Eardisland

£700,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Eardisland is this detached four bedroom property enjoying approximately 1.5 acre garden and a 5 acre enclosed paddock. The property requires some modernisation and refurbishment, offering the new occupier the opportunity to put their own stamp on to create a really fabulous family home. Further benefits include two outbuildings, one offering stabling potential, a double garage/workshop and ample parking.

Introduction

Ding Hill is a truly unique property having been built in1928 to an award winning design at the 1927 Ideal Homes Exhibition. Described as the sun-trap , a particular feature of the design is the way in which all the principle rooms take full advantage of the sun throughout the day. The property has accommodation comprising; porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility, shower room, four bedrooms -two of which need to be finished, cloak room and bathroom. The vendor had started renovations but these will require finishing. The property is situated in 1.5acre of garden and also enjoys a 5 acre paddock which is fully enclosed, a double garage/workshop, and outbuildings

Property description

The front door opens to the porch which has space for coats and shoes and an internal door which opens into the entrance hall where you are greeted by oak flooring which flows throughout the majority of the ground floor. There is access to the primary rooms and the staircase to the first floor. To the right is the lounge which has triple aspect windows including a bay window allowing natural light to flood the room. There is a fireplace which creates a cosy focal point to the room. The dining room requires the new occupier to complete works started by the vendors. There is a feature fireplace and triple aspect windows. The kitchen is fitted with wooden wall and base units with worktops. There is an electric hob and separate eye level cooker, integrated, a sink with a window above and a door opening to the utility room. The utility room has additional base units, space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer and a door opening to an enclosed area where there are two outbuildings. The shower room requires fitting with all of the necessary parts; shower cubicle, wc, basin and tiles included.

The staircase rises to the first floor landing which has loft access and double doors which open to the balcony. Here there are views of the countryside beyond and a great place to sit with a cup of tea and a good book. Bedroom one and two are doubles with dual aspect windows. Bedrooms three is a generous single with bedroom four being a double and require finishing of renovations. The family bathroom is fitted with a bath, basin and heated towel rail. There is a cloakroom with wc.

Garage and Outbuildings

A double gate opens to the property driveway which leads to the garage. The garage is a double with two up and over doors, multiple power sockets and light. There is ample space for a car and workshop. There are two outbuildings in the courtyard area. Both have light and power and ample space for additional white goods or pantry space. They could be converted to a home office or ancillary accommodation, subject to the relevant planning permission.

The final outbuilding has a concrete base with a door to the front. There is a well located at the rear. This could be changed into stabling.

Garden and paddock

The vendors planted many specimen trees in the garden and paddock including; Beech, Sycamore, Horse Chestnut, Downy Oak, Walnut, Norway Maple and many more. A full list can be produced.

The garden wraps around the property and is mainly laid to lawn. There are many established trees and shrubs and flowers giving colour throughout the year. There is a greenhouse and space to create your very own vegetable plots for a taste of the good life. A gate opens to the paddock which is approximately 5 acres and is surrounded by trees. As I walk round on a beautiful spring morning, there are bluebells amongst the trees creating a flash of colour. The paddock is fenced.

Agents notes

Please note there is a high pressure fuel pipeline crossing the land at the property. A plan is available in the office.

Services

Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil heating. Private drainage.

Herefordshire Council Tax Band F

Location

The sought after black and white village of Eardisland is situated on the River Arrow and offers two public houses, community shop, church and school bus service. The highly rated Kingsland primary school is under three miles away and the popular market town of Leominster which offers a further range of amenities including supermarkets, leisure facilities and good road and rail links is just five miles distance.

Directions

From Leominster, proceed west on the A44 passing through the village of Monkland towards Weobley. Before reaching Dilwyn take the right hand turn signposted Pembridge, continue for approximately one mile and the property is located on the right hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.

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Cobb Amos

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