Wharton Bank, Leominster


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Charming detached stone barn conversion, forming part of exclusive development, offering flexible 3/4 bedroomed accommodation with pleasant gardens, parking for 3/4 cars and nearby PADDOCKS extending to approx. 1.5 ACRES.


Wharton Bank is a small hamlet situated approximately 2 miles south of the market town of Leominster. The town itself offers a comprehensive range of traditional High Street shops, together with a number of supermarkets, both doctor and dental surgeries, primary and secondary schools, leisure facilities to include swimming pool and excellent transport links to include both bus and railway station. The larger Cathedral City of Hereford is located approximately 10 miles to the south where a more comprehensive range of facilities can be found.


This charming detached stone property has been converted to offer pleasant accommodation set over two floors. The wrought-iron railed path leads to the solid oak front door with double-glazed upper section opening to the reception hallway with useful understairs storage cupboard. Doors lead off to the open-plan living/dining room, being 'L' shaped, with double-glazed oak windows to both front and rear elevations, and a further oak door giving access to the patio and gardens to the side. There is laminate oak grained flooring throughout and a doorway leading through to the kitchen. The kitchen offers a range of matching modern units to include both base and wall cupboards with rolled edge work surfaces and one and half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. There is a built-in electric oven and 4-ring hob with extractor hood over, integrated fridge-freezer, slimline dishwasher and planned space for a washing machine. There is ceiling and under wall unit lighting and oak framed double-glazed window to the front elevation.

Further doors lead off from the reception hallway to a sitting room/4th bedroom which features a solid wood stove set on a raised flagged hearth with oak framed double-glazed window overlooking the gardens to the rear. Bedroom 1. also leads off the reception hallway and has an oak framed double-glazed window to the front elevation and comfortably accommodates a double bed. Also on the ground floor is the bathroom which comprises a suite of panelled bath with tiled surround and mains shower over, pedestal hand wash basin and low flush w.c. and oak framed window to the rear.

The first floor accommodation is accessed from a staircase from the reception hallway leading up to a spacious landing area with Velux roof light, power points, ceiling lighting and ample space for a desk or study area. Off the landing is an airing cupboard/boiler room housing the Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler. Further doors lead off to bedroom 2 with Velux roof light and a further double-glazed oak framed window to the end gable, access to under eaves cupboards and ceiling lighting. Bedroom 3 has a Velux roof light to the rear roof slope, and again additional under eaves storage and ceiling lighting. Also on the first floor is a shower room with enclosed shower cubicle and fully tiled surround and mains shower over, low flush w.c. and pedestal hand wash basin.

Outside, the property forms part of an attractive conversion of a period farmhouse and barns, in a slightly elevated position. The detached property fronts onto a communal courtyard area with a pathway with wrought-iron railings leading up to the front door.

The property enjoys a parking space to the side for 3/4 cars with further access around to the rear where there is an elevated patio area providing a pleasant outside seating space. From here there are steps leading down to the predominantly lawned gardens with some mature shrubs and trees. The patio continues around to the side of the property where there is a further garden area and access door to the living room.

The property also benefits from nearby paddocks which are located to the side of the main access driveway to the development and comprises two railed paddocks which extend to approx. 1.5 acres (to be verified) and including a small field shelter.


Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage.

Oil-fired central heating.

Telephone (Subject to B.T. Regulations).


Council Tax Band: D


Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000


There is a Residents Management Company that is set up to run the communal areas with a monthly contribution for this property of £22.50.


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

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01568 368014

Jackson Property - Leominster

3 Broad Street, Leominster, Herefordshire

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