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4 Bedroom House For Sale In Prothither Farm, Hoarwithy, Hr2
4 bedroom house for sale in Prothither Farm, Hoarwithy, HR2 17 15000Fox Grant, Salisburyrightmove
For Rent -Traditional Farmhouse with Equestrian Facilities

Situation
Ross-on-Wye 8 miles, Hereford 9 Miles, Monmouth 14 miles, Ledbury 14 miles, Cheltenham 40 miles, Bristol 60 miles, Birmingham 75 miles.

Local, Sporting & Recreational
Hoarwithy is a small village situated in the South of Herefordshire which offers Shop, Public House and Church with a primary school at Little Dewchurch (2.5 miles). Hereford provides a broad range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities.

The region is renowned for its strong equestrian industry and the property benefits from good out riding. Hartpury College (21 miles), Kings Equestrian Centre (22 miles), and David Broome Centre (31 miles) all play host to a series of year round competitions. Cross-country courses are at Lincombe and Sapey. Racing at
Cheltenham, Chepstow, Hereford, Ludlow and Worcester. Localhunts include Ledbury Hunt, Monmouthshire Hunt and Ross Harriers Hunt.

Prothither Farm
Prothither Farm is a 17th century detached farmhouse located on a very quiet lane that runs down to the River Wye valley. It offers spacious family living with views over open countryside. Available with up to approximately 53 acres of ground in well fenced fields, the property benefits from equestrian facilities with stabling and pasture, suitable for equine, making it an ideal property for anybody wishing to enjoy a rural equestrian family life, on a farm that used to be home to a Grand National winner when the trainer & jockey Michael Scudamore lived there. It would also suit a professional eventer/trainer looking to run their own yard.

Prothither Farm is set in landscaped gardens and grounds which are mainly laid to lawn. To the side of the house is the main gated entrance leading into a courtyard with stone barn with the 2 flats on the upper floor both with their own separate entrance. There is a carport for 2 vehicles plus garage and 4 loose boxes. The main stable yard, with entrance to Flat 2, tack room and 9 stables, to the far side is a secondary gated entrance with barns either side. To the rear of the stable yard four further stables and covered yard consisting of two gated pens, making the area ideal for youngstock. Horse shower. To the far side is covered implement area and further
small boxes. The 40 x 25m arena was resurfacedwith Martin Collins fibre last year and is post and railed fenced, with floodlights.

Rental Options
Prothither Farm is available to rent as a whole or in 2 Lots:
Lot 1: Farmhouse, 3 bed flat, car ports, 4 stables & 5 acres. ** The landlord is happy for the tenant to do holiday lets from the flat (this could be run to offer horse accommodation as well)
Lot 2: Equestrian Yard with 2 bed flat, 13 stables, arena and 20 acres.
Further land is negotiable.

Agents Notes
Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. Fox Grant and their clients give notice that: 1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and OS plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Services have not been tested. Purchasers
must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

Local Authority
Local Authority Herefordshire Council. Tel:

Council Tax
House Band `F`, Flats Band `B`

Services
Mains electricity supplemented by Solar Panel System, private treated water supply with septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating. BT landlines connected. Fibre broadband is available at 15Mb download speed.

Fixtures & Fittings
Unless mentioned specifically by separate negotiation. The properties are let unfurnished but with carpets and curtains.

Viewings
Strictly by appointment or email .

Directions
From Ross on Wye Go up the A49 towards Hereford; after 0.4 miles, turn right, sign-posted Hoarwithy. Follow this road until you reach the
village (4 miles) where there is the New Harp Inn on the right; turn left opposite the pub car park & immediately take the right fork. The farm is on the left after 0.8 miles; pull in through the double timber gates at the end of the stone wall.
From Hereford Proceed out on the A49 Ross-on-Wye Road. After passing through Much Birch take first left into Laskett Lane signposted
Hoarwithy. Proceed along this road for 0.9 mile and take second left. Proceed along this road for a further 0.6 mile and Prothither Farm will be located on the right hand side.

