Renovation with new design
Thriving, popular village
Off road parking
Edge of village location
Rural walks on your doorstep
On the edge of this popular, thriving village on the Herefordshire/ Shropshire border, this much-loved bungalow has been completely remodelled into a great home, designed to work with the requirements of modern living.
In the final push towards completion, this renovation showcases a good in the layout as well as some nice touches of character in the solid wood beams and finishing touches. In addition, the developer is happy to implement the preferences of perspective buyers, wherever possible.
From the main entrance, a central hallway leads you along the full length of the property to access rooms on both sides. To the right is the lounge with a feature fireplace and large bay window offering great views across fields to the front; behind this is the master bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden. To the left hand side of the hallway lies another double bedroom and, behind this, the family bathroom. A third bedroom/ study sits at the rear of the property, also overlooking the garden.
The kitchen sits at the property rear and is connected directly to the dining area/ family room via an oak lintel arch. This space has double doors, which open out to the rear garden.
Outside: there is off-road parking to the front of the property as well as a useful storage “bunker”, a small garden area and decorative steps which lead up to the property. A pretty picket fence borders the front elevation and offers privacy. Paths flank either side of the bungalow and enable good access to the rear of the property. The rear garden is level and houses a storage shed and is a great blank canvas for garden lovers.
Area: Leintwardine is a popular village with good amenities including a service station, village stores, butcher, medical centre, church, primary school, village hall and, not least, two public houses: both with their own annual festivals. A weekly post office service and bus services are also available. The historic town of Ludlow is just a few minutes away by car.
At a Glance:
Council Tax Band*: D (Herefordshire Council)
Heating: Oil boiler, radiators
Service charges: nil
Covenants: N Power underground cable
Information provided by vendors.
* correct as of instruction date
"A newly remodelled property in a thriving village."
From the village centre, take the turn opposite the Lion Inn, past the village green and then take the first turn on the left. Continue up Watling Street, past the school on your right hand side, then bear left at the fork on to Dark Lane. The property will be found after approx 50m on the left hand side.
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