2 bedroom bungalow
Lea, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire HR9
- Registered Small Holding
- Two Acres
- Potential to Extend
- Outskirts of Village
This two bedroom detached bungalow is a registered small holding situated on a two acre plot with a range of substantial outbuildings. Occupying a secluded yet accessible location.
The property is situated on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire county boundary, just off the A40 approximately 5 miles east of Ross on Wye where a good range of shopping, social and sporting facilities can be found. The village of Lea lies about 1 mile away where there is a primary school, Church, public house, garage/post office and village shop. Surrounded by beautiful countryside with views all around, the property is secluded and yet there is good access to the motorway network allowing easy commuting to Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff.
The property is entered via:
Canopied Front Entrance:
Hardwood glazed door leading into:
Room thermostat. Alcove. Hardwood door to:
Obscured double glazed window to front aspect. Low level WC. Wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks. Radiator.
Sitting Room: 16'11" x 13' (5.16m x 3.96m).
Having sliding patio doors out to sunny rear verandah and outwards onto the rear gardens. Double glazed windows to side aspect with attractive views. Raised stone hearth with Jotul pot stove with brick surround and display mantle. Fitted walls lights, coving to ceiling, radiator. Hardwood door to:
Kitchen/Dining Room: 23' x 12' (7m x 3.66m).
Also access via the reception hall. Double glazed windows to side and rear aspect. Wood fronted base and wall mounted units with glazed display cabinets. Tiled splashbacks. One and a half bowl drainer sink unit. Space for electric cooker with extractor fan. Access to loft space, radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights.
Dining Area has double glazed hardwood door leading out to the rear verandah with attractive outlook towards neighbouring woodlands.
Utility Room: 6'8" x 6'7" (2.03m x 2m).
Accessed from the kitchen. Hardwood double glazed window to front aspect. Hardwood double glazed door to covered side entrance. Base mounted units with stainless steel sink. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Gec Nightstore 100 electric boiler which supplies domestic hot water and central heating. Thermostat and timing unit.
From the hallway a door gives access to:
Floor to ceiling double glazed window to front aspect. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Hardwood door to airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and slatted shelving. Door to: Bedroom 1: 13'1" x 11'11" (4m x 3.63m).
Double glazed windows to side and front aspects which enjoys attractive outlook. Fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and storage. Built in basin with vanity unit. Tiled splashbacks and shaver point. Radiator, TV point.
Bedroom 2: 11'9" x 9'8" (3.58m x 2.95m).
Double glazed hardwood window to side aspect. Built in vanity unit with basin and tiled splashbacks. Radiator. Light with shaver point.
Hardwood obscured glazed widow to side aspect. Modern coloured suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with Triton power shower over and tiled splashbacks. Radiator.
The property is approached via sweeping tarmacadam driveway with parking for several vehicles leading to:
Attached Single garage:
Steel up and over door. Hardwood glazed window to rear aspect. Power points & lighting. Canopied verandah.
The front garden has a raised mature border with gated entrance through to an organic vegetable plot. Pathway leads to front paddock which is general sloped and perfect for goats and sheep.
A pathway leads around to the rear of the property and onto a gravelled area with greenhouse. The patio, which is part covered by glazed canopy enjoys outlook over the main gardens which are mainly laid to lawn and interspersed with mature trees and shrubs and enjoying views over neighbouring fields and farmland. To the rear of the formal gardens, gated access leads into the rear paddocks which can also be entered via a five bar gate from the road, with field shelter and large agricultural building. The paddock has some flat areas with derelict pig cot suitable for restoration and gently sloping to further grazing land ideally suitable for pigs, goats and sheep. Interspersed with mature plum trees. All of which is bounded by stock proof fencing and measures approximately 2 acres in total.
The property benefits from the potential to extend. There will be an overage clause incorporating a fee of £25,000 for 25 years on any further separate residential development.
From Ross-on-Wye proceed out of town onto the A40 and proceed through the villages of Weston Under Penyard, Ryeford and Lea. Proceed out of Lea and up the hill taking the next right signposted Mitcheldean. Continue along this lane and the property will be found a short way along on the right hand side.