Charming Detached country cottage dating to 18th century
Having been greatly enhanced to fuse together modern day with period charm
In a delightful South facing position enjoying distant views down the beautiful Golden Valley
Lounge Dining Area Sitting Room
Conservatory Boot Room Utility
Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
4 Bedrooms one with En Suite Bathroom
Delightful Cottage Gardens to front and further gardens, orchard to the rear together with substantial triple garaging block and outbuilding
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"The Cottage is a charming detached country cottage dating to circa 18th century with delightful South facing views down the beautiful Golden Valley having been greatly extended and enhanced in the 1990’s to fuse together modern day with period charm to create a very comfortable home with a lovely open plan feel however providing flexible living accommodation".
The property is located within the heart of the Golden Valley in an elevated rural position with no close neighbours. The sought after village of Dorstone is approximately 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye, 5 miles from Peterchurch and 15 Miles from Hereford, the property is within walking distance to King Arthurs Stone.
Full details are available upon request from the agents but briefly the property offers
Utility Room/ Cloakroom
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
Lower Ground Floor Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom
First Floor onto Landing
Immediately to the front of the cottage is a most delightful cottage style garden facing south with feature pond and floral and herbaceous borders plus mature trees including a wonderful mulberry tree, giant magnolia, continental pines, rowans, red maple, larch, bay, different species of camelia.
Situated across the lane there is a tarmacadamed timber gated drive leading to a good expanse of parking and onto a Detached Triple Garage Block of a substantial block and tile construction with render finishing, power, light and water, having up and over doors, ladder access to under eaves.
The garden offers a large lawn area, soft fruit and vegetable plots with and a lovely orchard area including apple, damson, plum and pear trees. Greenhouse with fabulous nectarines. An upper garden area feature wild and decorative trees of oak, ash, maple, cedar, maidenhair fern sorbus, willow, red maple, sweet chestnut, walnut, small acers and others.
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