Almeley, Herefordshire - with annex

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
A handsome Grade II Listed Georgian village house, standing in gardens of half an acre, which includes a self-contained annex.

Almeley House is situated in the heart of the north-west Herefordshire village of Almeley and lies in a prominent position directly opposite the village church with a well-performing primary school, thriving public house with shop, access to countryside walks and a bus service.

The property was built in the mid-1700s by Lord Foley for the Land Agent of the nearby Newport Estate. As one would expect for a house of this age and stature there are many historic features. Original Oak floors run through the house with many of the rooms having panelling and open fireplaces. In keeping with the property s age, there are large multi paned windows with original shutters as well as high ceilings giving the whole house a light and airy feel.

There are a number of large reception rooms on the ground floor with a beautifully fitted handmade kitchen/breakfast room with doors leading out onto the garden. Also on this floor is a cloakroom and a useful utility room with access from an elegant entrance hall to a good-sized cellar. On the first floor, there are three comfortable bedrooms, one of which enjoys a jack and Jill en-suite, as well as a family bathroom. On the second floor there is a large bathroom and three further double bedrooms all enjoying views towards Hay Bluff in the distance.

The property stands in well stocked and well-presented gardens of just under half an acre, that sweep predominately around to the rear of the house and are walled on two sides and includes an abundance of mature trees, shrubs, and floral borders, all of which enjoy privacy from the rest of the village. In addition, on the opposite side of a small courtyard which is used for parking, is a one-bedroom self-contained annexe. This is ideal for a relative or a holiday let and, with minimal work, could be converted to provide two-bedroom accommodation.

Services and Considerations mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating and private drainage. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band G = £3506.25 pa. EPC N/A - Listed Tenure freehold.

Prospective purchasers: Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers. A picture ID and a separate address ID together with proof of funding.

Directions: ///trailers.headsets.scrapping

From Hereford proceed out in a westerly direction on the A438 towards Brecon. After passing Wyevale Garden Centre on the edge of the city, take the next right hand turning onto the A480 towards Credenhill. Continue out on this road, passing Credenhill and Norton Canon. Upon reaching a staggered crossroads (Sarnesfield crossroads) proceed straight over and continue into the village of Woonton. In the village, on a sharp right-hand bend, turn left to Almeley. Continue on this road into the village of Almeley, passing the village hall and primary school on the right-hand side until you reach a T junction. Here turn right, with the village church on the right, and take the next left hand turning to Kington. Almeley House will be found on the righthand side.

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Brookes Bliss - Hereford

46 Bridge Street, Hereford

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