Postcode
HR2 6QJ

Directions
From Ross on Wye
Go up the A49 towards Hereford; after 0.4 miles, turn right, sign-posted Hoarwithy. Follow this road until you reach the village (4 miles) where there is the New Harp Inn on the right; turn left opposite the pub car park & immediately take the right fork. The farm is on the left after 0.8 miles; pull in through the double timber gates at the end of the stone wall.

From Hereford
Proceed out on the A49 Ross-on-Wye Road. After passing through Much Birch take first left into Laskett Lane signposted Hoarwithy. Proceed along this road for 0.9 mile and take second left. Proceed along this road for a further 0.6 mile and Prothither Farm will be located on the right hand side.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Hoarwithy, Hereford, Hr2
3 bedroom detached house for sale in Hoarwithy, Hereford, HR2 25 1425000Richard Butler & Associates, Ross-On-Wyerightmove
A picturesque three bedroom detached country cottage, situated in an idyllic elevated rural location with breathtaking views over the nearby River Wye and stunning rolling South Herefordshire countryside. Located on the fringes of the sought after village of Hoarwithy.

The property is situated in a slightly elevated location with spectacular views over the River Wye and surrounding countryside. Located on the fringes of the pretty village of Hoarwithy renowned for its distinctive church with Italianate Romanesque bell tower. Within the village there is a public house and miles of country and riverside walks.

Hoarwithy lies approximately five miles north of the market town of Ross-on-Wye and approximately nine miles south of Hereford city. Both have an excellent range of shopping, sporting and social facilities.

The property is entered via:
Part glazed French doors lead into:

Entrance Porch:
Single glazed windows to both sides, light. Door into:

Living Room: 14'7" x 10'6" (4.45m x 3.2m)
With secondary double glazed widow to front aspect with spectacular views to the River Wye, surrounding countryside stretching to Kings Caple Church in the distance. Tiled sill, radiator, power points. Fireplace with wood burning stove on a quarry tiled hearth. Exposed ceiling beams, power points.

Dining Room: 11'3" x 10'5" (3.43m x 3.18m)
Accessed via pine ledge and brace cottage door. Again, with secondary double glazed window to front aspect with stunning views to the close by River Wye and far distant views across rolling countryside. Quarry tiled sill, radiator, power points, exposed ceiling beams. Cottage door leading through to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 12' x 11' (3.66m x 3.35m)
Oil fired Alpha cooking range which also supplies hot water and central heating. Range of Oak fronted matching base and wall cupboards with tiled worktops, part tiled surrounds, inset double Belfast sink with mono block mixer. Tall larder unit. Secondary double glazed window to front aspect again with fabulous views to the river. Ample power points, inset ceiling spotlights. Ledge and brace cottage door into:

Utility Area: 8'2" x 6'10" (2.5m x 2.08m)
With plumbing for washing machine, power points. Range of wall mounted pine fronted wall cupboards. Stainless steel single drainer sink unit with pine double cupboard beneath. Part glazed door leads out to covered storage area. Door into storage cupboard with shelving and light. Cottage door to:

Cloakroom:
Comprising low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Chromium heated towel radiator. Coat hanging facility. Extractor fan.

From the dining room, squared arch leads to:
Rear Hall: 11' x 7' (3.35m x 2.13m)
With radiator, pine staircase leading to:

First Floor Landing:
With two velux windows flooding the area with natural light. Range of pine shelved storage cupboards. Airing cupboard housing insulated hot water tank, immersion heater and shelving.

Bedroom 1: 14'1" x 10'6" (4.3m x 3.2m)
With two single glazed windows to front aspect with spectacular views again of the River Wye and surrounding countryside each with quarry tiled sills. Radiator, power points. Access to roof space. Through room with door leading into:

Bedroom 2: 11'2" x 10'5" (3.4m x 3.18m)
With a range of built in shelving. Radiator, power points. Window to front aspect again with spectacular river views.

Bedroom 3: 11'10" x 10'10" (3.6m x 3.3m)
A good double room with built in double wardrobe. Window to front aspect, again with breath taking views over the River. Radiator, power points.

