Suckley Lane, Pembridge, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in a private cul-de-sac within the popular black and white village of Pembridge, is this outstanding, four double bedroom, two reception, detached Border Oak family home. The property boasts superb character features synonymous with the build, including exposed timbers and high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Additional benefits include: attic and loft space, gas heating, timber garage and enclosed garden.


A striking, detached Border Oak property situated within the black and white village of Pembridge. The property has accommodation comprising: entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, cloak room, four double bedrooms, one en-suite, a family bathroom and an attic room with additional storage. The property also benefits from gas heating, fully enclosed garden and timber garage

Property description

The property is approached by a path to the porch where a solid oak door opens into the entrance hall. You are immediately greeted by exposed oak timbers and light accommodation which flows through this beautifully maintained, Border Oak property. There is underfloor heating and double glazing both upstairs and downstairs. The hall creates a lovely ambience and space for a reading area or study with a window to the front, useful under-stairs cupboard and staircase to the first floor. An opening leads to the kitchen which is fitted with a De Vol kitchen and has dual aspect windows to the front and side. There is an integrated dishwasher, twin Butler sink, Aga cooker with five ring gas hob and pantry cupboard. A door opens to the utility room which has an additional Belfast sink, base units with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a door to the rear garden. The utility provides access to the additional pantry cupboard and cloakroom fitted with a wc and basin. The living room has dual aspect windows including bi-folding doors onto the patio area and allowing natural light to flood the room. There is a stunning fireplace with a Belgian, natural stone mantle and inset Clearview stove creating a cosy focal point to the room. The dining room has a window to the front and ample space for table and chairs and a dresser.

Taking the staircase to the first floor, the character and charm continue. There is an impressive, large window overlooking the rear garden which is a striking feature of the property. The landing has a solid oak, double cupboard which houses the water tank but also has space for linen. Bedroom one certainly has the wow factor with high, vaulted ceilings, dual aspect windows and being a substantial double size. A door opens to the en-suite shower room which is fitted with a double shower cubicle, basin and wc. Bedroom two is a double with fitted wardrobes and a window to the front. Bedroom three is also a double with a window to the rear and bedroom four, a double with a window to the front. Bedroom three provides loft access via a wooden folding attic ladder; this is a fantastic space to utilise as an occasional room/gym/games' room with heating, two velux windows and additional storage space. The family bathroom houses a spacious shower and large, freestanding roll-top bath.

Garage and parking

The garage provides parking for one car with double fronted doors, light and power. There is parking for one car to the side of the property and parking for an additional car through the five bar gate.


The front and rear garden is securely enclosed by mature Laurel hedging and has a private feel. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and there is a patio area ideal for summer dining, creating an easy-to-maintain space. There is also gated access to both sides of the property.


All mains services are connected. Under floor heating.

Council Tax Band F.


The popular black and white village of Pembridge is very well catered for offering a number of public houses and restaurants, popular primary school, village hall and church to name just a few. The market towns of Leominster (7 miles) and Kington (6 miles) offer a further range of amenities to include supermarkets, schooling, leisure facilities and good road and rail links to surrounding areas and nationwide. Hereford City is approximately 16 miles distant offering a further wealth of shopping, recreational and educational facilities.


From Leominster, proceed west on the A44 passing through the village of Monkland towards Weobley. Before reaching Dilwyn take the right hand turn signposted Pembridge, continuing on the A44. On entering Pembridge, pass Bridge Street on your right and the turn to the school on your left, shortly after turn left into Suckley Lane and the property can be found straight in front of you.

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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