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4 bedroom link detached house for sale

The Oast House, Tunnel Lane, Orleton

Sold STC £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Very many appealing features.
  • Beautifully appointed.
  • Fabulous 36' long sitting room.
  • Four ensuite bedrooms.
  • Double glazed throughout.
  • Garden, courtyard and parking.
  • Edge of popular village.
  • Surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Situated on the edge of Orleton, one of the most sought after villages on the Shropshire/Herefordshire borders, The Oast House is an excellent example of a conversion. Every care has been taken to retain as many character features as possible which include an abundance of exposed timbers, beams and trusses.

This lovely home exudes character and quality throughout. There is a very spacious reception hall with natural slate flooring. The fabulous sitting room is particularly light having windows running the full length of one of the walls looking out into the courtyard. It has an oak floor and a wealth of exposed beams and trusses. A feature is a brick fireplace housing a multi fuel stove. The splendid dining room also has an oak floor and a cast iron living flame gas stove. The kitchen/breakfast room has extensive units with solid oak worktops and includes a built in dishwasher and a Lacanche gas/electric oven with five plate gas hob.

The bedroom accommodation is on two floors. On the first floor are three bedrooms all with ensuite facilities and character features. A second staircase leads to a second floor landing which is large enough to be used as a study/office area and it has plenty of under eaves storage space. The landing leads into the magnificent master bedroom which has a ceiling into the apex of the roof with exposed timbers. This also has an ensuite bathroom.

Outside adjoining the main sitting room is an enclosed courtyard which measures about 45' x 20' and is ideal for sitting out on sunny days and eating al fresco. There are raised flower borders and a timber shed.

To the front of the property there is a stoned driveway with parking for several vehicles, a further garden area to the side of the property and a level garden area, measuring about 100' x 49' which is laid to lawn.

Orleton is one of the most popular villages in the area. It has retained many facilities including two village inns, a shop and post office, a church, an infant/junior school and a doctors surgery. There is a thriving community spirit and a well used village hall. Orleton is mid way between the two market towns of Ludlow and Leominster.

For anyone seeking a quality home with the peace and quiet of a countryside location this would be ideal.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains water, electric and private drainage. LPG central heating. Council Tax Band G, Herefordshire Council.

Directions Proceed out of Ludlow crossing over Ludford Bridge and onto the old Hereford Road. After about a mile turn right onto the B4361 Richards Castle road. Carry on through Richards Castle and into Orleton. After about a further 5 miles turn left opposite The Bakers Arms towards the village centre. At the crossroads cross straight over into Tunnel Lane. Carry on for 1.2 miles and turn left onto a stone drive. The Oast House is signposted.

Property ref: 121_554_2680851

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04 April 2016


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