Bathroom:
White suite comprising enamel panelled bath, wall mounted wash hand basin, bidet. Low level WC. Corner glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower. Ceiling spotlights. Secondary double glazed window to side aspect. Chromium heated towel radiator.

Outside:

Adjoining Room: 11'1" x 11'9" (3.38m x 3.58m)
Which is in need of refurbishment. Currently used for storage. Potential to incorporate into main accommodation.

There is currently a concrete driveway, which is quite narrow (approx 7'6") leading up to a covered carport area which would be accessible with a small car. This, in turn leads up to the cottage where there is a beautifully situated patio area with low wall providing a wonderful area to sit and digest the fabulous views of the river and surrounding countryside. Pathways then meander up into the main garden area which is well stocked with an array of mature trees and shrubs, fruit trees. Generally the gardens are sloping and predominantly situated to the southerly and westerly side of the property.

Agents Note: We understand that the property may have fishing rights. However we have been unable to confirm this.

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Directions:
From the centre of Ross-on-Wye proceed to Wilton roundabout and proceed straight over onto the A49 towards Hereford. Take the second right signposted Bridstow and follow this road for approximately five miles. Just before reaching the village of Hoarwithy a pull in with a small seating area will be seen on the right the drive to the property is opposite.

3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Hoarwithy, Hereford, Herefordshire, Hr2
3 bedroom detached house for sale in Hoarwithy, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 24 3535000Richard Butler & Associates, Ross-On-Wyerightmove
This beautifully presented three bedroom cottage offering a wealth of character and charm, attractive gardens and parking for several vehicles. Situated in a slightly elevated extremely popular rural village and enjoying superb river views.

Located in a slightly elevated position in the pretty Wye side village of Hoarwithy ideal for commuting to either Hereford 9 miles or Ross on Wye 5 miles both of which have an excellent range of sporting, shopping and social facilities, with great links to South Wales and the Midlands via the A40 and M50 motorway which are just a 10 minute drive away.

The cottage which sits on a quiet C road, is a real haven with beautiful river walks right on the doorstep. The unobstructed views to the Wye and beyond will give potential purchasers a real quality of life, much sought after yet rarely found.

The property is entered via:
uPVC double glazed front entrance door leading to:

Conservatory: 12'9" x 6'10" (3.89m x 2.08m).
Double glaze vaulted ceiling. uPVC double glazed windows to front aspect which enjoy a fantastic outlook over the gardens and towards River Wye. Door to:

Downstairs Shower Room:
Double glazed window to side aspect. Tiled flooring. Fitted coats cupboard. Recessed pedestal basin with vanity unit. Low level WC. Walk in enclosed shower cubicle with electric power shower and fully tiled surrounds.

From the conservatory door leads to:
Dining Hall: 13'4" x 11'7" (4.06m x 3.53m).
Having attractive tiled flooring. Door to sitting room and kitchen. Open feature fireplace on a raised stone hearth, radiator. Glazed door to:

Kitchen: 11'6" x 8'4" (3.5m x 2.54m).
Having uPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects which again enjoy attractive outlook. Fitted with a lovely range of light grey high gloss units with Iroko hardwood worktops including pull out Le Mond style carousels and pull down storage. Franke composite sink. Integrated hob and hide and slide Neff oven. Space for condensing tumble dryer, plumbing for washing machine. Integrated dishwasher, freestanding Panasonic larder style fridge/freezer. Attractive tiled splashbacks.

Sitting Room: 17'7" x 10'2" (5.36m x 3.1m).
With a continuation of the tiled flooring. Lovely window seat enjoying attractive outlook towards the garden and over the River Wye. Feature stone walling. Recessed multi fuel burner on a raised stone hearth. Attractive timber wall with concealed larder style cupboard. Doors to:

Study: 8'7" x 7'8" (2.62m x 2.34m).
Having double glazed windows to side aspects and double doors out to the gardens. Tiled flooring. Radiator.

