Brimfield, Ludlow


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This spacious semi-detached character home is located in the central location in this popular and well serviced North Herefordshire village. Outside the property sits on a generous sized plot with excellent driveway parking and a large period outbuilding incorporating a studio which offers potential for a variety of uses subject to necessary consents. Accommodation full of charm and character benefits from oil fired heating to include Porch, Kitchen, Dining Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Living Room, Sitting Room, 2 First Floor Landings, 3 Double Bedrooms and large Bathroom. No onward chain. EPC F

Brimfield is a popular village sitting in North Herefordshire yet within close proximity of historic Ludlow and the popular towns of Leominster and Tenbury Wells. Village facilities are excellent and include Pub with Shop, Church and Village Hall, close by is the Brimfield and Little Hereford sports club and at Woofferton there is a further Public House, Garage, Sainsbury s to go, Greggs the Baker, Starbucks and a Travel Lodge.


with front door opening into


4.63m x 2.64m (15'2 x 8'7 )

Having timbered ceiling, windows to front and side. Fitted with a range of matching units that include base cupboards and drawers, heat resistant work surfaces and a stainless steel sink unit.

Dining Room

4.82m x 3.42m (15'9 x 11'2 )

Full of character with timbered and beamed ceiling, wall timbers and window to rear elevation

Utility Room

3.36m x 2.00m (11'0 x 6'6 )

Having small window to side with leaded glass, timbered ceiling, a range of base and wall cupboards, plumbing for washing machine and room for further appliances.


Having wc and wash hand basin in white

Sitting Room

4.64m x 4.17m (15'2 x 13'8 )

Full of character with timbered and beamed ceiling, dual aspect with windows to both front and rear elevations. There is a feature fireplace with open fire fitted, cupboards and shelves, small under stairs storage cupboard.

Living Room

4.97m x 2.95m (16'3 x 9'8 )

Having windows to both front and rear elevations, ceiling beam and feature fireplace with brick features.

First Floor Landing

Having window to frontage, timbered features and exposed floorboards

Bedroom 1

5.23m x 3.07m (17'1 x 10'0 )

Having dual aspect with windows to both front and rear, timbered features and pretty fireplace with wooden surround, basket grate and exposed floorboards.

Bedroom 2

4.20m x 4.00m (13'9 x 13'1 )

Has exposed floorboards, wall timbers, wardrobe cupboards to either side of the chimney breast again having a pretty fireplace and window to rear elevation.

Second Landing

With staircase dropping back down into the dining room

Bedroom 3

3.50m x 2.76m (11'5 x 9'0 )

Having exposed floorboards, window to frontage and pretty fireplace, door into

Useful Loft Area

2.92m x 2.82m (9'6 x 9'3 )

With window to side


4.45m x 1.83m (14'7 x 6'0 )

Having window to side, access to roof space, fitted with a suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath. Separate shower cubicle with Triton shower fitted. Large airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and extensive shelving.

Adjoining the house is a separate Boiler Room externally accessed housing the Trianco oil fired boiler which heats domestic hot water and radiators. Also housed in here is the oil tank, there is flag stone floor and window overlooking garden.


The property is approached onto a gravelled driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. At the bottom of the drive there is a large traditional timber framed out building, vaulted to the roof with an inspection pit, light and power fitted. Internally housed in the building is a useful studio art room etc with windows to garden and a doored staircase then leads to a First Floor Mezzanine area which provides excellent storage. This barn offers potential for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents. Gardens with the property are mature and a good size, they are in the main laid to lawn with a selection of mature trees and shrubs including some fruit trees. There is a paved seating area nearest the house and a smaller one adjacent to the barn. An ornamental fish pond and boundaries are donated by hedging and fencing. Sitting at the rear of the property there is a strip of lawn.


Mains electric and drainage. Private water supply. Oil fired heating

Telephone to b t telecom regulations.

Local Authority:

Herefordshire Council


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