Lingen, Lingen Bucknell, Shropshire
£625,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
The largely seventeenth-century three bedroom and three reception room cottage, was fully refurbished in 2020, is set within two thirds of an acres of wild meadow gardens and with areas set to lawn, and also a large vegetable patch, offering the prospect of food heaven' at your fingertips.

Introduction

Cobb Amos are thrilled to offer to the market this beautifully presented three bedroom, three reception roomed, detached family home, set in the heart of the hamlet of Lingen. The largely seventeenth-century cottage, fully refurbished in 2020, is set within just under an acre of wild meadow gardens and with areas set to lawn, and also a large vegetable patch, offering the prospect of food heaven' at your fingertips.

Rose & Ivy Cottage is also ideal for homeworking, enjoying two independent broadband connections.

Property description

Where to begin on this wonderful tour, having come in through the front door, move into an oak beamed dining hall, with characterful walls and ceilings giving the impression of entering a stately home. From here there are doors to both the kitchen and main drawing room. The kitchen/breakfast room, like many properties, is the centre & heart of this home. Offering a range of wall and floor units, white washed ceiling beams and dual aspect windows to both side and front aspect. You will find enough space to take a table for seating four people and in addition the kitchen features the original bread oven. A stable door, takes you to a wonderful glazed boot room, currently being used as an inner hall and offering double doors onto the garden and patio terrace. The drawing room is located off the dining hall and is a wonderfully snug winter room' with beamed walls and ceiling and a log burning stove that is inset into the large original inglenook fireplace. There is also a window to front aspect and the door from the drawing room, leads to the study. Here you will find a wealth of bookshelves, space for a large desk and an additional woodburning stove. From the study is a door to what is currently used as a music room, but would make the perfect reception room for enjoying summer days & nights. Having double doors opening onto the patio and wonderful landscaped garden.

Take the stairs to the first floor and enter the principal bedroom suite. Having a large bedroom with window to front aspect and vaulted beamed ceiling, leading to a dressing room and shower room. The dressing room has double doors opening onto a Juliette balcony, providing wonderful views over the garden and countryside. This room is large enough to take a sofa bed, should you need the space for occasional guests.

In addition you will find a second bedroom (again a double) and the third bedroom is currently used as a study, being a smaller double bedroom, but with beamed wall and window to front aspect. In all this is a wonderful family home and I can genuinely recommend you make contact to arrange a viewing. You will not be disappointed!

Gardens

The picket fence to the front of the property abuts the manicured hedge, the rear garden is arranged in four sections. You have a large patio area which opens up onto a manicured lawn, then through the garden gate to the meadow garden, offering wild flowers such as, oxeye daises and poppies, heaven to the visiting honey bees and other wildlife. This garden is not only a sanctuary for wildlife, but also to rest and recuperate at the end of a busy day. The large and productive vegetable patch with green housing, and a polytunnel, and a large separately fenced area that previously housed chickens. There are ample log-stores and several brick outhouses.

Parking

There is parking for several cars and the prospect of a garage (built subject to planning).

Services

Water (Welsh Water)

Electricity

Drainage: septic tank

Kerosene fuel tank (1,100 litres)

Broadband: BT Broadband (fixed wire) and Airband (wireless/microwave link)

Council Tax: Herefordshire Council Band E

Location

Lingen is located in the Marches region on the border between England and Wales. Situated in the north west corner of the county it lies just over five miles from the Welsh border between the towns of Ludlow, 12 miles, Leominster, 11 miles and Presteigne, 5 miles. Lingen itself offers amenities to include The Royal George public house, a village hall, church and chapel, along with stunning countryside walks with splendid views. The cottage has the benefit of being in the catchment area for highly-rated local primary schools (Wigmore, Leintwardine, Shobdon, Kingsland, Pembridge and secondary school (Wigmore whose bus route comes through the village twice a day and collects in the centre of the village)

Directions

From Ludlow take the A49 towards Shrewsbury just past the Ludlow food centre turn left towards Leintwardine on the follow this road through the village of Leintwardine and take the first turning on the right towards Knighton and Bucknell, follow this road for approximately one mile and after the turning on the left towards Hereford i s a small turning marked Lingen take this turning and follow the road all the way to the village, the property will be found on the left directly after the pub the Royal George.

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.

01432 507160

Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

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