A charming four bedroom home set within beautiful gardens

The Wain House is a beautifully presented Grade ll Listed home, offering light, spacious accommodation arranged over two floors and combines the amenities of modern living with retained period features including exposed beams and oak latch doors. Whilst the property exhibits wonderful period features, it was in fact built in the 90s, using reclaimed materials.

The entrance hall is full of character, with a flagstone floor, leading through to the triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room, a wonderfully light room fitted with traditional units including an island. There is room for informal dining here, although across the hall is a room which lends itself to either a more formal dining space or reading/family room. Beyond is the spacious sitting room, with exposed timber flooring and attractive inglenook fireplace fitted with a Clearview stove. Doors lead out to the gardens. A utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.

There are two sets of stairs rising to the first floor. One from the family room, which leads to the principle bedroom and walk-in wardrobe cupboard, together with a bathroom and additional bedroom. The other stairs rise from the entrance hall and lead to two further bedrooms and a shower room.

This property has 0.4 acres of land.

Outside

The property’s gardens are a particular feature, having been designed and beautifully cared for by the current owners. There are areas of lawn, interspersed with well-stocked flower borders and trees, which offer year round interest.

Through an archway is a charming orchard, planted with varieties of apple, pear and other fruit trees, all under planted with wild flowers. In the summer months this is a haven for wildlife with hedgehogs regular visitors.

To the end of the garden steps rise up to a raised decked area, providing a fabulous spot for seating to enjoy the property’s views over the neighbouring countryside and to the hills beyond. There is an extremely productive vegetable garden, with raised beds and composting areas, together with an attractive greenhouse.

The Wain House is accessed via a communal courtyard and onto the property’s private driveway, which in turn leads to the workshop/ carport and parking area. A door in the workshop leads into a wonderfully light filled studio room, which offers potential for a variety of uses.

Situation

Ivington is an attractive and desirable village in Herefordshire with an active community, a popular primary school and a church. It is located about 2 miles from the market town of Leominster which offers bus and rail links as well as a wide range of local shops, a weekly market, supermarkets, surgeries and a hospital. Golf courses, The Malvern Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), National Trust - Berrington Hall and Croft Castle, as well as Hay-on-Wye, being just a few examples of the wealth of leisure amenities and places on offer locally. The surrounding countryside also offers some wonderful walks, markets towns and villages to explore.

Directions

From Leominster, head towards Ryelands Road, which is accessed off the B4361 and turn right onto Ivington Road. Continue for about 2 miles, upon reaching Ivington turn right just after the school, take the first right turn and at the bottom of the road turn left into the courtyard. Proceed straight ahead where Wain House will be found on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Entrance Hall, kitchen/breakfast room, family room
  • Sitting room, utility and cloakroom
  • Four bedrooms, shower room, bathroom
  • Outbuilding with studio, workshop/carport
  • South facing gardens extending to about 0.4 of an acre
  • Wonderful countryside views
  • EPC rating F

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Ref: LUD220026

Ivington Leominster Herefordshire HR6

Guide Price
£650,000

Ref: LUD220026

Ivington Leominster Herefordshire HR6

Guide Price
£650,000