From the dining hall staircase leads to:
First Floor Landing:
Having double glazed window to rear aspect. Door to airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Door to:

Bedroom 2: 13'9" x 11'11" (4.2m x 3.63m).
Having double glazed windows to front aspect again with fantastic unobstructed views towards the River Wye and rolling countryside. A lovely light and spacious double bedroom.

Family Bathroom:
With uPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Airing cupboard. Comprising modern white suite with low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Modern panelled bath with electric power shower, fully tiled surrounds. Ladder style heated towel rail.

From the landing access can be gained to:
Small Inner Lobby:
Door to:

Bedroom 3: 10'1" x 8'7" (3.07m x 2.62m).
Having double glazed windows to front and side aspects again enjoying the fantastic views.

Master Bedroom Suite:
Dressing Room:
With extensive hanging and storage space. Leading to:

Bedroom Area: 12'2" x 11'8" (3.7m x 3.56m).
uPVC double glazed window to front & side aspects. Exposed stripped and stained floorboards. Radiator. Double doors to:

Balcony:
With lovely seating area ideal for morning coffee and breakfast alike.

En-Suite Shower Room:
uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Low level WC. Bidet. Walk in shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin. Fully tiled surrounds.

Outside:
The front of the property is accessed via gravelled driveway providing parking for up to two vehicles. Immediately to the left hand side of the gravelled parking area, steps lead up to:

Detached Home Office: 14'1" x 7'2" (4.3m x 2.18m).
Having double glazed window to front aspect, telephone point, power points and lighting.

Below the home office access can be gained to:

Single Garage: 15'1" x 11'9" (4.6m x 3.58m).
With electric roll up door. Power and lighting.

As you approach the gravelled driveway and upwards to the front entrance, access can be gained to the raised patio with mature shrub borders leading to level lawn and steps leading down to seating area. From the seating area, steps lead up to the raised vegetable beds and fruit trees. Access to the rear of the property can be gained via steps which lead around to the terraced rear gardens, which have been well landscaped to create areas of private seating with fantastic unobstructed countryside views towards River Wye and rolling countryside.

Agents Note: Additional land comprising small paddock, garden and additional parking available by separate negotiation, approximately 0.3 acre in total.

Directions:
From the centre of Ross-on-Wye proceed to Wilton roundabout and proceed straight over onto the A49 towards Hereford. Take the second right signposted Bridstow and follow this road for approximately five miles. Upon reaching Hoarwithy passing The Harp public house on the right hand side, after approximately 50 - 60 yards turn right signposted Kings Caple and Carey, taking the first turn immediately left, after approximately 100 yards you will see the gravelled driveway for Underhill on the left hand side.

8 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Hoarwithy, Hereford, Herefordshire, Hr2
8 bedroom detached house for sale in Hoarwithy, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 19 1600000Richard Butler & Associates, Ross-On-Wyerightmove
An extremely spacious 6 bed detached period residence of great character with an additional 2 bed attached self-contained annexe and detached holiday let. Fabulous gardens extend to approximately one third of an acre. Situated within the picturesque village of Hoarwithy on the banks of the River Wye

The property is situated within the picturesque village of Hoarwithy, renowned for its distinctive church with the Italianate Romanesque bell tower. There is also a village pub and miles of countryside and riverside walks.

Hoarwithy is ideal for commuting to either Hereford 9 miles or Ross on Wye 5 miles both of which have an excellent range of sporting, shopping and social facilities, with great links to South Wales and the Midlands via the A40 and M50 motorway which are just a 10 minute drive away.

The property is entered via:
Original panelled front entrance door gives access to:

Reception Hall:
A good sized area with full turn staircase to first floor. Radiator, power points. Space for under stairs storage cupboard.

Living Room: 14' x 12'1" (4.27m x 3.68m).
A lovely light room with window to rural front aspect and additional side aspect with views to the garden. Stone fireplace with fitted wood burning gas effect stove. Picture rail, radiator, power points, TV point.

