A spacious, modern, detached house situated close to the popular village of Gladestry in the beautiful undulating countryside of the Welsh Marches.
A perfect place for families or friends to relax in each other’s company, after a day exploring the popular countryside.
Reverse living accommodation, set over two floors, there are four comfortable bedrooms on the ground floor, the master with an en-suite, and a family bathroom.
Upstairs there is a well-equipped kitchen with small breakfast bar leading into a light, airy and spacious open plan sitting room with dining area and far reaching views across the village to the surrounding hillsides.
Outside, you can sit in the garden that wraps around the property, relax on the patio or in the luxurious hot tub where you can enjoy the late evening sun after a day’s exploring the local area.
Several valleys converge around the village, with Hergest Ridge, a steep hillside, that traverses the border between England and Wales.
You are surrounded by beautiful undulating countryside with the pretty market town of Kington just a few miles away.
Alternatively, why not take a trip to Hergest Croft Gardens or the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre.
The area is hugely popular with walkers, with various nature reserves and woodlands nearby, as well as Offa’s Dyke.
Passing through the village of Gladestry will take you through ever-changing and dynamic landscapes with fabulous little towns, all with their own personalities.
The area attracts numerous cyclists, as well as offering various activities such as horse riding, golf and visiting local gardens, as well as being a short drive from the Shropshire Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Slightly further afield, is the fabulous literary town of Hay-on-Wye, which is also popular for kayaking and canoeing and which acts as a gateway to the most northern point of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Why not take a trip to the popular market town of Leominster, one of the towns on Herefordshire’s Black and White Trail?
Llandrindod Wells, with its Victorian festival, Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Showground and associated events, and the Elan Valley Dams are all within easy reach.
An ideal property in an area peppered with popular villages, many with thriving Inns, close to the centre of walking Kington, and perfect for families and friends who want to be able relax in a spacious environment after spending the day in the renowned Welsh Marches and nearby Shropshire Hills.