Eardiston, Tenbury Wells

WR15 8JH 1 bedrooms Offers Over£170,000
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Description

Location:

Eardiston sits at the heart of the popular Teme Valley, situated between Great Witley and Tenbury Wells.
There is a good sense of community, the village hall has great facilities which offers classes such as art, pilates and a baby and toddler group. The village also offers a "country club" called ‘The Eardistion’ which has been taken up by younger people in the village with social events for the local school and other activities. There are plenty of footpaths and bridleways and of course the beautiful River Teme. Nearby is the market town of Tenbury Wells and the historic market town of Ludlow providing an excellent range of shops and restaurants whilst more extensive opportunities for shopping and leisure can be found within Kidderminster and Worcester.

The property is well placed for commuting to Worcester, Kidderminster and Birmingham.
Tenbury Wells (7 miles) Ludlow (16.5 miles) Worcester (17 miles) Kidderminster (14 miles), Birmingham (33 miles) All mileages are approximate. Kidderminster Train Station offers direct routes to Birmingham and London. The motorway network can be accessed via the M5 which is approximately 17 miles from the property.


Local primary schools include Lindridge St Lawrence CofE, Abberley Primary School and the 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated, Bayton CofE Primary School. Secondary Schools include The Lacon Childe School in Cleobury Mortimer and Tenbury High.
Independent schools include Abberley Hall School, approximately 3 miles from the property.



The Property:

Upon entering the property through the front door you are met by the warmth of the character throughout the home. The entrance hall leads into the surprisingly spacious kitchen with space for dining. Comprising a matching range of wall and base units with electric oven and gas hob, and stainless steel sink. A cupboard positioned under the stairs provides further storage space.

To the first floor is the dual aspect double bedroom with built in wardrobe space, accompanied by the bathroom comprising panelled bath with shower above, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

On the second floor is the beautiful lounge, with a multi fuel stove to one corner. There are two skylights, but the main feature is the wonderful high ceiling reminding you of the property’s hop kiln origin.

The property boasts off road parking for 3 vehicles.

To the side of the property is a block paved area, and to front of the property is a small lawned area with shrub borders. Beyond the drive is a woodland garden.



Tenure:

Freehold


Services:

Mains water, drainage and electricity is connected. LPG gas for central heating.



Important Note to Purchasers:

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Property Features

  • Converted Hop Kiln
  • One bedroom
  • One bathroom
  • One reception room
  • Off road parking
  • Woodland garden to the front
  • Village location
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

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