Tillington, Herefordshire, HR4
£595,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Situated on the edge of Tillington Common, a substantial four bedroom, half timbered property dating back to the early 18th Century with the benefit of various extensions over the years. The property does have potential for further extension subject to any necessary planning consent. The property enjoys delightful views to Badnage Woods to the front and a pleasant outlook to the rear over the garden and neighbouring Orchard. In the area are a range of amenities including village shop, church, popular public house, primary school and two of Herefords most popular golf courses. A regular country bus service is available, and for those that enjoy countryside walks, a public footpath is available on the opposite side of the road.

Enjoying three/four reception rooms, stunning kitchen breakfast room, utility and downstairs shower room, 4 bedrooms, albeit current vendors use bedroom 4 as a dressing room, there is plenty of space as a character family house. Benefitting from gas central heating, and the most lovely south facing gardens with parking to the side, where there was once a garage which could be easily reinstated subject to any planning if so required. Broseley House has had the benefit of a substantial updating programme by the present vendor to include works to the timber frame, part re roofing, fitting of bespoke oak double glazing, and new private drainage system.

GROUND FLOOR

OVERVIEW

Situated on the edge of Tillington common, a substantial four bedroom, half timbered property dating back to the early 18th century with the benefit of various extensions over the years, but does have potential for further extension subject to any necessary planning consent. The property enjoys delightful views to Badnage Woods to the front and a pleasant outlook to the rear over the garden and neighbouring orchard. In the area are a range of amenities including village shop/post office, church, popular public house, primary school and two of Herefords outstanding golf courses. A regular country bus service is available, and for those that enjoy countryside walks, a public footpath is available on the opposite side of the road.

Enjoying three/four reception rooms, stunning kitchen/breakfast room, utility and downstairs shower room, 4 bedrooms, albeit current vendors use bedroom 4 as a dressing room, there is plenty of space as a character family house. The property benefits from gas central heating, and the most lovely south facing gardens with parking to the side, where there was once a garage which could easily be reinstated subject to any planning if so required. Broseley House has had the benefit of a substantial updating programme by the present vendor to include works to the timber frame, part re roofing, fitting bespoke oak double glazing and a new private drainage system.

In more detail the property comprises:

Canopy Entrance Porch

Oak front door to:

Spacious Reception Hall/Snug

4.84m x 3.36m (15' 11" x 11' 0")

Being a lovely attribute to this property, with feature slate flooring, character Inglenook fireplace with oak surround, display niches, having fitted woodburning stove, under stairs cloaks alcove plus fitted cupboard, radiator, double glazed oak windows with outlook to the front, wealth of exposed wall and ceiling timbers and power points.

Door through to:

Second Sitting Room/Study

3.87m x 3.57m (12' 8" x 11' 9")

With radiator, power points, wealth of exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak double glazed windows to front and rear, with a lovely outlook to the rear garden.

Further ledge and braced pine door to:

Formal Living Room

4.78m x 4.70m (15' 8" x 15' 5")

With feature oak fireplace having fitted wood burning stove, slate hearth, large panelled radiator, wealth of exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak french style double glazed doors opening to rear patio and garden with delightful outlook through the garden to the adjoining orchard and open countryside.

Approached from the main snug/reception area there is an:

Inner Hallway

Having stable door giving access to the outside, staircase giving access to first floor and further opening through to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Area

7.0m x 3.46m (23' 0" x 11' 4")

Kitchen is fitted with a range of cream units with granite tops, comprising a Belfast sink with drainer either side, drawers and cupboards below, space and plumbing for dishwasher, range of drawers and cupboards below, further range of granite working surfaces with a wealth of cupboards below, further space for range cooker, space for fridge, exposed ceiling timbers, matching slate flooring to the main reception area which runs through to:

Breakfast area; where there are oak double glazed windows enjoying an outlook to the garden, sky lights giving plenty of light, wealth of power points and large panelled radiator.

Approached both from the breakfast area and the inner hallway/lobby there is access to the:

Dining Room

3.58m x 4.34m (11' 9" x 14' 3")

With radiator, power points, storage cupboard behind door, exposed ceiling joists, oak windows both to the rear and to the side with outlook to the rear garden and patio area.

Approached from the kitchen, there is access to:

Utility

2.75m x 2.38m (9' 0" x 7' 10")

Having single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboards below, space and plumbing for washing machine, further space for fridge/freezer, wall mounted Worcester Gas fired central heating boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, radiator and power points.

There is a further:

Inner Lobby

With oak door giving access to the outside.

Further ledge and brace door leads to:

Downstairs Shower Room

Having large shower cubicle with fitted Mira shower, vanity wash hand basin, low flush WC, ladder style radiator/towel rail, extractor fan, spot lights and ceramic floor.

Stairs from the reception hall, which split at the top, lead to:

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Two landing areas with window to side allowing in plenty of light.

Door to:

Bedroom 1

3.82m x 3.93m (12' 6" x 12' 11")

Having a wealth of exposed wall timbers, radiator, power points and windows to both side and front.

Opening through to:

Bedroom 4/Dressing Room

2.38m x 3.35m (7' 10" x 11' 0")

There are two entrances to this bedroom, the current vendors prefer to use it as a dressing area, but it could easily be converted back to bedroom 4 by a purchaser by simply installing one panel.

Bedroom 2

3.66m x 4.06m (12' 0" x 13' 4")

With radiator, power points, oak windows which are double glazed with outlooks to both front and rear, fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelving above.

Access from the second landing area leads to:

Bedroom 3

3.90m x 3.0m (12' 10" x 9' 10")

This is a particularly light room enjoying windows to both the rear and to the side. Having radiator, power points, fitted wardrobe unit to one end with single wardrobe units either side and central shelving.

First Floor Wet Room

A large walk-in wet room area with full shower boarding surround, glazed screen and having shower running directly off the central heating system, vanity wash hand basin, low flush WC, ladder style radiator and large window to side giving plenty of light.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached from the Tillington Road onto a gravelled driveway where there is parking for at least five or more cars. To the side of the property there is ample space for the erection of a garage, if so required and subject to the appropriate permissions. To the front there are attractive lawned areas, broken by a path that gives access up to the front door, gravelled areas to the side and a further personal timber gate leads to the attractive lawned garden to the front which then wraps itself around the side of the property with raised shrubbery borders and fencing dividing from the adjoining property and this in turn gives you direct access to the rear garden. Access is also obtained from the other side of the property, directly from the parking area, to what is a very substantial rear gardens, with the whole plot extending to something in the region of 0.25 of an acre. To the rear there is a large paved patio sun terraced area, a purpose built BBQ area, beyond here a sloping path leading up onto the large lawned garden, interspersed with fruit trees, raised vegetable beds, to one corner of the garden there's an aluminium greenhouse, large lean-to log store and an additional timber garden workshop/store. The rear garden also houses the private drainage system to this property and there is a red brick retaining walling which wraps itself around the kitchen breakfast area and down the one side. The garden enjoys a full southerly aspect to the rear, therefore enjoying the sun throughout the day and has a magnificent outlook across an adjoining orchard towards the stunning Herefordshire countryside and south Herefordshire in the distance. Outside there is also power and water.

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