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Horseway Head, Staunton-on- Arrow, Herefordshire, England, HR6 9HS

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Summary

  • Rural Hamlet Location

  • Detached Property

  • 3-Bed Accommodation

  • Double Glazed

  • Conservatory Addition

  • Gardens & Land (1.75A)

  • Stabling & Outbuildings
  • Garaging
  • 1.70 Acres
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land
  • Outbuildings
  • Garage

Description

Situated in the rural hamlet of Horseway Head, a detached property set in excellent gardens and land of
about 1.75 Acres with Stabling and other Outbuildings, the 3-Bedroomed accommodation is double
glazed and is complemented by the excellent Conservatory addition to the rear.

FULL PARTICULARS
This detached bungalow is situated in the rural hamlet of Horseway Head, about 4 miles from the
market town of Kington, 3 miles from Presteigne and 3 from the village of Pembridge, whilst the larger
centre of Leominster is about 12 miles distant.

Having the advantage of its own excellent gardens and land with Stabling, the property has the security
of just a few neighbours in the hamlet but lovely rolling countryside to hand. The 3-Bedroomed
accommodation is double glazed and night storage heating is fitted, the whole being complemented by
the excellent Conservatory addition to the rear. In addition to the Stabling there is Garaging and other
Outbuildings and the land has been maintained as amenity/conservation meadow land but would be
ideal for horse or pony, which the stabling amply provides for.

The whole is more particularly described as follows:-

GROUND FLOOR
Woodgrain effect uPVC entrance door with double glazed panels and double glazed windows to either
side, leading into the

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
6.05m x 2.39m (19’10” x 7’10”)
with feature archway dividing the breakfast area from the kitchen area, there are double glazed
woodgrain effect uPVC windows to 2 elevations and the kitchen is fitted with a range of modern units to
include an inset single drainer sink, planned space for cooker, fridge and washing machine with
plumbing for the same, also space and plumbing for a dishwasher. The range of base and wall
cupboards has heat resistant surfaces with tiled backs and there is tiled flooring, night storage heater
and fitted power points, fluorescent light and wall light.

LOBBY
with glazed door to

LIVING ROOM
4.70m x 3.66m (15’5” x 12’0”)
with uPVC double glazed windows to 2 elevations, a feature brick fireplace with fitted woodburning
stove with back boiler, ceiling light, wall lights, night storage heating, power points.
Further glazed door to the

INNER HALLWAY
where there is ceiling lighting, storage heater, built-in cupboard and bookshelf unit, power point, AIRING
CUPBOARD with factory insulated cylinder with immersion heater, fitted shelving. Glazed door to

DINING ROOM
3.66m x 2.44m (12’0” x 8’0”)
with ceiling light, storage heater and power points. Double glazed door through to an excellent

CONSERVATORY
5.33m x 2.74m (17’6” x 9’0”)
with a wonderful aspect to the gardens and land, built on a plinth wall of timber construction with double
glazed lights and roof with self-cleaning glass, there is tiled flooring, wall lighting, power points and
doors to the gardens.
Double glazed door into

BEDROOM 1
2.79m x 3.48m (9’2” x 11’5”)
also approached from the inner hallway, with ceiling lighting, storage heating and fitted power points.

BATHROOM
has suite in White with panelled bath with tiled surround and shower over, pedestal wash basin and low
flush w.c. Tiled walls and flooring, ceiling lighting and an electric wall heater.
From the inner hallway, a staircase leads up to the

FIRST FLOOR LANDING AREA
with ceiling light, louvered doored access to undereaves cupboards.

BEDROOM 2
3.78m x 3.28m (12’5” x 10’9”)
with double glazed end gable window with lovely views towards Wapley Hill, ceiling light, power points,
further undereaves cupboards and a storage heater.

BEDROOM 3/STUDY
3.30m x 2.44m (10’10” x 8’0”)
with double glazed window to the rear elevation looking over the gardens and land, storage heater,
ceiling light and fitted power points.

OUTSIDE
Standing in a rural hamlet, the property has 1.75 Acres of its own gardens and land. It has a lawned
garden to front and side, with ornamental trees and shrubs, and a driveway at the side leading into a

CAR PORT fronting the garage The principal area of garden and land lie to the rear of the property from
which they have direct access. There is also a separate access from the road for agricultural usage.

GARAGE
7.62m deep x 2.54m (25’0” deep x 8’4”)
To provide a WORKSHOP AREA. To the rear of the garage is a further excellent

GARDEN/WORKSHOP SHED
5.49m x 3.00m (18’0” x 9’10”)

and a small ALUMINIUM FRAMED GREENHOUSE sits behind this.

The lovely garden at the rear with the conservatory looking onto it has lawn and FISHPOND area with
floral and shrub borders and productive vegetable garden leading off. This then leads into the

PADDOCK/MEADOW LAND where there is a block built STABLE with 2 BOXES and a TACK ROOM.
The boxes are approximately 14’ x 13’ respectively. There is a timber and corrugated iron BUILDING to
the side, partly enclosed and partly open-fronted which is suitable as hay store/small barn and to the
other side a further BUILDING provides POTTING SHED/PONY BOX and WOODSTORE with adjacent

CHICKEN HOUSE. Also in the paddock area is a further POLYTUNNEL and GREENHOUSE of
aluminium and glazed construction. The paddock area has been used by the present owners as an
amenity area and kept partly mown and partly as wildflower meadow/conservation area. The land
slopes to its bottom boundary where there is a small STREAM which sometimes dries during hot
summers. The whole extends to about 1.75 Acres.

SERVICES:
Mains Electricity & Water.
Private Drainage.
Night storage heating as listed.
Telephone (subject to British Telecom regulations).

OUTGOINGS:
Council Tax Band: C

LOCAL AUTHORITY:

The Herefordshire Council – 01432 260000

DIRECTIONS
From Leominster proceed to the village of Pembridge, turning right down Bridge Street and over the
river bridge. On leaving the village, turn left at the Old Railway House which still has a signal outside;
proceed up here for about half a mile to a small crossroads, going straight over and through the village
of Staunton-on-Arrow. Follow the road round through the village towards Titley and after about a mile
you will come into the hamlet of Horseway Head where the property will be found on the left hand side.
10 March 2014

Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson International. Tel: 01568 610600

JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.