Wyson, Brimfield, Ludlow

£375,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This attractive character 3 bedroom detached cottage is located right in the heart of this popular and well serviced North Herefordshire village. Outside the property has driveway parking and an enclosed garden. Accommodation befitting from oil fired heating and some double glazing is full of character and includes: Reception Hallway, Living Room with woodburner, Kitchen / Diner, Utility Room, Large First Floor Landing, 3 Bedrooms, En-suite Shower Room and large House Bathroom. The property also enjoys a fantastic far reaching view to its rear elevation across open farmland. NO ONWARD CHAIN

The property is located right in the heart of Brimfield which is a popular village that sits in North Herefordshire and is a short drive in to historic Ludlow and the popular towns of Tenbury Wells and Leominster. The village has a good range of facilities that include Public House and Shop, Village Hall, Church and an active community. Whilst close by is the Brimfield and Little Hereford sports club and at nearby Woofferton a further public house, Sainsbury s To Go Garage and a Starbucks.

Canopied Porch

Underneath which is the stable door which opens into

Reception Hallway

Having window to rear elevation with this lovely view across fields and tiled floor

Living Room

5.30m x 4.60m (17'4 x 15'1 )

Has dual aspect with two windows to frontage and 1 to rear again taking in this lovely field view towards Clee Hill. A feature of the room is the attractive stone fireplace with brick feature, timbered beam and flag stone hearth with a wood burning stove. There are 2 cupboards under the stairs offering excellent storage.

Kitchen / Dining Room

3.90m x 3.90m (12'9 x 12'9 )

Has windows to both front and rear elevations, ample room for large table and chairs, tiled floor matching that of the hall, range of matching units with oak fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, 1 bowl ceramic sink unit, exposed ceiling beam, integrated electric hob with extractor positioned above and electric double oven adjacent, integrated Smeg dishwasher, freezer and fridge. Also housed in the kitchen is the rayburn Nuvelle, oil fired rayburn which is sat in an attractive bricked fireplace with heavy oak beam over. Please note that the current vendors do not use the rayburn and at the moment it is not connected.

Utility Room

3.90m x 3.20m (12'9 x 10'5 )

Has double doors out onto the front garden and window to rear elevation with this lovely view. There is vaulted ceiling with timbered feature, 2 further roof windows, heat resistant work surface with cupboards beneath further wall cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and room for a dryer, shelved alcove sitting to the side of the stone chimney breast. Also housed in here is the Worcester heat slave oil fired boiler which heats domestic hot water and radiators.

First Floor Landing

Having 2 windows to rear elevation with this fantastic view, exposed timbered features and access to loft access.

Bedroom 1

3.97m x 3.37m (13'0 x 11'0 )

Has windows to both rear and rear side with this lovely view.

En-suite Shower Room

3.07m x 1.04m (10'0 x 3'4 )

Has window to frontage with custom sized wooden shutters and a suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle.

Bedroom 2

3.50m x 3.03m (11'5 x 9'11 )

Has dual aspect with windows to both front and rear elevations, lovely high ceiling, exposed wall timbers and brick features.

Bedroom 3

2.29m x 2.07m (7'6 x 6'9 )

Has window to frontage and exposed timber beam.

House Bathroom

2.80m x 2.50m (9'2 x 8'2 )

Has window to frontage, modern suite in white of pedestal wash hand basin, wc, large free standing bath with telephone style shower attachment. There is a separate shower cubicle with shower fitted.

Agents Note

The farmer who owns the field behind the cottage has indicated he would consider selling a small area to form a rear garden subject to separate negotiation.

Outside

The property is approached onto a gravelled driveway which provides parking for two cars, gated access then leads into the front garden which has been landscaped by the current vendors to maximise space. There is a gravelled pathway leading to the front door and a paved seating area in the corner with a raised bed. A further paved seating area across the front of the house and an area of lawn, gated access then opens into a useful storage area and a further wicket gate leads to the side of the property which is gravelled and where the oil tank is housed. Please note there is no rear garden with the property.

Services

Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, oil fired heating to radiators, Telephone to BT Telecom regulations, windows on the ground floor are double glazed whilst windows on the first floor are single glazed. All internal doors are ledge and braced.

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council

Tenure

The property is freehold

Viewings

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

Or you can email us at ludlow@samuelwood.co.uk or visit our web site at www.samuelwood.co.uk

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