Adforton, Nr Leintwardine


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  • Bedrooms: 2
OFFERED TO THE MARKET WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN This wonderful Grade II listed property, has been totally renovated from the thatch roof downwards, and offers two double bedrooms, three reception rooms far reaching views, kitchen and bathroom all newly installed and Oak framed garage, with further parking


A rare opportunity to purchase a totally renovated Grade II listed Chocolate box thatched cottage with two double bedrooms three reception rooms, bathroom and garage.

Property description

It is knowing where to start to describe one of the prettiest cottages I have had the privilege of selling. Totally renovated from the ground upwards this charming thatched cottage is offered to the market in immaculate condition. Wherever possible the owners have sourced local materials and have renovated this beautiful cottage using ancient methods with modern products and technology. (The newly re-thatched and fire felted roof is reed with a prolonged lifespan of c40 years) Enter through the front door into the dining hall/reception room two with its original inglenook fireplace with inset wood-burning stove. Bread oven and quarry tiled hearth with large oak mantle over. White washed beams and double aspect windows .The beamed walls have wall light points and the door on the right leads to a bespoke kitchen, floor units, with oak work surface, deep Belfast sink and original windows overlooking the front garden, under counter electric oven with halogen hob over, built in fridge, freezer and dishwasher, flagstone flooring, beamed wall and white washed beamed ceiling, Niche shelving, original corner cupboard and doors to both an inner lobby/utility area and further door to the drawing room. The door located on the right of the kitchen leads to a concealed staircase and the first floor landing and two bedrooms The Drawing room is a spectacular double aspect room with restored and renovated original windows ,beamed walls and ceiling and a spectacular inglenook fireplace , with oak mantle over, and inset wood burning stove. A door to the rear of the drawing room leads to an inner lobby and then with curved walls and beamed ceiling you step down into a study area, with high level window to underside of Thatch , and further window overlooking the front garden.

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Back through the kitchen and take the rear door to the utility area (with plumbing for washing machine under oak work surface) with door leading to garden, turn left in the lobby to the crème de la crème of beautiful bathrooms, with wet-room style deluge shower with London brick white porcelain tiles with grey grout. Deep bath with side taps and large pedestal wash hand basin, flagstone flooring and window to side aspect. Airing cupboard.. The upstairs bedrooms and landing are located through a door in the kitchen concealing stairs leading to a large landing which doubles as a quiet room for reflection. The two bedrooms are both doubles and the views from the windows over open countryside are just the icing on the cake. This cottage has to be viewed to appreciate the hard work and dedication shown by the current owners during this exceptional renovation.

Garage and Parking

The newly erected Oak framed garage is ideal for one car with log storage and there is ample visitors parking to accommodate at least three further Cars


The front garden with its lollipop fencing has been planted with roses and cottage style flowers, the large rear garden measuring nearly acre and has been seeded and levelled where possible and is a blank canvas for the gardeners amongst us. The far reaching views are an ideal back-drop.


Mains water & drainage

oil fired central heating & hot water provided via new Worcester Bosch combi boiler

Council tax band D



Adforton is a rural village, just two miles from the popular and well served village of Leintwardine, which has a petrol station, shop, family butchers, public houses, fish and chip shops, library, primary school, post office and doctors. Adforton is approximately 1 miles from the popular village of Wigmore offering a very popular secondary school which this property is on the bus route for, along with a castle and a shop. The market towns of Leominster and Ludlow are just a short drive away offering further shopping, recreational and educational facilities.

Agents Note

There is a building plot with full planning permission, located in the area below the garden, (this is not included in the house sale), Full details can be found on the Herefordshire planning website application number 202497 or by contacting our Land & New Homes team on 01584 874450 option 2. Planning is passed for a contemporary chalet style, low rise, ECO four bedroom family home. This can be purchased separately at a guide price of £135,000.


From Ludlow take the A49 towards Shrewsbury, just past the Ludlow farm shop is the turning towards Knighton and Leintwardine, take this turning and follow the road through to the village of Adforton. Just before the church car park and telephone box, take the sharp right hand turning and the cottage will be found on the right hand side.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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Cobb Amos

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