STAUNTON ON ARROW, Leominster, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A light and spacious 18th century detached four bedroom house boasting original character features and fantastic views to the Malvern Hills located in the rural hamlet of Staunton on Arrow. With beautifully maintained gardens and woodland measuring just under an acre, ample parking and a useful workshop and outbuildings.


This is a superb family home standing in approximately one Acre of mature gardens and woodland nestled in a peaceful location in the rural hamlet of Staunton-on-Arrow. The accommodation benefits from light, spacious and well proportioned rooms and in brief comprises of boot room, hall, kitchen, living room, dining room, shower room, conservatory, four double bedrooms, bathroom and workshop.

Property description

You step into the boot room of this charming countryside property which is a useful space to put muddy boots and coats, with a tiled floor and the window to the front this room also houses the boiler. Through a large wooden door you enter into the hallway with access to all principal rooms this has large clay tiled floor and exposed brickwork and beams. The kitchen has ample country style painted wooden wall and base units with wooden worktops, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, an eye level electric cooker and separate hob and a Belfast sink. The dining room is neutrally decorated with exposed wooden beams, high ceilings and window to the side with ample space for dining and entertaining guests. There is a feature fireplace which has a slate tiled hearth and mantle. The living room has a wooden floor and window to the side garden, exposed beams, high ceilings and a picture rail but the heart of this room is an impressive wooden fireplace with a wood burning stove and tiled hearth. From the living room you enter into the conservatory which has double glazed windows and French doors. You can really enjoy the garden from here with a good book and glass of wine. There is a shower room with a three piece white suite with large shower cubicle and a useful cupboard. A hallway leads to stairs to the first floor. Bedroom one is a large light double and benefits from a built in wardrobes and dual aspect views of the pretty garden and countryside beyond. Bedroom two is a large double with built in cupboards, an original feature fireplace and window to the rear garden. Bedroom three is a double, has an original feature fireplace and two windows looking out over the gardens with a cupboard over the stairs. Bedroom four is a double with a window to the front. The large bathroom has a four piece white suite with a shower over the bath there is a cupboard which houses the hot water tank.


The large workshop is accessed from the front of the property and is a large useful room with the sink and dual aspect windows. Although this is currently being used a a separate workshop space, it could be incorporated into the house to provide additional living accommodation. In addition there is an open brick built barn for a workshop, outhouse and wood store.

Grounds and parking

Through double gates there is a large parking area suitable for approximately three cars. In addition to the side of the property there are two extra parking spaces for guests.

A patio from the conservatory makes perfect place for enjoying the garden and entertaining guests. Walking into the garden which is enclosed and predominantly laid to lawn you find the first part is formal with well-stocked flower borders and established shrubs from here flowing into an area with a large vegetable garden and a small orchard of fruit trees. At the bottom of the garden is an area of woodland with established trees and of which in the spring has bluebells and daffodils galore.


Mains electricity, Oil heating, Private drainage and private water. Council Tax Band E.


Staunton-on-Arrow is a quiet hamlet situated within easy reach of the popular market town of Kington and villages of Shobdon and Pembridge which offer a good range of essential amenities, schooling and leisure facilities. The Market town of Leominster is 10 miles away providing an extensive range of amenities, educational and recreational facilities.


From Leominster take the A44 west and then the A4110 north to Mortimers Cross. Turn left at the Mortimers Cross Inn onto the B4362 to Shobdon. In the village of Shobdon fork left after the village stores and continue out of the village. At the crossroad turn right and continue for approximately one mile until the next cross roads, turn left and the property can be found immediately on the left hand side as indicated by the For Sale Board.

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.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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