Leinthall Starkes, Ludlow


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An opportunity to purchase this lovely cottage within the Hamlet of Leinthall Starkes - which lies close to Ludlow. Four bedrooms and a wonderful bespoke garage/workshop.


This very pretty black and white cottage has been lovingly cared for and enhanced by the current owners. The property has accommodation comprising; Living room, dining room, study, hallway, kitchen, porch, shower room, four bedrooms, one ensuite and a family bathroom. The property also benefits from a bespoke purpose built garage/hobby/workshop, garden and parking.

Property description

You approach this chocolate box black and white cottage via a driveway with double height garage. The door with covered porch is situated on the side of the property and opens into a wide and light entrance hall with stairs rising on the left and door to the living room which has exposed timbers to the ceiling and walls, a large redbrick Inglenook with log burning stove and brick hearth and two windows to each side of the fireplace which provide natural light. There is a further window to front aspect over-looking the front garden and the hamlet of Leinthall Starkes. A Suffolk latch door leads to a large dining room with space for a huge family gathering. There is a further redbrick fireplace which is currently not used and a further door leading back into the entrance hall, where there is a space for quiet reflection. The kitchen is on the left as you leave the study and is accessed via a stable door. There are wide range of shaker style floor and wall units, with open shelves and two windows, Terracotta tiled flooring, inset lighting and a sink over-looking the beautiful rear garden. There is space for free standing cooker. A door leads to the utility area which is ideal for muddy boots, coats and dogs. There is a further door to a useful boot room.

The stairs lead to a dog leg staircase, separating the landing into two distinct halves. There is a large guest bedroom with double aspect windows offering far reaching views everywhere you look and benefits from an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom is next door and has a panelled bath with telephone style mixer taps and a hand held shower attachment, bidet and low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Bedroom two is a generous double with room ideal for Grandchildren or young ones needing large floor space for games, train sets etc. The master bedroom is found at the end of the landing and has a wealth of bespoke wardrobes and original wall beams, with secret panels hiding eaves storage . The fourth bedroom is also a double and is currently used a home office, with window over-looking the garden with beamed walls and ceiling. The house is deceptively large and offers versatile family accommodation.


The garden is beautifully laid out and has a meadow garden at the end for the bees and butterflies and overlooks open countryside, a place for thriving hives. A quiet covered area, area of lawn with well stocked beds and borders giving a wealth of all year round colour. There is a shed and large greenhouse. Steps lead down to a patio and bespoke workshop and garage.

Garage and parking

A large purpose built unit, double height garage has been built to take to take a motorhome, with an amazing amount of further space, which is currently set out as a carpentry workshop. The driveway holds a further four to five cars.


Oil fired central heating, Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

Council tax band E


The Mortimer villages history has been a fascinating, sometimes mystical, often bloody and turbulent affair. From ancient hill forts to the powerbase of the medieval Mortimer dynasty, from Roman legionaries to the industrial revolution every period of British history has made its mark on our area. From the Norman conquest through Barons' rebellions, from the Wars of the Roses to the English Civil War the villages have seen the famous and the infamous come and go. Leinthall Starkes is a small village and civil parish in north-western Herefordshire, England. It is about 7 miles south-west of Ludlow, and near the larger village of Wigmore. The road between the two runs through the village. Leinthall Earls is situated to the south of the village


From Ludlow town centre, head out towards Leominster, after crossing the Lugford bridge turn right past the Charlton Arms onto the Whitcliffe Road, follow this road for approximately 5.7 miles you will reach the village of Leinthall Starkes and the property will be located on your left hand side just after the turning to Burrington on your right.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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Cobb Amos

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