Old Road, Bromyard


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Semi-detached brick town house with accommodation comprising reception hallway, inner hallway, sitting room, living room, kitchen/breakfast/dining room, rear hallway, cloakroom and cellar. To the first floor, master bedroom, 2 further bedrooms and shower room. Outside, ample driveway parking for 2 cars, canopy style carport, garage, good sized gardens to the rear, patio area, timber framed garden shed for storage, greenhouse, further garden shed. Rear garden with patio area, principally laid to lawn with mature hedge and fencing to boundaries.


Old Road is a traditional residential location in the historic market town of Bromyard, which is surrounded by lovely rural Herefordshire countryside, with the Bromyard Downs and Bringsty Common to the east. The town is famed for its festivals, including the Bromyard Gala, Nozstock Festival and the Bromyard Folk Festival. The town also offers a good range of amenities, including a number of independent retail shops, cafes and pubs in the High Street, with easy access to Hereford and Worcester approximately 14 miles, Ledbury, Leominster and Malvern 12 miles, where a more comprehensive range of facilities can be found.


This charming traditional semi-detached brick town house is approached from the driveway via a block paved pathway leading to the front door with canopy style porch over which opens to a reception hallway with further upvc double-glazed door leading to an inner hallway. There are doors then leading off to the sitting room to the front of the property which has 2 double-glazed windows and chimney breast with fireplace now closed off but having an ornamental raised hearth, wooden surround and mantel and would easily accommodate a feature electric fire if so desired. The second reception room to the rear could easily be used as additional living room, or alternatively a dining room as the room leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room. There are double-glazed windows to the side and rear elevations with wall mounted gas fire forming a central feature with built in television cabinet to the one side of the chimney breast and a further glazed built in cupboard to the other. A door then leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room which offers a range of matching kitchen units to include both base and wall cupboards with rolled edge work surfaces over, inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit, planned space for cooker and further space and plumbing for a washing machine and ample space for a breakfast/dining table. There is access from the kitchen to a staircase down to the cellar which comprises 2 large rooms which offer useful storage. Also off the kitchen is a rear hallway with a door out onto the side patio and rear gardens, with a further door to a downstairs cloakroom/WC.

From the inner hallway, a staircase leads up to the first floor landing which is split-level and has a fitted wardrobe, with doors then leading off to the good sized master bedroom to the front elevation with 3 double-glazed windows and fitted double wardrobe. Bedroom 2 is also a comfortable double bedroom with double-glazed windows to side and rear elevations. There is a further single third bedroom to the rear and shower room with suite to include corner shower cubicle with electric shower over, low flush w.c. and pedestal hand wash basin.

Outside, the property benefits from its own block paved driveway providing parking comfortably for 2 cars with canopy style carport to the side of the house, which in turn leads to the garage measuring 15'5 x 8'4 (4.70m x 2.54m) with double opening wooden doors, with 2 single glazed windows to either side and personal door to the rear.

To the side of the garage there is a gated access to the good-sized gardens to the rear, which includes a further block paved patio area leading past the door from the rear hallway and kitchen and provides a pleasant outside seating area. To the back of the property there is also a separate detached timber framed garden shed measuring approx. 6'10 x 6'0 (2.08m x 1.83m) providing good storage. The gardens themselves are laid principally to lawn with a mature hedge to the one side and close-panelled fencing to the other. There are a number of mature shrubs and plants to the fence boundary and a block paved pathway leading all the way to the far end of the garden where there is a greenhouse and further smaller timber framed garden shed.


Mains Electricity, Gas, Water & Drainage.

Gas fire central heating.

Telephone (Subject to B.T. Regulations)


Council Tax Band: C.


Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000.


Strictly by prior appointment via the Agents, Jackson Property. Telephone 01568 610600.

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