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End of Terrace 4 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
Weobley, Herefordshire, HR4

£500,000Offers in Excess

Situated in the centre of the village and benefiting from off road parking, is this four bedroom, Grade II listed cottage. Featuring a cottage style garden, conservatory, country style kitchen with Aga and original features throughout. Viewing is highly recommended.Located in the popular village of…

Key Features

  • Four bedrooms, one en-suite
  • Kitchen/breakfast room with Aga
  • Utility room and downstairs wc
  • Character features throughout
  • Uniquely laid-out, versatile accommodation
  • Off-road parking on private drive
  • Garden and separate courtyard
  • Conservatory
  • Popular village location
  • Contact branch for further details
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Central heating throughout
  • Secondary double glazing to most windows
  • Electric shower over bath.
  • Sold

Property Information

Situated in the centre of the village and benefiting from off road parking, is this four bedroom, Grade II listed cottage. Featuring a cottage style garden, conservatory, country style kitchen with Aga and original features throughout. Viewing is highly recommended.

Located in the popular village of Weobley, on the famous Black and White Village Trail, is this Grade II listed cottage. With character features throughout, the property offers versatile accommodation over three floors.

The front door leads straight into the first of the reception rooms, currently in use as a dining room. With flagstone flooring, beams in the walls and ceiling and windows to the front and side aspect, this room also features a stone built fireplace with log burner. A door adjacent to the fireplace takes you into the heart of the home and the kitchen/breakfast room. This features quarry tiled flooring, a range of fitted wall and floor units, space for white goods and oven and an Aga nestled into another feature, stone fireplace. There is also room for a table and chairs for more casual dining or increased working space.

Behind the kitchen is another reception room, currently being used as a lounge. Character features abound in this space, with more ceiling and wall beams, hardwood flooring, a corner fireplace with log burner, stairs to the first floor and a door out to the conservatory. There is also a door to the side leading you into a newer addition to the property. Featuring underfloor heating, this area houses a utility room and separate wc. There is space and plumbing in place for further white goods in the utility room as well as a Belfast sink and windows to the rear and side.

The stairs from the dining room lead up to the first of two separate upstairs areas and the first two of the four bedrooms - one of which features built-in storage. There is also the main family bathroom with white bath, wc and sink. The landing is a useful living space in itself with its wall shelves and room for furniture - it would make a lovely study or library area. There is also a large walk-in airing cupboard. Another set of stairs lead from the landing up to a second floor and another bedroom with further storage.

Back on the ground floor and a second set of stairs leads from the living room taking you directly to another bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a built-in storage cupboard. Having two separate upstairs areas - both with their own bathroom facilities and separate access - makes it very easy to accommodate visiting friends and family and highlights the versatility of the cottage. Perhaps, the single room could be used as a home office - keeping work life separate from home.

There are two distinct outside areas. A courtyard patio area is accessed via a door from the utility space; and a well-established garden with multiple trees and shrubs is accessed via two sets of double doors from the conservatory to the rear. It would not take too much effort to make the outside space a wonderful place in which to relax and to entertain guests. At the bottom of the cottage style garden is a workshop, greenhouse and storage. To the front of the property there is a driveway to the side which offers private parking and gated access to the courtyard.

With access to both Hereford (thirteen miles to the south) and Leominster (around nine miles to the north), the village of Weobley is in an ideal location. With local facilities aplenty and the Herefordshire countryside all around, this cottage would make a lovely family home. The property is unique in its layout and style and we would love to discuss its potential with you. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate what is on offer.

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Quote Reference: 5005067

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Current EPC Rating: E

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