Guide Price £295,000 Recently Sold
In the lee of the Black Mountains, Rose Cottage is in need of refurbishment with scope to enlarge.
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Shower Room
- Four Bedrooms
- Adjoining Garage & Wood Store
- Additional Sheds
The Black Mountains and its ridge line provide some of the most dramatic scenery in this region. Michaelchurch Escley
is in the heart of this stunning countryside. The village, which provides rural living at its best also has a wonderful Primary and Pre School. The Bridge Inn, which is in walking distance of the cottage is an oasis for hill walkers and locals alike. There is a village shop and post office at Longtown, some 3 miles distant and the towns of Hay and Abergavenny as well as the City of Hereford are all within easy reach
Rose Cottage provides an exciting opportunity to create
a house is a fabulous location. At one time the house was the old post office. Built of local stone under a slate roof, typical of the region, it has a large south facing garden. At the bottom of the garden is a parking area with two sheds, an ideal area for a new garage. Parking is also available beside the cottage directly off the lane.
A gate also leads through the garden wall on to a large terraced area and path to the porch. Off the small lobby with the staircase, is a Sitting Room and Dining Room each with their own fireplaces and both connected under the stairs. The room on the left was the post office
Behind these rooms is the Kitchen and back door as well as the shower room and store room.
On the first floor are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Adjoining the house is the garage and wood store with scope for conversion as well as perhaps building above to extend the house at both floor levels.
Private water and drainage. Mains electricity. Oil fired heating
DIRECTIONS (HR2 0JW)
In the village of Michaelchurch Escley pass the lane down to The Bridge Inn on your left. Rose Cottage is approximately a further 500 yard on the right hand side.