Superb townhouse full of character and style
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21 Mill Street offers quirky, contemporary and stylish features combined with original character. It has well-presented flexible accommodation arranged over three floors, combining the amenities of modern living with character features including exposed beams, stone walls and original woodwork.
The reception hall leads through into the generous sitting room. This dual-aspect, light filled room benefits from wood flooring and a wood-burning stove as well as French doors leading out into the garden. An adjacent study/snug sits between the sitting room and back hall, off which is a utility, and a back door into the garden.
Off the rear hall one also finds the kitchen and dining room, sharing an impressive open-plan space at the rear of the property. This spacious room features stone flooring with underfloor heating, exposed stone walls and a unique dining area featuring a fully-glazed section overlooking the garden.
The contemporary kitchen boasts a wonderfully quirky, stylish and intriguing curved wall running into a section of built-in units. Granite countertops and high-quality integrated appliances can be found throughout.
To the rear of the kitchen, stairs rise to a mezzanine area offering a further living space and used as home office by the current owners. Four large, equally-sized bedrooms and two well-appointed family bathrooms are split between both the first and second floors.
The front of the property is approached from street level via a small gateway. The enclosed garden to the rear is laid mainly to level lawn with mature flowerbeds and a paved area, ideal for entertaining and al-fresco dining, the whole enjoying far-reaching views over a neighbouring paddock and countryside beyond. The parking for the property is to the rear via a small lane off Mill St. There is a single garage, parking for two cars and access into the garden and the rear of the property.
Situated in the heart of this vibrant market town, No 21 is within easy access of a variety of independent shops such as traditional butcher, newsagent, pharmacy, greengrocer, delicatessen and fishmonger.
There is also a doctors surgery, town library, local food market and a number of well regarded pubs in, and just outside the town. The excellent Cloud 9 Health Club and Pool at the Burton Hotel is a wonderful addition to Kington. The surrounding countryside offers excellent walking and cycling and the local golf club is known as the highest in England.
Nearby are a number of well-regarded state and independent primary and secondary schools. The town of Presteigne is just a few miles away and offers a further range of shops, cafes and restaurants. Hay-on-Wye is only a short drive, offering interesting shops, cafes and the well know literary festival.
The Cathedral city of Hereford provides all the amenities one would expect, and a direct train to London in under 3 hrs. The A44 is easily accessed and provides a link to the nationwide road network, while Leominster station offers mainline rail links.
From Ludlow, proceed south on the A49 to the A44 continuing for 2.7 miles, and then at the roundabout continue straight onto Headbrook. Headbrook turns right and becomes Bridge Street, and then Bridge Street turns left and becomes High Street. Take a slight left into Mill Street and the property is located on the left hand side.Read all
- 3 Reception rooms
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- 4 Double bedrooms
- Two family bathrooms
- Single garage and parking for two cars
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