Lyonshall Near Kington, Herefordshire HR5

£340,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Property Description

Three bedroom detached property in the village of Lyonshall Built in the late 70's with reclaimed oak full of character and charm

Property Details

The property is conveniently located only 3 miles to the town of Kington. 12 miles to Leominster and 21 miles from the city of Hereford with great transport links to the rest of the country. The pub The King George is going through major renovation at the moment but the plans are to make it the hub of the village with café. Restaurant soft play area and mini cinema will make Lyonshall even more desirable.

Lyonshall is an attractive village set in glorious hilly countryside near the small market town of Kington in North West Herefordshire. The main part of the village is spread along the A480 in a small valley with most of the houses clustered near a crossroads by the Royal George public house. The Royal George has unfortunately been closed for some time but has been purchased by a local resident. He has recently been granted planning permission for his ambitious plans to restore and extend the public house by reviving its restaurant and adding a village shop, an auditorium, a cafe and a children's play area.

The area of the Civil Parish is quite large and consists of farms, some woodland and the small hamlets of Holme Marsh, Next End, The Whittern, New Street, Bullocks Mill and Woonton Ash. There are many other smaller groups of houses around the neighbourhood area. In common with all other areas of the country, Lyonshall is being encouraged to permit further expansion and to this end a number of small housing developments have been approved. These developments are intended to be sympathetic to the style and character of the village with the emphasis on good, individual design

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Russell Baldwin & Bright - Kington

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