Kinsham, Presteigne, Herefordshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Character Property, Village Location, Countryside Views, Gardens, Outbuildings, Off-Road Parking, Two Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Lounge with Log Burner, Grade II Listed

Situation: 2, Old Rectory is a delightful character property which retains many original features including exposed beams. The property would benefit from modernisation and extension subject to the appropriate planning permission.

The accommodation on the ground floor comprises; a hallway, kitchen / breakfast room, study and a lounge with log burner.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom plus a landing area.

Outside the property benefits from various outbuildings including two stables and a garage plus off-road parking for several cars. The gardens are a good size with views of the surrounding countryside to the rear.

Please Note: The private drainage is shared with 1, Old Rectory and situated in the neighbouring field. An easement will be granted for the benefit of inspection, emptying and maintenance. The cost is split equally between 1, and 2, Old Rectory.

Please Note: An easement will be granted for the benefit of the owner of 1, Old Rectory Cottage to gain pedestrian access for all purposes from the council road across the front garden of 2, Old Rectory Cottage leading to a door on the North East corner of 1, Old Rectory Cottage.

Please Note: The Map has since been amended.

Please Note: The property does not have Oil Fired Central Heating as previously stated.

2, Old Rectory is nestled in wonderful Herefordshire countryside close to the border with Powys. Presteigne was voted, by readers of The Times, as one of the best places in the UK to live. Situated on the border of Wales and England, it is surrounded by beautiful scenery and provides local amenities including schools, local independent shops, pubs, cafés, church, cricket and bowling clubs.

Ludlow lies to the east, within easy reach, with a selection of independent and state schools, golf courses, National Hunt racing, high street shopping, bars and well known restaurants and an abundance of culture including regular food festivals and the internationally acclaimed Ludlow Food Festival.

Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking the county towns of Hereford to the south and Shrewsbury to the north connecting to the A5 / M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Nearby Bucknell is on the Heart of Wales line and Craven Arms and Ludlow are on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Directions: From the Mortimers Cross crossroads (A4110, B4362), head west on the B4362 towards Presteigne. After approximately 5.5 miles you enter the hamlet of Coombe. Take the turning right to Kinsham and Lingen. Continue along the lane through the village of Kinsham. 2 Old Rectory is on the right-hand side just before the village hall.

01584 707100

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