Eardisley, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 3
With extensive southerly views over farmland, and in need of some modernisation and improvement, a spacious detached three-bedroom bungalow, situated on the outskirts of the popular rural village of Eardisley.

Situation and Description

This well-situated property lies in west Herefordshire, adjacent to a small working farm and enjoys outstanding southerly and westerly views over open farmland. The thriving village of Eardisley lies within 1 mile and offers an extensive range of facilities including a primary school, village shop, store and post office, village hall, two public houses, tennis club and much more. The ever-popular town of Hay on Wye is within easy reach, which offers not only a gate-way to the Black Mountains but also an annual literary festival. The cathedral city of Hereford is some 14 miles away and offers an extensive range of facilities together with road and rail links to other parts of the country.

Little Parton Bungalow itself, as mentioned, occupies a lovely position but is now in need of some improvement, particular where the gardens are concerned. It offers spacious and light living accommodation, with two good reception rooms. We understand that the property was re-roofed within the last 10 years and, in our view, offers an outstanding opportunity to create a very comfortable retirement or family home, or would be an excellent investment opportunity.

Initially the property is approached by a shared access and then by its own private driveway which leads to a parking area. A front porch and door leads into a reception hall with access to a good sized sitting room, with a double glazed bay window to the front with views over farmland and a tiled fireplace and hearth. The separate dining room also has a fireplace and a lovely westerly view, again over farmland. There is a small fitted kitchen with a walk-in boiler room and three good sized double bedrooms, two with lovely views to the south as well as a good-sized shower room.

Outside, the gardens offer huge potential for improvement and are a good size. The southern side is predominately laid to lawn and makes the most of the property s outlook.

Services and Considerations We understand from our clients that the property has been re-roofed, had new electrics and central heating throughout in the last 10 years.

Mains electricity, private water, private drainage, oil fired central heating. The water supply is from the neighbouring Farm but an agreement is already in place to connect a new main supply from the road, which can either be installed by the existing owners, prior to completion, or connected by the purchaser, if desired.

It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band E. EPC E. Tenure freehold.


From Hereford, proceed out of the city in a westerly direction on the A438 towards Brecon. Continue on this road for approximately 12 miles. After passing the turning for Brecon, continue on the A4111 and after a further a mile turn right onto the A4112 to Leominster. Proceed past Parton Farm on the right-hand side and at the next right hand bend, the entrance to the property will found on the right hand side, immediately before Little Parton Farm.

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