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3 bedroom house for sale

Leominster,Herefordshire,HR6

Guide Price £280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Double Bedrooms, all with ensuite facilities
  • Besppoke Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Separate Dining Room with period fireplace
  • Sitting Room with Designer Woodburner
  • Conservatory
  • Family Bathroom
  • Downstairs Cloakroom with W/C
  • Beautiful, private, well stocked and mature gardens
  • Parking on private driveway
  • Stripped floorboards and exposed brickwork

Full description

Property Description

An attractive family home with 3 double bedrooms, plenty of charm and character, set in a peaceful location within walking distance of amenities.

Property Details

This deceptively spacious, Victorian property has been carefully renovated & extended by the current owner, to retain Victorian features where ever possible whilst incorporating modern design, so that the house is full of character, yet easy to live in. Tiled fireplaces, working chimneys, stripped floor-boards, deep skirtings, exposed brickwork, and the original hand-made staircase sit well beside the modern, bespoke kitchen and en suite facilities. Farrow and Ball paint has been used throughout.
The private garden is small but well stocked and secure. The shops and centre of Leominster are within easy walking distance, as are green fields for recreational purposes.
Perseverance Road is a desirable residential area, being both quiet but also conveniently located.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Travertine tiled floor and bespoke real wood units compliment the Victorian theme of the house. Exposed brickwork, two cast iron radiators and the large built-in Victorian glazed cupboard echo this theme as do the retro Neff fan oven and gas hob. Corian white 1.5 sink and work top add a modern touch as does the black granite worktop that encases the hob. An additional white porcelain sink is provided, and there are Victorian stripped pine window shutters. A Victorian door opens to the outside, and a sunpipe provides extra light.
Sitting Room
Stripped pine floor. The recessed, original pitch- pine cupboard provides ample shelved storage. Deep skirtings and picture- rail maintain the Victorian atmosphere, as do the original fireplace tiles, the cast iron radiator and the Victorian glazed door. Designer Morso wood burner sits in the fire recess. Both the windows are original sash; the outer one is double glazed.
Dining Room
The dining room is accessed off the central hall way via a stripped pine Victorian door. Stripped floor boards. Victorian glazed french doors open onto the conservatory. The fireplace has a beautifully ornate cast iron fire place and there is a cast iron radiator.
Hall
The hall is unusual in that it provides access to all rooms in the house, whilst being generous and airey.
Stripped pine floor boards, and stair treads. Stripped pitch- pine original door gives access to the downstairs lavatory, and stripped pine cupboards provide extra storage under the stairs.
The original hand-made staircase and banisters have all been stripped and re-painted in modern Farrow and Ball paint, and the rising wall has been stripped to reveal the hand made in Leominster beautiful bricks.
Cast iron radiator, and ornate cast iron floor vent.
Conservatory
Access to the house is through the conservatory, and from here french doors open on to the garden. Exposed brick feature wall.
Italian designer floor tiles. Cast iron radiator and cast iron ornate floor vent.
UPSTAIRS
Landing
An attractive glass block wall floods the landing with light. All bedrooms lead off the spacious landing, and there is a door into the central bathroom.
Exposed bricks to one wall. Original sash window.
Master Bedroom
This generous bedroom has a large double built- in wardrobe, with matching window shutters.
Stripped floor boards, a working chimney, ornate Victorian tiles, a cast iron radiator and a double glazed sash window all pay tribute to the Victorian era, whilst the en suite wet room and the inset glass blocks add a modern touch.
En-suite Wet Room
The wet room has a (new 2016) Saniflow lavatory, is tiled out in non- slip white tiles, and white wall tiles, complimented by designer small tiles. It has a shower, bidet, glass basin and a concealed cupboard for storage. The ceiling has been raised to allow a Velux roof window.
Guest Bedroom
This room faces east and has views over the town, Clee Hill, and as far as the Malverns on a clear day, from the modern sash window and the full length window,
The large velux allows views of the night sky.
The stripped Victorian shutters match the built -in wardrobe. The designer radiator is the only modern radiator in the house.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
This bathroom has a small cast iron bath with shower over, a designer wash basin and matching lavatory. The room has access from the landing as well as the second bedroom. The Worcs./ Bosch Boiler is located in the cupboard in the Bathroom.
Third Double Bedroom
Stripped floor boards, cast iron radiator and a cast iron working fire place continue the Victorian theme in the third double bedroom.
An en suite shower room with an inset wash basin provide a luxurious feeling, the glass blocks adding a modern feel.


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
25 May 2016

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