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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Brierley, Leominster

Guide Price £194,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful Middle Terraced Stone Cottage
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Double Glazed
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Lounge/Dining Room
  • Ground Floor Cloakroom
  • Enclosed Rear Gardens
  • Well Presented

Full description

A most delightful middle terraced stone cottage forming part of a courtyard barn conversion complex, situated in a semi-rural position, only three miles south of Leominster. The property is oil fired centrally heated and double glazed and offers unusual and quirky living accommodation to include; a good sized lounge/dining room, galley style kitchen with fitted appliances, ground floor cloakroom, rear vestibule and covered veranda, three first floor bedrooms, bathroom with shower over, separate cloakroom with WC and outside; pretty cottage gardens to the rear with rural views and private parking for two motor vehicles.

Introdution - A delightful and character middle terraced stone cottage forming part of a small courtyard development of similar properties and offering oil fired centrally heated and double glazed living accommodation, exceptionally well presented throughout and standing in pretty cottage gardens with rural views to the rear with the benefit of two private parking spaces.

Brierley is a small hamlet, only three miles south of the market town of Leominster and also within easy travelling distance of the cathedral city of Hereford, approximately nine miles further south.

An internal inspection is recommended of this quirky cottage and viewing is strictly by prior appointment with the selling agents.

The full particulars of 4 Old Hall Cottages, Brierley, Nr Leominster, are now further described as follows;

The property is a middle terraced barn conversion of stone fronted elevations under a clay tiled roof.

Outside security lighting lights the access to the entrance door with the door being a stable door with a colour leaded double glazed upper section.

The entrance door opens into a reception hall.

Reception Hall - The reception hall has engineered oak flooring, panelled radiator with a thermostat control, two ceiling lights, both with moulded ceiling roses, there is a wooden framed double glazed casement window to the front, a second panelled radiator which is double panelled and a door opening into a large under stairs storage cupboard.

An archway in the hall, gives access under and through to an entrance door which opens into the lounge/dining room;

Lounge/Dining Room - 5.97m x 3.05m (19'7 x 10') - The lounge/dining room has engineered oak flooring, two ceiling lights, wall lighting, two panelled radiators, plenty of power points, TV aerial point, telephone point subject to BT regulations, a deep window sill with a double glazed wooden casement window to the front and at the rear are purpose built wooden double glazed concertina doors, opening into a covered veranda overlooking the garden at the rear.

From the reception hall, an archway gives access under and into the galley style kitchen;

Kitchen - 3.28m x 2.26m max (10'9 x 7'5 max) - The well fitted galley style kitchen has attractive units and includes a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, working surfaces to either side with a full range of base units of cupboards and drawers. There is a built-in automatic washing machine, inset into the working surface is a four ring electric ceramic hob, over is a spotlight and to the side in a housing unit is a fan assisted electric oven with grill with cupboard space over and under. The kitchen also has a built in fridge and freezer and there is also a planned space for a tumbledryer. The kitchen has ceramic tiled splashbacks and into a window with a double glazed wooden casement window to the rear, there is ceiling spotlighting, a full range of matching eye level cupboards with pelmet and cornice, concealed lighting under, kitchen floor covering, plenty of power points, a wall mounted extractor fan, a vertical heated towel rail/radiator and a latch and lever door opens into a useful walk in under stairs storage space/cloaks cupboard with power and lighting.

From the reception hall, a double glazed wooden door opens into a rear vestibule;

Vestibule - 3.66m x 1.30m (12' x 4'3) - The vestibule has a stone flagged floor, ceiling light, double opening double glazed wooden french doors opening out directly to the rear gardens, enjoying the rural views, to the side are another pair of double opening doors out to the covered veranda and a door also opens into the boiler cupboard.

Boiler Cupboard - The boiler cupboard houses an oil fired boiler heating hot water and radiators as listed and the time controls system.

On the ground floor and from the reception hall, a door opens into a cloakroom;

Cloakroom - The cloakroom has a low flush WC, ceramic tiled floor, wall mounted wash hand basin, tiled splashback, tiled window sill with an opaque double glazed wooden casement window to the front, there is also a ceiling light, ceiling extractor fan and a panelled radiator.

From the reception hall, a staircase rises and turn up to a half landing and then continues up to the main first floor landing.

First Floor Landing - The landing has a ceiling light and doors off to the bedrooms.

Bedroom One - 3.00m x 3.00m (9'10 x 9'10) - Bedroom one has a double glazed wooden casement window to the front with rural views, under the window sill is a panelled radiator, there is also a ceiling light, power points and a telephone extension point. In the bedroom, there are also two opening doors giving access to useful cupboard/storage space or wardrobes.

Bedroom Two - 3.96m x 2.49m (13' x 8'2) - Bedroom two has a double glazed wooden casement window to the rear, overlooking the gardens and also the rural views including open fields and woodland. Under the window sill is a panelled radiator, there is a ceiling light, power points and opening doors to a large built in double wardrobe fitment with hanging rail and shelving.

Bedroom Three - 2.34m x 2.29m (7'8 x 7'6) - Bedroom three has a double glazed wooden casement window, overlooking the garden and views to the rear, there is a panelled radiator, a built in wardrobe/cupboard, a ceiling light, a feature window giving access through the original stone work to the rear, power points and lighting.

Off the landing, a door opens into the bathroom;

Bathroom - The bathroom has a suite in white of a panelled bath with seat, electric shower over, adjustable shower head, there is a pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks to half ceiling height and to ceiling height around bath and shower and a shower rail and screen. The bathroom has a ceiling light, ceiling downlighters, ceiling extractor fan, single panelled radiator and a feature double glazed wooden casement window to the front with a tiled window sill.

To the side of the bathroom, is a cloakroom;

Cloakroom - The cloakroom has a low flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, tiled splashback, ceiling light, ceiling extractor fan and a single panelled radiator.

On the the first floor landing is an inspection hatch to the roof space up above and the roof space has a retractable loft ladder, is partly boarded and also has lighting.

Outside - The cottage enjoys vehicular access to the rear, across a hardcore driveway, giving access to the cottages and leading around to the rear where No.4 enjoys two private parking spaces, a turning space and access to the recently renewed oil tank, feeding the oil fired central heating system.

From the car parking area, a gate opens and gives access under a rustic trellis arch into the pretty and enclosed cottage gardens which has been much loved and well laid out to now include, a brick paved patio area, raised brick walling with inset borders, there is an ornamental fish pond with small rock fountain over. The gardens then continue to a lawned garden with attractive floral and shrub borders, a gravelled pathway leading to the gate at the rear, a wide variety of plants and shrubs, exposed brick and stone walling and at the rear of the garden is a garden shed aptly named The Privy and to the side is an outside cold water tap.

Services - The property has mains electric, oil fired central heating, private drainage which serves No.4 & 5, there is also a private water supply and there is telephone subject to BT regulations.

The council tax band for the property is Band C with payments being made to Herefordshire Council - 01432 260000.

Appliances - Please note that the agents have not tested the appliances to the property and cannot verify they are in working order.

Disclaimer - Jonathan Wright Estate Agents for themselves and the seller of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract, that all statements contained in these particulars relating to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Any intending buyers must satisfy themselves by inspecting or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. These particulars are issued solely on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted throughout this agency.

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Added on Rightmove:
21 October 2016


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