Bircher, Leominster

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This attractive 3 bedroom detached cottage style home is located in the popular village of Bircher surrounded by beautiful North Herefordshire countryside. Outside the property enjoys well-presented gardens to front and rear, excellent driveway parking and a large Detached Garage. Accommodation benefitting from oil fired heating and double glazing is full of character to include: Reception Porch, Large Hallway, Living Room with attractive fireplace and woodburner, Kitchen / Dining Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, First Floor Landing, 3 Bedrooms the main bedroom having a high vaulted ceiling and House Bathroom. EPC Rating D

Bircher is a rural village close to Bircher Common which is National Trust land and within mile of Yarpole village which has a Public House, Community Shop, Church, Village Hall and an active local community. Historic Ludlow and the popular towns of Leominster and Tenbury Wells are equally easily accessible and offer a comprehensive range of facilities.

Front door opens into

Reception Porch

with timbered features and 2 windows to frontage. Upper glazed door opens to

Spacious Reception Hallway

full of character with timbered ceiling and under stairs storage cupboard

Living Room

5.20m x 3.46m (17'0 x 11'4 )

having dual aspect with windows to front and rear elevations overlooking the gardens. The room is full of character with timbered ceiling and a most attractive brick inglenook style fireplace with multi-fuel stove sitting on a flagged hearth.

Kitchen / Dining Room

5.20m x 3.00m (17'0 x 9'10 )

also having dual aspect with windows to front rear elevations. The dining area has ample room for a good sized table and chairs together with a tiled floor. The kitchen is nicely fitted with a matching range of units with grey fronts, woodblock work surfaces, 1 bowl stainless steel sink unit, Neff gas hob with extractor positioned above and electric oven below and an integrated fridge.

Utility Room

2.94m x 2.82m (9'7 x 9'3 )

with stable door to rear elevation, window to frontage and tiled floor matching that of the kitchen. There is a feature brick archway with heat resistant work surface, stainless steel sink unit, planned space and plumbing for a washing machine and the Worcester oil fired boiler is housed here and heats domestic hot water and radiators.


with window to rear, tiled floor matching that of the utility and wc in white.

First Floor Landing

with window to rear elevation and timbered features. Door into linen cupboard with shelves and radiator, access to roof space.

Bedroom 1

5.40m x 3.57m (17'8 x 11'8 )

a lovely room with high vaulted ceiling, dual aspect with windows to front and rear elevations, the front window providing a lovely view towards Clee Hill. The room is full of character with extensive wall timbering and beams.

Bedroom 2

3.20m x 3.13m (10'5 x 10'3 )

with window to frontage, full of character with timbered features.

Bedroom 3

3.11m x 2.13m (10'2 x 6'11 )

with window to rear elevation and timbered features.


2.48m x 1.95m (8'1 x 6'4 )

with window to frontage, timbered features, suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin, corner bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle with Mira shower fitted and tiled splash backs.


The property is approached onto a tarmacadam driveway which provides parking for 3 / 4 cars, there are gravelled borders with shrubs and double opening doors into the Detached Garage having concrete floor, window to garden, light and power fitted. Off the driveway a gravelled pathway leads to the front door into a good sized and enclosed front garden which is mainly laid to lawn and around the outside there are well established and flowering borders and fencing aiding privacy. Gravelled pathway continues to the rear of the property passing 2 useful wood stores, directly at the back of the house there is a 2 tiered paved seating area ideal for summer dining / barbecues and an overhang porch. Gravelled pathway then leads back to the garage and driveway. The remainder of the rear garden is enclosed by fencing and mature deciduous hedging, this garden in the main is laid to lawn with a selection of trees and shrubs, central flower border and a garden shed. There is also trellis work around the seating area with apple tree and wisteria.


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators, windows are wooden double glazed. Flood Risk very low. Broadband speeds: 13Mbps-80Mbps. Solar panels are on the garage roof installed in 2012, having a 25 year agreement and provide a useful income with reduced electric costs


The property is freehold

Local Authority:

Herefordshire Council, tax band E


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