2 bedroom cottage for saleWardens Cottage, Watling Street, Leintwardine, Herefordshire
Sold STC £280,000
- Spacious sitting room
- Kitchen/dining room with Aga
- South facing conservatory
- Two bedrooms plus large landing
- Oil central heating and double glazing
- Well stocked south facing garden
- Detached studio/office
- Off road parking
- Part-share of nearby field included
Wardens Cottage, it is believed dates back about two hundred years, and was extended in the 1980's. It is set off Watling Street in a cul-de-sac lane.
This light and airy cottage has a lovely glazed conservatory with doors leading to the outside terrace and views over the south facing garden. From the conservatory there is access into the spacious sitting room, a focal point of which is a fireplace housing a wood burning stove. There are extensive fitted book cases and cupboards. Double doors lead into the kitchen/dining room which has a wealth of exposed ceiling timbers and a quarry tiled floor. There is a Belfast sink, built-in oven and grill and an oil fired aga which also provides hot water. From the conservatory there is access into a utility room with a further white Belfast sink, plumbing and also a low level WC. Adjoining the utility room and accessed from outside is a study.
On the first floor two adjoining landings provide temporary bedroom accommodation. The master bedroom has windows to two elevations overlooking the garden and the countryside in the distance. The second bedroom has a window at the rear and skylight with views to the church tower. The bathroom comprises white suite of bath, WC and wash hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower.
Outside the detached brick built former garage has been used as a studio and could make an ideal home office. It has sliding glazed doors leading out onto the garden and electricity is connected.
The typical cottage garden includes a paved terrace running along the rear of the property and is bordered by well stocked flower beds and archway leading down to a lawn and further garden area. There are numerous shrubs and bushes and a greenhouse. Off the lane there is access onto the off road parking space.
Leintwardine has always been considered one of the most popular villages in the area due to the amount of facilities it has managed to retain. There are two inns of repute, a post office store, garage and petrol station, a butchers shop, church, a primary school and a thriving community. There is also a doctors surgery and a community library.
Please note that included in the sale is a part-share of the nearby field. Please enquire for further details.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating. Council Tax Band B.
Directions Proceed out of Ludlow in a northerly direction along the A49. Turn left onto the Knighton/Leintwardine road. On approaching Leintwardine turn left into Dark Lane. Follow this road past the school on the left and opposite the old post office turn left into Wardens Lane. The property is on the right hand side.
Property ref: 121_554_3947265
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