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- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception Rooms
- Beautifully Appointed Country Home
- Having Undergone An Extensive Scheme Of Updating & Refurbishment
- Nestled Within A Secluded Woodland
- Affording Fantastic Far Reaching Views Across Herefordshire
- Contemporary Accommodation
- Living Room & Large Dining Kitchen
- Four Double Bedrooms (Master En Suite)
- Garage, Workshop & Studio
- Extensive Garden
- Ground Approaching 5 ACRES
A Beautifully Appointed And Contemporary Four Double Bedroomed Detached Country Home Nestled Within A Secluded Woodland Affording Fantastic Far Reaching Views Across Open Countryside Toward The Black Mountains With A Range Of Outbuildings And Extensive Grounds Approaching Five Acres. Internal Inspection Highly Recommended.
Location & Description
Coppice House is situated on the slopes of the hill above Castle Frome, which is a small village in Herefordshire. It is well placed for access to the local towns of Ledbury (6 miles), Bromyard (7 miles) and Malvern (7 miles) and is 13 miles from the Cathedral city of Hereford. Within the village itself is the parish church of St Michael, an early 12th century building known for its carved Norman font. The nearby town of Ledbury offers a comprehensive range of amenities including a supermarket, shops, pubs, bakery, bank and Post Office together with primary and secondary schools. There is also a mainline railway station offering excellent links to London Paddington and Birmingham New Street. The M50 motorway is available approximately 4 miles to the south of Ledbury.
Nestled within a secluded woodland, Coppice House enjoys an elevated position with superb far reaching views across the Herefordshire countryside toward the Black Mountains. Over the last few years, the current owners have completely reconfigured and imaginatively refurbished the property to create a most charming and much loved family home. It is evident that little expense has been spared during the comprehensive scheme of works with the installation of a new oil fired central heating system and new wiring throughout. Demonstrating a clear flare for design, the property now boasts beautifully appointed and well proportioned accommodation with high quality fittings including a bespoke Neptune fitted kitchen, contemporary bathroom suites and natural stone flooring. The accommodation is approached on the ground floor by a striking oak framed porch leading to an open entrance hall with a large feature window. Doors lead to a generously proportioned living room with an inglenook fireplace and an open plan dining kitchen, which serves as a hub at the heart of the house. Both rooms have feature exposed beams and newly fitted bi-fold doors opening onto the garden. There is also a utility room, providing further useful storage, and a cloakroom. On the first floor, a bright and airy galleried landing leads to the master bedroom with an en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. One of the great strengths of Coppice House is its position, tucked away along a sweeping driveway enjoying an idyllic setting with complete privacy. The grounds are extensive and approach almost 5 acres with a large area of formal garden and an adjoining woodland with various deciduous and evergreen trees creating a haven for natural wildlife. The property also benefits from a range of outbuildings including a detached double garage, adjoining workshop and an impressive studio. With so much to offer, an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this truly wonderful home. The accommodation with approximate dimensions is as follows;
Striking oak framed porch with a pitched tiled roof and outside lights. Bespoke handmade solid wood door to
Entrance Hall - 22ft 6in (6.82m) × 11ft 1in (3.41m)
Spacious open entrance hall, which could also be used as a dining hall, with a large picture window framing the landscape beautifully. Recessed spotlights, radiator. Stairs to first floor. Doors to
Living Room - 18ft 4in (5.58m) × 15ft 8in (4.65m)
Bright and airy room with bi-fold doors leading onto the garden with fine far reaching views across open countryside toward the Black Mountains. Side facing window, ceiling lights, exposed oak ceiling beam handcrafted from the adjoining woodland, feature inglenook fireplace with a Jotul wood burning stove and slate hearth, radiator, TV point.
Dining Kitchen - 23ft 1in (7.13m) × 11ft 6in (3.41m)
Imaginatively designed serving as a hub at the heart of the house for everyday family living with a beautifully appointed Neptune country kitchen featuring soft closing floor and wall mounted units including a plate display rack, deep drawer pack and bin store with speckled grey granite worktops and upstands. Belfast double sink with bevelled draining board and mixer tap. A particular feature of the kitchen is an inset oil fired AGA with four ovens, twin hot plates and a warming plate with a tiled splashback and downlighters. There is also a further range of integrated appliances to include a DISHWASHER and FRIDGE. Front facing window, ceiling lights, feature exposed ceiling and wall beam, radiator, natural stone flooring, bi-fold doors leading to a large gravelled seating area. Door to
Ceiling light, natural stone flooring. Part glazed door to outside.
