House For Sale

Rosemay Cottage, Woonton, Hereford

Guide price £475,000 Sale Agreed


Pretty Grade II Listed cottage with outbuildings, small vineyard & stunning views to the Black Mountains

  • Idyllic location - make your own wine!
  • In all about 2,220 sq ft
  • Planning permission for 2 storey extension on house to 3 beds, 2 baths, 2 receptions
  • Currently 2 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room
  • Sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room
  • Range of outbuildings including a smokehouse, office, two garages, stores & stock room
  • Garden, vineyard, paddock
  • In all about 1.27 acres



Situation
Rosemay Cottage is located in unspoilt countryside on the southern edge of the village of Woonton, and having stunning views towards the Black Mountains, part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The popular village of Weobley is about 4.5 miles, with a wide range of facilities including doctor, dentist, post office, schools including primary school, nursery and high school together with a pub, restaurants and parish church. Similarly, good facilities are available in Almeley, about 1.5 miles away. More extensive facilities are available at Leominster and the Cathedral City of Hereford.


Description
Rosemay Cottage is a very pretty Grade II Listed detached black and white timber framed cottage in beautiful rolling north Herefordshire countryside. Accessed down a quiet country lane, the property has been beautifully maintained by the current owners with plenty of period features retained including exposed beams, oak flooring, and in the sitting room a brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove. The accommodation is generously arranged with at the heart of the property a large kitchen dining room with a range of fitted units, Everhot Aga-style range cooker, tiled and wooden floors with in one corner a large wood burning stove. Completing the ground floor is a generous utility room with a shower room off. To the first floor are two large double bedrooms with a bathroom between. Planning permission was obtained in 2005 and renewed in 2010 (Ref: DCNW2005/2405/F and 2407/L) providing for the demolition of the single storey lean-to and the erection of a two storey extension. We understand that an effective start was made to the planning permission thus making it extant and would provide for three bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor and a reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, utility room/ cloakroom and rear hallway to the ground floor.


Gardens and grounds
The property is approached over a generous gravelled driveway leading to a useful range of outbuildings, all of which could be adapted to provide further potential uses including home office, ancillary accommodation, games rooms and other uses subject to the normal planning consents. To the front of the property is a largely lawned front garden with on the far side of the driveway a small private vineyard, planted about seven years ago and producing approximately 300 bottles of wine. Beyond the vineyard is a paddock with at the far end a spinney, the entire garden enclosed by a variety of hedgerows with specimen trees interspersed. In total the land extends to approximately 1.27 acres (0.51 ha).

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