EWYAS HAROLD, Herefordshire.
SOLD subject to contract
Offers in the region of £395,000.
This property is situated within easy level walking distance of the centre of this very popular village with its abundance of amenities and facilities. The village itself is conveniently placed just off the A465 midway between Abergavenny and Hereford each of these important centres being about 12 miles distant. The bungalow is constructed of brick and block-work, standing under a felted and tiled roof, the accommodation; which is surprisingly spacious, has the advantage of oil-fired central heating and principally uPVC framed double glazing, it possesses a pleasant atmosphere and comprises:
Panelled uPVC front door with fan-light effect to
ENTRANCE PORCH/CONSERVATORY 13'5" x 6'5"
with fitted ceramic tiled solid floor, part brick elevations and with pot-shelving, roller blinds, double glazed inner front door and side panel to
ENTRANCE HALL 7'7" x 7'2"
with solid floor having pale beige fitted carpet, glazed screen with wrought iron detail, telephone point, feature arch to inner hall.
CLOAKROOM 4'5" x 3'8"
with solid floor with black tiling, low flush w.c., wall-mounted wash hand basin with quarter-turn taps (h & c), adjacent Cloaks Cupboard with hanging and shelf space.
SITTING ROOM 12'11" x 13'10" plus 9'3" x 7'2"
A pleasant, well-lit room enjoying three aspects and with bow window overlooking the front garden, solid floor having pale beige fitted carpet, tiled fireplace with fire recess, two double panel radiators, four double power points, brass finished five-light electrolier, two wall light points, T.V. aerial point. French windows to porch/conservatory.
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM 12'4" x 9'1"
with solid floor having fitted tiled effect vinyl floor covering, raised and fielded panelled Oak kitchen units with base units providing drawer and cupboard space, larder cupboard, wall cupboards with leaded glazing and display shelving, granite effect gloss- finish working surfaces, inset white ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, fridge recess and cooker recess with Beko ceramic hob electric cooker. Recessed spot-lighting, one double panel radiator, three double power points and electric cooker point. Small pane glazed doors to hall and dining room at the rear.
DINING ROOM 15'8" x 10'4"
with pale beige fitted carpet, recessed alcove with glass display shelves, one double panel radiator, three double power points, central heating room-stat and brass finished electrolier. Aluminium framed patio doors the rear garden. Multi-pane glazed door to
UTILITY ROOM/REAR PORCH 7'9" x 5'3"
with terracotta coloured tiled floor with doormat well, Onyx patterned working surface with recess and plumbing for automatic washing machine/dish-washer. Three double power points. Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler. uPVC framed glazed back door to the patio and rear garden.
Approached via an attractive curved arch-way from the main hall is the
INNER HALL 15'3" x 2'11"
with pale beige fitted carpet. Storage Cupboard off, formerly having been an airing cupboard. Hatch and loft-ladder to roof space with natural lighting from a dormer-style window.
BEDROOM (1) 14'7" x 10'2"
A double room with front aspect, solid floor having fitted pale blue carpet, bowed window, one double panel radiator, bedside two-way string-pull light switch, and two double power points. Recessed wardrobe/cupboard with hanging and shelf space.
BEDROOM (2) 11'4" x 9'
Another double room with view over the rear garden, fitted pink carpet, one single panel radiator, bedside two-way string-pull light switch and one double power point. Recessed wardrobe/cupboard with hanging and shelf space.
BEDROOM (3) 8'8" x 7'11"
A single room with rear aspect, fitted beige/brown carpet, one single panel radiator and two double power points. Recessed cupboard with fitted shelves.
BATHROOM 6'1" x 5'3" main area
with fitted grey vinyl tiled flooring, fully tiled walls, feature bronze tinted mirror, white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap, “Mira Sport" electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin (h & c) with quarter-turn taps, low flush w.c.
The property, is approached via a double-gated vehicular entrance with stone walled splays, this leading to a “Tarmacadam” surfaced driveway flanked by herbaceous/rose borders. The front garden includes a good expanse of level front lawn featuring two large Magnolia trees and other shrubs. There is a paved turning and parking area adjacent to the front door and the driveway continues past the side of the bungalow to the detached, tandem arrangement Double Garage, 28'9" x 9'11" of concrete block-work construction standing under a part tiled and part insulated steel sheeting clad roof. There is a concrete floor, an up and over door and a part-glazed side personnel door as well as windows to the side and rear. Electric lighting and one double power point are installed. A brick arch and wrought iron pedestrian gate lead from the driveway into the principal garden, which is very peaceful and surely one of the finest in the village where, to the immediate rear of the property, is a paved patio with, close by, a rcokery incorporating a water-feature pool with a small fountain and cascade. The grounds extend in all to about .4 acre and; over the past 50 plus years, trees and plants have been lovingly selected to provide colour and fragrance the year round. There are numerous shrubs and trees including Copper Beech, Rhododendron, variegated Maple, Silver Birch, Weeping Willow, an Apple Tree, standard and climbing Roses to name a few. The lawn areas meander amongst the various plants, this giving a feeling of being divided into rooms with a surprise around each corner, until one arrives at the furthermost end where the boundary is formed by the Dulas Brook. The brook is a veritable haven for wildlife where the flash of blue of Kingfishers in flight has been seen and where there is a rose arch and steps curving down to the stream-side. There is a timber-built Summerhouse with a verandah, 8' x 8' overall with glazed double doors and the gardens are rendered private by well-established, mainly evergreen hedges. The brook isunderstood never to have caused flooding to the property.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected, Telephone (subject to British Telecom transfer regulations). Oil fired central heating. None of the services, nor any of the fixtures and fittings included in these sale particulars has been tested.
Vacant Possession upon completion.
The property is banded in Band “D” for council tax purposes.
Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents’ offices.
Nigel Ward & Co. give notice to anyone reading these Particulars as follows:
a. These Particulars are prepared for the guidance only of prospective purchasers and are intended to give a fair overall description of the property.
b. Any area measurements referred to are approximate only.
c. The descriptions contained herein are used in good faith as an opinion and not by way of statement of fact.
d. The particulars of the property and the general remarks are believed to be correct but any error, omission or mis-statement shall not annul the sale nor entitle any party to compensation nor in any circumstances give grounds for an action at law.
e. In the case of any inconsistency or variation between these particulars of the property and the special conditions of Sale and Sale Contract, the latter shall prevail.
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