A three bedroom chalet bungalow nestled in the heart of a thriving rural community. The property has good sized sunny gardens and flexible accommodation. Viewing is highly recommended.
* Lounge * Dining Room * Kitchen * Cloakroom * Utility Room * Three Bedrooms * Bathroom * Garage/Workshop * 95% Double Glazed * Parkray Central Heating
Little Dewchurch is a village community, which lies to the southeast of Hereford, between the city and the market town of Ross On Wye. The village has a church, active community/village hall, public house and primary school. Neighbouring villages offer a further range of amenities and Hereford as a whole offers a wide range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities together with educational establishments and both bus and railway stations.
Door gives access through to Front Entrance Door leading in to:
Having uPVC double glazed window to side aspect, ample power points, radiator and telephone point. Half turn staircase giving access to first floor and landing. Wood panelled doors giving access through to:
Obscured double glazed window to side aspect and low level W.C with wall mounted wash hand basin with vanity unit under and mirrored medicine cabinet.
Lounge: 19'1" x 9'11" (5.82m x 3.02m)
A good sized light and spacious room with uPVC double glazed window to front aspect and secondary glazed window to side aspect. Fitted Parkray providing central heating and coal fire. Radiator, power points, glazed door through to:
Dining Room: 11'2" x 9' (3.4m x 2.74m)
Wood single glazed window to side aspect with views over the garden and double glazed window to rear aspect. A light and spacious room with ample power points. Room thermostat with central heating and door through to:
Kitchen: 13'7" x 9' (4.14m x 2.74m)
Having two uPVC double glazed windows to rear aspect with an Easterly facing aspect, ideally positioned for morning sun and light with fitted sun blinds. Modern range of wall and base mounted units with large larder cupboard. Single bowl drainer sink unit. Space for electric cooker and space for tall fridge/freezer. Plenty of space for a small table also. Tiled splash backs and tiled flooring throughout. Door giving access to hall way and door through to:
Utility Room: 9' x 5'7" (2.74m x 1.7m)
With uPVC double glazed window to side aspect and extensive range of fitted storage cupboards. Door giving access to garden. Plumbing for washing machine, power points.
From Hall Way:
Staircase gives access to:
First Floor Landing:
Having access to loft space which is well insulated. Door into Airing Cupboard which has recently refitted lagged hot water cylinder and ample slatted shelving. Matching doors give access to:
Bedroom 1: 14'10" x 11'5" (4.52m x 3.48m)
With uPVC double glazed window to side with lovely rural views. A good sized double bedroom with eaves storage, radiator and power points.
Bedroom 2: 14'10" x 9'1" (4.52m x 2.77m)
With uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Again a good sized double bedroom. Access to good sized storage area within eaves space. Radiator and power points.
Bedroom 3: 8'4" x 7'8" (2.54m x 2.34m)
With uPVC dorma window to front aspect, radiator and power points.
uPVC obscured double glazed dorma window to rear aspect. Coloured suite comprising low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, modern panelled bath with electric shower over. Fitted vanity unit, radiator.
To the front o the property drive way gives ample parking for several cars and leading round to detached Single Garage with Workshop: 15'10" x 8'7" (4.83m x 2.62m) With up and over garage door with power points and lighting and walk way through to Workshop Area: 8'6" x 7'9" (2.59m x 2.36m) Door into garden and single glazed window to rear aspect. Plenty of storage and power points. The bungalow is centrally situated within the plot and has good sized gardens all around the property with plenty of space for a caravan and several access gates into the garden which lead on to good sized patio area. The level lawns are private and enclosed. Path way leads to Summerhouse which has power points and lighting and is nicely situated to enjoy the pleasant outlook over the garden. There is also a Garden Shed and Greenhouse all of which are included. There is a coal bunker with a half ton capacity. From one of the gates access leads out onto the main road where there is a bus stop. The bungalow enjoys sunshine for most part of the day. To the side of the property is a small orchard area which has productive apple and pear trees.
From Ross on Wye at the Wilton Roundabout, take the turning on the A49 towards Hereford, taking the second turning right sign posted Hoarwithy. Proceeding through the village of Hoarwithy passing the Harp Public House on the right hand side, bear left up the hill sign posted Little Dewchurch. Continue on until reaching the village, passing the pub on the right hand side. Take the next turning left where you will find the Village hall on your left hand side and the turning for Court Close will be found on the right hand side. Bear round to the right and the bungalow will be found tucked away in the corner straight in front of you.
THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.