Dining Room: 14' x 12' (4.27m x 3.66m).
A room of great character with sandstone exposed elevation with open fireplace, stone hearth and feature ceiling beams, window seat and window to front aspect with views to surrounding countryside. Radiator, power points.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 17'1" x 12'7" (5.2m x 3.84m).
Fitted with an excellent range of oak front matching base and wall cupboards with ample work surfaces having inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mono block mixer, additional circular inset wash hand basin again with mono block mixer. Six ring CDA stainless steel and smoked glass LPG gas burner and stainless steel extractor hood over. Built in double oven and grill with cupboards above and below. Double glazed windows to rear aspect and courtyard.

Bedroom: Overall approx. 20' (6.1m) x 11'9" (3.58m).
A good size room with exposed ceiling timbers, large double glazed windows to rear aspect and garden. Double glazed door out to garden. Power points, TV point, radiator. Ledge and brace cottage door to:
En-Suite Bathroom:
White suite comprising panelled bath with mains shower over, fully tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC. Windows to side and rear aspects.

Rear Hallway:
With door to outside.

From reception hall staircase leads to:
First Floor and Landing:
A pleasant place to sit and take in the views towards lovely countryside. Airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater, shelving. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: 12'3" x 10' (3.73m x 3.05m).
Window to front aspect with pleasant rural outlook. Recess ideal for wardrobe. Radiator, power points. Window seat. Door to:
En-Suite Bathroom:
With white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Modern panelled bath with shower mixer and fully tiled surround. Radiator. Vanity light and shaver point. Extractor fan.

Bedroom 3: Approx. 13'10" (4.22m) x 10'3" (3.12m).
Window to front aspect. Power points, radiator. Door to:
En-Suite Bathroom:
With modern panelled bath with shower mixer, fully tiled surround. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC, vanity light and shaver point. Radiator.

First Floor Sitting Room: 12'3" x 12' (3.73m x 3.66m).
An extra room with part glazed French doors leading out onto balcony with pretty southerly aspect taking advantage of the views over the landscaped gardens. Radiator, power points.

Rear Bedroom Suite:
Bedroom Area: 12'6" x 10'7" (3.8m x 3.23m).
With windows to rear and side aspects. Wash hand basin with hot and cold water. Vanity light and shaver point. Power points and radiator.
Bathroom:
With modern panelled bath, fully tiled surround and mains shower. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Vanity light. Window to rear aspect. Radiator.

From first floor landing full turn staircase leads to:
Second Floor Landing:
An attractive landing area with seating space and window to front aspect. A lovely rural aspect. Radiator.

Bedroom: 11' x 5' (3.35m x 1.52m).
Window to front aspect with lovely rural views. Wardrobe recess, power points. Door to useful walk in wardrobe with radiator, hanging rail and light.

Bedroom: 11' x 10'3" (3.35m x 3.12m) plus wardrobe recess.
Window to front aspect with fabulous rural views. Radiator, power points. Access to roof space. Door to:
En-Suite Shower Room:
With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower. Vanity light and shaver point. Radiator

Adjoining Annexe:
This would make an ideal rental as it is accessed via its own part glazed door from courtyard or adjoining door to kitchen/dining room.

Kitchen Area: Approx.: 17'9" (5.4m) max x 6'7" (2m).
With white base units with worktops with inset stainless steel sink unit, space for cooker. Wall cupboards. Radiator. Boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to annexe. Power points. Glazed French doors to:

Living Room: 16'10" x 12'9" (5.13m x 3.89m).
A light and spacious room with sealed unit double glazed windows to front and side with pleasant village aspect to the local pub and surrounding countryside. Radiator, power points, wall lights. Part exposed wall timbers.

Bedroom 1: 13' x 9'2" (3.96m x 2.8m).
With window to side and rear aspects. Radiator, power points.

Bedroom 2: 13'6" x 8' (4.11m x 2.44m).
With window to rear aspect looking into the courtyard. Radiator, power points.

Bathroom:
With new suite comprising enamelled panelled bath. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Heated chromium towel radiator. Window to side aspect.

