Garway, Hereford - 4 Acres

£750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Tucked away on the edge of the much sought-after village of Garway, a beautiful period property set within over 4 acres of ground with incredible westerly views towards the Welsh Hills. The property has benefitted from thoughtful and extensive renovations by the current owners, and the attention to detail has allowed the house to retain its original character whilst also feeling fresh and contemporary.

To the ground floor are several generous reception rooms and an exceptionally large country style kitchen. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, a study/lounge with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and two spacious and tastefully refurbished bathrooms.

The grounds of The property amount to over 4 acres, and consist of paddock, gardens and courtyards, with fantastic far reaching views in several directions. A bespoke built and very attractive studio lies to the end of the garden, and offers a multitude of potential uses including a home office, art studio or music room.

The village centre of Garway is a short distance away with its popular primary school and pub/restaurant. There is also a Steiner Academy Education School around 6 miles from the village. Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth, Abergavenny and Hereford are equal distances from Garway, where you will find an excellent range of shopping, sporting and cultural amenities, schooling and major road networks.

The property is entered via a beautiful arched doorway which leads into a small entrance porch with exposed stone walls, then leading through to an inner hallway with exposed flagstone flooring and a staircase leading to the first floor. A door beneath the stairs leads down to the cellar which features flagstone flooring throughout and is also accessible from outside.

Living room:

A very well-proportioned living room located at the front of the house, featuring a woodburning stove set upon a black slate hearth with wooden surround and mantlepiece. There is engineered oak flooring and a window looking out to the front of the house offering fantastic views.

Snug/library:

Another good sized reception room, currently serving as a snug/library. The room offers a cosy feel, with woodburning stove set upon a slate hearth with wooden surround and mantelpiece, engineered oak flooring, fitted bookcases to two walls and a window overlooking the front courtyard and views beyond.

Dining room:

A beautiful room accessible from the kitchen and the inner hallway, windows to each end allowing plenty of light in, engineered oak flooring, storage cupboards and display recess. The window to the front offers a pleasant outlook over the courtyard and the views beyond.

Kitchen:

The farmhouse style kitchen really feels like the heart of the home, offering a huge amount of space and light. There is impressive flagstone flooring throughout, with a 4 door oil fired Aga, central island with storage beneath, ample storage cupboards and worksurfaces, a walk in pantry and access to a cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin.

A staircase leads to the first floor, with a door leading outside to the parking area and another door to the boot room.

Boot room:

Located just off the kitchen, a very useful boot room with ample space for shoes and coats, access outside to a delightful private courtyard.

To the first floor landing is an impressive arched window, offering perhaps the best version of the splendid views.

Bedroom 1:

A generous master bedroom, tastefully decorated with a stunning westerly outlook. Ample space for wardrobes and other bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 2:

Accessed via the first floor reception room, a spacious double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Pleasant outlook over the beautiful historic village church with links reaching back to The Knights Templar, and large built in storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3:

Double bedroom with built in wardrobe and double glazed window to one side.

Bedroom 4:

With a pleasant outlook through double glazed window, fitted wardrobe to corner.

Family bathroom:

An incredibly spacious and tastefully finished family bathroom, having been completely renovated in the past 12 months to a very high standard. There is a double width walk in shower, roll top bath, ‘his and hers' wash hand basins with solid granite splashback and storage cupboards beneath, wc, 2 fitted wall mirrors with lighting, electric shaver point, attractive flooring and a window looking out towards rolling countryside.

Second bathroom:

Finished to the same high standard as the main family bathroom, with a large walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin with storage units beneath and black granite splashbacks, attractive flooring, wc and electric shaving point.

First floor reception room:

One of the most unique features of the property is a spacious first floor reception room, currently serving as a lounge and study. There is a high vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, a cast iron fireplace and a staircase leading down to the kitchen. Having been significantly improved by the current owners, this is a beautiful and versatile space with many potential uses.

Outside:

The grounds of the house are particularly appealing, blending in well with the beautiful surroundings. The approach to the house is across a long driveway bordered by a large, flat paddock to the left. This leads to a parking area with space for several vehicles.

To the front of the property is a lovely private courtyard, designed to make the most of the incredible views on offer, and being south facing it offers a great space to enjoy the sun throughout the day.

To the side of the house is another private courtyard with a wood store.

There is a large area of lawn dotted with attractive specimen trees and shrubs, as well as a substantial paddock and small orchard to the rear.

Outbuilding:

Constructed by the current owners, a bespoke outbuilding of high quality timber construction placed thoughtfully to take in a range of fantastic views over surrounding countryside. The outbuilding has windows on 3 sides allowing light to flood in, with laminate wood flooring and underfloor heating. Currently in use as a photography studio, there are endless potential uses that this building would suit, including a home gym, office, music room or simply a beautiful space to relax and enjoy the surroundings.

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