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Quintessential cottage, idyllic location

Quintessential cottage, idyllic location

Chapel Cottage is a quintessential idyllic home, thanks to its age and location. Dating back to the 1800s it has an abundance of charm and character while all manner of surprises await inside, not least the light and airy feel.

Found in the sought after hamlet of Wyson, close to Brimfield, less than five miles from Ludlow and seven miles from Leominster, it has two county towns and the city of Hereford all within striking distance as are Birmingham and the West Midlands.

On the market with Balfours, partner Scott Kemsley comments: “Chapel Cottage has been passionately and sympathetically renovated by the current owner staying true to its origins without compromising modern lifestyle.”

The accommodation comprises of porch and entrance hall leaving to all rooms. The spacious main reception room has a Chesney wood-burner, feature beams and dual aspect glazing, including French doors to the terrace and garden.

To the opposite side of the hall is the kitchen, breakfast room with a second wood-burning stove, oak units, Belfast sink and granite worktops and integrated appliances. Stairs ascend from the kitchen to two charming bedrooms with semi-vaulted ceilings. A cloakroom, bathroom complete the configuration.

Currently two bedrooms with a generous and beautifully cared for garden, if it is the location and character that appeals, the cottage has the added advantage of lapsed planning permission for a further two bedrooms offering greater potential.

Externally the well-maintained cottage garden surrounds and frames the property, with herbaceous borders, mature trees, vegetable garden and lawn. There is off road parking for several cars, plus a stone garden store, greenhouse and log shed.  Balfours are marketing Chapel Cottage with a guide price of £475,000. For more information call 01584 707100.