Positioned in the popular and well serviced village of Leintwardine is this unique family home offering modern accommodation and countryside views
Chancellors are delighted to present this unique property which offers inverted accommodation with bedrooms to the ground floor and living accommodation above.
This 3 bedroom family home was converted in the 1970s and offers spacious and modern yet characterful accommodation throughout. The current owners have lovingly maintained this property and it's unique outdoor areas. The accommodation briefly comprises of 3 double bedrooms on the ground floor with en-suites to two of the bedrooms and a family bathroom to service the remaining bedroom. There is also a useful utility space which has previously been used as an office, on the ground floor.
The staircase leads from the hallway to the spacious 39â€™10 x 19â€™2 open plan living/dining room which boasts a Clearview log burner, engineered oak flooring in the dining area, Sanderson cafe style shutters to the main windows of the lounge area and characterful exposed roof trusses. The kitchen offers a range of built in units, Rangemaster cooker, Mirastone work surfaces with under mounted white granite composite 1.5 sink with draining grooves, and Travertine stone flooring. There is also a separate WC on the upper floor.
Externally, this home offers three separate outdoor areas, there is a spacious roof terrace leading from the kitchen which offers a secluded seating area. A spiral staircase leads to an additional roof terrace which is 19â€™6 x 15â€™6 and looks out towards some of North Herefordshire's finest countryside. There is also a rear courtyard on the ground floor.
Leintwardine is a popular and sought after village situated on the Herefordshire/Shropshire borders and offers a wide range of amenities such as doctors surgery with pharmacy, petrol station, an excellent village shop, renowned butchers and a primary school. The historic Sun Inn and the Lion Hotel Restaurant and rooms are a focal point for the community and visitors alike. The village is located approximately 8 miles west of the historic town of Ludlow which has useful transport links, supermarkets, secondary school and college. The community life in Leintwardine is strong with many activity groups available to join and many scenic walks available including Mortimer Trail and Shropshire Hills. With this in mind and the quirky but easy to maintain property, we believe this would make an excellent holiday home/holiday let proposition.
The property is serviced by oil fired central heating, the boiler was newly installed in 2018 and new oil tank in 2019. There is double glazing throughout and the property also benefits from fibre broadband.
Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all that this home has on offer.
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