Garway Common, Hereford

£535,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A spacious 3 double bedroom detached property, in rural village setting.

Situated in the beautiful village of Garway close to the Welsh border, an individually built passive home, having been thoughtfully designed and tastefully finished by the current owners. The property is unique in its construction, being of the highest possible energy efficiency standards so that the home is future proofed against high energy usage and low running costs. There is a structural warranty on the property until 2025

In addition to the energy efficiency, the property has been designed with aesthetic appeal firmly in mind, boasting numerous solid oak finishes, beautiful kitchen and bathroom fittings and quality limestone flooring.

GARWAY is a very pleasant village in beautiful Herefordshire. In the village itself there is a new community centre which runs different events throughout the year, a very sought-after pub which overlooks 23 acres of common land. There is an infants school, the Steiner Academy is located approximately 7 miles away, The Haberdashers Girls School and Monmouth Boys School is approximately 8 miles away and the Herefordshire Cathedral School is approximately 14 miles away.

PASSIVE HOME

This refers to a voluntary standard for energy efficiency in a building, which reduces the building's ecological footprint. This standard is achieved by exceptional attention to detail regarding all aspects of the property including; eliminating draughts, the highest possible level of insulation and maximising solar gain through triple glazing.

The property boasts an ‘A' rating on the energy performance certificate, with energy bills being significantly cheaper than a standard property of the same size. There is also a 15 year remaining feed in tariff from the Photo Voltaic panels which is around £630 per annum.

The property is entered by a large porch of glass construction, which follows through into:

Open plan kitchen-living room:

A beautifully bright and inviting kitchen-living room with high quality natural limestone flooring throughout, a well designed triple aspect consisting of triple glazed ‘tilt and turn' windows. Solid oak has been used for all doors and skirting.

The kitchen area features very appealing and tasteful bespoke units with granite worktops above, Bosch double oven, Neff induction hob and integrated Neff dishwasher. There is a large window offering a pleasant outlook to the rear garden, with door to rear garden and access to:

Utility room:

Housing a walk-in pantry, broom cupboard and Cloak room with wc and wash hand basin. There is ample space and plumbing for appliances.

Second living room:

Another spacious reception room with a front aspect looking out towards Garway Common. This room offers multiple options for use, including a formal dining room, home study, children's play room or simply a second living room.

On the first floor:

The first floor landing features a large built in storage cupboard with beautiful oak doors and a window above allowing light to flood in.

Bedroom 1:

Good sized double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and fantastic countryside views to the rear. There is a separate dressing area with hanging rails to both sides. En-suite shower room with shower cubicle, wc, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and mounted storage cupboard.

Bedroom 2:

A double bedroom with vaulted ceiling, generous in-built wardrobes and a pleasant front aspect

Bedroom 3:

A double bedroom, currently serving as a useful home study, with built in wardrobes and front aspect.

Bathroom:

Well appointed family bathroom, with large curved shower cubicle to the corner, separate bath with attractive tiled splash back, wall hung sink vanity unit and fitted wall mirror with lighting above, wc and ladder style heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE

Set within a generous plot of around a third of an acre, Ty-Pren is approached via a gated gravelled drive fringed by lawns leading to a generous parking area and a detached Garage/Workshop.

To the rear of the property is a paved patio area, ideal for enjoying the morning sun, with a large expanse of lawn, separated into two sections by a privet hedge with yew boundary hedges.

The second section of lawn houses vegetable plots, a greenhouse and a variety of attractive native trees and hedging, offering a pleasant and private space to sit and relax.

PLANNING POTENTIAL

The property now has planning permission in place for a 30 square meter outbuilding in the rear garden, which would allow for a multitude of potential uses, including extra accommodation, a home business or studio.

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