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Waterloo Lodge, Orleton Common, Orleton, Ludlow, Herefordshire, SY8

6 bedroom detached house for sale

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A unique family home, nestled in the shropshire countryside. Coming to the market with 6 bedrooms including annexe accommodation, spacious living areas and approximately an acre of grounds with garden, paddock and woodland.

Idyllic, peaceful location
Spacious accommodation
Four bedroomed house
Additional two bedroomed annexe - currently a very Successful holiday let but with multiple possible uses
Approximately an acre of varied garden including small paddock and woodland

This property must be viewed to appreciate the beauty of its peaceful and secluded location, which gives it great privacy.

Waterloo Lodge is a wonderful family home, set in approximately an acre plot, with grounds including garden, paddock and woodland. The home is set in a tranquil and secluded spot, surrounded by wildlife and the beautiful North Herefordshire countryside. This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase a special home which offers fantastic rural living while only being a short distance from amenities. Additionally with a separate annexe accommodation

The main house comprises four bedrooms, large downstairs living areas and ample parking. Also benefitting from a separate two bedroom annexe, which currently provides an income as it is used as a popular holiday let, but could also be used for multigenerational living.

It is within a five minute drive of the popular village of Orleton with its shop, Post Office, doctors surgery, primary school, churches, pubs and village hall with many activities. It also stands within a fifteen minute drive of the beautiful town of Ludlow, whose castle, festivals, a very active Assembly Room, markets and independent shops as well as supermarkets, high school and train station ensure an active and vibrant community

Stepping into Waterloo Lodge's spacious entrance hall, a flexible space with secondary door into the garden and further storage space. The hallway comprises of delightful wooden flooring which flows through to the kitchen and dining room. Moving along the entrace hall, there is an entrance to the right taking you into the study. This room serves well as an office which the vendors currently use to work from home, however this could also be used as a seperate suite providing another bedroom with bathroom next door. The bathroom comprises of a walk in shower, bathtub, W/C and hand wash basin.

Back into the hallway and through into the kitchen with a range of modern wall and base units providing ample storage space, as well as a number of floor to ceiling cupboards. There are wooden worktops and space for a free standing oven with hob above, overhead extractor fan, as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen also offers plenty of space for a table and chairs.

Walking through the kitchen into the dining room, there is space here for a large table and chairs. There is plenty of natural light entering this room from the windows to the frontage, Velux window above and double doors to the side elevation leading out to the garden.

The living accommodation is an open space combining three sections which include the play room, sitting room and garden room, with carpeted floor throughout. The play room has a large window with window seat below. Here there are views out into the woodland providing a quiet space to sit and watch the birds.

The sitting room comprises of a large space which is centred around a fireplace, with woodburner in situ and wooden beam above. The final section of this room is the garden room, with large windows looking out into the garden. This overall space is versatile and could be used for mulitple purposes. Off the hallway is a second set of stairs rise to the first floor.

From these stairs you access the three bedrooms and family bathroom and single bedroom. There are two good sized doubles and single bedroom all of which enjoy looking out over different aspects. The bedrooms and upstairs hall way have all been carpeted. The family bathroom has been fitted with a bath with shower over, WC and hand wash basin.

The principle bedroom is accessed via a separate staircase from the entrance hallway, ensuring privacy. This vast room benefits from its own en-suite, two built in warbdrobes and two storage cupboards into the eaves.

The annexe can be found next door to the property but is completely separate with its own entrance accessed from the main driveway. The accommodation comprises two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the ground floor, one of which is an en-suite with the other being directly opposide the second bedroom. Both bedrooms are doubles, with one being big enough to have an additional single bed in. Bothbathrooms consist of walk in shower, WC and hand wash basin.

Moving upstairs there is an open plan living area including living room and kitchen/dining room, which has been well-fitted with kitchen units including a washing machine,tumble dryer, dishwasher and oven with hob above. Additionally with a dining table and chairs. From the kitchen there is an entrance out onto a balcony that overlooks the woodland and garden area with views of the valley.

Approaching the property from the drive you will be greeted by parking for multiple vehicles. Here the good size plot surrounds the property, with the majority of the ground to the frontage enjoying a south facing aspect. There is also a woodland area extending to the side of the property where the vendors have carefully created a walkway up through the woods with firepits and tree castle located along the walk. In front of the house is a paddock area which offers the opportunity for small livestock.

TENURE: Freehold
SERVICES: Mains Electric, Solar PV Panels (Home generation solar, installed capacity 3.9, feed in tariff provider Good Energy) Water via Borehole, Septic Tank Drainage. Gas Central Heating (LPG gas tank leased from Flogas). Broadband Connection: ADSL Copper-based phone landline, FFTC - Fibre-optic cable to the cabinet, then to the property, Mobile - Via 4G network to provide internet to the property
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Herefordshire County Council Tax Band D

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At the junction of the B4362 and B4361 near Orleton, turn into the lane signposted to Orleton Common/Goggin. Follow the Orleton Common/Goggin lane for one mile. Ignore the first right turn signposted to Richards Castle/Goggin (this is where sat-navs may want to take you). You want the next right turn signposted to Waterloo/No Through Road. Waterloo Lodge is the second property on the left about 400 metres along the lane.

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