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Caple Avenue, Kings Caple, Hereford

£500,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0551
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Set in the picturesque village of Kings Caple, this enchanting three-bedroom detached house presents a spacious and welcoming family residence. It graces an extensive plot adorned with meticulously maintained gardens and offers captivating views. Air Source Heat Pump and Solar Thermal technology.
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Property Features

  • Air Source Central Heating
  • Ample Driveway Parking
  • Double Garage with Electric Door
  • Eco-Friendly Design
  • Far Reaching Views
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Wood Burning stove
  • Country and Riverside walks on the Doorstep
  • EPC Rating B
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Full Details

The charming Village of Kings Caple boasts several essential amenities, including a village hall, an "outstanding" primary school rated by Ofsted, and a quaint church. Additionally, the nearby Village of Hoarwithy features a popular Public House, adding to the local appeal. Kings Caple is conveniently situated, approximately 7 miles from the picturesque riverside market town of Ross-on-Wye and 16 miles from the delightful town of Monmouth, both of which offer a diverse range of amenities and attractions.

For those seeking a more extensive array of services, the historic Cathedral City of Hereford is an ideal destination, located approximately 9 miles away. Here, you can explore a wide range of shopping, recreational, and leisure opportunities to meet your various needs and preferences.

Impeccably renovated by the current homeowners, this property presents flawlessly presented living accommodation throughout.

As you approach the residence, you'll find a private driveway offering generous parking space for multiple vehicles. A charming, low-maintenance front garden features a paved pathway leading to the front door. To the rear of the property, a beautifully landscaped garden awaits, complete with a newly installed patio that provides breath-taking views of the picturesque Herefordshire countryside.

Meticulously planned to maximise energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions in the property, featuring a Mitsubishi heating system with both an Air Source Heat Pump and Solar Thermal technology for hot water. It is equipped with 16 strategically positioned solar panels on a south-facing roof for optimal energy generation. The windows are tinted to enhance efficiency, a heat recovery unit within the bathroom helps prevent condensation whilst also warming cold fresh air being bought into the room to save energy. The double garage is well-insulated and equipped with a heater, numerous power outlets, hot and cold-water supply, as well as spotlights and wall lighting, all complemented by an insulated roller door. The layout holds the promise of transformation into a versatile space for home office, multi-generational living or the possibility of becoming a desirable holiday rental. (STP)




Council Tax Band: E (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Entrance Hall
The space is beautifully welcoming, adorned with Karndean luxury flooring that seamlessly extends throughout the ground floor. Nine stairs up to the bedrooms.
Doors opening into;

WC
Double glazed obscure window to front. Low level W.C., and wash hand basin. Radiator.

Kitchen w: 3.15m x l: 3.58m (w: 10' 4" x l: 11' 9")
Custom-crafted wooden kitchen cabinets, featuring a double belfast sink and an eye-level electric oven along with an electric hob. The kitchen opens up to the garden through double patio doors, offering breath-taking views. It also offers ample space for a dishwasher and a fridge-freezer. Radiator.

Living Room w: 4.89m x l: 6.65m (w: 16' 1" x l: 21' 10")
A cozy log burner, complemented by radiators, adds warmth to the space. Stylish shutters complement the sliding doors opening up to the garden and patio area, offering breath-taking countryside views. The room also features a dining area.

Principal Bedroom w: 3.58m x l: 3.89m (w: 11' 9" x l: 12' 9")
A spacious double bedroom, complete with built-in wardrobes, benefits from double glazing, enjoy the stunning countryside vistas from this room. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.35m x l: 3.58m (w: 11' x l: 11' 9")
A double bedroom featuring a double-glazed window at the front.

Bedroom 3 w: 2.08m x l: 3.58m (w: 6' 10" x l: 11' 9")
A single bedroom or study, with a double-glazed window overlooking the rear and offering stunning countryside views.

Bathroom w: 2.08m x l: 3.02m (w: 6' 10" x l: 9' 11")
Having double-glazed windows to the front. The family bathroom comprises a W.C., vanity sink, coronite bath with deck mounted taps, and a walk-in shower. Heated towel rail, and underfloor heating.
Heat recovery unit within the bathroom helps prevent condensation whilst also warming cold fresh air being bought into the room to save energy.


Garage w: 5.54m x l: 5.84m (w: 18' 2" x l: 19' 2")
This spacious double garage has plumbing and utility areas. Half of the garage is configured as a generously sized home office space, providing ample room for work activities and storage. It features insulation and an electrically operated roller door, with full electrical supply throughout. Offering potential for conversion into, multi-generational living space, or a desirable holiday rental. (STP) should one wish.

Utility w: 2.11m x l: 4.52m (w: 6' 11" x l: 14' 10")
The utility room, which can also function as a second kitchen, connects to the garage, and is equipped with space for a washing machine, fitted units, an electric oven, and an under-counter fridge. It features double-glazed windows and a radiator for comfort. Adjacent to this room is a walk-in area that houses the eco equipment and doubles as a dedicated space for drying clothes.

Outside
Private driveway offering generous parking space for multiple vehicles, the charming, low-maintenance front garden features a paved pathway leading to the front door. To the rear of the property, a beautifully landscaped garden awaits, complete with a newly installed patio that provides breath-taking views of the picturesque Herefordshire countryside.

Agents Note
Solar panels (Feed in Tariff scheme). This averages £900 a year and has 9 years to run and is fully transferrable to the new owner.
The carpets to the first floor are 100% wool.

Directions:
From Ross-on-Wye, head towards Hereford on the A49 continue along this road passing Pengethley garden centre on the right, and take the next turning, on the right signposted Hoarwithy, follow the road, turning left at the junction. From Hoarwithy, cross the river bridge towards How Caple & Kings Caple, take the 2nd turning right into the village of Kings Caple. Drive straight over the first crossroads, take the left turn into Caple Avenue. Proceed down Caple Avenue, where the property will be found on the right-hand side.

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