction hob with extractor above, eye-level twin electric and microwave ovens, integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge and freezer.
There is an inset stainless steel sink and a half with mixer tap, integrated bin drawer, and pan drawers. There is under cupboard lighting and brushed stainless steel double sockets.
There is a window at the front overlooking the driveway and on the opposite wall a door to a spacious understairs cupboard. A wide opening leads to the sitting room.
The sitting room is bright and light with a dual aspect. There is a large window at the front and bifold doors at the rear that open onto the rear garden terrace.
There are twin pendant lights and numerous socket points, including phone line.
From the kitchen-diner there is a door to the rear hall which leads to a downstairs WC, utility room, stairs to first floor, and a further glazed back door.
The utility room has base cupboard and a quartz countertop with inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap. There is space for a washing machine and dryer, and brushed stainless steel double sockets.
The WC is opposite the utility room and comprises a modern close coupled WC and a compact vanity basin with mixer tap, porcelain tiled splash backs and storage cupboard below. There is an obscured glazed window and recessed downlights.
Carpeted stairs rise to the first floor with an oak handrail and oak balustrades at the landing. At the landing there is a hatch to a loft, and doors to each of the bedrooms and bathroom.
The main bedroom is a generous sized room with ensuite shower room. There is a window at the front with views of trees, a meadow and St Catherines Church. The floors are carpeted, there is a pendant light and multiple socket points and phone socket.
The ensuite has porcelain tiled flooring and tiled walls to a walk-in shower enclosure with glass shower screen and double shower heads. There is a modern WC, Vanity basin with mixer tap and storage, below a mirror with integrated light.
There is a large electric and main fed chrome radiator and a door to a large storage cupboard. There is obscured glazing, extractor fan and recessed downlights.
There are two further double bedrooms, both carpeted with pendant lights and front aspects over looking trees, a meadow, and St Catherines Church.
The bathroom has a panelled bath with double shower heads with glass shower screen. There is a modern WC and vanity basin with mixer tap and storage, below a mirror with integrated light. There are porcelain tiles to the flooring and walls of the bath and shower enclosure. There is a tall chrome towel radiator, extractor fan and obscured glazed window.
To the front of the property is the driveway with Forest of Dean gravel, and a tarmac splay (to come). There is post and rail fencing at the front with shrub beds behind. Beyond the post and rail fencing there are closeboard fencing panels.
There are flower beds planted with shrubs, an air source heat pump behind trellis fencing, and an outdoor tap at the front of the property. Within the oak framed porch there is a motion sensored light, and further lights at the side and rear of the property.
Access to the rear garden is via a path at the side of the property.
At the rear of the property there is a south facing garden with rendered retaining walls with close board fence panels above, providing enhanced privacy.
There is a sandstone path and terrace area. The rest of the area is gravelled. There is an outdoor tap, socket point and outdoor lights.
Herefordshire Council Tax ‘tbc’
Mains Electricity & Water
Private Drainage (shared treatment plant)
Air Source Heat Pump Heating
Underfloor heating to ground floor
Double glazing throughout
£2000 Reservation Fee Payable
Directions – HR2 6HQ
Heading south from Hereford to Hoarwithy, take the right turn opposite the New Harp Inn, within the village (sign posted to Llanwarne). Almost immediately after, take the right turn at the fork onto Tresseck Mill Road. The property is on the left just after the two detached houses. The property is marked with a Glasshouse Properties For Sale board.