Pembridge is an attractive North Herefordshire village
with amenities to include Primary School, Village Shop, various Pub/Restaurant
Village Hall and a thriving local community. The market
towns of Leominster and Kington offer fuller facilities at about 7 miles equal
distant. The village itself
is an old community with many interesting half-timbered
properties. Glanarrow Cottages is thought to be in the region of 400 years old
and is Grade II Listed
with a jetted frontage and portrays many character
features within the 3-bedroomed accommodation, which has been sympathetically
updated and enjoys
an attractive garden area to the rear and a single
parking space nearby.
The whole is more particularly described as follows:-
The entrance door stands beneath the jetted frontage and
leads directly into a lovely open-plan
20'0" x 18'0" (6.10m x
Maximum overall measurements, narrowing in the dining
area to 16'9" (5.12m).
(Formerly 2 rooms). With an open timber-framed room
divider, lovely exposed feature beams and a magnificent inglenook fireplace in
stone with Oak lintel
and flagged hearth, Bread Oven feature and fitted
Woodburning Stove. There is feature stone and timbered walls, Oak boarded
flooring, radiators, ceiling
spotlights, wall lights, fitted power points and
television point. Step up to the
11'5" x 11'8" (3.48m x
With dual aspect windows and fitted with a range of units
to include an inset single drainer sink, built-in oven and hob with extractor
above, matching range
of base and wall cupboards. The Oil fired central heating
boiler is incorporated into the kitchen layout. There is ceiling spotlights,
radiator and fitted power
REAR UTILITY LOBBY
With recess for coats, space for washing machine and
fridge and a back door leading out.
Staircase from the kitchen area with open treads leads up
With lovely Oak boarded flooring. Off here is
11'8" x 9'5" (3.56m x 2.87m)
With dual aspect windows, AIRING CUPBOARD with insulated
cylinder, supplementary immersion and fitted shelving. There is a cast iron
radiator, ceiling light and power points.
With modern suite in white comprising panelled bath with
shower above, pedestal wash basin, low flush WC, towel rail radiator, ceiling
light and extractor.
ATTRACTIVE INNER LANDING AREA
Again with Oak boarded flooring, rear facing window,
exposed timbers and plaster/lathe feature. ACCESS TO ROOF SPACE, wall light,
radiator and power
12'9" x 9'10" (3.89m x
With front facing window, lovely exposed timbering, a
range of BUILT-IN WARDROBE CUPBOARDS, ceiling light, radiator and fitted power
BEDROOM 3 'L' SHAPED
12'4'" max. x 5'4" (3.76m
max. x 1.63m)
Broadening into a recess up to 9'10" (3.00m).
Having front facing window and exposed timbers. The
chimney breast of the inglenook passes through this room and has some feature
stone work. There is
a ceiling light, radiator and power points fitted.
Situated a little off the village centre in Bridge
Street, the property occupies an elevated position and comprises a
semi-detached, half-timbered cottage with
jetted feature to the frontage and steps leading up, an
ornamental hedge to the front, a cobbled path and gravelled area. The principal
garden area lies to
the rear, where there is a separate pedestrian access.
Immediately behind the house is a flagged PATIO AREA with ornamental wall and
BARBECUE. Steps lead up to a good size lawned garden with
some trees and shrubs. The oil tank is situated in this area. The property
enjoys a nearby
SINGLE PARKING SPACE.
Mains Electricity, Water & Drainage.
Oil fired central heating to radiators where listed.
Telephone (subject to British Telecom regulations).
Council Tax Band: D Amount Payable 2016/2017 £1638.81
The Herefordshire Council - 01432 260000