Westhope, Hereford


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in stunning rural location with far reaching views, a characterful detached BORDER OAK half timbers country residence offering generous 3 double bed accommodation set in landscaped gardens, with garaging and ample parking. A must see property.


This charming detached Border Oak property is set in a truly tranquil location in the village of Westhope, surrounded by the most beautiful Herefordshire countryside, of which it commands the most impressive views. A good range of amenities are available in the nearby village of Canon Pyon approx. one mile south of the village where there is excellent village store/post office, public house/restaurant, primary school, Church and regular bus service. A further 9 miles to the south is the Cathedral City of Hereford where there is an excellent range of amenities to include numerous supermarkets, leisure facilities, schooling and railway station.


Set in a truly delightful and command position this impressive detached Border Oak property offers a wealth of character and charm through, with a plethora of classic Border Oak detailing. Starting with the classic Oak Framed Porch over the main front door this then leads to a spacious reception hallway with flag stone flooring and beautiful oak open staircase leading up to the first floor. From the hallway doors then opened to the dual aspect living room with an impressive brick inglenook fireplace with oak lintel and inset Clearview Stove set on a flagged hearth with lovely oak timbers which continue throughout the house. A separate study provides space for someone wishing to work from home with a lovely outlook over the gardens and countryside beyond or alternatively could provide a lovely snug/sitting room.

The kitchen forms the hub of the home opening out to the dining and garden room and would be fabulous for entertaining. The kitchen offers a comprehensive range of matching cupboards with integrated dishwasher and planned space for cooker with a window overlooking the front garden. Flagged floors continue though the room where there is ample space for a family dining table which in turn leads to the impressive garden room with vaulted ceiling with oak timbering and double doors leading out to the gardens and take advantage of the lovely unspoilt rural views. In addition to this is a large utility room/hallway with further cupboards and storage with Belfast sink and space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer. There is a door to the gardens and further doors to the cloakroom/wc and boiler room which houses the oil fired boiler.

The first floor accommodation includes an impressive galleried landing with oak flooring and timbers with good sized Linen Cupboard, doors lead off to all rooms including an impressive and generous master bedroom with large built-in double wardrobe, oak flooring and timbers with the benefit of a large en-suite bathroom with both bath and separate shower cubical. The two further bedrooms are both good sized doubles with the second bedroom especially benefiting from lovely far reaching views. The family bathroom is well presented with the benefit of a bath with separate mains shower over.

The property is set in its own attractive landscaped gardens and grounds which adjoins open farmland with the dominating feature far reaching rural views. A gravelled driveway provides ample parking and turning area with an excellent

DETACHED GARAGE BLOCK Approx. 15 0 x 13 0 (4.57m x 3.97m) with power and light fitted, concrete flooring, double opening doors to the front.

There is a flagged and gravelled pathway leading to both front and rear elevations to the property and to the rear of the garage there is a useful

TIMBER FRAMED GARDEN SHED 7 8 x 5 10 (2.34m x 1.78m).

The gardens have been attractively landscaped with flagged, gravelled and patio areas leading off the conservatory and the French doors from the living room providing a lovely seating area. The gardens include shaped lawned areas together with well stocked floral and shrub borders with raised sleeper beds, mature trees and pond with water feature. Within the garden is the oil tank and former brick built store which houses the borehole. There is also an outside cold water tap and lighting.


Mains Electricity & Water.

Private Shared Drainage Via A Klargester System.

Oil Fired Centrally Heated Underfloor System

Additional Private Water Supply From A Borehole Within The Garden.


Council Tax Band: F


Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000.


Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson Property Telephone 01568 610600.


From Hereford proceed north towards Canon Pyon on the A4110. Continue through Canon Pyon and turn right just after the Village School signposted Westhope. After approximately half a mile turn left at the T Junction, bearing right towards the village centre. Just after the phone box on your left turn right onto a shared private roadway which will lead down to the property.

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