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A substantial four-bedroom home designed with modern family living in mind. Combining rural cottage style with contemporary open plan living.

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  • Ample off-road parking
  • Delightful rear garden
  • Village location
  • Part of an exclusive development
  • Home office/study
  • Utility room
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • 2 ensuite shower rooms
  • Master with Juliet balcony
Williams House is part of a select development of just eight bespoke homes, set in the orchard of Pear Tree Farm, a Grade II listed farmhouse in the Herefordshire village of Wigmore. On the edge of the village, this fabulous development is within walking distance of all the local amenities including two pubs, a shop, and schools. The surrounding landscape provides an idyllic backdrop for your new home which has been thoughtfully designed to be light and bright and to offer a feeling of space and flexibility.

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