The Nurseries

Recently Sold

Property Features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Conservatory
  • 4 Acres of Pasture-land and Garden with pond and paddocks
  • Garages
  • Stables

Property Summary

This very spacious, 4 bedroomed, modern, bright and airy bungalow has an elevated aspect with outstanding views across the renowned Wye Valley. Its meandering driveway leads to this unique and very private location that is within walking distance of the town and 4 acres of grounds consisting of level pasture land with fenced paddocks served by a recently constructed, impressive complex incorporating 3 stables with covered way, a double garage and work shop. Attractive sun terrace, gardens and very extensive parking areas.

The property has a reconstituted stone exterior with rendered painted panels with inset double glazed mainly uPVC windows and doors all under pitched tiled roofs. A mains gas boiler heats radiators throughout. The reception rooms, hallways and cloak room have attractive oak floors and most rooms have downlighters and coved ceilings.

Full Details

The entrance from the driveway is through a wooden gate set in a low stone wall across a sun terrace and through a part glazed door into:

With fitted hessian matting. Door into:

Window to side with frosted glass. White low level WC, rectangular wash hand basin with cupboard under.

Opening into inner hall with windows to side and two high level Velux roof lights provides access to all rooms and airing cupboard housing mains gas boiler. Doors into;

MASTER BEDROOM: (20'8'' x 11'11'')
Fine westerly view through wide window and sliding door. Extensive range of Strachan fitted bedroom furniture comprising 4 doors into wardrobes with hanging rails, interior lighting and shelves, TV unit and shelving, dressing unit with spot light over and bedside cabinets. Through 4 foot wide arched opening with two steps down to:

LUXURY EN-SUITE: (14'4'' x 9'2'')
Windows to side and front with frosted glass. "Heritage" bath with mixer taps and tiled shelves at each end. Kidney shaped walk in tiled shower cubicle with curved glazed screen and "Pharo" unit with multi jets and shower heads. Strachan vanity unit with wide "Heritage" sink, mixer taps, mirror with downlighters over and cupboards under. Chrome ladder radiator. Ceramic tiled walls up to patterned dado tile, bath panel and floor. Electric under floor heating. Door into separate CLOAKROOM with vanity unit, low level WC and matching ceramic tiling to walls and floor.

SITTING ROOM: (19'5'' x 17'11'')
West facing glazed panel and sliding door taking full advantage of the glorious views over the garden towards the river and open country. Central cut stone chimney breast with open fireplace and stone hearth. Bespoke hardwood book shelves. Glazed panel into main hallway.

L SHAPED KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: (22'5'' x 20'4'' reducing to 11'8'')
Windows to side, rear and to the front with far reaching views. U shaped extensive range of fitted kitchen units incorporating a 5 place breakfast bar with cherry doors and drawers set under laminated tops with inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink, integrated dishwasher and larder fridge. "Britannia gas cooking range with six burner hob and double electric oven, illuminated extractor hood over set into arched tiled recess. Wall mounted Baxi mains gas heater. Built in microwave oven/ grill and matching wall units. Karndean flooring throughout. Door into:

UTILITY ROOM: (8'4'' x 8'6'')
Windows to two aspects with frosted glass. Laminated tops to three sides with inset stainless steel sink, oak panelled cupboards and drawers under and tall unit. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for upright fridge/ freezer. Wall mounted mains gas water heater providing domestic hot water to kitchen and utility.

From the dining area patio doors lead out to:

CONSERVATORY: (13'8'' x 11'10'')
Three sided in uPVC set on a brick plinth wall with ceramic tiled floor taking full advantage of the outstanding views. Doors leading out to raised sun terrace with wrought iron railings and Wye Valley views. Winding stone steps lead down to barbeque area and the vegetable garden.

From the main hallway patio doors lead into:

With uPVC framed window and door to the rear garden.

BEDROOM 4/ STUDY: (10'5'' x 9'2'')
Window overlooking rear garden and stream. Built in double wardrobe with hanging rails and shelves. Satellite dish connection for TV.

Window with frosted glass. Bath with mixer valve over and head on adjustable rail and glazed shower screen. Basin and pedestal, low level WC. Ceramic tiling up to dado rail and shower area. Chrome towel rail.

BEDROOM 2: (17'0'' x 11'7'' reducing to 10'4'')
Two windows overlooking end garden and terrace. Two pairs of doors into built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelves. Satellite dish connection for TV.

BEDROOM 3: (14'10'' x 9'2'')
Window overlooking rear garden. Built in double wardrobe with hanging rails and shelves.

The property is secluded and set well back from the road by its private tarmac driveway that leads to an extensive parking and turning area accessing the impressive stable/garage complex and paddocks.

To the front there is an extensive lawned area with feature pond and the paddock beyond. At the end of the property is the raised sun terrace and barbeque terrace at a lower level capitalising on the views. Planted borders and gravelled paths lead round to the rear leading to the attractive stream that runs along the rear boundary. Adjacent is a vegetable garden with a greenhouse beyond the terrace. Adjacent to the parking area is a low walled garden and terrace with paving, planted borders and the main entrance to the property.

The three paddocks are fenced and mainly on the west side running back to the stables with a field shelter. The land which totals approximately 4 acres extends down to the River Wye. The Wye Valley walk being fenced off runs along the river bank.

L shaped, recently constructed, timber framed with pitched roofs and clad in shiplap boarding with wide central archway with garages on each side (1 is currently used as a barn).
One approximately 6m x 6m and the other 6m x 5.4m each with double hinged vertically boarded alarmed doors. Through the archway is a gate and a fended concreted yard with water supply. Three lined stables, one of which can be used as a secure tack room. Overall size approximately 11.3m x 5.3m with overhang and timber support pillars. Comprehensive lighting and power supply throughout.

Mains water, electric, and gas. Septic tank drainage. BT subject to regulations. Council tax band H, EPC band D. Estimated Broadband Speed 7MB.