Utility Room - 12ft (3.72m) × 10ft 8in (3.1m)
Accessed off the entrance hall and fitted with a comprehensive range of cream shaker style units with solid wooden work surfaces over, inset Belfast sink and tiled surrounds. Integrated FRIDGE FREEZER, space and plumbing for washing machine. Floor mounted oil fired Worcester boiler (installed in 2016). Useful airing cupboard with a radiator and shelving. Ceiling light, painted ceiling beam, space for coat hooks, radiator, natural stone flooring. Part glazed door to outside.
Recently refitted with a white suite comprising traditional wash hand basin with tiled splashback and low level WC. Front facing window, ceiling light, radiator.
First Floor Galleried Landing
Impressive open landing flooded with natural light. Recessed spotlights, radiator. Doors to
Master Bedroom - 16ft 2in (4.96m) × 11ft 8in (3.41m)
Generously proportioned room with a large rear facing window affording superb far reaching views. Ceiling light, radiator, ample space for wardrobes. Door to
En Suite Shower Room
Contemporary suite comprising a large walk in shower enclosure with a fixed raindrop shower head and tiled surround, bespoke vanity wash hand unit with a marble top and vanity lighting, low level WC. Side facing window, ceiling light, extractor fan, radiator, recessed shelving, traditional savoy heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 - 16ft 2in (4.96m) × 11ft 10in (3.41m)
Front facing window, ceiling light, radiator, built in cupboard housing pressurized hot water cylinder (installed in 2016).
Bedroom 3 - 11ft 8in (3.41m) × 11ft 4in (3.41m)
Front facing window, ceiling light, access to insulated loft space, radiator, built in deep storage cupboard, TV point.
Bedroom 4 - 11ft 2in (3.41m) × 10ft 6in (3.1m)
Rear facing window with far reaching views across open countryside toward the Black Mountains. Ceiling light, radiator.
Large Family Bathroom - 11ft 2in (3.41m) × 9ft 1in (2.79m)
Contemporary suite comprising feature freestanding cast iron roll top bath, large walk in shower enclosure with fixed raindrop shower head and tiled surround, traditional wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC. Rear facing window with fine far reaching views, recessed spotlights, extractor fan, radiator, traditional savoy heated towel rail.
Coppice House is approached by a sweeping driveway leading to a generous area of parking and to a large detached DOUBLE GARAGE with a STUDIO. The garage is divided into two with power and light connected. Each half measures 29'07" x 14'00" and 12'11" x 11'09" respectively. There is also an adjoining WORKSHOP to the rear. The studio is currently used as a home office but could be adapted to suit a variety of needs including annexe potential by incorporating one of the garages. The studio is L-shaped (25'03" x 19'05" maximum overall measurement) with high levels of insulation to the floor, walls and ceiling together with a large double glazed window, two electric heaters and ample power points. Steps lead down from the driveway to a large gravelled area, which wraps around the house and in turn leads to a sizeable seating area and the main garden. Adjacent to the side of the house is a brick built STORE with power and light connected. The garden is arranged over two tiers, predominately laid to lawn with mature planting and established shrub borders. There are also two large ornamental ponds, which are thriving with natural wildlife. Pathways from the garden crisscross through the adjoining woodland, which has a variety of deciduous trees including oak, ash, hazelnut and silver birch as well as evergreen pine trees. A trail weaves its way down to a natural spring fed pond providing a habitat for tadpoles, frogs and wild ducks. There are benches strategically positioned throughout the woodland serving as ideal viewing platforms from where far reaching views across Herefordshire can be enjoyed. The grounds in total extend to almost 5 ACRES.
The vendors currently have planning consent for a Border Oak style single storey side extension. The plans are available to view online through the Herefordshire District Council planning portal using planning application number 163016.
We have been advised that mains electricity is connected to the property. Heating is oil fired. Drainage is to a private system. Water is from a private supply. 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 "G" 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 E (52).
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From the Agents Ledbury office turn left at the traffic lights and proceed through the town centre. Continue over the traffic lights by Tesco and at the railway station bear right onto the B4214 Bromyard road. After approximately three miles, bear left at the sharp right hand bend staying on the B4214 towards Bromyard. Continuing past Stanley House nursing home, proceed for another one and a half miles and then turn right signposted for Fromes Hill. Continue along this road for half a mile and at the end of the woodland turn left onto the driveway for Coppice House.
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