Shobdon, Leominster


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A charming and extremely well presented detached bungalow set in well serviced village, offering flexible 3 bed accommodation with the most delightful and spacious feature gardens.


The bungalow is situated in the heart of the North Herefordshire village of Shobdon. The village itself, surrounded by lovely rural Herefordshire countryside, offers a good range of village amenities to include a village stores/post office providing an excellent range of everyday requirements, The Bateman Arms Pub, primary school, Church and thriving local community. The neighbouring village of Kingsland has a doctor's surgery, with the market town of Leominster also close to hand for a more comprehensive range of facilities, including train station.


Beech Bank is a delightful and well presented, light and airy bungalow which has benefited from a number of improvements by the current owners. The property includes in brief: a pathway from the driveway to the UPVC double-glazed front door which opens to an enclosed reception, which in turn leads through to a spacious reception area with doors leading off to the family living room which benefits from double-glazed, double opening doors opening to the feature south-facing gardens to the rear. This is a lovely and light room with matching wall lights, and forming a central feature is the recessed fireplace with inset woodburning stove set on a quarry tiled hearth.

The kitchen/breakfast room offers a comprehensive range of matching kitchen units to include both base and wall cupboards with rolled edge work surfaces to the base units with tiled splashback and inset one and half bowl sink unit. There is planned space for an electric cooker (free standing cooker included in sale) and further recess and plumbing for a dishwasher. There are ample power points, ceiling lighting, space for a breakfast table, a double-glazed window to the front elevation and a further double-glazed door giving access to the side elevation where there is a covered porch. The bungalow benefits from a separate utility room which provides space and plumbing for a washing machine and further utility space with rolled edge work surfaces over with cupboard fitted below and inset stainless steel sink unit, a double-glazed window to the front elevation and ceiling lighting fitted (This room was formerly the bathroom and could be reverted back if so required)

Also leading off the inner reception area are the three bedrooms. The master bedroom, a good double size bedroom with double-glazed window overlooking the gardens to the rear and a door leading off to the shower room which comprises a small dressing area with fitted double cupboard/wardrobe and a suite to include an enclosed corner shower cubicle with fully tiled surround and mains shower over, low flush w.c. and pedestal hand wash basin with opaque double-glazed window to the rear. The second bedroom, again with space to accommodate a double bed with double-glazed window to the front elevation and door leading to a linen room with double-glazed window to the front elevation and housing the oil-fired central heating boiler. Bedroom 3, currently used as a dining room, has double-glazed window overlooking the gardens to the rear. Also, the property benefits from a separate cloakroom/w.c.

Outside, the property is set in a generous plot and approached via its own gravelled driveway which provides ample off-road parking and turning area with a good sized front garden with mature beech hedge along the frontage. There is a single garage to the side with double opening wooden doors, power and lighting and glazed personal door out to the gardens to the rear measuring 17'6 x 8'2 (5.34m x 2.49m). The enclosed gardens to the rear form a real feature to the property and benefit from a southerly aspect backing onto open farmland. The gardens have been attractively landscaped providing a number of individual areas with a raised flagged patio and decking area along the back of the property providing a delightful seating area. There is a floral and vegetable garden with greenhouse and raised beds, and a separate more formal lawned garden with a number of mature shrubs and trees, with a further decked area to the rear of the garden overlooking the farmland.


Mains Water and Electric. Private Drainage situated within the garden.

Oil-fired central heating.


Council Tax Band: D


Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000.


Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson Property. Tel. 01568 610600.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01568 368014

Jackson Property - Leominster

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