- VIEWINGS START SATURDAY 12th October
- Elevated Views Over Ledbury
- Gardens, Terrace, Fruit Trees, Shed and Raised Vegetable Beds
- 3 Double Bedrooms & 3 Reception Rooms
- Period Features, Open Fireplaces and Wood Burners
- Close Walking Proximity to Ledbury Town Centre
A beautifully presented detached three bedroom period house with views, close to Ledbury town centre.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Snug – Dining Room – Kitchen – 3 Double Bedrooms – Family Bathroom – Rear Gardens – Sun Terrace
Situated in an elevated position above Ledbury town centre on the much sought-after eastern side of the high street, this property enjoys superb westerly views and has excellent access to the town centre amenities, train station, and nearby countryside walks.
The property has traditional brick elevations under a slate tiled roof with brick chimney stacks and traditional arched windows. The stylish accommodation is arranged over two storeys with the entrance hall, snug, kitchen, pantry, dining room and sitting room to the ground floor. Three generous sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom occupy the first floor. At the front of the property is a low level wall with front and side gates. At the rear of the property is an impressive west facing sun deck leading down to the lawned garden with paths, well stocked flower beds and a shed.
Ledbury offers a comprehensive range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, leisure activities, Primary and Secondary schools, doctors, dental surgeries, community hospital, mainline railway station and regular bus services. The M50/M5 motorway network can be found a further four miles to the south of Ledbury.
Entrance into the hallway comes via a panelled timber front door with obscured glazed oval window and fanlight window above. Immediately in front stairs rise to the first floor, on the left is a door into the sitting room and on the right an opening into the snug.
The snug is a stylish reception room with wooden floorboards and an exposed brick fireplace with inset log burning stove. There is alcove shelving, sash windows, and ceiling coving. A door opens into the pantry with cold slab, next to the kitchen.
The kitchen has painted shaker style fitted wall and base cupboards with a solid timber work surface. There is an inset composite sink with mixer tap, stainless steel extractor hood above a range cooker, and space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. There is original red quarry tile flooring and a large window above the sink that overlooks the rear garden. An opening between the kitchen and the dining room creates a semi open plan kitchen dining room.
The dining room has a dual aspect with large sliding glazed doors that open onto the sun terrace and provide westerly views from the dining table. There is floorboard effect laminate flooring and a wide opening into the sitting room, continuing the semi open plan arrangement.
The sitting room is light and bright with double sash windows on one side, and light from the sliding doors in the dining room on the other side. There are wooden floor boards, an exposed brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove and oak mantle. There is ceiling coving and a door into the entrance hall.
The solid wood stairs have a fitted runner carpet and bespoke iron work hand rail. They lead to a T-shaped first floor landing with two bedrooms on the left, and a further bedroom and family bathroom on the right.
The main bedroom is bright and airy with elevated views of countryside over roof tops and the rear garden. There are double glazed sash windows, fitted carpets and space for a king sized bed, wardrobes and chest-of-drawers.
Bedroom two has a front aspect onto the quiet street of Homend Crescent with space for double bed and chest-of-drawers. There is a an ornate cast iron feature fireplace and a handy built in wardrobe with shelving and a hatch into the loft.
Bedroom three is a good sized double bedroom with a front aspect, stripped wooden floors and cast iron feature fireplace. There is space for a king sized bed, wardrobe and chest-of-drawers.
The spacious family bathroom shares the same breath-taking views west towards Marcle Ridge and has solid stripped wooden floorboards. There is a corner shower cubicle antique style subway tiling and mains feed hand and rose head showers. There is a traditional suite of roll-top bath, WC and heated towel rail. A fitted base cupboard has a solid wood top with ceramic sink and mixer tap. Double doors open into a spacious airing cupboard with fitted shelving, space and socket point for a timber dryer, and a Worcester combi-boiler.
The front of the property is approached with a cast iron gate and a low bricked wall. There is handy access to the side of the property leading to the rear garden.
The private rear garden is enclosed with fencing panels on one side and a brick wall to the other. It faces west and is on three terraces. The higher terrace offers a superb large decked sun terrace bounded by raised beds planted with lavender. Steps lead down to a lower deck with further space for sitting, as well as space for cold frames and a log store. Further steps again lead down to a path onto the lawn bordered with well stock flower beds. To the bottom of the garden is a garden shed and three raised vegetable beds along with a variety of fruit trees and mature shrubs.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band 'D'
All Mains Services
Gas Central Heating
Partially Double Glazed
On-street Parking Only
From the black and white Market House in the town centre, follow the road out of Ledbury towards Hereford/Bromyard and take the first turning right into Bank Crescent. Take the first left onto Homend Crescent. Follow the road for approximately 200 meters and the property will be found on the left hand side marked with a ‘for sale’ board.