A stunning Grade II* Listed residence having a wealth of character with exposed beams and feature cruck frame.
This superb family home stands in its own courtyard setting adjacent to a substantial timber barn and range of further brick outbuildings. From most of the principal rooms there are fine views across farmland to the distant hills of Orcop and Saddlebow. A few years ago, the property was sympathetically extended and now provides substantial accommodation arranged over two floors with contemporary fitments and suites blending with the abundance of character throughout. The spacious rooms briefly comprise; feature Reception Hall, large Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 4 Reception Rooms, most with fireplaces, Utility and to the First Floor 6 Bedrooms, a Shower Room and Bathroom.
For buyers searching for a quality, aesthetically appealing family home offering much potential with a range of outbuildings, then an internal inspection is highly recommended.
Didley can be found 6 miles to the south of Hereford along the A465 Abergavenny Road. The property itself is set back off the main road along a small no-through track servicing just a handful of other properties.
Within 1 mile of the property at Allensmore there is a petrol filling station with popular farm produce, Village Store and Post Office. The Three Horseshoes Public House is a popular restaurant and from Didley itself there is a bus service to and from Hereford.
Hereford City itself offers a wider range of amenities and the Market Town of Hay-on-Wye lies 19 miles to the North West, Abergavenny lies 16 miles to the South West and Ross-on-Wye and the M50 15 miles to the South East.
The accommodation in more detail as follows:-
Arch Oak Door to -
With oak staircase, exposed cruck timber frame, under stairs cloaks area, flagstone flooring.
Having a wealth of character with exposed beams and brickwork, double glazed windows, stable door to outside, oil Rayburn, range of base units with granite worktops, inset 1.5 bowl sink and fitted appliances, central island with further units and drawers, flagstone flooring.
A room full of character having exposed beams, flagstone flooring, inglenook fireplace with feature herringbone stone, inset wood burner with mantle beam over, two radiators, door to outside and windows to front and rear.
With radiator, exposed wattle panelling feature, windows to front and side, exposed beams.
With stainless steel sink, plumbing space for washing machine, Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, radiator and tiled flooring.
With exposed timber studding which partly divides the room, exposed beams to wall and ceiling, stone fireplace with integral bread oven, windows with views towards Orcop and Saddlebow, enclosed secondary staircase to first floor and two radiators.
With window and views, radiator, fireplace with tiled surround.
The principal staircase leads from the Reception Hall to -
Having exposed cruck frame up to apex height with a wealth of character including exposed stone walling and beams.
With window and views.
Doors off to -
With double glazed windows, exposed floorboards, radiator, exposed beams extending to apex height
With exposed beams, brick chimney breast, double glazed window, exposed floorboards.
Comprising bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite, double glazed window, radiator, exposed beams.
Plus recess of 1.78m x 1.4m
A room, again full of character with exposed beams up to apex height, fireplace with raised grate with timber mantle over, radiator and double glazed window to front.
With radiator, window, secondary stairs to sitting room, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, exposed beams.
With window to front and rear, radiator and exposed beams.
Comprising shower, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite, radiator, exposed wattle panelling feature, double glazed window
With radiator, double glazed windows with superb views, pedestal wash hand basin, exposed beams.
With radiator, window and exposed beams.
A particularly lovely feature of this property is the private courtyard at the front. A tarmac entrance opens onto a driveway which sweeps to both sides of the property. A decorative pond lies next to a further entrance point. Hot tub.
Steps from a lawn lead to the front door.
The extensive range of outbuildings include;
To the rear, a large area of gravel spans the width of the property with a central patio. A further patio leads onto an ornamental garden with timber greenhouse and access to a vegetable bed and enclosed wild garden with fruit trees.
The bulk of the rear is laid to a level lawn having a pond with mature trees and shrubs surrounding. The uninterrupted far reaching southerly views look towards Orcop Hill and Saddlebow.A former Pig Cot houses the oil tank and provides further garden storage.
Navigate to HR2 9DA.
Leave Hereford travelling south west on the A465 Abergavenny road for 6 miles, taking the left turn (signposted Upper House Farm). Keep right on the track and the entrance to White House is between the two timber barns.
None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.
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