Detached home in a riverside setting with a superb landscaped garden on the banks of the River Wye.
An attractive home in a riverside setting on the banks of the River Wye. This lovely three bedroom property was built by the current owners in 2017 to a high specification and enjoys a beautiful, landscaped garden to the rear.
On the ground floor the reception hall features a bespoke oak staircase to the first floor, alongside a guest cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast/dining room, overlooking the garden, is well appointed with an excellent range of units, complemented by Corian worktops and integrated appliances. A peninsular unit separates the kitchen from the dining area and provides breakfast bar seating. Across the hall the sitting room also enjoys a garden aspect with a stone fireplace and door access on to the patio.
The bedroom accommodation is arranged on the first floor, with three bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom. The principal bedroom is of a good size with an excellent range of bespoke fitted wardrobes. The luxurious en suite bathroom, with a shower and freestanding bath, is cleverly designed to incorporate a laundry/utility area, with integrated appliances and storage.
Occupying a generous corner plot, the garden is a real highlight of Longmeadow. Beautifully landscaped the garden backs on to the River Wye, creating a secluded, inviting space with the river meandering through at the end of the garden. A patio and summer house nestles in the corner, providing an ideal spot for outside dining and to enjoy the garden. Enclosed with fencing and beech hedging, the garden is a delight, with areas of lawn, pathways and well stocked beds and borders, planted with a vast array of specimen plants and shrubs. Interspersed are a variety of trees including apple, pear, plum, magnolia and Japanese flowering cherry to name a few. To the front is a driveway with parking for two cars, and vehicular access into the garden at the side.
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Fantastic garden and a lovely setting on the river.Ben DommettProperty agent