Pencombe, Herefordshire HR7


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Property Description

A detached, 3/4 bedroom bungalow which is situated on a select ‘no through’ road of just 4 bungalows on the edge of the attractive village of Pencombe.

Property Details

This modern bungalow is surrounded by its own well-kept and landscaped gardens. There is access all around the property and the rear gardens are secure and gated from the front at each side. There is security lighting and a useful outside tap in addition to two water butts. There is a productive vegetable plot, greenhouses, brand new summer house and storage shed for the avid gardener. The pretty gardens are well stocked with a wide range of shrubs, flowering plants and trees to include a wonderful Wisteria which trails across the side and front of the bungalow. There is a private driveway for 4 vehicles to park on and a double garage which can house another two vehicles and offers additional storage with its of loft which has a ladder access, power and light. The oil fired central heating combi boiler is located in the garage and there is also a useful gardeners wc . Solar Panels on the roof provide income.

Some home comforts can be found inside the property, such a living flame coal effect fire in the generous sized Lounge. In the Kitchen there is a gas cooker but a potential for an electric one if preferred. The 1 and a half bowl sink has a useful waste disposal unit and there is also a built in dishwasher. The Utility room has storage, sink and plumbing for a washing machine. In the Bathroom there is a bath and separate shower cubicle which has a wall seat and handrail plus the modern convenience of a control unit outside of the cubicle.

The current owners have maintained the property to a good standard over the years both inside and out. As a single storey home it is flexible and could be used as 4 bedrooms and 1 reception room or 3 bedrooms and 2 receptions, according to what suits.

This well kept bungalow in the rural village of Pencombe is located just 3 miles from the market town of Bromyard which is situated in the valley of the River Frome and offers good schools, doctors, hospital, cinema, theatre and a wide range of shops. Bromyard has a number of traditional half-timbered buildings, including some of the pubs, and the parish church dates back to Norman times. For centuries there was a thriving livestock and cattle market and is known as the festival town. Bromyard is the home of Nozstock:

The Hidden Valley Festival which attracts around 5,000 visitors at the end of July every year. This three-day event showcases bands from around the country. The Bromyard Gala, an annual weekend festival of country sports, vintage vehicles with a tractor arena and displays of various kinds, is held in the vicinity in July. Bromyard also hosts a three-day folk festival each year in September, which particularly concentrates on English traditional music. It is one of the largest events of its kind in the country The town is twinned with Athis-de-l`Orne, Normandy.

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