Herefordshire HR6 Kingsland
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Features at a glance
- Very pretty village house with cottage gardens
- Ground floor to include sitting room, snug, kitchen and dining room with french doors to the garden
- Large utility room with shower room
- 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
- Garage/workshop and store, large garden
- EPC rating C
Four bedroom country cottage in the popular village of Kingsland
Fairfield Cottage is a delightful detached cottage, sitting on the edge of this popular Herefordshire village. Having recently been extended, the property offers light and comfortable accommodation over two floors.
An attractive oak framed porch gives the front of the house a chocolate box feel and leads into the open plan reception space. The sitting room benefits from a Clearview stove and lots of natural light, as does the dining room, which has an attractive gas fired log burning effect stove set within an inglenook.
Beyond the dining room is the fabulous kitchen/breakfast room, with a range of beautiful bespoke handmade cupboards and drawers finished with quartz worktops and brass handles. Various high spec built-in appliances provide luxury, including a dishwasher, a fridge, an Aga, gas hob, 2 ovens and an under counter drawer fridge. There is ample room for a large dining table and chairs, as well as a breakfast bar to one side of the units. Double doors lead out to the garden, giving the feeling of inside/out living. Adjacent is the utility room, with matching fitted units and onto the ground floor shower room and WC.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms; three doubles and one single, all boasting super views, together with a well-appointed family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower room.
Local Authority: Herefordshire Council 01432 260000 Services: Mains electricity, gas and drainage, private water supply, gas fired central heating, superfast broadband available. 7KW EV Charging point. Council Tax: Band E Tenure: Freehold Guide price: £695,000 Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fitting will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains 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. Agents note: There is a covenant restricting the property to one residential dwelling.
This property has 0.3 acres of land.
Fairfield Cottage enjoys an enviable position in Kingsland village, only moments from all the local amenities yet with a position that affords superb views across arable farmland and sitting within a large plot with a southerly aspect. The house is set in about 0.3 acres of beautiful country cottage gardens offering a well-kept and level lawn, well-stocked flower borders offering year round interest and productive fruit trees of pear, apple and plum.
There is a large parking area off which is a useful outbuilding offering a single garage, with room above for storage. Behind the garage is a further area of garden with a productive vegetable patch.
One of the most popular north Herefordshire villages offering a much sought after primary school, post office and village shop, tea rooms, two well respected public houses/restaurants, village hall with tennis courts and playing fields, parish church, and the Luctonians Sports Club, together with a thriving local community.
Communications are good with a main line station at nearby Leominster, Ludlow or the county town of Hereford. The A44, A49 and A417 provide excellent links to the national road network. Schooling in the area offers superb private and public institutions.
From Ludlow head south on B4361 for 5.5 miles passing through Richards Castle. The road bends sharply to the right turning into the B4362. Proceed to Mortimers Cross. At the T junction turn left onto the A4110 and continue to Kingsland. Go past Luctonians Rugby Club and immediately turn left into the village. Continue for about a mile, past the Corners Inn and after The Angel pub and church green continue for about 200m where the property is found, set back from the road on the right hand side.Read more
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