Westhide, Herefordshire - with paddock


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Quietly situated on the edge of this unspoilt Herefordshire village, a very pretty Grade II Listed house, together with approximately 1.5 acres of gardens and land.

Situation and Description

The small village of Westhide lies in east Herefordshire and is set away from main roads and is one of a cluster of individual properties centred around a small church. Local services are available at the larger village of Withington and at the cathedral city of Hereford, which offers an extensive range of facilities as well as road and rail links to other parts of the country.

The Old Post Office is a very pretty, Grade II Listed, half timbered house which offers good sized three/four bedroom living accommodation laid out over two floors. It enjoys mains gas fired central heating and includes all fitted carpets, with attractive gardens to both the front and rear and a 1-acre paddock and separate stable block.

Initially approached from the village lane, a gated driveway leads up to a good-sized parking area with a porch leading to an entrance hall. From here doors provide access to a shower room and to the sitting room which is full of character with a wealth of exposed timbering, fireplace with fitted wood burner, and window overlooking the front garden. There is a separate dining room, with a dual aspect and a glazed door which provides easy access to a rear patio and the gardens. A door then leads through to a kitchen with tiled floor, double oven and window to the rear. A side hallway provides access to a useful utility space and to an adjoining garage and workshop.

From the dining room a staircase leads to the first-floor landing and to two large bedrooms, both with a range of fitted wardrobes and attractive views over farmland and the village itself. There is then a good-sized inner landing, which is partly sub divided and offers excellent study space and access to a third bedroom and to a family bathroom and occasional 4th bedroom.

From the driveway, double doors lead into a good-sized garage and workshop which is subdivided (15ft 5 x 12ft 7 and 10ft 7 x 13ft 9). The gardens lie to the front and rear and are an excellent size, laid predominately to lawn, with some mature trees all well-enclosed by mature hedging or fencing. A pathway leads through to an excellent stable block, on a concrete base with light and power. There are three stables, averaging 11ft 8 x 11ft 6, as well as a tack room 14ft 6 x 6ft. There is a separate enclosed area, with a small man-made pond to the front, ideal for chickens or ducks and a 1-acre paddock with separate access from the lane.

Services and Considerations Mains electricity, private well water, private drainage, mains gas. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band E. EPC tbc. Tenure freehold.


From Hereford city, proceed towards Worcester on the A4103 and continue for approximately 2 miles before turning left towards Withington and Westhide. Proceeding through Withington village and continue for approximately 2 miles, passing through Westhide village and the church, and the Old Post Office will be found on the left-hand side after a sharp right-hand bend.

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