High Street, Leintwardine


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in the very heart of the popular village of Leintwardine, lies this deceptively large and elegant semi-detached family home with four bedrooms and two/three reception rooms. The property offers new owners the opportunity to create a home office with separate entry and benefits from a large, secluded walled garden and private driveway. The property is offered for sale WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.


Situated in the very heart of the popular village of Leintwardine, lies this deceptively large and elegant semi-detached family home. The property has accommodation comprising; drawing room, dining room, home office, kitchen/breakfast room, cloak room, four double bedrooms, family bathroom, cellar and ample loft space.

Property description

The path leads to Oak front door opening into the entrance hall, the door in front of you leads to a useful and large cellar. The drawing room is located on the left and is a very welcoming, light room, having three windows one to front aspect and one either side of a large stone inglenook fireplace with flagstone hearth with an oil fed wood burner style stove. A curtain can be drawn across the rear of the drawing room to create a home office with door to garden and white washed beamed ceiling. The home office has a window with a seat overlooking the side garden, built in bookshelves, space for a large desk and filing cabinets. A further door leads you back to the main entrance hall. The dining room is on the right as you enter the property and has again a large window over-looking the front. There is a further open fireplace which is redbrick with quarry tile hearth and Adam style mantle. Double glass paned doors open into a kitchen/breakfast room with Rayburn (which supplies the hot water), four ring gas hob and bread oven inset into a brick and stone inglenook. There are a range of floor units and an antique pine corner cupboard, with space for a dishwasher, 1 bowl stainless steel sink unit, space for table and chairs, a quarry tiled floor throughout the kitchen and breakfast room, and paned glass door to a utility area. Here there is a storage cupboard and space for washing machine, door to garden and patio. A downstairs cloakroom finishes the ground floor, with mid cistern WC, a courtesy wash hand basin and window to rear aspect.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead to a large and spacious landing with window to front aspect and access to a huge boarded loft ideal for a hobbies room or STPP could create further accommodation. The master bedroom has windows to both front and side and is of an incredible size with walk-in wardrobe and door to bedroom four ( which due to its position alongside the family bathroom could create both a dressing room and en suite to master.) Bedroom two is a further very large double once again having windows to front aspect and a range of built in wardrobes. Bedroom three is a double bedroom to rear aspect having shelved niche. Bedroom four is a large single accessed both from the master and the main landing. The family bathroom has WC bath and wash hand basin.


Whilst Virginia Cottage is not listed it does lie within the leintwardine conservation area, and has a very pretty walled garden which is classified as a scheduled monument of the Roman station of Bravium, and offers secret pathways to compost area and shed as well as a pergola covered by ancient wisteria and the walls to the house are laced with flowering Japonica . There are various specimen plants and shrubs offering a wealth of all year round colour. The oil tank is hidden behind covered trellis.


Steps lead down to a gated private driveway where there is parking for several cars.


Oil fired central heating. Mains drainage and electricity are connected.

Council tax Band F


Leintwardine is a thriving village offering a good variety of amenities including a well stocked village shop, petrol filling station, garage, local family butchers, nursery and primary schooling, library and an active community centre. Leintwardine is also popular due to being located within the Wigmore High School catchment area, which is a highly sought after secondary school. It also boasts the Lion Hotel, an excellent restaurant and the Sun Inn which is a community pub holding various regular events


From Ludlow proceed in a northerly direction along the A49. After about two miles turn left on the A4113 signposted Knighton/Leintwardine. On entering the village, follow the road through and the property will be found on the right handside just after the butcher.

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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