Summary of Features
Beautifully presented late 1800s end-of-terrace period house (1643 ft²)
Converted attic room with double bedroom and en-suite shower room
Further double bedroom, single bedroom and family bathroom
2 reception rooms, kitchen, larder and cellar
Attractive garden extending to 120 feet
Mileages: Hereford 14 miles, Worcester & Gloucester 16 miles, Cheltenham 25 miles, Birmingham 55 miles & Bristol 65 miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 5 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 17 miles
Railway: Ledbury, Malvern & Gloucester
Airport: Birmingham & Bristol
1 Newbury Terrace is in a sought-after location, only a short walk to the town centre, the railway station and a bus-stop. The property is situated at the end of a no-through road and backs onto the old railway line which provides a peaceful setting. The attractive market town of Ledbury is characterised by many fine historic buildings and is renowned for its high quality of life; including being surrounded by scenic open countryside. Ledbury is situated east of Hereford, south-west of the Malvern Hills and the town benefits from excellent road and rail communication links to London (Paddington) and Birmingham (New Street).
1 Newbury Terrace
Built in the late 1800s and thought to be one of the houses built for the railway workers, 1 Newbury Terrace offers a wealth of character and period features.
The property is arranged over four floors offering versatile accommodation and currently provides 4 bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen.
Internally the house retains many of its original features with cast-iron fireplaces, deep skirting boards and traditional large sash windows creating light and airy rooms.
2 reception rooms (the front reception room is currently used as a bedroom and can be easily reverted to a second reception room).
The light and airy top floor provides a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and dressing area.
On the first floor there is a spacious double bedroom to the front of the property, a single bedroom and family bathroom.
A light and bright character kitchen/dining room is on the lower ground floor complemented by a Clearview wood-burning stove and tiled floor with a door to the patio area and back garden. A useful larder is also to the rear of the kitchen plus access to the cellar (which has restricted head height).
To the front of the property is a small fore garden accessed via a wrought iron gate with traditional brick wall.
A cottage-style garden extends approximately 120 feet to the rear of the property and captures the sun throughout the day.
The original outside W.C. is currently used as a woodshed.
Attractive patio area is easily accessible from the kitchen.
A brick path meanders through the garden with herbaceous borders planted with a range of perennial flowers. At the end of the garden is a wild flower and vegetable patch with a gateway to the old railway line.
Two sheds provide storage for garden equipment.
Mains electricity, water & drainage, gas fired central heating.
Available and connected.
'C' (£1,629.40 2018/19)
Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.
This property is not listed.
Ledbury, Bosbury, Eastnor & Colwall. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Ledbury. For further information, please visit the above websites.
Colwall, Malvern, Hereford, Worcester, Cheltenham & Gloucester all have outstanding independent schools. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk
Ledbury has a thriving market town with black & white buildings and the famous Market House. The town has a very active community complemented by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shops, schools, churches, restaurants & cafes, theatre, doctors' surgeries, and a community hospital. The town has two museums and the beautiful Painted Room; one of the best examples of Elizabethan wall paintings discovered.
The surrounding area offers a wide range of outdoor sports and activities with the Malvern Hills and the Wye Valley is within easy access. The town has an active Market Theatre with a range of performances and files. Ledbury also hosts an annual Poetry Festival, one of the largest in the country. The Three Counties Showground at Malvern hosts a wide variety of year-round events; from national garden shows, concerts and many rural events. Eastnor Castle on the outskirts of Ledbury, also offers a wide range of events and shows annually.
There is pedestrian right of access over the rear of the neighbour's property via an alley way to the road.
Postcode: HR8 1AY
From the Grant & Co. offices, drive up New Street to the traffic lights and turn left. Follow the road through the high-street and straight over at the lights at Tesco. Take the 1st left into Newbury Road and drive to the end, where 1 Newbury Terrace can be found.
From the M50 (jct 2)
take the A417 towards Ledbury. At the first roundabout, on the outskirts of Ledbury, take the road to the town centre, and straight ahead at the 'Top Cross'. Follow the road through the high-street as per the instructions above.
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