Weobley, Herefordshire - a very deceptively spacious and very individual house

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Bedrooms: 4
In an elevated position on the edge of this highly regarded village, a deceptively spacious and very individual house with adaptable accommodation throughout, all set in established and well-stocked gardens together with extensive parking, garaging, and workshop/home office.

Situation and Description

The ever-popular rural village of Weobley has been a much sought-after destination with property buyers for many, many years. With its long history and fascinating architecture, the village remains one of the main attractions of the black and white village trail and has a thriving centre offering an excellent range of services including restaurants, pubs and cafes, a village store, hairdressers and an award-winning butchers. Weobley also has a doctors and dental surgery, primary and secondary schools, and a village church all within easy walking distance of Richmond. Further facilities can then be found at the cathedral city of Hereford (11 miles) and the market towns of Leominster and Kington (9.5 miles) and Hay on Wye (approx. 16 miles).

Richmond is a very comfortable and well-presented house with versatile accommodation laid out over two floors. The house has been improved by the existing owners with the addition of a refurbished kitchen and includes oil-fired central heating, double glazing, plenty of bathroom space, and easy access from the house to the well-stocked and very attractive gardens.

On arrival, a covered porch and front door leads into a large and welcoming reception hall, which in turn opens into a garden room with a vaulted ceiling and glazed doors along one wall, giving the whole area very much a feeling of light and space. Steps then lead down into a refurbished kitchen which also overlooks the gardens and has a range of fitted units and appliances and is supported by an adjoining utility room and very useful pantry. The sitting room is a good size and is away from the main hub of the house and has a dual aspect and a log effect gas fire for those colder evenings.

From the main hallway access can then be gained to two large double bedrooms, with one doubling as a quiet study or television room and the other having an en-suite shower

room. On the first floor a spacious master bedroom enjoys not only far-reaching views but has an excellent en-suite bathroom with separate shower, and lots of storage space with a large walk-in under eaves cupboard and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two also provides plenty of space with its own en-suite shower room and separate dressing room, making it ideal as a guest suite. A large airing cupboard is then accessed from the landing.


The property is approached initially by a shared entrance and then by its own driveway which provides extensive parking space and sweeps round to the rear. Here there is an open fronted garage (18 5 x 15 10 ) and very useful workshop/ games room (18 4 x 14 ) which could become a home office or provide overspill accommodation subject to any necessary planning approval. A garden store then lies at the rear (29 x 5 4 ).

The gardens at Richmond form a particular feature of the property and have been well stocked and landscaped. Well enclosed and facing west, there is a large sun terrace immediately to the rear of the house, which overlooks a lawned area and a variety of well stocked borders. Pathways lead around the gardens passing a pond with cascading water feature gives access to to a summer house which measures (18 5 x 6 5 ) providing a lovely space to sit and enjoy a summer s evening. The kitchen garden then lies behind the workshop and is well enclosed on all sides with a garden store in one corner.

Services and Considerations

Mains electricity, Mains water, oil fired central heating.

Tenure Freehold

Council Tax Band G / EPC D 55/64 / Mobile Coverage 4G / Broadband BT Superfast

It is not 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.

Agents Note: Our client has advised Ultrafast Full Fibre is planned to be available by 2026.

Prospective purchasers: Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers, A picture ID and a separate address ID together with proof of funding

Directions ///cadet.feasted.panics

From Hereford proceed on the A438 west towards Brecon, passing along Whitecross and Kings Acre Road before turning right to Credenhill and Stretton Sugwas. Proceed past Credenhill and continue on the A480 towards Weobley, Lyonshall and Kington. After approximately 3 miles turn right towards Weobley and Richmond is the second property on the left-hand side as you enter the village.

Marketed by 01432 343800

Brookes Bliss - Hereford

46 Bridge Street, Hereford

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