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- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Stone Built Detached Country Cottage
- Delightful Rural Location Amidst Beautiful Herefordshire Countryside
- Enjoying Far Reaching Rural Views
- Characterful Accommodation
- Two Reception Rooms
- Large Open Plan Breakfast Kitchen
- Three Double Bedrooms
- One Bedroomed Annexe
- Detached Garage/Studio
- Grounds Extending To THREE QUARTERS OF AN ACRE
A Most Attractive Stone Built Detached Country Cottage Occupying A Delightful Rural Location Nestled Within The Beautiful Herefordshire Countryside Affording Wonderful Far Reaching Views And Offering Characterful Three Bedroomed Accommodation Including A One Bedroomed Annexe With Grounds Extending To Three Quarters Of An Acre.
Location & Description
Edvin Loach is a village in eastern Herefordshire, about four miles north of the town of Bromyard, and near the village of Edwyn Ralph. The market town of Bromyard offers a range of local facilities including shops, pubs, supermarket, bakery, butchers, bank and Post Office together with primary and secondary schools. The cathedral cities of Worcester and Hereford are 14 and 16 miles distant providing M5/M50 motorway access to Birmingham and the West Midlands together with railway links to Birmingham New Street and London Paddington.
Believed to date back to 1780, The Coach House is a most attractive and individual stone built detached cottage enjoying a delightful rural location on the outskirts of Bromyard. The Coach House previously formed part of the outbuildings and stables belonging to The Old Rectory before being converted in the 1980's by a local builder. Since then, the current owners have carried out further alterations including the addition of a single storey annexe in the 1990's, which could suit those with dependent relatives or be adapted for a growing family. The property provides versatile and flexible accommodation with a wealth of period features including exposed ceiling timbers, deep skirting boards and oak latched doors to most of the principle rooms. Whilst it is evident that strides have been taken to carry out improvements with some newly installed uPVC double glazed windows and a newly fitted oil tank, The Coach House still offers scope with exciting potential. A great strength of The Coach House is its location, enjoying an idyllic setting tucked away amidst the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. There are fantastic far reaching views from every aspect with a particularly pleasant outlook toward St Mary's Church and across open farmland. The immediate area is a haven for local wildlife and is within easy reach to a variety of footpaths that cross the length and breadth of the Bromyard Downs. The accommodation is arranged on the ground floor with an entrance hall, study, living room with feature inglenook fireplace, large breakfast kitchen with family seating area, rear hall/boot room, separate utility room and shower room. On the first floor the landing leads to a master bedroom, which enjoys a dual aspect, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The annexe is self contained and comprises an open plan living room/kitchen, conservatory, bedroom and en suite bathroom. Outside, The Coach House is approached by an in and out driveway providing a generous area of parking and leads to a substantial detached garage/studio. The exterior of the garage was overhauled in 2018 and has the potential to become a home office or workshop. The grounds are predominately laid to lawn with mature trees and hedged boundaries extending to THREE QUARTERS OF AN ACRE. Enjoying complete privacy and seclusion, it truly is a delightful spot. The accommodation with approximate dimensions is as follows;
Impressive solid wood entrance door. Ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams. Part glazed door with matching glazed panels to
Ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, large understairs storage cupboard, telephone point. Stairs to first floor. Doors to
Study - 5.96m (19.56ft) × 3.06m (10.03ft)
Enjoying a dual aspect with secondary glazed windows overlooking the garden and open countryside beyond. Both windows have deep sills and exposed brick detailing. Ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams, feature internal porthole window, fitted bookcase to one wall with storage cupboards below, two radiators. Door to
Living Room - 5.1m (16.74ft) × 4.5m (14.75ft)
A characterful room featuring a striking inglenook fireplace with exposed stonework, impressive oak beam, slate hearth and insert Woodwarm wood burning stove. Front facing window, rear facing secondary glazed window overlooking the garden and open countryside beyond. Two ceiling lights, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, TV point. Part glazed door to outside.
Large Breakfast Kitchen - 5.98m (19.61ft) × 4.9m (16.06ft)
A great family room with ample space for a large dining table and further seating area ideal for entertaining guests whilst enjoying a dual aspect with views toward the Church at the front and across open countryside to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with solid coloured floor mounted cupboards and drawers with a wood effect work surface over and tiled surround. Inset one and a half Franke stainless steel sink drainer unit. A particular feature of the kitchen is the oil fired Rayburn, which also heats the hot water, with two ovens and twin hot plates. There is space for a further electric oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Ceiling lights, exposed ceiling beams, two radiators, TV point. Door to
Wooden door to front and part glazed door to rear garden. Ceiling light, access to loft space, space for coat hooks and boots, large walk in pantry with shelving, radiator. Open to
Utility Room - 3.1m (10.16ft) × 2.26m (7.42ft)
Front facing window with views toward the Church and across adjacent farmland. Fitted with a range of floor to ceiling built in cupboards providing useful storage, stainless steel single sink drainer unit with cupboard below and tiled splashback, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for further fridge freezer. Ceiling light, floor mounted Worcester Danesmore 20/25 boiler. Door to annexe (described later). Door to
Side facing window, suite comprising walk in shower enclosure with electric Mira power shower and tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC. Ceiling light, extractor fan, radiator, heated towel rail.
