, Longtown, Hereford - £525,000

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Located within a popular rural village, this spacious, four bedroom detached house with period features has off road parking, double garage and workshops and delightful gardens, enjoying countryside views.

Key Features

  • Detached Character Property
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Popular Rural Village
  • Countryside Views
  • Three Reception Rooms, Conservatory & Kitchen
  • Bathroom & Downstairs Shower Room
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Parking, Double Garage & Large Workshop
  • Oil Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • Freehold

Dating back to the 18th Century, this sizeable detached, stone-fronted house boasts an interesting history; it was a public house called the Black Lion until 1905 and in more recent years, the village petrol station and shop. Now a family home, the house benefits from period features such as fireplaces, a stone staircase, exposed beams and floorboards, as well as modern double glazing and oil central heating.

The property comprises of three reception rooms, a garden room/conservatory off the lounge and kitchen off the dining room. There are front and rear porches as well as a shower room and WC. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower.

Adjoining the house is a large workshop with a mezzanine level, a double garage, two smaller workshops/potting shed and a coal store. Outside, there is parking available. The front and rear gardens are well-tended with lawns, ornamental shrubs, fruit trees and flower borders. The private rear garden has a stone terrace area, which is a great place to unwind and enjoy the countryside views.

Plans have also been drawn-up by the current owners to alter the stairs and add a second bathroom on the first floor, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

A sought-after village in the rolling Herefordshire countryside, Longtown is approximately 10 miles from the busy market town of Abergavenny and 17 miles from the city of Hereford.

Located on the eastern edge of the Black Mountains, part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the area is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Longtown has a primary school, village shop/post office, pub and ruined castle, believed to date from 1180. The larger village of Ewyas Harold is less than five miles away and enjoys a wider range of amenities including a doctor’s surgery, primary school, butchers, fish and chip shop and several pubs.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.

Services: Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Please note we have not tested the appliances, central heating or services.

Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has broadband speeds of: Download 73.92 Mbps and Upload 18.24 Mbps.

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