Newton St. Margarets, Hereford
3 bedroom Barn Conversion for sale: Newton St. Margarets, Hereford
A fantastic detached barn conversion with three double bedrooms and 14 acres of top grade land. Having detached agricultural building of approximately 60' x 40' and detached double garage. Occupying a superb rural location with outstanding rural views over the Golden Valley.
* Sitting Room * Study * Kitchen/Dining Room * Utility Room * Shower Room * Three Double Bedrooms * Family Bathroom * Detached Double Garage * Large Agricultural Building * Gardens * Approx 14 Acres of Land * Oil Fired Heating * Double Glazing * EPC Rating: TBC
The property is entered via:
Oak framed front entrance porch with leaded roof and flagstone floor. Sealed double glazed units to front and side aspects which flood the space with an abundance of natural light. Wood panelling. Door through to:
Reception Hall/Utility Room:
Attractive ceramic tiled flooring with electric underfloor heating. Hardwood double glazed windows to both rear and side aspects. Bespoke range of oak fronted base units with Belfast sink granite rolled edge worktops. Full side larder style deep freeze. Fitted coats cupboard with shelving and hanging rail. Built in washing machine and dryer. Recessed ceiling spotlights, radiator. Hardwood door to airing cupboard with pressurised hot water cylinder. Hardwood door with glazed panels leading through to:
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 24'6" x 10' (7.47m x 3.05m).
A continuation of the ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Exposed ceiling timbers. Bespoke range of oak fronted base and wall mounted units with rolled edge granite worktops and tiled splashbacks. Electric Rangemaster with extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher. Low level fridge and freezer. One and a half bowl drainer sink unit. Under cabinet lighting. Glazed display cabinets. Open plan to:
Exposed oak flooring. Hardwood double doors out onto sunny front terrace which takes in fantastic views.
From the reception hall a solid wood door leads to:
Sitting Room: 23' x 13' (7.01m x 3.96m).
With floor to ceiling hardwood sealed unit which flood the room with an abundance of natural sunlight with attractive outlook towards neighbouring Garway Hill and the Golden Valley. Raised stone hearth with Jotul inset wood burning stove recessed into a beautiful stone fire place ,exposed ceiling timbers and stone and hardwood door to:
Downstairs Study/Bedroom 4: 12'9" x 9'4" (3.89m x 2.84m).
Hardwood double glazed window to both front and side aspects. Glazed door to front aspect leading out onto front courtyard.
From the Reception Hall door provides access to:
Downstairs Shower Room:
With ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor electric heating. Heritage white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and walk in mains pressured shower cubicle with attractive tiled splashbacks. Light with shaver point, ladder style heated towel rail.
From the reception hall a full turned bespoke staircase leads to:
First Floor Landing:
With hardwood double glazed windows to front aspect. Door to:
Master Bedroom: 13'5" x 12'10" (4.09m x 3.91m).
Hardwood double glazed window to front and side aspect. Bespoke range of fitted bedroom furniture with tall standing wardrobe with hanging rail and storage, chest of drawers, bedside cabinet and dressing table. Fitted wall lights.
Bedroom 2: 13' x 9'10" (3.96m x 3m).
With hardwood double glazed window to side aspect. Bespoke range of Hammond bedroom furniture with wardrobe, bedside cabinets and dressing table.
Bedroom 3: 9'9" x 8'2" (2.97m x 2.49m).
With hardwood double glazed windows to rear aspect. Velux window to rear. Again with fitted bedroom furniture.
Attractive modern suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, Spa style bath with Jacuzzi and pressure jets. Fully tiled surround and ceramic tiled flooring with electric underfloor heating. Extractor fan and heated towel rail. Velux window to rear aspect.
The property is entered via five bar gate with sweeping gravelled driveway which leads around into the formal gardens of the property which have breathtaking views over the grounds and the Golden Valley. Mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by mature hedgerows with attractive seating areas and greenhouse. To the rear of the property access can be gained to a further low maintenance area retained by stone walling. Outside oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. The gardens are interspersed by many trees and shrubs and are very private. Electric points.
From the hard standing parking area access can be gained to:
Detached oak framed car port: 19'8" x 19'4" (5.99m x 5.89m).
Having power. Attached to the rear is a generous sized workshop: 19'8" x 6'6" (5.99m x 1.98m), again with water and power and double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking the vegetable garden with raised veg plots. Two outside water taps.
From the driveway a further five bar gated entrance provides access down gravelled driveway to:
Substantial agricultural building which can also be access via pedestrian gated entrance from the formal gardens. Having full length floor to ceiling double doors leading into the first part of the building measuring: 44'10" x 27'10" (13.67m x 8.48m) this has power and lighting, concrete floor. Further full length double doors lead through to further attached area: 65'5" x 20' (19.94m x 6.1m) this is L shaped with water and leads around to further storage area: 27'10" x 20' (8.48m x 6.1m).
A particular feature of this property are the fantastic grounds which are approaching 14 acres all enclosed by stock proof fencing and have mains water trough fitted to each paddock all accessed by five bar gates and provide easy access from the entrance of the property.
From Ross on Wye, proceed from the Wilton roundabout North on the A49 towards Hereford. Pass through the village of Peterstow and onwards to Harewood End village. After passing through the village turn left sign posted Hay on Wye and Wormelow. Continue along this road for approximately two miles. Upon reaching the junction, turn right, proceeding for approximately three hundred yards where you turn left sign posted Much Dewchurch. Continue through the village and on through Kivernoll and Allensmore. Proceed over the level crossing and on wards towards A465, turn right and just before Locks Garage turn left to the B4348, continue along this road for approximately 1.5 miles passing through Winnal continue through Thruxton and Kingstone and after approx 3 miles turn left signposted Vowchurch and Michaelchurch Escley and proceed for 2.7 miles before turning left for and St Margarets Church. Proceed for a further 2 miles, passing the church and turn left after approximately a further 2 miles turn left sign posted Upper Gilfach Farm proceeding to the t juction turn immediately right after approximately150 yards the access can be found on the left hand side.
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