Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful opportunity to own a three bedroom Black and White property in the popular village of Eardisley that has been in the same family ownership since the mid 1800's. The property comes with a lovely rear garden that overlooks countryside and is ready for a new owner to make their changes and upgrades as it's offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN.


This Black and White cottage offers great potential to update and make it in to your own home and comprises two sitting rooms, dining room and kitchen. The first floor offers three bedrooms and bathroom. A further feature is the large rear garden that is split in to two parts and viewing is essential to fully appreciate all this property has to offer.

Property description

On entering through the front door you are in the first of two sitting rooms and a door leads you in to the dining room with stairs rising to the first floor. Door from the dining room takes you in to the main sitting room that has an open fireplace and at the back of the house is the kitchen that has a range of units, sink and drainer and space for cooker, there is a back door out from the kitchen. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom that consists of a bath, toilet and pedestal wash hand basin.

Garden & parking

The rear garden is a particular gem of this property and is split in to two parts that are linked by a pathway which is on the title deeds of the neighboring property known as The Firs but by way of an historical Easement the owners of Chapel House have a right of way for them to walk and carry garden related equipment to and from the rear garden . To the side there are double gates and a small car could potentially fit through, plus on street parking to the front of the house. From the back door you have a large area of hard standing that would lend itself to being a patio/bar-b-que area and room for a shed/workshop, then you take the pathway that leads you to a large area of lawn with a raised and covered pond and stunning views over fields that are within a conservation area and The Black Mountains beyond. The Firs does have a right of way over the hard standing area immediately to the rear of the property to allow them to be able to take out their bins and any garden rubbish.


Eardisley has the services of a local shop and public house, there are also a number of small businesses in the area, a primary school and nursery. A selection of country walks are on your doorstep and Kington which is 5 miles away has a Co-op and a further selection of shops. Leominster is 14 miles away, Hay on Wye is 12 miles away and the City of Hereford is 15 miles away.


Mains connected Electricity, water and drainage.

Herefordshire council tax band - C

Tenure - Freehold

01432 507160

Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

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