Madley, Hereford

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A charming two bedroom attached stone cottage set in a private garden in a quiet cul-de-sac within the popular village of Madley approximately 6 miles South West of Hereford City.

This is a unique 1600s built Grade II listed cottage converted to residential use around 40 years ago.



Tucked away in a quiet leafy cul-de-sac within the popular village of Madley is this wonderful unique stone cottage originally part of Church Farm and converted to residential use in the 1980s. The property has been subject to more recent improvements such as a new fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and mains gas fired central heating. Throughout the home are many character features such as wooden latched doors, exposed wooden beams, deep window sills and brick fireplace

Property Description

The property is entered through a wider than normal wooden door into the hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and wooden latch doors leading off. The kitchen benefits from recently fitted drawers, wall and base units with integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer, electric oven and hob with extractor hood over, ceramic sink drainer unit and deep sill window to the side. From that hallway a wood latch door leads to the living/dining which has a brick fireplace with woodburner and wooden mantle over, exposed wooden ceiling beam, under stairs storage cupboard, deep sill window to the front and door out to the garden.

Carpeted stairs rise from the hallway to the landing which has exposed wooden beams, access to the roof space and doors leading off. Bedroom one has a fitted cupboard over the stairs, feature exposed beams and window to the side. Bedroom two has window to the side and exposed feature wooden beams. The shower room comprises of a tiled walk in shower, WC and round hand basin with fitted cupboard under.

Garden & Parking

There is an enclosed, private garden with a bark covered path leading you to the front door and either side is lawn, patio seating area and cottage style planting, there are a couple of mature apple trees and a wood built storage shed. The garden is a pleasant place to sit and enjoy a gin and tonic or drink of choice.

There are two parking spaces just before the garden.


Madley is located west of Hereford City and is well served by regular public transport as well as local amenities including Village Stores, Post Office, hairdressers, excellent Primary School with Pre School, tennis club, golf club, village hall and church. The village is surrounded by farmland and nestles approximately two miles away from the banks of The River Wye and is an excellent walking and hiking area as the famous Golden Valley is only a few miles further west. The sought after market town of Hay on Wye plus the villages of Peterchurch, Kingstone and Clehonger are all nearby.


Mains connected electric, gas, water and drainage.

Herefordshire Council Tax Band - C

Tenure - Freehold

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01432 507160

Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

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