External Utility and Boiler Room: Approx. 10'(3.05m) x 5'4" (1.63m).
Boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to the main house. Low level WC, wash hand basin. Hot water tank. Worktop with plumbing for washing machine. Window.

Stable Cottage.
Accessed via double glazed door leading to:
Bed/Sitting Room: 15'6" x 12' (4.72m x 3.66m).
with exposed A frame vaulted ceiling timbers with door to locked storage. Oak flooring. Windows to front and side aspects. Wall light points, power points. Door to:

Kitchen:
With built in matching base and wall mounted cupboards. Worksurfaces with inset stainless steel sink unit and mono block mixer. Halogen hob. Travertine tiled floor and walls. Spotlights, wall heater. Window to front aspect. Cottage door to:

Shower Room:
With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Corner glazed and tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, fully tiled walls and floor. Heated towel radiator. Extractor fan and window. Useful storage cupboard with coat rail.

Outside:
A driveway leads into a large courtyard providing parking for several cars.

The extensive, beautifully landscaped gardens extend to the side and rear of the property. There are also three apple trees and a plum tree, along with soft fruit bushes - blackcurrant, raspberry, gooseberry, jostaberry, blackberry.

Grid Ref: 51.960658, -2.6657

Agents Note:
In 2020, when the River Wye was at its highest spate for 200 years, the annexe to the property, which is on the lower level to the main house, suffered some flood damage. The annexe has been refurbished and measures taken to prevent future risk of water ingress and supplied with a guarantee.

Directions:
From the centre of Ross-on-Wye proceed to Wilton roundabout and proceed straight over onto the A49 towards Hereford. Take the second right signposted Bridstow and follow this road for approximately five miles. Upon reaching Hoarwithy Aspen House can be found on the left hand side just before The New Harp Inn.

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Hoarwithy, Herefordshire, Hr2
5 bedroom detached house for sale in Hoarwithy, Herefordshire, HR2 43 31675000Fine & Country, Ross-on-Wyerightmove
A rare opportunity - to be sold for only the third time in over 100 years!

Nestling in its own beautiful small valley within some 16 acres is this exquisite small equestrian estate, close to the River Wye and the riverside village of Hoarwithy. Remodelled and extended to an extraordinary standard this is a wonderful 5 bedroom family home and a thriving B&B business with two of the five bedrooms in an attached annex. There are modern stables, large barn, all weather school and valuable pasture.

Since their purchase in 1994 the vendors have invested a great deal of time, effort and not a little expense in creating the extraordinary home we have today. There are quality touches everywhere adding the best of modern architecture yet nothing detracts from the character of the old retained buildings. There are Innumerable features but the heart of the home is an amazing, partially underground, living/family/kitchen. This huge room (see floor plan) is jaw dropping in its size and impact.

Equestrians could ask for little more in terms of land and facilities, and there is excellent riding on the surrounding lanes. The outbuildings also offer huge scope, for example the letting rooms could be expanded into the stables (Subject to consent).

Standing in the rear garden, and looking up the valley, one can almost say that you own all you can see' nearly all boundaries follow the horizon. Although private and rural, the property is easily accessible. Ross on Wye and the M50 are less than 5 miles, the river is nearby and there are many delightful walks nearby, as there are several well regarded Inns.

The property has excellent Eco' credentials with ground source heating and solar panels (with valuable feeder tariff) and LED lighting throughout. The property is very economical to run and, together with the 3 car chargers has a LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT.

HISTORICAL NOTE
There was a ferry across the river at Red Rail until the mid nineteenth century, excavations in 1969 indicate the route may have dated back to Roman times. There have almost certainly been buildings on this site for centuries, although a tithe map of 1842 describes the property as derelict. Around the time of the First World War the property was acquired by the Henry Langford and family. The vendors bought from the estate of Reg Langford, son of Henry, in 1994. This will be only the third sale in well over 100 years.

Exquisite 16 acre small equestrian estate
Wonderful setting in its own valley, Eco friendly
Amazing versatile home and/or B&B

Wide Covered Porch With Oak Posts. Window And Part Glazed Door To: -

Impressive Reception Hall - Recessed downlighters. Double glazed front window. Feature fireplace with raised slate hearth and inset glass fronted electric woodburner. Built-in shelving and cupboard to the side. Stairs off to first floor.

