Brockhampton, Hereford HR1
£1,350,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Overview

Extraordinarily Appealing Detached Stone built Period Property

Outstanding, Tranquil, Rural location within Golden Triangle

Wonderful Sunny aspect to the South East & South West

Beautiful Unspoilt Rural Views within the Wye Valley aonb

Two Stunning Ground Floor Rooms, Light Hall & Studio, 4 Bedrooms Over

Exquisite Choice of Textures, Tones and Materials Throughout

Paddocks, Stabling and Wide Range of Outbuildings

Well Planned Gardens Stocked with Wide Variety of Shrubs & Trees

Land in Total Extends to Approx. 2.5 Acres

Adjacent Bridleway with Miles of Riding Out Country

Summary

Plastre Tump comprises an exquisite, four bedroom detached period property occupying an elevated and tranquil rural location within the golden triangle bounded by Ross, Ledbury and Hereford.

The outlook from the property to the East, South and West is breathtakingly beautiful, with only very limited sign of human habitation. In fact, in over 50 years of dealing with property in Herefordshire, we do not think we have come across a finer location.

The original stone cottage was thoughtfully extended in 2008, the whole project having been professionally overseen by the current owner to exceptionally appealing effect. The ingenuity in the project was the incredible ability to enable the external views to be accentuated from the interior to almost magical effect. There are wonderful ground floor principal rooms, whilst the first floor boasts four bedrooms and appropriate bathrooms.

Attention to detail throughout has been second to none, with extensive use of oak and hardwood double glazed windows. Textures, tones, and materials are outstanding.

Outside there is a superb sun terrace and water feature to the south west, whilst beyond the richly stocked gardens are paddocks, stabling and outbuildings, the latter all having been placed in a most sensible manner. The adjacent bridleway enables riding out directly from the property in two directions, and these rides and footpaths extend for miles amidst glorious countryside. For anyone wishing to grow their own, there are excellent veg & soft fruit beds, together with a chicken run.

For those who have concerns over utility bills, there is an extensive range of pv panels on the stable roofs which generate both free electricity and a considerable income.

To those potentially interested, we strongly recommend a thorough internal inspection.

Services

Bt Broadband Availability Speeds: Up to 5Mb

(Quoted from by using the property's postcode)

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage

Outgoings: ‘D' Council Tax Band EPC Rating: ‘C' (Full EPC Rating available)

Tenure

We are advised that the property is Freehold

To View

Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel: Directions

Leave the outskirts of Ross at Travellers Rest roundabout (Junction 4 M50) taking the road towards Ledbury. At the top of the hill bear left towards the Old Gore Crossroads, turning left towards Fownhope on B4224. Go through How Caple and at the bottom of the hill shortly after Caple Forge Ironworks, turn left sign posted to Brockhampton Nursing Home. Take first right signed cricket ground. Go to top of road and turn left. Go past Church on right, then onto crossroads by Village Hall. Turn left. Keep going (past first house and barn ) for 1/3 mile. Driveway to Plastre Tump is on right. Sign saying “Dog Sense Training”.

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To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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