Chapel House is a delightful detached period house with a large garden, set in a quiet rural location slightly over three miles from Hereford.

The parish of Breinton is bounded by the River Wye and is an area that has changed little over time due to its high landscape value and fertile soils making it an important agricultural district.

The are offers the ideal combination of a tranquil rural lifestyle with all the convenience of having the extensive amenities of a thriving city, including a mainline station, just a short drive away.

Chapel House was built in 1829, original and a chapel and school house for the area, gifted to the community by the Dowager Lady Southampton.

Downstairs, a lovely L-shaped modern fitted kitchen, breakfast room is lovely and light and benefits from an integrated cooker, hob and fridge, and patio doors lead directly into the garden.

A good-sized utility/boot room has a quarry-tiled floor and offers additional space for storage and white goods and also has direct access to the garden.

The well-proportioned sitting room, with its double aspect and open fireplace is a welcoming cosy room with beautiful views over the adjoining farmland and beyond.

Also downstairs is a large dining room in original inglenook and decorative cast iron surround, with a separate, integrated study room/area and a cellar.

Upstairs there are three to five bedrooms, offering flexible spaces for a variety of uses. Bedroom one has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room, and there are two family bathrooms, one on each floor.

Outside, the private, well-established and maintained gardens are planted with an array of mature shrubs, trees, roses and perennials. There is also a good sized brick outbuilding currently used as a garden store and separate workshop, which offers plenty of scope for other uses – studio, games room, annexe (subject to the necessary consents).

Buyer's Brief:

Chapel House, Breinton

Price: £575,000

Agent: Grant & Co

Call: 01531 637341