First Floor Landing
Large picture window allowing an abundance of natural light to flood through and affording fantastic far reaching rural views. Two ceiling lights, access to loft space, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with slatted shelving, two built in bookcases. Doors to
Master Bedroom - 5.94m (19.5ft) × 3.06m (10.03ft)
Enjoying a dual aspect with wonderful views across open countryside, ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams, range of fitted wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving and further cupboards above, radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 2.9m (9.5ft) × 3.9m (12.78ft)
Two rear facing windows overlooking the garden and open countryside beyond, ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams, large built in cupboard with hanging rail and shelving.
Bedroom 3 - 2.92m (9.59ft) × 3.88m (12.72ft)
Front facing window with views toward the Church and across open countryside, ceiling light, exposed ceiling beams, large built in cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, radiator.
Front facing double glazed window, suite comprising panelled bath with hand held shower attachment, vanity wash hand basin with cupboard below and mirror over, low level WC. Ceiling light, half height tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail.
The annexe was constructed approximately 30 years ago and is accessed from the main house through the rear hall and utility room. It provides excellent accommodation for a dependent relative or could be adapted to become part of the main house.
Open Plan Kitchen Living Room - 7.95m (26.06ft) × 4.69m (15.39ft)
Front facing window, fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with work surface over and tiled surround. Inset stainless steel single sink drainer unit, integrated eye level electric 'Neff' OVEN, four ring 'Neff' HOB (bottled gas) with COOKER HOOD over, space for fridge freezer. Ceiling light, radiator. Door to annexe bedroom. Open to
Side facing double glazed window overlooking the garden, ceiling light, tall built in cupboard with shelving, built in bookcase, feature coal effect gas (bottled) fire with tiled hearth and wooden mantle. Glazed sliding patio doors to
Conservatory - 3.58m (11.73ft) × 2.74m (9ft)
Of timber construction with half height brick surround. Ceiling light, radiator, French doors leading onto an attractive patio area.
Bedroom - 3.1m (10.17ft) × 2.76m (9.06ft)
Front facing uPVC double glazed window, ceiling light, double built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, skirting panel heater, TV point. Door to
En Suite Bathroom
Side facing opaque glazed window, suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin, low level WC. Ceiling light, access to loft space, half height tiled walls, radiator, chrome heated towel rail.
The Coach House is approached by a shared gravelled driveway leading to a generous area of parking and to a detached GARAGE/STUDIO (approx. 40' x 18'). The garage was restored in 2018 with new external timber cladding and double wooden doors to the front. There is electricity connected and an outside WC. To the front of the property is a small area of lawn and an attractive low level stone wall planted with a variety of spring bulbs and mature shrubs. To the rear of the property there is a generous area of garden principally laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees and bordered by mixed hedging. A paved patio provides an ideal seating area from where uninterrupted views across the beautiful Herefordshire countryside can be enjoyed. At the bottom of the garden is an orchard planted with various fruit trees and an area for composting. The grounds in all extend to approx. THREE QUARTERS OF AN ACRE.
We have been advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Heating is oil fired and a new oil tank was fitted in 2018. Drainage is to a private system. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant local authority. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending occupiers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request. John Goodwin FRICS has made every effort to ensure that measurements and particulars are accurate however prospective purchases/tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of the information provided. No information with regard to planning use, structural integrity, tenure, availability/operation, business rates, services or appliances has been formerly verified and therefore prospective purchasers/tenants are requested to seek validation of all such matters prior to submitting a formal or informal intention to purchase/lease the property or enter into any contract.
We are advised (Subject to legal confirmation) that the property is freehold.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "E" This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Energy Performance Certificate
The EPC rating for this property is F (33).
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From the Ledbury Office turn left at the traffic lights and proceed along the High Street and Homend. Bear right at the railway station onto the B4214 Bromyard Road and continue out of Ledbury. Proceed through the village of Staplow and at the sharp right hand bend fork left continuing along the B4214 signposted to Bromyard and Bishops Frome. Continue to the end of this road and then proceed straight over the staggered crossroads signposted to Bishops Frome. Continue through the village and continue towards Bromyard. On reaching the outskirts of Bromyard turn right at the T-junction and continue past the petrol station. At the following T-junction turn right onto the A44. Just before leaving Bromyard turn left after passing Bishops Garage onto the B4203 signposted Stourport and Tenbury Wells. Continue along this road for approximately 2 miles and at the staggered crossroads turn left signposted for Edvin Loach. Continue along the lane for just over 1 mile and on reaching The Steeples turn left onto an unmarked track. Continue along here for half a mile bearing round the sharp right hand bend and The Coach House can be found just up ahead on the left hand side.
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