Luston, Leominster


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This delightful Grade II listed 3 Double Bedroom Detached character home has been lovingly restored over the last 17 years by the current owner to provide an extremely well presented and comfortable home. Outside the property benefits from delightful gardens, large Cider Barn (currently used a Garage for 2 vehicles) and driveway parking. Accommodation which is full of charm and character briefly includes: Reception Porch, Reception Hall, magnificent panelled Drawing Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen, Rear Hallway, Cloakroom, First Floor Landing with 3 Double Bedrooms and Bathroom, Cellar which includes a Sauna and Gym. EPC not required

Front door opens into

Enclosed Porch

with windows to side

Reception Hall

full of character with exposed stonework, under stairs storage cupboard, exposed timbering and an oak floor

Magnificent fully panelled Drawing Room

with windows to front and side elevations, feature inglenook fireplace with exposed stone features, Clear View wood burning stove sat on a brick hearth and 2 ceiling timbers


with window to frontage, full of character with timbered features

Dining Room

With oak floor matching that of the reception hallway, window to side, exposed stone work, ceiling beam, large inglenook fireplace with heavy beam over and a Swedish Multi-fuel stove which can also be used as an open fire. Door into Pantry Cupboard with extensive shelving and steps down into


currently used as a gym with flagstone floor, small window to side and door to front elevation. The room is fitted with a sauna which is included in the sale


With window to rear elevations, exposed stonework, slate flooor and is fitted with a range of matching units with heat resistant work surfaces, 1 bowl sink unit, 4-ring gas hob with extractor positioned above, adjacent is an electric Bosch double oven, integrated dishwasher and room for fridge freezer. Also housed in the kitchen is the Worcester Greenstar oil fired boiler which heats domestic hot water and radiators

Rear Hallway

with door to side elevation and staircase to first floor


with window to side, wash hand basin and wc both in white

Doored staircase leading to

First Floor Landing

with oak flooring, full of character with ceiling timbers, wall timbers, 2 windows to front side elevation and a doored staircase up into the loft which provides excellent boarded storage

Bedroom 2

full of character with complete wall timbering, ceiling beams, exposed floorboards, window to frontage and doorway to useful Dressing Area which connects to the second part of the upstairs having a separate staircase

Bedroom 3

with window to frontage, exposed floorboards, full timbering to walls and ceiling timbers


exceptionally good size with window to side, part timbered floor, part tiled floor, exposed timber features, suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin, free standing scroll edge bath with taps inset to the wall and a good sized corner shower cubicle

Second staircase rising from the rear hallway to

Spacious Master Bedroom

having vaulted ceiling with exposed timbered features, window to rear elevation taking in a lovely view over the property's attractive gardens, farmland and Berrington Hall in the distance. There is also a good sized Dressing Area with hanging rails and interconnects back to Bedroom 2


The property sits right in the centre of the village and is accessed off the road onto a tarmacadam driveway which provides parking for 3 vehicles. Adjacent to the driveway there is the original Cider Barn having a cobbled floor and you can actually see where the cider wheel would have sat. This is a super high space with a mezzanine storage area, light and power fitted and an electrically operated door. Off the driveway steps then lead up to the property's front door and in turn through to the rear. The rear garden is a beautiful feature of the house which has been fully landscaped by the current owners, with several brick meandering pathways with well-established and deep borders.

Directly nearest the house there is a gardeners toilet with basin, good sized Summer House / Outside Office having light and power fitted, veranda to frontage with decking overlooking an attractive ornamental pond. Adjacent is a paved seating area with pergola and grapevine over, meandering pathways then continue to the larger section of the pond, lawned areas, topiary, selection of fruit trees that include: apple, plum and cherry, further stone edged borders, composting section and a soft fruit section which is caged with a secondary covered seating area which takes the last bit of the sun at the end of the day. There is high board fencing to side and rear elevations aiding privacy.


Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators, telephone to BT regulations. Due to the listing windows are a selection of double glazed and single glazed units and some secondary glazing.

Agents Note:

The property is Grade II listed

Local Authority:

Herefordshire Council

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