Shropshire SY7 Deerfold, Lingen
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Features at a glance
- Drawing room, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
- Garden room, study, utility, boot room, cloakroom
- 3 Bedrooms, 1 en-suite, family bathroom
- Studio flat above car port
- Stables, various outbuildings
- Gardens, paddocks
- Just under 16 acres in all
- Excellent position, set amongst gorgeous Herefordshire countryside, yet close to village and town amenities
- Lifestyle property
- EPC F
A superb lifestyle property occupying a wonderful countryside position, close to local villages and market towns
With origins in the 17th Century, the property has a wonderful marriage of old world charm and modern amenity. The excellent kitchen/dining/sitting room is a social family space, with parquet flooring, country kitchen units, electric 3 oven dual control Aga, with views over the gorgeous gardens. It also benefits from an adjacent pantry, cloak and boot room. The drawing room has a huge inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove. There is also a large study as well as a garden room with a lovely outlook. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, one en-suite, as well as a superb family bathroom.
General Local Authority: Herefordshire Council Services: Mains electricity, private water via a bore hole, private drainage to a septic tank. We understand that this may not be compliant with the current regulations. Oil fired central heating. Superfast broadband available. Council Tax: Band E Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not Tenure: Freehold
This property has 15.44 acres of land.
A range of brick built outbuildings create an attractive courtyard. There is a studio flat above a double car port comprising kitchen, sitting room and bedroom in an open-plan arrangement with a bathroom. There are three stables and a tack room with a variety of other useful and extensive outbuildings, all with water and electricity.
The gardens and grounds complement the cottage perfectly with mature native trees, bursting borders, lawn, a small pond, charming brick potting shed and a greenhouse. On the productive side, there is a large vegetable garden and orchard. The pasture land amounts to approximately 16 acres in total and is quite evenly split spanning both sides of the quiet country lane
Cross of the Tree Farm is located in the wonderful rolling countryside on the South Shropshire/North Herefordshire/Welsh borders. There are a number of well regarded villages and towns in the area. Lingen is a charming village with a strong community, a parish church and a brilliant local pub, The George.
Wigmore village has a community shop, pub/restaurant (also very good!) and provides excellent schooling for all ages. Nearby Leintwardine boasts an excellent village shop and petrol station, butcher, pop-up bakery, primary school, pubs and restaurants. And a well regarded fish and chip shop!
The nearby market town of Presteigne is brilliantly quirky and eclectic, with a vibrant community, full of character, offering some excellent independent shops such as butchers and greengrocers, cafés, restaurants and popular delicatessens. The market town of Ludlow to the east continues to enjoy immense popularity from both locals and visitors alike.
Ludlow and Leominster both have train stations on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. The A49 links Shrewsbury to the north and Hereford to the south, with the main motorway network accessed towards Kidderminster via the A4117.
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