This Flemish-style Georgian townhouse has been turning heads for nearly 200 years. Described as a ‘desirable and genteel residence’ by local press at the time of its construction in 1827, it’s fresh from a complete interior renovation that blends old and new.
The Herefordshire property is located in the market town of Ledbury on the edge of the picturesque Malvern Hills and spans four storeys. Its handsome red-brick facade nods to the town’s boom during the early 19th century, with large windows and exaggerated keystones.
Inside, the layout has been tweaked for modern needs: the kitchen and dining room have been combined, and internal glass doors help with light flow across the ground floor.
Inigo is listing the Ledbury home for £680,000, and it has a wealth of original features, especially in the living room, where there are high ceilings, wood-panelled walls and a period fireplace. A yew staircase connects each level of the home, with three bedrooms on the middle floors and a home studio set in the eaves of the house.