Adforton, Adforton £400,000

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  • 4 / 5 bedrooms
  • LPG gas central heating
  • 3/4 acre of garden
  • Garage

A spacious and versatile detached period barn conversion with four double bedrooms, large attractive gardens, attached garaging and separate oak framed open barn.

With double glazing and LPG central heating, this fabulous family home is situated in the rural village of Adforton at the heart of the historic Black and White Trail on the Herefordshire/Shropshire borders.

Reception Hall – Sitting Room – Dining Room – Study/Playroom – Kitchen/Dining – Pantry – Utility Cloakroom – Four Bedrooms - Two En-Suite Shower Room – Jack and Jill Family Bathroom – Double Garage – Large Gardens

The Old Barn is a spacious red brick, detached barn conversion with flexible and adaptable accommodation to suit every family need.

Character features include exposed wall and ceiling timbers, ledge and brace doors and charming details such as the bay window seat in the sitting room. This is a fabulous home, set within a large plot, and has a delightful and private, landscaped rear garden which backs onto open countryside.

Adforton is a small, vibrant village on the Herefordshire/Shropshire border with a church that is also used as an active village hall. Leintwardine, 2.5 miles, has a good range of local amenities and facilities including, a post office, shop, butchers, restaurant, pubs, petrol station, takeaway food, library, primary school and doctor’s surgery.

Wigmore, 1.5 miles, has a well-regarded secondary school, nursery section, shop and castle. The historic, market town of Ludlow, 9.5 miles, offers a wider range of facilities including restaurants,  independent shops, theatre and leisure activities.

There is a mainline railway station with links to London and Birmingham from Leominster, 11.5 miles and motorway access to the M50 and M5 is 38 and 42 miles respectively.

Porch – a wood door leads into an attractive, covered porch with patterned brick floor.

Reception Hall – A heavy wooden door leads into the spacious hall with wooden floor, exposed timbers and ledge and brace doors into the cloakroom, snug, sitting room and  kitchen/dining room. An attractive wood staircase leads up to the first floor.

Sitting Room – A spacious and light double aspect, carpeted room with exposed timbers and a large bay window with a charming window seat looking out to the rear garden. A brick fireplace, with stone hearth, houses the wood burning stove which straddles both the sitting room and the study/family room.

Study/Playroom – with a wood floor and exposed timbers, this room also benefits from the wood burning stove. A light room with a double aspect and door opening into the garden.

Snug – a useful reception room off the kitchen which has a wood floor, exposed timbers and a glazed door out to the terrace.

Kitchen/Dining Room – a fabulously spacious room full of character with slate floor and exposed timbers and louvred window feature. There is a range of cream coloured, fitted floor and wall units with integrated fridge, 1.5 bowl, stainless steel sink, space for a cooker and fridge/freezer, stainless steel cooker hood and door out to the garden. An arched doorway leads to the slate floored rear hall with doors to the garage, pantry and utility.

Pantry – with slate floor and a mix of marble and wood shelving.

Utility – a good size room with slate floor, tiled walls and ample space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and extra appliances.

Cloakroom – a cream coloured suite and slate floor with window to the side.

First floor landing – the wooden staircase and timbered wall leads up to the light, carpeted landing.

Master Bedroom – a spacious and light room with a dressing room and toilet. There is scope for a full en-suite, subject to permission.

Bedroom 2 – a generous double bedroom with access to the Jack and Jill bathroom.

Bedroom 3 – a further double bedroom with an en-suite shower room.

Bedroom 4 – another light, double bedroom with a built in wardrobe.

Bathroom - a family bathroom with exposed timbers, partially tiled walls, airing cupboard and white suite, including a panelled bath with telephone style taps.

Shower Room – a convenient, separate shower.

Outside – The property, sitting within large, well stocked attractive gardens, is approached through a wooden field gate and onto a gravel drive with ample parking for several vehicles.

Two areas of lawn with trees and hedging are found to the front of the property. The oak framed, tiled open barn is a useful storage area and could be used for other purposes, subject to permission.

A further field gate leads into the rear garden; a large, sunny and very private garden with lawns, well established beds and borders, specimen trees and an ornamental pond. An attractive pergola is clothed in climbing plants.

There is a vegetable garden with raised beds and a more naturalised area to the back which is currently used as a perfect play area for children.

The sheltered terrace by the house is ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.

There is also a greenhouse and two sheds.

Garage – the attached garage has double wooden doors, power and light.

Practicalities

◊ Herefordshire Council Tax Band F
◊ Mains Water / Sewerage / Electricity
◊ ¾ Acre Plot
◊ LPG Gas Central Heating
◊ Broadband is available at the property
◊ Ludlow 10 miles / Leominster 11 miles

Directions

From Leominster, follow signs for A44 up Bargate Road, passing Morrison’s and bear right at the fork in the road. Take the right signed Kingsland.
Follow for approximately 1 mile, then on the sharp bend turn left signed Wigmore.
At the T-junction turn right, follow the A4110 past Mortimer’s Cross and continue through the village of Wigmore.
Travel approximately 2 miles and upon reaching Adforton turn right directly after the Church, where the property is to your right.


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Adforton
Adforton SY7 0NF
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: The Old Barn