Tudor Guest House, Broad Street, Weobley
£555,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A Grade II Listed guest house boasting an annexe and shop front situated within the highly desirable black and white village of Weobley. The property, which has parts dating back to 1530, bursts with original character features such as exposed timbers and has an enclosed, mature garden. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the property and all it has to offer.

Introduction

A Grade II Listed town house which has been ran as a guest house, with hairdressers and attached tenanted annexe. The property is situated within the popular black and white village of Weobley. The main house has accommodation comprising; entrance, inner hall, kitchen, dining room, living room, cloakroom, storage area, three double bedrooms each with en-suites to the first floor and two double bedrooms and bathroom to the second floor. The annexe has accommodation comprising; conservatory, kitchen, sitting room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The commercial property is currently being used as a hairdressers and has a kitchen and cloakroom. In addition the property boasts a substantial garden.

Main house

The main house is accessed via a side gate to the right of the hairdressers. There are two entrances, the first of which opens to the entrance hall which has a window to the side and space for furniture. To the right double doors open into the dining room where you are greeted into an impressive room which boasts exposed timbers and a vaulted ceiling. There are three windows to the garden and ample space for furniture. A door opens to the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with wall and base units with a ceramic sink, gas hob and electric eye level cooker. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. The breakfast area has space for a table and chairs and there is a door which opens onto the rear garden.

From the entrance hall, to the left, two steps rise to an inner hall. Here there is a solid door to the living room, the staircase to the first floor landing, cloak room and storage room. The living room has two sash windows to the garden, an original oak panelled wall and a stone fireplace which is inset with a woodburning stove. The cloakroom is fitted with a WC, basin and has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is ample space for storage in the inner hall and there is access to a storage room which houses the boiler as well as providing space for coats, shoes and necessities. There is access into the shop through a door.

The staircase rises to the first floor landing which has ample space for furniture provides access to the three bedrooms on this floor and the staircase to the second floor. Bedroom one is a double sized room with two sash windows to the front, built in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom which is fitted with a WC, basin and a bath. There is a useful linen cupboard. Bedroom two is a double with a window to the rear and benefits from built in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom which has a WC, basin and a bath. Bedroom three is a double with a window to the front, cupboard and an en-suite shower room which is fitted with a WC, basin and shower cubicle. These three bedrooms have been used for guests to stay.

The staircase rises to the second floor where there are two additional rooms which could be used as bedrooms. The first room is currently being used as a dressing area with space for wardrobes. The room is a double and has a dorma window to the front. A door opens to the bedroom which is a double and has a Velux window to the rear. The bathroom is fitted with a WC, basin and a bath.

Annexe

A door opens to the conservatory which has views over the garden and an internal door to the kitchen. This is fitted with wall and base units, has a Belfast sink and space for a cooker, washing machine and fridge freezer. A staircase rises to the first floor sitting room which has views over the garden and countryside beyond. There are two bedrooms, one of which is fitted with wardrobes. The bathroom has a WC, basin and a bath.

Commercial

The commercial property is currently being ran as a hairdressers. There are two bay windows overlooking the front of the property with the entrance door to the centre. There are numerous power points and electric heating. A door opens to the kitchen which houses the water tank. There is a sink with storage underneath. The cloakroom is fitted with a WC and basin. This is well maintained.

Garden

The garden has been lovingly tended over the years and boasts an array of colour. The gate opens into the fully enclosed garden. There is a path to the front door and decorative stone. The garden has various places to sit and relax surveying your hard work. A raised decked area provides a fabulous place to dine and entertain in the warmer months. There is a useful shed for storage. The garden opens to an area mainly laid to lawn with beds bursting with flowers, shrubs and plants. The bottom of the garden has a potting shed and vegetable bed ready to plant. There are trees and shrubs.

Services

Mains electricity, drainage and water are connected. Oil heating.

Herefordshire Council Tax Band D

Location

The renowned black and white village of Weobley is one of the most sought after and picturesque villages in Herefordshire. The village has a thriving village community and is especially popular with tourists and walkers in the summer months. Weobley has a wealth of local amenities including shops, butcher, doctors surgery and dispensary, dentist, restaurants and pubs and churches also benefitting from primary and secondary schooling. The village is located approximately 9 miles from the market town of Leominster and 12 miles from Hereford where a variety of additional shopping, recreational and educational facilities can be found.

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