- Village location
- Character barn conversion
- Delightful courtyard garden
- Off road parking and views
- NO CHAIN
- EPC E52
Boasting a balance of character features with flagstone flooring, wooden beams, exposed brickwork and thumb latch doors, accompanied with contemporary modern touches throughout. Entrance into a spacious Hallway doors off to a beautifully presented Bedroom with front aspect windows and access to the loft area, from here a further door leads into a Storage Room housing the boiler and hot water system, again from Hallway door off to Shower Room with built in storage. Extending into an inner Hallway leads through to a Kitchen with a side aspect window. The Kitchen benefits from granite worktops, double stainless steel sink, cupboards and drawers, built in electric oven and microwave, 'Range' style cooker with extractor hood and plumbing for a washing machine.
Stone step leads down to the Dining Room with a feature stone fireplace surround, parquet flooring and windows to front and side elevation. Continuing off the Hallway is a bedroom with French doors opening out onto the flagstone court yard.
A third bedroom is nestled at the end of the Hallway located next to a attractive Bathroom housing a stand alone roll top bath.
Further flag stone staircase leads to first floor landing with spacious vaulted ceilings, and onto spacious Living/Drawing Room with large feature inglenook fireplace and inset wood burning stove, This room has a real wow factor with its vaulted ceiling and extensive exposed timbers, slit windows and oak floor.
The landing further leads off to a Family Bathroom with two obscured windows to the front elevation with a stand alone bath and steps to a separate shower.
The Bedroom leading off the Landing benefits from both front and rear aspect windows and access to an attic room.
The property lends to a low maintenance court yard garden with patio and paving, mature flower/shrub borders to roadside, with driveway for two large vehicles.
Linton is a small village in Herefordshire, approximately 5 kilometres (3 miles) east of Ross-on-Wye.
With St. Marys Church dating from the 13th century, holding regular services and the church itself has several ancient yew trees in the churchyard. Regular community and charity fund-raising activities take place in the Village Hall weekly, Linton Womens Institute meet each month. The village pub the Alma Inn hosts The Linton Festival, a charitable annual event providing a range of local and more exotic ales and music.
Mains electric, water, private drainage system, oil fired central heating
Herefordshire District Council - Tax Band F
Leave Newent via the B4221 (Ross-on-Wye) proceed through Kilcot and Gorsley. Immediately after junction 3 (M50) take the next turning signposted Linton. Continue on this lane for approximately ½ mile where the property is located on the left hand side, opposite the triangle at the next junction.
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Floorplans have been prepared for identification purposes only, they are not to scale and no guarantee can be given as to their accuracy.
Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.