Rosamond Place, Clifford, Hereford


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

Approach Rosamond Place is accessed from a quiet country road. The village in which it resides is surrounded by wooded countryside and steeped in history. The property is entered through stone pillars supporting the wrought iron double gates.

Entrance Hall Upon entering the property Rosamond Place greets you with its traditional hard wood floors, high ceilings and original Georgian staircase. Off the entrance hall is a passage leading to a utility room and bathroom with W.C., hand basin, bath and shower over. The utility room also gives access to the kitchen, back door and garden.

Drawing Room The drawing room houses a feature fireplace with mantel over and hearth. This room has had French Doors recently fitted, giving a view of the garden and allowing light to pour into the room. The room boasts exquisite details including cornicing and arch details over the recessed shelving.

Dining Room This room provides ample storage with floor to ceiling built in cupboards. It also has a charming arched doorway, a feature wooden fireplace and mantel with a wood burning stove and French doors to the front garden.

Kitchen The kitchen has tiled floors and marries modern kitchen units with a recently fitted top of the range oil burning Rayburn cooker/condensing boiler and a feature of a former bread oven. A large window creates a light yet cosy space at the centre of the home. The kitchen has plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a dresser.

Workshop Off the kitchen is a well-equipped workshop with W.C., hand basin and drying rack and also an access door to the rear garden.

Sun Room The sun room can be accessed through French doors from the garden or from within the home and garage. The glazed doors allow plenty of sun and views of the garden.

First Floor The original Georgian staircase takes you past a large original window that provides light to the staircase facing out to the garden. The high ceilings and Georgian features continue throughout the first and second floors of the home.

Family Bathroom A large modern family bathroom with tiled walls and floor incorporating a basin, W.C., bath and walk in shower.

Master Suite The master suite is a spacious room with a feature fireplace and window overlooking the grounds and the countryside beyond.

Bedroom 2 This cosy double room has an en-suite W.C., walk in shower, feature fireplace and windows overlooking the grounds.

Bedrooms 3 & 4 A second floor is reached via the continuation of the stair case with windows facing either side of the property. Both of these rooms have access to storage in the eaves and feature sloping ceilings.

Outside Rosamond Place has gardens to front and back with lawned areas, mature trees, fruit trees and flower beds. The rear garden is bordered by a stone wall and there is a vegetable patch, fruit cage and lean-to wood store. To its front there is a well kept gravelled driveway with ample room for turning and parking.

Double Garage This home has a double garage with two up and over automatically operated doors and can be accessed from the sun room.

Summer House At the bottom of the large back garden is an attractive wooden Summer House which is supplied with power.

The Coach House Rosamond Place benefits from an adjoining converted Coach House which has been tenanted but would equally make a perfect addition to the main residence to suit extended family or even holiday let. It is a one bedroom self-contained property with its own central heating, bathroom, living room and kitchen area and utility. The Coach House has its own access gate and a front garden area, along with a back door that opens onto a small paved area with small shed. Briefley it comprises:

Ground Floor

Living Area -3.8m x 5m (approx)

Utility Room - 4.6m x 1.2m (approx)

First Floor

Bedroom - 3.5m x 3.5m (approx excluding ensuite)

EPC Rating = F

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Fine & Country - Hay on Wye

11 High Town, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford

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