An attractive, and recently renovated, detached Grade II listed two/three bedroom thatched cottage with a large garden and far reaching views to the rear, all within about 2 miles of the village of Leintwardine and a selection of amenities.
This pretty, black and white, village home has been extensively renovated by the currentowners to provide modern accommodation within a character cottage, set within justunder half an acre of grounds in all. The recent improvements have included a new kitchensuit and a new bathroom suit as well as having a newly re-thatched roof, using reed whichhas a prolonged life span, along with fire felting. This charming cottage has an abundanceof character, with a selection of period features throughout, including handsome fireplaces,two former bread ovens, exposed timbers and some exposed stonework. The extremelywell-presented accommodation briefly comprises; porch/utility room, kitchen breakfastroom, dining room/bedroom three, living room, study, wet room/bathroom, large landing/nursery and two first floor double bedrooms. The cottage is complemented by groundswhich extend to just under half an acre in all and include parking space providing access tothe open fronted detached garage. The front garden has been thoughtfully planned withwell-stocked beds and lawn, whilst the rear garden provides a blank canvass and there aremarvellous far reaching views of distant countryside. The property would make an idealpurchase for a holiday home or for couples, retirees, professionals looking to work fromhome or for anyone looking to escape to the country in search of a slower pace of life.Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this property.
Adforton is a small rural village found amongst the beautiful countryside of northHerefordshire. The village has a church and community hall whilst further services can befound nearby in Leintwardine, a pretty village in the Welsh Marches just 2 miles northof Adforton. Leintwardine dates back to Roman times and is situated on the Shropshire,Herefordshire & Powys borders and offers local amenities including a butchers shop, petrol station, post office, fish & chip shop and public houses as well as having a thriving local community and primary school with the well regarded Wigmore secondary school being about 2 miles to the south. Adforton is situated between the market towns of Knighton, 8 miles west, and Ludlow which is 12 miles to the east and has a railway station as well as access to the A49.
Marvellous views, space and plumbing for washing machine, flagstone floor, radiator.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
A range of fitted units with oak work surface over, Belfast style sink, fitted electric hob with oven below, built in fridge, built in freezer, built in dish washer, radiator, exposed timbers, flagstone floor.
Dining Room/Bedroom Three
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove and former bread oven, exposed timbers, exposed stonework, radiator.
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, former bread oven, superb far reaching views, exposed timbers, exposed stonework, radiator.
Exposed timbers, exposed stonework, loft access, double cupboard.
WC, Wash basin, shower area with wall mounted shower, bath, radiator, flagstone floor, extractor fan, built in cupboard.
Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, radiator.
Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, far reaching views, radiator (please note that the doorway going into this room is lower than 6ft).
Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, radiator, built in eves storage cupboard (please note that the doorway going into this room is lower than 6ft).
The cottage is approached from the lane onto gravel parking space providing access to the open fronted detached garage. The whole site extends to just under half an acre in all which includes an attractive front garden which has been thoughtfully planned with well stocked beds and lawn. The rear garden provides a blank canvass comprising mostly of lawn which includes a useful timber outbuilding. From the rear garden there are superb far reaching views of distant countryside.
Detached Open Fronted Garage
with lighting and power points, measuring 5.29m x 4.04m (max).
Please note planning permission has been granted for the erection of a new detached dwelling and double garage on the piece of ground beyond the end of the garden. Full details can be found on the Herefordshire.gov.uk website - Planning Number: P202498/L
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
From Leintwardine proceed south on the A4110. Follow this road into the village of Adforton and turn right just before the church car park. Proceed up the lane for a short distance and the property will be on the right.Using the app ''what3words' type in: crunchy.masterpiece.frog
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