New Street, Ledbury Offers in Excess of £265,000

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  • Grade II Listed Townhouse
  • Annexe w. Home Office
  • En Suite
  • Low Maintenance Courtyard Garden
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Bi-fold Doors

A Stylish Grade II Listed Town House Close to Ledbury Town Centre, with converted outbuilding and courtyard garden.

Entrance Hall – Sitting Room Kitchen/Dining Room 2 Double Bedrooms Single Bedroom Shower Room Courtyard Garden
Outbuilding: Home Office Guest Bedroom Ensuite Shower Room

Dating back to the 18th century this charming period townhouse is constructed of red brick under a clay tiled roof, and has the accommodation arranged over three floors, and in a separate outbuilding. Externally, notable features include a gabled dormer to the second floor attic, dentil brickwork to the eaves, timber sash windows and a curved canopy porch.

Internally, the property is highly stylised with touches of vintage styling running throughout, which compliments the period character and makes the property unique. There is a fantastic separate annexe accessed via the rear courtyard garden which provides an additional bedroom and a separate study space, ideal for home working.

THE PROPERTY

The property is accessed via a solid wood 6 panel arched front door, which opens into a small inner entrance hall with hanging space for coats on the left. There is a pendant light, part panelled walls and engineered oak flooring. From here a further panelled door opens into the living room.

The living room has engineered oak flooring and a central open fireplace with decorative cast iron surround and a tiled hearth. There is timber framed arched window at the front of the property, exposed ceiling beam, TV aerial, telephone point, radiator, and a pendant light. From here there is a step up and large panelled door that opens into the kitchen dining room.

The Kitchen dining room is a lovely bright room fitted with bifold doors spanning the far wall. The stylish kitchen cabinets are a refurbished original 1950’s ‘English Rose’ kitchen, with wall and base cupboards, topped with stainless steel worktops and a stainless steel breakfast bar. Above the breakfast bar is a triple pendant ‘headlight’ style light fitting. There are crackle subway tiles, a stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, a designer radiator, and modern extractor hood. There is a 5-ring Falcon range cooker with electric oven and gas hob available by separate negotiation. 

Throughout the kitchen cathedral limestone flooring runs which continues into the rear courtyard, so when the bifold doors are open there is a sense that the room is extended. Opposite the breakfast bar there are further cupboards where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, there is a work top above with shelving and a tall side cupboard with additional built in shelving. In front of the bifold doors there is space for a dining table and chairs, and a cupboard housing a Worcester combi boiler. Above the bifold doors there are 3 roof light windows and three vintage styled light fittings. 

An original plank and ledge door opens onto carpeted stairs with a hand rail. These stairs rise to a small first floor landing where there are doors to the bathroom, and first floor bedrooms. There is a further door that opens to stairs which rise into the second floor attic room. 

The main bedroom on the first floor is a generously proportioned room with painted floorboards, exposed ceiling timbers, a cast iron fireplace, pendant light and timber framed double glazed window, overlooking the front of the property. There is a large deep cupboard in the corner, and a feature wall with a world map mural wallpaper. 

The smaller bedroom on the first floor is carpeted and features a corner cast iron fireplace with brick hearth. It has a pendant light and window overlooking the rear courtyard. 

Next door is a stylish bathroom with checkerboard linoleum flooring, traditional style basin, WC and shower over a micro bath, with rail for shower curtain. There is a deep storage cupboard in the corner, and traditional style heated towel radiator, roof light window and recessed downlights. 

Carpeted stairs lead up to an attic room with vaulted ceiling. This light and airy room enjoys a double aspect with dormer windows at the front and rear. There are exposed wall and ceiling timbers, a recessed alcove and wall mounted lighting. The front dormer has glazed side panels resulting in increase natural light, and views to the Conigree Woods and Marcle Ridge. There are views to Dog Hill Wood from the rear dormer. 

The Outbuilding is accessed via the courtyard and has a painted solid timber door, which opens into room suited as a home office. The room enjoys a dual aspect with windows at the front overlooking the courtyard and an obscured window at the rear. There is engineered oak flooring with electic underfloor heating. There are exposed timbers, brick window and door arches, wall mounted lights and telephone point.

Oak open alternative-tread stairs rise to a first floor room with en suite shower room. It has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, and engineered oak flooring with electric underfloor heating. There is a double glazed window overlooking the courtyard, a TV aerial, and stylish light switchess and door handles. The ensuite has a walk-in shower with glass screen and an electric shower. There is a WC, towel rail and basin with mirror and light above. Above the ensuite is a flat area suitable for storage. 

OUTSIDE

The rear courtyard has cathedral lime stone flooring (currently partially covered with astroturf) and a covered corner area with tiled roof and metal guttering to a reclaimed water butt. The courtyard is fully enclosed and feels like an additional room to the property when the kitchen dining room bifold doors are open. 

The original scheme to convert the outbuilding included a covered link between the house and the outbuilding, to the left side of the courtyard. See planning application DCN070037/F on Herefordshire Council Planning website for details.  


EPC

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New Street
Ledbury HR8 2EA
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 00002227