Kimbolton, Leominster

£299,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Unique opportunity to purchase a detached 2 bed property with excellent, separate modern detached outbuilding/workshop set in pleasant rural location.

LOCATION

Elmleigh is situated in the pleasant rural North Herefordshire village of Kimbolton surrounded by lovely rural countryside. The village itself benefits from the Stockton Cross Pub, which has recently been refurbished, primary school, Church and thriving local community, with the market town of Leominster close to hand offering a good range of everyday facilities to include a range of supermarkets, traditional High Street shops, leisure facilities including swimming pool, primary and secondary school and transport links to include both bus and railway stations. The Cathedral City of Hereford is located a little further to the south for a more comprehensive range of facilities and the popular Historic South Shropshire town of Ludlow is also close to hand.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

This well presented, detached bungalow is approached via a splayed gated tarmacadam driveway which provides ample off-road parking and turning, with a pathway then leading to the front elevation where there is a recessed porch over a UPVC double-glazed front door with bulkhead light opening to the reception hallway, which has pleasant original wooden parquet flooring and doors leading off to the recently updated kitchen. The kitchen comprises a good range of matching base and wall cupboards with attractive solid wood work surfaces to the base units, tiled splashback and inset one and half bowl inset single drainer sink unit. There is an electric Range style cooker with extractor hood fitted above, integrated dishwasher and further planned space for a fridge, ample power points, UPVC double-glazed window to the side elevation and a UPVC double-glazed door giving access to the gardens to the rear. There is a recess off the kitchen which has space and plumbing for a washing machine with sold wood work surface over, power points and UPVC double-glazed window to the rear elevation.

From the kitchen, an archway leads through to the lovely light family living room with a large UPVC double-glazed window to the front elevation and a further double-glazed window to the side. Forming a central feature to the room is a recessed fireplace with raised hearth and flue to accommodate a woodburning stove (current stove will be removed). From the reception hallway, doors lead off to the two bedrooms, both of which can accommodate double beds. The main bedroom having a double-glazed window overlooking the gardens and the countryside beyond to the rear and the second bedroom having a double-glazed window to the front elevation. Also off the hallway is a recently updated shower room with walk-in shower cubicle with mains shower over, close-coupled w.c. and hand wash basin inset to vanity unit.

To the rear of the property, a door from the kitchen opens to a recessed porch with a door to the boiler cupboard housing the Worcester gas fired LPG boiler.

OUTSIDE

The property commands a good-sized plot, approached via a splayed tarmacadam driveway leading through a gated access to a larger driveway area providing ample parking and turning. This in turn leads to an excellent and substantial detached

BRICK AND BLOCK OUTBUILDING

Measuring approximately 34'0 x 20'0 (10.3m x 6.09m)

With large roller shutter door, steel framed, ample power points, fluorescent ceiling lighting, high ceilings, double-glazed windows to three elevations, enclosed CLOAKROOM/W.C. to the one corner and stainless steel sink with cold water tap over. This building offers a unique opportunity for someone looking for a large workshop or trades person requiring storage.

The gardens themselves are principally laid to lawn with the front garden bordered by wooden picket fencing and hardstanding pathway from the driveway leading to the front door. There is access on either side of the house to the rear, which again is primarily lawned with a hardstanding and flagged patio area on the back of the property, a timber-framed garden shed and a backdrop onto the open farmland. There is a cold water external tap to the rear of the property and the LPG gas tank is located to the side of the entrance driveway.

SERVICES

Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage.

LPG gas fired centrally heated.

Telephone (Subject to B.T. Regulations).

OUTGOINGS

Council Tax Band: D.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000.

VIEWING

Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson Property. Telephone 01568 610600.

DIRECTIONS

Proceed into the village of Kimbolton from Leominster, turn right just after the Stockton Cross Pub and Elmleigh can be found just down this lane on your left hand side.

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