Situation - Kingsland is one of the most sought-after North Herefordshire villages set amidst delightful rural countryside. The village has a thriving and friendly community and offers an excellent range of amenities including two well supported pubs/restaurants together with post office/shop, sought-after primary school, village hall with tennis courts and playing fields, Parish Church, and the Luctonians Sports Club on the fringe of the village. The market town of Leominster is only 4 miles distant, the Cathedral City of Herefords approximately 15 miles and Ludlow approximately 8 miles.
Description - Old Barn is a stunning example of a substantial brick barn conversion having been converted by the current owners to offer a balance of original character with the comfort of a modern family home. The original brick barn has a wealth of history but more recently was used as a theatre and cinema for the village community and has been lovingly converted in recent times.
Approached from the front elevation, a solid oak front door opens to an impressive reception area with marble tiled flooring and doors leading off to all the ground floor rooms which include a lovely guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further good-sized double bedrooms, a home office with double-glazed full length window to the front elevation that can also double up as a further bedroom, and a family games room. Also on the ground floor is an impressive family bathroom including freestanding rolled edge Victorian style bath and separate shower cubicle.
A staircase leads up to the galleried first-floor landing with doors then leading through to the most impressive and spacious family living room with vaulted ceiling and exposed ceiling joist and timbers, exposed original brick walling and solid oak flooring throughout, with woodburning stove set on a slate hearth. Also from the landing the first-floor accommodation opens out to a spacious family breakfast/dining area with full length double-glazed windows taking advantage of the views over the private gardens, this in turn opens out to the spacious family kitchen with attractive tiled flooring and a range of matching freestanding kitchen cupboards and units with wood work surfaces and stainless steel double bowl sink with mixer tap over. There is a Range style cooker with gas hob and gas oven, with an additional excellent large utility room with further cupboard storage and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. The property also benefits from a separate formal dining room off the kitchen, with vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and oak flooring. An additional snug area provides further comfortable seating for all informal times, with a cloakroom/shower room also on the first-floor.
A staircase then leads up to an additional galleried landing with personal access to the master suite. A stunning room, separate to the main accommodation, with vaulted ceiling and a wealth of exposed original ceiling timbers and brick walling, with a door through to a good sized en-suite bathroom with rolled edge bath to the centre of the room and his and her's double sink with an excellent range of fitted wardrobes.
Outside - The property benefits from a modern garage/workshop measuring 16'0" x 15'6" (4.88m x 4.73m) with double opening doors, well fitted with ceiling lighting and power, double-glazed window to the front elevation, personal door to the side and retractable ladder giving access to additional attic storage. To the side of the garage is a block-paved driveway providing additional parking with external lighting, with a further block-paved driveway directly to the front of the house. Steps then lead up to the large front garden which is laid principally to lawn with mature hedge boundary providing an area of privacy with some mature trees and plants. There is a useful log shed to the one side of the house, access on the other side leads around to the lawned rear garden with a pleasant patio seating area and mature shrubs and trees, with a timber shed to the corner.
Services - Mains Electricity, Gas & Water. Private Drainage.
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Council Tax - Herefordshire Council. Telephone 01432 260000 - Council Tax Band: G
Directions - Proceed West out of Leominster on the A44 bearing right on the outskirts onto the B4529 and proceed for just over a mile and a half, turn right signposted Kingsland on the B4360, continue along this road into the village, past the Village Green and Church on your left and the Corners Inn on your right in the centre of the village and the driveway for Old Barn can be found just along here on your right.
Viewings - Strictly by appointment. Please contact the agents on 01432 344779 before travelling to check viewing arrangements and availability.
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Based on a sale price of £725,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculator has been updated following the end of the stamp duty holiday on 1st October 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.