A unique opportunity for a family home or equestrian property, four bedrooms, triple garage, stables and a barn, with fantastic views over the Lugg Valley towards the Malverns.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen in the hamlet of Upper Lyde near Hereford. A detached bungalow, built in the 1960â€™s, which has been lived in by the current owners for over forty years. Although in need of some modernisation, the property has been well maintained and is well presented throughout.
The property features four large bedrooms and a family bathroom, a large kitchen diner with log burner and a separate reception room with open fire. This could be a lovely family home, a development project or make the perfect retreat for anyone seeking a slower pace of life.
Please be aware that part of this property is of non-standard woolaway construction. For more information please contact the branch.
The views from the large windows at the rear of the property stretch over the Lugg Valley towards The Malverns. The formal garden is accessed from the utility room (which houses the new boiler) and surrounds the property and leads to the triple garage.
A key attraction of this property lies outside with its 8 acres of land and the potential both the property and this land could offer. A paddock, with tack room and small barn, sits adjacent to the formal garden which overlooks the fields and stables.
Upper Lyde sits roughly three miles north of Hereford with its closest villages being Moreton-On-Lugg with its post office, convenience store, fish and chip shop and church and Burghill with its church and friendly community.
This is a unique opportunity to own a property in an ideal location - near a city but feeling as though it is anything but - and for new owners to truly make their own. Viewing is highly recommended.
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