This property is located at the end of a cul de sac and offers an entrance lobby, lounge with wood burner and modern fitted kitchen/dining room
Leominster town is believed to date back to the 7th century and is filled with history â€“ this home forms part of that history. This home once was an aid raid shelter in 1945, for 50 people. It is believed that Leominster had nine originally and this is the last remaining one.
It was converted into a residential dwelling and then extended at the rear in 1953. There has more recently been planning permission passed to extend above and take the bungalow to a house. This permission has since lapsed.
This property has a gated private driveway for parking several vehicles and a garden which enjoys the river Kenwater at its far boundary.
This property has modern comforts such as double glazed windows.
Leominster market town offers a range of individual shops, schools, restaurants, doctors, dentists, leisure centres, swimming pool and still holds a weekly market every Friday in the central corn square.
Chancellors highly recommend internal viewing of this property to fully appreciate all it has to offer.