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A Beautifully Presented Detached 4 Bedroom House with Large Gardens and Detached Garage, situated within a large corner plot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, a short walk from Ledbury town centre.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Kitchen Dining Room – Snug – Utility Room – 4 Bedrooms – Family Shower Room – Detached Single Garage – Summer House – Private Gardens – Private Driveway
Situated at the town centre side of the Deer Park housing estate in Ledbury, the property enjoys a large corner plot in a quiet end of cul-de-sac location, away from any busy roads and has the benefit of a uniquely large garden for Deer Park. The property has a detached single garage at the far end of the garden, with vehicular access from Mabels Furlong, which has potential as an annexe or studio, subject to the necessary consents.
Ledbury is historic market town in the east of Herefordshire close to the Worcestershire border. The town is highly sought after and frequently appears in national newspapers as one of the best places to live in the country, thanks to its attractive historic centre, stunning surrounding countryside, excellent local schooling and array of independent shops. The town benefits from a main line train station with routes to Birmingham, London and South Wales. Just 4 miles south of the town is the M50 motorway providing a fast link to the M5 and South Wales.
The cathedral cities of Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester offer a wider range of amenities, leisure facilities and shopping, and are roughly equidistant at approximately 17 miles. Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff are all within 60 miles.
The house is approached via a block paved private driveway at the front of the property. A modern 4-pane composite door with side window opens into a wide entrance hall with oak effect laminate flooring which runs throughout the majority of the ground floor. Carpeted stairs rise to the first floor, and there are doors to the snug, WC, kitchen dining room and sitting room. There are pendant lights and a wall mounted modern radiator.
Opposite the front door is a door leading into the snug, converted from an integral single garage. This is currently used as a TV/music room, but would also work well as a play room, separate dining room, hobby room or study. There is a large picture window overlooking the front driveway providing and abundance of natural light. There is a tall modern radiator, central light fitting and TV and power sockets.
Next door is a WC with obscured glazed window, pedestal sink with mosaic tiled splashback. There is a pendant light and radiator.
Further down the entrance hall there is useful storage space underneath the stairs, and a part glazed door on the left into the sitting room. The sitting room is a well proportioned, light and bright room with sliding doors onto a sun deck and terrace. There is a feature wallpapered wall and a wall mounted electric fire. There is a central light fitting, coving, modern radiator and TV and power socket points.
Opposite there is a further part glazed door that opens into the superb kitchen/dining room, spanning the property front to back. Large windows at each end result in an abundance of natural light. There is a dining area on the left with feature wallpapered wall, and on the right, a U-shaped shaker style fitted kitchen. The kitchen includes wall and base cupboards with a wood-bloc effect countertop and upstands. There is a ceramic hob with modern extractor hood above, and double electric ovens below. There is a composite sink and drainer with shower mixer tap and integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is a modern tall wall radiator, downlights to the kitchen area, a central light fitting above the dining area, and numerous polished chrome power sockets, a feature found throughout most of the property.
Next door via a part glazed door is a utility room/conservatory with external side door and slate effect linoleum flooring. There is a further worktop with stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. There is space and plumbing below for a washing machine, and base and wall mounted cupboards, next to a tall cupboard. There is a central light fitting, power sockets and an electric radiator.
At the top of the stairs there is a carpeted landing area with airing cupboard with slatted shelving. There is a hatch to a boarded loft with fitted loft ladder.
The main bedroom is at the back of the property and has a large window overlooking the rear garden. There are fitted wardrobes with a mirror door, a central light fitting, radiator and coving.
The second bedroom is next door to the main bedroom at the front of the property. Facing south it has a distant view of May Hill. There is a central light fitting, coving, modern radiator and plenty of space for a double bed and wardrobes. Also at the front of the property it has southerly view. There is space for a double bed and wardrobes, as well as a central light fitting and modern radiator. The fourth bedroom is at the back of the house and has view over the garden. There is space for a single bed and wardrobes. There is a radiator and central light fitting.
The family shower room is next door to bedroom four, it has a WC, traditional-style chrome towel radiator, glass shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal basin and obscured window. There is a central light fitting, extractor fan, wood effect laminate flooring and a feature wallpapered wall with white ceramic tiling to the other walls.
The block paved driveway to the front of the property has space for several vehicles. Each side of the house are wrought iron gates within brick archways. To the left the gate leads to a small storage area in front of a lean to shed. The right gate leads to the utility back door and along a gravel path to the rear garden.
The rear garden is somewhat of a surprise, it is much larger than the front of the property suggests. There is a large gravelled area immediately off the back of the house with a timber deck with low level walls, immediately off the sitting room. The majority of the garden is at a higher level with a brick retaining wall between the gravel area and the lawn. Wide paved steps lead up to the lawn from the garden, to the side, further steps lead to a gravelled path to the back on the garden, passing well stocks flower beds. Trellis fencing separate the lawn from a further gravelled area with raised beds, the timber summer house, and a detached single garage which has been converted into a 'den' along with wood burning stove. The roof space has been boarded for storage and opposite the main door there are two large timber gates that provide vehicular access onto Mabels Furlong, this also provides a short cut if walking into the town centre. Overall the garden is a delightful enclosed space with views of the Conigree woods, mature trees and hedging and various sitting places. It provides a peaceful retreat with well matured planting and year round interest.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band ‘E’
All Mains Services
Gas Central Heating
Double Glazed Throughout
Superfast Broadband Available
Directions – HR8 2XG
From Ledbury Town Centre, head south along the high street to the top cross traffic lights, continue along the Southend (A449). The road with gradually head up hill and round to the left. At the brow of the hill as the road levels out there is a right turn into Biddulph Way. Head down the hill and take the second right into Blenheim Drive, and then the first right into Newton Close, where the property can be found at the end of the cul-de-sac.
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