**TAYLOR MADE HOLIDAY HOMES**
A fantastic opportunity to acquire this charming, chain free holiday cottage located in the picturesque village of Hoarwithy, Herefordshire. This 19th century mid terrace property boasts an array of original features including an open fireplace and log burner, stunning original beams and wooden skirting.
Front door to porch leading to inner door to hallway.
Hallway: Stairs to the end of hall, door to-
Living Room: Central fireplace with chimney breast and log burner. Window to rear with curtain pole and cream curtains. Wooden skirting, plush cream carpets. Door to-
Kitchen: Original wooden beams throughout. Bespoke oak countryside kitchen units and cupboards with grey stone worktop. Terracotta style tiles flooring with walls half tiled in a complimentary peach colour. Stainless steel sink, oven and cooker hob included plus a large American style fridge freezer. Iron curtain poles.
Landing: Large landing area which can also be utilised as a study. Floor to ceiling window with curtain pole.
Bedroom 1: Good sized double room. Blue carpets. Window and curtain pole.
Bedroom 2: Double room. Blue Carpets. Window and curtain pole
Bathroom: White 3 piece suite consisting of W/C, handbasin and Bath with shower over and glass shower screen. Sand coloured ceramic tiling with terracotta coloured feature tiles. Velux roof window.
Large formal gardens with views over meadows. Off road parking for 2 cars.
Hoarwithy is a small village situated on the River Wye in Herefordshire, England. The village is renowned for being the home of St Catherine’s Church, an Italian Romanesque style church with detached campanile. Hoarwithy is also within easy driving distance of Ross-on-Wye, a lovely old market town with an ancient market place. Other nearby places, just a few miles further, are the cities of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester which are each dominated by a famous Cathedral and known for the famous Three Choirs Festival. The vast countryside, quaint hotels, pubs and historic buildings render this quintessentially British and unspoilt part of the country a popular place for holiday goers and escapists alike.