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Eyton, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6
£900,000 | 4 bedrooms | 2.5 acres

A lovingly improved detached country residence, offering spacious accommodation within 2.5 acres of grounds, set in a tranquil location towards the edge of the hamlet of Eyton, 3 miles from the town of Leominster. This red-brick former coach house has been updated and enhanced by the current owners, creating an ideal family home with well appointed living spaces. The ground floor has oak flooring throughout and provides open, flexible accommodation, including a modern kitchen/breakfast room with new electric Aga and a large 50 sq.m. living room with wood burning stove and patio doors that open onto a paved, south easterly facing sun terrace. This extremely well-presented home also includes: oak framed porch, hall, dining room, utility room, a snug/optional fifth bedroom, shower room, four first floor bedrooms (two bedrooms with en-suite facilities) and a family bathroom. Within the secluded 2.5 acres grounds, which is mostly laid to lawn, is a Dutch barn, together with a large timber outbuilding divided into three rooms currently being used as an equipment store, gym and work room. There is also an attached double garage with an electrically operated door. This property really does need to be seen to be fully appreciated and it certainly provides the best of both worlds, being situated in a delightful rural setting whilst only three miles from Leominster town centre and a wide range of amenities.

Nestled amidst the rolling countryside of Herefordshire, surrounded by lush green farmlands and meadows, the property is located on the edge of the small hamlet of Eyton. The nearby village of Kingsland boasts a doctors' surgery, two bustling pubs, a post office/store and primary school, as well as being home to the Luctonians sports club, offering a wide range of pursuits and activities. Luston, two miles due east, has a primary school, village hall, pub and farm shop while a little further afield is the pretty mediaeval town of Ludlow, famous for its annual food and arts festivals. The property, which is also within easy reach of the prestigious Lucton and Moor Park schools, is surrounded by beautiful walking trails and footpaths, offering spectacular views of the Herefordshire countryside. The nearby Mortimer Trail is a popular walking route and is noted for its stunning views of the Shropshire Hills and Welsh border.


Oak Framed Porch
Tiled floor.

Parquet floor, radiator.

Dining Room
Parquet floor, garden views, radiator.

Kitchen Breakfast Room
A range of modern wall and base units, sink and drainer, fitted induction hob with extractor above, built in oven, built in fridge, electric Aga, parquet floor, double doors to front, garden views.

Utility Room
Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, parquet floor, radiator.

Living Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, oak floor, garden views, radiators, sliding patio doors to outside paved terrace.

Side Hall
Parquet floor, under stairs cupboard, radiator.

Shower Room
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, fitted cupboards.

Parquet floor, radiator.

Access to fully boarded loft space with lighting, radiators, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Master Bedroom
Garden views, a range of fitted wardrobes, radiator, heated towel rail.

WC, wash basin, corner jacuzzi bath, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, fitted cupboards and drawers, tiled floor.

Bedroom Four

Bedroom Two
Including a spacious dressing area and radiators.

En-Suite Two
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, fitted cupboards.

Family Bathroom
WC, wash basin, ''b' shape bath with wall mounted shower over, heated towel rail, built in airing cupboard with second hot water cylinder.

Bedroom Three
Garden views, radiator.

Electrically operated door, central heating boiler, space for freezers, space for fridge.

Large Timber Outbuilding
Divided into three rooms including an equipment store, gym and work room.

Approached from the lane, through a wooden gate, onto the private drive which leads to ample parking and turning space providing access to the double garage and entrance porch. The gardens extend to all side of the house and offer plenty of space to enjoy the outside in complete privacy. The grounds include a selection of mature trees, well-stocked beds, Dutch barn, timber outbuilding, greenhouse and extensive lawns. Paved areas are situated to either side of the house providing an ideal space for al fresco dining and a paved path extends along the rear of the house. The whole site extends to about 2.5 acres in all.

Mains water and electricity. Private sewage treatment plant. Fibre optic internet connection to house, with speeds up to 900 Mbs.



Council Tax
Band G.

Using the app what3words type in: Alternatively, from the centre of Luston proceed south on the B4361 and just before leaving the village turn right signed Eyton. Follow this road for 1.1 miles and turn right. Proceed past the church, on the left, and shortly after the church, when road turns right, take green lane straight ahead. Follow this lane to the end (0.5km) where the property is located.

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