Cascob, Llanandras


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Grade II Listed, Barn Conversion, Stunning Views, Peaceful Location, Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room, Living Room with Log Burner, Three Double Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Garden, Allocated Parking

Situation: 1 Court House Barns is located within the hamlet of Cascob, approximately 5 miles from the picturesque town of Presteigne.

Voted by The Times as one of the best places in the UK to live, Presteigne is situated on the border of Wales and England, surrounded by beautiful unspoilt scenery and provides local amenities including schools, local independent shops, pubs, cafés, cricket and bowling clubs and hosts an international music festival and the Welsh Trial of The Vintage Sports Car Club annually.

The nearby local tourist town of Ludlow is a thriving market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. It has an international reputation for food and drink with many excellent restaurants and cafes, enhanced by the area's abundance of good quality producers.

The city of Hereford is to the south with many convenient rail links. Local train stations can be found at Leominster and Craven Arms. Birmingham is an approximate one hour commute. There are excellent state and independent schools in the area. Kington and Ludlow Golf Clubs are within close proximity and Ludlow National Hunt racecourse is within a thirty minute drive. The A44 and A49 are close-by and provide good road links to the national motorway network.

The accommodation comprises a reception hall / study area, open-plan kitchen / dining room leading to a utility area and downstairs WC. The kitchen area leads to the main focal point of the house, a charming living room with a log burner with bi-folding doors opening out to the rear garden. The first floor offers a landing area, family bathroom and three double bedrooms including an en suite shower room to the master bedroom. Accessed from the first floor the property provides ample loft storage with dual access.

Outside, the property has two allocated parking spaces within the designated parking plus additional visitor parking available. The front of the property overlooks a beautifully landscaped pond with water feature as well as being adjacent to Cascob Brook. The rear garden is largely laid to lawn with a variety of wild and garden flowers plus a seating area enhancing the stunning views across the valley. Outdoor storage is available with two garden sheds.

Flood Risk: Classed as high risk by Natural Resources Wales, however, the vendors have not experienced any flooding. Additional improvements made recently by the developer.

Please Note: Shared Treatment Plant Drainage (£30 Per Month). Shared TV/Satellite Aerial.

Please Note: The property has the benefit of LPG fired central and underfloor heating to the ground floor, with a wood burning stove in the Living Room, radiators to the first floor and dual fuel towel rails in bathrooms.

Please Note: Oak Flooring runs throughout the ground floor.

Directions: From the Presteigne / Discoed direction, go straight over at Maes-Treylow crossroads towards Cascob and proceed along the lane for approximately 1.5 miles and the turning for Court House Barns is located on the right hand side where you will see the wooden sign Court House.

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