A stylish four-bedroom period property with modern additions

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Mansefield is a superb, detached period property that offers charming original details throughout, and has been more recently extended, to provide a stylish, contemporary living space to the rear.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a light filled reception hall and includes two comfortable reception rooms to the front of the property – the sitting room and the snug, both of which have bay windows and fireplaces with woodburning stoves, with the sitting room featuring exposed timber beams.

Of particular note is the spacious open-plan kitchen and dining area with a wall of windows and doors. The kitchen has attractive handmade shakerstyle units, a huge central island and a Rayburn, as well as integrated appliances. The family room benefits from high ceiling, a full-wall picture window and a skylight. Just off the kitchen, a useful utility and boot room is a real bonus.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, including a generous principal bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room with a walk-in shower. There is also a modern family bathroom.

The house boasts excellent space, filled with natural light through the new double glazing - bespoke timber windows to the old parts of the property and aluminium windows and doors to the modern parts. The careful renovation has created a marriage of character and charm with modern attributes and stylish finishing one would hope for.

Local Authority: Herefordshire Council 01432 260000 Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. New central heating system with oil fired boiler. Superfast broadband available. Council Tax: Band F. EPC: Band D Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. 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. Agents notes: The property is owned by a member of staff in the Strutt and Parker Ludlow office.

Outside

There is a generous gravelled parking area to the side, via Tipton’s Lane. Access to the gardens and the rear of the house is either through the house or from the parking area.

The gardens and grounds offer gravel terracing, lawns, border flowerbeds and a variety of shrubs, trees and hedgerows. The garden also has a spacious timber-framed workshop.

Situation

Set in the heart of the Marches on the Herefordshire and Shropshire borders, once the site of a significant Roman settlement, today Leintwardine is a thriving village with ever increasing popularity, and rightly so. This Herefordshire gem nestles into the beautiful rolling landscape, up from the banks of the river Teme, 8 miles West of Historic Ludlow.

The excellent village amenities include a local butcher, fantastic village shop and petrol station, two busy pubs, a primary school, library, doctors surgery, and an excellent fish & chip shop! The active community centre hosts regular events.

The area offers extensive walking, riding, cycling and mountain biking with local hill trails, plus the nearby Offa’s Dyke Path. The vibrant market town of Ludlow is a short drive and provides a good range of facilities, with a variety of independent shops, traditional tea rooms, pubs and restaurants; as well as direct rail links beyond the region to south Wales and the north west of England.

Directions

From Ludow head North on the A49, at Bromfield turn left onto A4113 signposted Leintwardine. Follow this road for about 6 miles until you reach the village. Continue past the doctors surgery, after about 150m turn left into Tipton Lane, the parking is immediately on the right.

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Other features

  • Large reception hall with cloakroom
  • Modern open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with adjacent utility
  • Sitting room
  • Snug/study
  • Principal bedroom with walk-in wardrobe & en suite shower room
  • 3 Further bedrooms served by a family bathroom
  • Generous garden with useful workshop
  • Parking for multiple vehicles
  • EPC rating D

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Ref: LUD200146

High Street, Leintwardine Craven Arms SY7

Guide Price
£550,000

Ref: LUD200146

High Street, Leintwardine Craven Arms SY7

Guide Price
£550,000