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Brimfield, Ludlow, Herefordshire, SY8
Offers in the region of £650,000 | 3 bedrooms | 1.0 acres

An early 17th century Grade II Listed detached village home, with gardens and grounds extending to approximately 1 acre in all, including a large detached barn which provides great potential for conversion into additional accommodation (subject to the relevant planning and building consents). This well-proportioned character residence, which is believed to have been extended in the late 17th century with some early 19th and mid-20th century alterations, is in need of updating and improving providing enormous potential to create a magnificent family home with an abundance of character and charm. The house retains a wealth of period features and the current accommodation briefly comprises; hall, living room, study, dining room, kitchen, rear porch, three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The grounds extend to about 1 acre and provide potential for a buyer to create glorious and extensive gardens as well as having the possibility of some kind of development (subject to the relevant planning and building consents). Within the grounds is a large, Grade II listed, late 16th century, two storey timber framed barn which was is believed to have been extended in the early 19th century, currently used as a workshop and storage, providing potential for conversion into additional accommodation subject to the relevant planning and listed building consents. Situated on the edge of the village of Brimfield within walking distance of a selection of amenities including the a public house, petrol station with convenience store and a coffee house. This property is a great opportunity for any buyer looking for a project. Please note no enquiries have been made to the local authority for the development of the barn or grounds.

Brimfield is a rural village, located between Ludlow and Leominster, with amenities including a church and public house. Further amenities can be found at Woofferton, about half a mile from the property, which include the Salwey Arms public house, petrol station with convenience store and a Starbucks coffee house. A wider range of services can be found at either Ludlow, Tenbury Wells or Leominster which are about 5 miles, 6 miles and 7 miles away respectively. The market town of Ludlow is full of history and has an abundance of stunning architecture with busy annual events, notably, it's renowned food festival. The area provides some beautiful country walks with Mortimers forest being within easy striking distance and has a number of trails and paths. The area also provides a selection of highly rated schools, Ludlow has a college and there is a 6th form college at Hereford.


Quarry tiled floor, wall heater.

Living Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, flagstone floor, exposed timbers, heater.

Study/Sitting Room
Quarry tiled floor, feature fireplace, exposed timbers.

Dining Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed timbers, quarry tiled floor, built in double cupboard, under stairs cupboard.

A range of wall and base units, Belfast style sink, space for cooker with extractor over, sink and drainer, flagstone floor, space for fridge, exposed timbers.

Rear Porch
Tiled floor, built in double cupboard.

Exposed floorboards, exposed timbers, storage cupboard with loft access, heater.

Bedroom One
Exposed timbers, heater.

Bedroom Two
Exposed floorboards, exposed timbers, heater.

Bedroom Three
Exposed timbers, heater.

WC, wash basin, bath, exposed floorboards, exposed timbers.

Approached from the lane onto parking space to the front of the house and detached barn. The majority of garden area provides a relatively blank canvas for a buyer to put their own stamp on it having not been cultivated for some time but offering plenty of space to create a superb outside space. The garden to the rear of the house includes level lawn and there are a selection of trees and shrubs throughout the grounds. The whole site extends to about 1 acre in all and there is approximately 15 fruit trees within the grounds.

Mains gas, electricity, water and private septic tank drainage.

Individual rooms, wood, gas and electric storage.

Council Tax
Band F.


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