Summary of Features
Recently renovated 3 bedroom house (1,446 ft²)
3 double bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms
Modern fitted kitchen with Rangemaster electric range cooker
2 receptions including new conservatory
Modern services and all double glazed
Large garden, outbuilding, ample parking
Mileages: Peterchurch ½ mile, Allensmore/A465 (Locks Garage) 8½ miles, Hay on Wye & Hereford 11 miles, Abergavenny 20 miles, Ross on Wye 21 miles, Monmouth 24 miles, Brecon 26 miles
Road: A40 (Whitchurch) 21 miles, M50 (Jct 4) 22 miles, M4 (Jct 26) 38 miles
Railway: Hereford 11½ miles, Abergavenny 22 miles, Newport 39 miles
Airport: Birmingham (49 miles), Bristol (64 miles)
This region affords a peaceful rural lifestyle in an area renowned for its beautiful countryside. In close proximity to the Black Mountains and Hay on Wye, this is a much sought after location in the Golden Valley.
Stockley Oaks is a superbly presented detached house, built in the 1950s and subject to a major modernisation during 2015. This now presents a stylish and carefully renovated 3 bedroom home in an attractive and secluded country location.
Modernised home with 2 first floor double bedrooms and 2 bath/shower rooms plus a ground floor double bedroom with en-suite wet-room.
The entrance porch leads to an attractive and spacious hallway linking to all rooms. A rear door and inner hall provides easy garden access plus a small laundry room.
The modern fitted kitchen forms the heart of this house and opens to a new conservatory/garden room with lantern roof, bringing as abundance of light to the dining area. This triple aspect room benefits from sunshine throughout the day, and
A good sized sitting room completes the accommodation. This south west facing room benefits from a wood-burning stove, superb views to the Black Mountains and new french doors to the attractive garden.
A generous garden surrounds the property. The entrance drive leads to a small double garage and private parking area. The garage is of an older style, useful for storage but less so for larger vehicles.
The mature, moderately sloping garden contains a variety of mature oaks and other trees, and overlooks attractive farmland with views to the Golden Valley.
The access road leads from Peterchurch village to Stockley Hill where there is good walking and plenty of accessible outdoor space.
There is an abundance of wildlife regularly seen in this area, including badgers, foxes, deer and a profusion of native bird life.
Private borehole water supply (tested), oil fired central heating and private septic tank drainage (emptied annually). All double glazed windows, 3 elevations new quality wooden and the north elevation modern upvc.
Professionally installed with lined chimney
Connected but not fast, 4G available at the property
Band F, £2,705 (2019/20)
Herefordshire Council (01432) 260000
This property is not Listed
Primary: Peterchurch. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Secondary: Fairfield High School, Peterchurch. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Independent: There is an excellent range of independent schools across this region. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk
Peterchurch has a thriving community, with Post Office and Stores, the Community Hub offering a café, exhibitions and various classes, a Doctors surgery, hairdresser, in addition to 2 public houses. Locks Garage at Allensmore offers a good range of local food, ice-cream, plants and flowers, post office, domestic fuel, animal feed and countryside supplies. Nearby at Vowchurch there is a village shop at Poston Mill, which offers a restaurant, domestic supplies and fresh produce. More comprehensive amenities, as well as cultural and recreational activities can be found in the nearby Cathedral City of Hereford and Hay on Wye.
There is a broad range of sporting and recreational activities within the Golden Valley, with the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley all easily accessible. Culturally the area is host to many festivals, most notably the Hay Festival of Literature and Abergavenny Food Festival. Racing is available at Hereford and Chepstow with a variety of sports clubs locally including, golf, cricket, rugby and rowing.
From Hereford: Head south on the A49 then fork right onto the A465 immediately after crossing the River Wye. Continue 5½ miles to the A4348 crossroad at Locks Garage, turning right onto the A4348. Follow this road for 8 miles towards Hay on Wye, passing through Thruxton, Kingstone and Vowchurch. On entering Peterchurch, take the 1st right turn onto Crossways/Wellbrook Road. Continue up the hill for ½ mile, leaving the village behind you, this is the last property on your left side.
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