WIGMORE, Wigmore Leominster, Herefordshire

£400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An outstanding Grade II Listed sixteenth Century, four/five bedroom family home set in the heart of the popular village of Wigmore between the market towns of Leominster and Ludlow. The property boasts three reception rooms, triple garage and further range of outbuildings and well established, good sized gardens. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer!

Introduction

This charming four/five bedroom family home is steeped in both history and character. Part of the property dates back to the sixteenth Century and throughout are examples of craftsman marked timbers plus interesting features such as stone inglenook Fireplaces, panelling and polished wooden floorboards. The rooms are generous in size and the layout ensures that this could make a dual family home or be suitable for B&B. There is oil heating and the property has a range of useful former stables now used as workshops and storage plus a triple bay garage and a good size rear garden and ample parking (including space for a campervan).

Property description

Under a jettied frontage is a traditional wooden entrance door leading into the reception hall. This was formally used as the post office for the village and enjoys dual windows, polished floorboards, exposed timbers and doors to the study and living room. This is a spacious and charming room set around the impressive inglenook fireplace with cast iron woodburner. A lovely bay window has a window seat under and a door leads to the large dining room featuring historic part panelled wall (thought to have originated from Wigmore Castle) and another stone inglenook fireplace. The study is a good size room linking the hall and utility with understairs storage and an internal window for light. The kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely light room with high ceilings and a large window to the rear. There is a good range of wall and base units, eye level oven, oil fired boiler and a four ring electric hob. There is room for a good sized table and chairs plus space and plumbing a dishwasher and a large window overlooking the rear. A large utility room adjoins with ample base units, plumbing for a washing machine, tiled flooring and a stable door to the garden. From the kitchen door into the rear hall gives access to the second set of stairs plus access to the bath and shower room. This room is fitted with a white suite comprising bath, shower cubicle and sink, plus a separate cloakroom. The main staircase leads to a spacious landing, giving access to a large bathroom where there is a three piece white suite with vaulted ceiling and velux window. Four bedrooms are large double rooms all with character features of exposed timbers and/or high or vaulted ceilings. The main bedroom has an adjoining dressing room with ensuite potential. There is also a large first floor family room with polished floor boards and access via the second staircase. Adjoining this room is a fifth single bedroom or study.

Gardens and parking

The parking, gardens and outbuildings are accessed via the double gates through the Coachway. The rear garden is deceptively large with a lawned area and has been lovingly designed and maintained by the current vendor. There are a range of mature trees, well stocked flower borders, pond with waterfall feature and raised vegetable bed. There is a very useful 9.4m x 5m timber frame store split into two sections.

Stables/workshop

With overall measurements of 14m x 4.8m and split into four main sections all with light.

Triple bay garage plus workshop

A triple bay garage with additional workshop area to one side with light and power and three up and over doors.

Location

The house is located in the well serviced village of Wigmore, which is sought after due to the reputable high school.

The village itself offers a range of amenities including a village shop, garage, church, sought after primary and secondary schooling plus a thriving community. The historic Wigmore Castle ruins and Wigmore rolls are popular with walkers and are only a short distance away. The bustling market towns of Leominster and Ludlow offering a further array of amenities are located within a short drive away.

Services

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Oil heating.

Council Tax Band E.

Agent's note

There is a right of access for an adjoining property. Please enquire for further information.

Directions

Exit Leominster, following signs A44 north west and onto the A4110 through the villages of Kingsland and Mortimers Cross. On entering Wigmore pass the school and village shop into the centre where the property can be found on the right before the junction to Ford Street.

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.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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