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3 bedroom cottage for sale

School House, Little Hereford, Near Ludlow, Herefordshire

Offers in Region of £285,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Characterful sitting room
  • Separate character dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Oil central heating
  • Mostly double glazed
  • Large south facing garden
  • Off road parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Formerly the village School Master's house, adjoining the former village school, this charming cottage is situated in a very pleasant rural location positioned well off the roadside. Geographically it is well placed for easy access to Ludlow, Tenbury Wells, Leominster and to the city of Hereford.

The entrance lobby has a quarry tiled floor and leads into the kitchen/breakfast room which has ample base and wall units and a centre isle with a pine worktop. It has quarry tiled flooring and a window overlooking the garden. There is a built-in dishwasher and planned space for an upright refrigerator. The dining room has an original flagstone floor and a wealth of exposed ceiling beams. There are two windows and an under-stairs storage cupboard. The charming sitting room again has a wealth of exposed ceiling beams and also the original parquet flooring. A focal point is the feature brick fireplace with wood surround which houses a wood burning stove. French doors open into the garden and there is a further window to the side.

Stairs rise to the first floor. All of the doors leading into the bedrooms are made of stripped pine. The spacious main bedroom has a window overlooking the garden and a sink set in a vanity unit. The second bedroom is double in size with a window and access into roof space. Bedroom three has a window to the side as well as a useful storage area. The spacious bathroom has a roll top cast iron bath, a shower cubicle housing an electric shower, a WC and wash basin. There is also a linen cupboard. There are inset ceiling lights and a ceramic tiled floor.

The large garden which faces a southerly direction, takes full advantage of the daytime sunshine. The majority of the garden is lawned and is interspersed with flowerbeds containing a variety of mature plants and shrubs. There are several mature ornamental trees. To the side of the house is an attractive flagstone terrace which leads to a detached brick built outbuilding which has electricity and includes a utility/laundry/freezer room with a Belfast sink and two storage sheds. There is outside parking for several vehicles.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage (located on the neighbour's property). Oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band D.

Directions Leave Ludlow in a southerly direction on the A49 towards Leominster. Opposite the Salwey Arms, turn left onto the A456 signposted Tenbury Wells. Carry on into Little Hereford, past the Temeside Inn on the right and just before the village hall turn left onto a tarmacadam drive and the property is located at the top of the drive.

Property ref: 121_554_4256027

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06 January 2017


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