AN "EXTRAORDINARY" listed house has been put on the market in a Herefordshire town.

Number 10 Ledbury Park is being marketed by agents John Goodwin for a guide price of £825,000 (leasehold).

The agents said the sale offers buyers "a rare opportunity to purchase a most extraordinary listed town house" in a "much sought-after" development.

The stunning house, which has a wealth of character features, is understood to date back to the 16th century, with extensive Arts and Crafts influenced renovations taking place in the 1800s.


"The house boasts a wealth of period features, which highlight the craftsmanship of its era including extensive oak panelling to the walls, an impressive staircase, exposed ceiling beams, solid oak doors, exposed floorboards and deep skirting boards," the agents said.

Accommodation includes an "impressive" dining hall with a lantern-style roof light and oak panelling, a large drawing room with picture window and ornate marble fireplace, large dining kitchen with bespoke units and Belfast sink, sweeping staircase, and galleried landing.

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Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, one with en-suite, a family bathroom, and separate toilet.

Outside is a private courtyard garden, while the home also benefits from the use of communal gardens, and two allocated parking spaces.

The property is leasehold, with a 999-year lease granted in 1999, with the leaseholder responsible for a ground rent of £50 per annum and an annual service charge, which is approximately £9,000 in 2023, the agents said.