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- Charming Grade II Listed former farmhouse - Offering versatile accommodation between 2 residences - Successful 3 bedroom holiday let accommodation or annexe - Adjoining family home with 4 bedrooms and separate living accommodation - Walled garden - Historic features throughout - Rural setting close to the village of Eardisley - Large separate barn - Adjoining paddock circa 0.8 acres Situation Great Quebb House is well positioned near to the popular village of Eardisley and is approximately 16 miles West of the City of Hereford. It is also within easy reach of the market town of Leominster being approximately 12 miles distance. Both Hereford and Leominster are approximately a 30 minute drive from Great Quebb House. The property therefore has access to some of the county\'s finest countryside including Hay on Wye and the Welsh borders. The village of Eardisley offers a wide range of amenities including shops with post office, church, public houses, primary school and bus service. Description This unique offering is set within a realm of similar character properties enjoying beautiful countryside views across to the Wye Valley. The property itself is currently divided into two dwellings with one serving as a holiday let and the other a family home. They are adjoined to one another through a connecting door and could very easily be converted into one entire large family house or enjoyed as multigenerational living. The history and character of the property date back to the 16th Century with many features still present. The holiday cottage is approached from the front and boasts a cobbled area large enough for a small table and chairs to enjoy a morning coffee. The ornate door opens into the central hallway with quarry type tiles that draw you in, a door to the other end of the Hallway leads into the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with base units and offers space for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The room is big enough to hold a table and chairs. Towards the back of the property is the formal dining room with views across the walled garden. The dual aspect living room, with it\'s flagstone flooring, boasts a magnificent fireplace with features that depict a variety of historic ovens over the years. There is a door here that leads into the dining area of the adjoining house. The oak staircase sits within the middle of the house and rises to a spacious landing. Three double bedrooms can be found, all of which are very generous in size and one that offers an en-suite shower room. The main family bathroom is fitted with a bath with shower over and a seperate WC in an attached cupboard. The current family home is accessed via a decorative pathway to the side of the property approaching the impressive front door and the attached workshop. The entrance hall provides a practical space for boots and coats along with a handy storage cupboard that formally had plumbing for a WC. Along the hallway is the family bathroom fitted with a three piece suite. From here a door provides access to the staircase and kitchen/dining room. The charming dual aspect kitchen and dining space was once two rooms that was opened up to create a modern style of dining. The kitchen is fitted with units, having space for space for washing machine and fridge. The kitchen has previously had a range cooker and the chimney is still present if a new owner wish to have one put back in. The living room is a magnificent room with floor to ceiling window framing the garden, and stunning period walled panelling, believed to have dated back to the 1600s. The fireplace is the real focal point of the room framed by its beautiful surround. The first floor accommodation provides 3/4 bedrooms with all bedrooms providing built in storage. There is also a separate shower room. Bedroom 4 is accessed via bedroom 3, which could also serve as a dressing room to bedroom 3. Outside The property is approached by a large sweeping driveway with ample parking for several vehicles. The large barn can be found to the front of the property which is currently used as storage. There are two sets of double doors on either side to allow access for vehicles. The south facing walled garden is a particular feature with historic bee boles within the wall itself and mature shrubs that line the boarders. There is a beautiful cobbled seating area to the rear door of the holiday cottage and a constructed gravelled pathway that leads you through the garden. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with bedding areas suitable for fruit and vegetables along with mature fruit trees. There is a wooden garden shed useful for storage of garden tools. The paddock is accessed to the side of the property with vehicle access over a shared driveway. The paddock is fenced and on a small decline creating great grazing for livestock or pony. Services The two dwellings have separate oil supplies with each having its own boiler. Additionally both dwellings have separate electric supply. There are electric solar panels beside the paddock that provide electricity to the property, There is one private water supply and a private drainage system. There is one Council Tax Banding with Herefordshire Council. This is Band G. Viewings Strictly by appointment with Jackson Property Hereford on - Click here to reveal phone number - ...Read full description

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