Inksmoor Court, BROMYARD
In an elevated south facing position set well back from a by-road with open fields on two sides and lovely views to the distant hills. Approximately 4 miles Bromyard.
For Sale: £399,950
Property Type & Style: House - Semi-Detached
Accommodation: Set in Large Grounds of Parking Area, Double Garage, South Facing Terrace and Gardens, Side Copse of Larch and Pine.
Overview: A Spacious Superior Four-Bedroom Conversion of a Substantial Victorian Brick Barn with High Ceilings, Double Glazing, Oil Fired Central Heating, Exposed Ceiling Timbers and Trusses.
THE WAIN HOUSE
is part of a conversion of a former substantial brick and slate Victorian barn to two dwellings carried out to a high standard in about 1995. It is in an elevated south facing position set well away from a quiet by-road with fields on two sides and lovely views to the distant hills. It is in the popular parish of Tedstone Wafre which has a village hall, the Brockhampton Primary School is just 2.5 miles away and Sapey Golf Club about 2 miles. Approximately 4 miles Bromyard, 14 Worcester, 16 the M5 and 17 Hereford. The house has high ceilings with the principal rooms all having a southerly aspect, exposed ceiling timbers and trusses, AGA, oil fired central heating, double glazing, injected damp proof, insulated slate roof and insulated floor. In March of last year the roof was re-battened, re-felted, re-slated and insulated to current regulations. It is set in large mature attractively laid out gardens with summer house, vegetable area, double garage, large parking area, grass and copse area of larch and pine trees.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements, comprises: -
Pine front door to
with ceramic tile floor, radiator, two wall light fittings, smoke alarm, exposed brick pillar, exposed beam and ceiling timbers. Pine doors to
CLOAKROOM W.C. and hand basin with tiled splash back, ceramic tile floor, radiator, exposed brick pillar, beam, wall light, window.
CUPBOARD under stairs with ceramic tile floor and window.
SPECTACULAR L-SHAPED DRAWING ROOM/DINING ROOM (21'8" x 21'1" max. measures)
Feature exposed brick chimney breast with matching hearth and fireplace opening. Two radiators, TV and telephone points, new carpet, three wall light fittings, three windows to front, two windows each side of the chimney breast, two windows and French doors with a southerly view over the garden.
A wealth of exposed ceiling timbers, two beams and two doors to hall.
L-SHAPED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM (18'9" x 14'9")
Feature exposed brick fireplace with inset timber under which is the green oil fired AGA. Range of base and wall units with oak fronts and brick dividers of cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge, work surface with brick or tile splash back, inset 1.5 bowl sink and mixer taps, inset 4-ring electric hob. Large built-in cupboards with shelves, quarry tile flooring to kitchen area, carpet in breakfast area, TV and telephone points, two south facing windows and part glazed door to terrace. Feature exposed beam and ceiling timbers, light set into a former 'bagging' hole. Door to
UTILITY/REAR HALL Base and wall units, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, Worcester oil fired boiler, work surface with inset circular bowl and mixer tap. Quarry tile floor, hat & coat hooks, shelf, high meter cupboard, window and door to path.
From the hall a pine staircase leads to the
LANDING with window to front, radiator, dado rail, exposed trusses and Velux roof light. Pine doors to
LINEN CUPBOARD with shelves.
MASTER BEDROOM EN-SUITE (21'7" x 10'9")
Radiator, two windows with superb views over open fields, exposed trusses, timbers and hip, TV and telephone points.
Dressing area with window and built-in wardrobes of five mirrored doors, hanging rails, shelves and cupboards over. Pine door to
EN-SUITE of panelled bath with tiling, rail, curtain and Gainsborough electric shower over, hand basin with light over, W.C. Radiator, heated towel rail, extractor, window and exposed truss.
BEDROOM 2 EN-SUITE (21'6" x 8'2") Radiator, windows to front and window to south with views over open fields, exposed truss, TV and telephone points, part glazed door to
EN-SUITE of hand basin with light over, W.C., part tiled wall, radiator, extractor, exposed truss, full width tiled shower with glazed door and Mira electric unit.
BEDROOM 3 (10'7" x 9'10") Radiator, two south facing windows with views over open fields, exposed timber, hatch and pull down aluminium ladder to boarded loft space.
BEDROOM 4 (10'2" x 9'10") Radiator, south facing window with view over open fields, exposed timbers.
FAMILY BATHROOM Suite of panelled bath with tiling over, hand basin and W.C. Radiator, extractor, Velux roof light and exposed timber.
The property is approached by a shared stoned drive to a large turning/parking area and the
DOUBLE GARAGE of two up and over doors, concrete floor, side door, power point and light. An opening leads to the path and front door.
From the drive two brick pillars each side of an entrance leads to the private drive and
LARGE PARKING/TURNING AREA
To the west side of the drive there is a lawned area with pond, fir, apple and plum trees and a small larch plantation. To the east side there are retaining brick walls backed by shrubs and an a parterre with flagstones.
L-shaped timber block and new GI roof
GARDEN STORE AND WORKSHOP
with Verandha. GARDEN STORE (12'8" x 7'2") with concrete floor, windows, power points, strip lights and potting shelves. WORKSHOP (16'3" x 11'11") with concrete floor, windows, power points and strip lights.
From the parking area wide steps with a sweeping path to one side through brick walls and shrubs to a side paved terrace. Concrete path with border, climbers and brick wall to one side leading to the front and utility doors.
THE FORMAL GARDEN
This is of good-size, attractive, mature and south facing. Full length paved terrace with virginia creeper and stone edged raised border. Low brick wall with opening to a shaped lawn, borders of ornamental and flowering shrubs, rose garden with low lavender hedge, brick edged circular feature border.
Timber and slate roof
SUMMER HOUSE (10' x 8') with leaded light style windows on three sides taking advantage of the garden and the views.
To one side there is a timber fence with climbers and on two sides by trimmed shaped fir hedges. A gap leads to the brick and timber trellis walkway, aluminium frame greenhouse and water tap.
Vegetable garden leading to
POLYTUNNEL (20' x 10') and soft fruit area with raspberries, apple, plum and pear trees.
Mains electricity and metered water. Shared drainage to a treatment plant and reed bed.
The Inksmoor Management Committee levies a charge for maintaining the shared drive and drainage system. Last year this was about £400.
COUNCIL TAX BAND - F
From Bromyard take the B4203 Stourport road. After passing the Tedstone Delamere road turn left signed Collington. A short distance down this by-road look to your left for a sign Inksmoor. Keep to the right-hand side of the parking through the brick pillars to the property.
Strictly by prior appointment with the Agent on 01885 482171.
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