Accessed via its own gated and curved driveway sits this character, four bedroom home in the village of Withington, Herefordshire.
Accessed via its own gated and curved driveway sits this character, four bedroom home in the village of Withington, Herefordshire. On entering the property you are greeted by the modern kitchen/dining room. This room would make a wonderful heart of the home with space for a table and sofa/snug area. There is also a stable door with access to the rear garden.
Next to this is another reception room and a wc which could equally well serve as a formal dining room or perhaps a play room. The ground floor is completed by the lounge with its fireplace and beamed ceiling and walls. Stairs from here lead up to the landing which, in itself, is a useful space and benefits from lots of natural light through the skylights and window.
At the end of the landing - and past the bathroom with vaulted ceiling; separate bath and shower cubicle - is the principal room with ensuite. There are two windows overlooking the adjacent orchard and a high, vaulted ceiling. The ensuite has two skylights and a bath with shower over. All of the rooms on this floor have high ceilings and their own unique character.
Outside, there are gardens to the front and rear and an outbuilding - formerly a bake house. There is scope for cosmetic enhancement throughout this property and the opportunity for you to make this a truly wonderful home.
The village of Withington is approximately 5 miles from the city of Hereford with all of its amenities - from its myriad shops, cafÃ©s, restaurants and bars to the wonderful cathedral at its heart. We highly recommend viewing this very special property and for you to see the potential it offers its new owners.
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