Staunton on Arrow, Herefordshire
New central heating boiler
No adjacent neighbours
A pretty, three-bedroom property with bags of character, Staunton Cottage offers versatile accommodation over three floors and enjoys a glorious, peaceful, rural position looking out across the adjoining fields.
The cottage’s main entrance lies to the front: a welcoming, enclosed porch which leads into the main living area. However it’s the side entrance which undoubtedly gets the most use, a pretty timber canopied porch leading in from the front garden: the perfect spot for removing your muddy boots after a productive morning in the garden.
This leads through into the kitchen with a good number of fitted units and cupboards for all those kitchen essentials. A good, square room, the kitchen is large enough to accommodate a breakfasting table. Although the heart of this home is the sitting and dining space: a large, versatile room with exposed beams and a log burning stove - the two areas separated by a set of central stairs leading up to the first floor.
Off the sitting area there is also a full-width study area, a useful addition for those who now work from home. Past this, lies the master bedroom with adjoining en suite. The bedroom’s vaulted ceiling with exposed beams giving this room a spacious and airy feel, with windows looking out to the side and rear gardens. The room has a separate, side access to the garden making it perfect for use as a separate guest wing or accommodation for a dependent relative.
A family bathroom and separate utility room complete the downstairs.
Two further bedrooms can be found on the first floor.
Outside: Turn into the property and onto a full-length driveway to the front, offering plenty of parking. The driveway is headed by a wooden garage/ storage. From the driveway, a winding path leads you through a large lawn area to the cottage. The path continues along flower boarders, across the front of the house, past a greenhouse to another good-sized lawn area boarded by mature shrubs and hedging.
Area: A pretty, rural area of northwest Herefordshire, Staunton on Arrow has a village church and is a great base for country pursuits and walks. The black and white village of Pembridge lies just a couple of miles east and is home to pubs, cafes and independent shops. The larger market towns of Leominster and Kington are a little further away and offer all the amenities you would expect.
"A pretty cottage that's full of character"
From Leominster, drive on the A44 into the village of Pembridge. In the centre of the village, opposite Ye Old Steppes Tearoom, take the right turn for Presteigne and Shobdon. Continue along this road for approx 1.9 miles (and pass through 2 crossroads), where the driveway for the property will be found on the right hand side of the road.
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