Fitted Cloakroom - Part tiled with low level W.C. And circular handbasin with mixer taps on a shaped plinth. Downlighters. Double glazed window.

Boot Room/Wine Room - With double glazed front window with views towards the river. Coat pegs and wine racks.

Excellent Study/Morning Room - Double aspect through double glazed windows including views towards the river. Built-in cupboards and shelving. Beamed ceiling. Part glazed stable style door to the Garden Room.

Beamed Dining Room (Off The Hall) - A superb room linking the old and new part of the house. Oak flooring, ceiling beams. Double glazed side window and a pair of double-glazed doors out to the rear patio. Recessed lighting. Open access through to the Family Room/Kitchen and a pair of glazed doors through to

Character Beamed Sitting Room - Oak flooring. Exposed ceiling beams. Recessed downlights. Decorative dressed stone fireplace with inset glass fronted woodburner, raised hearth and mantle. Double glazed double casement doors through to:

Fine Garden Room - Tiled floor with electric underfloor heating. Fully double-glazed, incorporating a pair of doors out to the rear gardens and terrace. Wall lights. Partially exposed beamed ceiling. Door to Study.

Inner Hall - With boiler cupboard and access to the:

Extraordinary Open Plan Living/Family Room And Kitchen - This is an amazing room with Travertine tiled floor throughout. It is cleverly designed, being partially underground with 2 huge glazed roof lanterns also a huge bank of bi-fold doors out the rear terrace. It comprises:-
ENORMOUS LIVING/FAMILY ROOM an extensive and very versatile space with large roof lantern and recessed downlighters, stairs off to secondary bedrooms and door to utility and second fitted cloakroom. Wide open access to-
THE OUTSTANDING KITCHEN & WALK IN PANTRY a workspace to satisfy the most demanding of cooks, light and airy with a large roof lantern and a vast bank of bi-fold doors opening to the patio. An extensive range of luxury hand-built kitchen units all have bespoke Corian' worktops and the centrepiece is a long island unit with an inset sink shaped out of the Corian and matching mixer taps and a Quooker' boiling water unit. The extensive further units incorporate a range of appliances including an extra wide professional quality Wolf' range cooker, Sub-zero' tall fridge and freezer. Integrated Neff dishwasher and a pair of pull-out Neff warming drawers. Recessed shelving. Off the end of the Kitchen is a SUPERB WALK-IN PANTRY (every home should have one of these) with a range of open shelving with concealed lighting and a long worktop with extractor hood over. Door to BOILER AND PLANT ROOM with all the systems for the ground source heating, hot water and underfloor heating

Off The Family Room Is A Travertine Staircase Off To The Two Letting Bedrooms. -

Large Utility Room - Extensive range of worktops incorporating a single drainer stainless sink. Recess and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Cupboard, drawer and shelf space and room for ironing etc

Fitted Cloakroom - With part tiled walls, automatic lighting and low-level W.C. With designer sink unit with circular bowl, mixer taps and mirror.

On The First Floor The Main House - Approached over the staircase from the Reception Hall to the COTTAGE LANDING with Linen cupboard.

The Outstanding Master Bedroom Suite Comprising; - BEDROOM ONE
A lovely bright and airy room with two aspects including a wide window with seat with westerly aspect for the evening sun. In this area is a free-standing roll edge claw foot double ended bath with mixer taps and telephonic shower attachment and a pair of his and her sinks set into a marble top with cupboards and drawers beneath. Various wall lights and recess lighting above. 2 Victorian heated towel rails, Radiator.

DRESSING ROOM
Extensive range of built-in wardrobes and cupboards. Double glazed window looking over the rear gardens down the valley. Radiator.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Partly tiled. Including a fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle with both adjustable height and deluge shower heads. Recess downlighters. W.C./Bidet with heated seat and concealed flush. Electric towel rail. Radiator. Double glazed side window.

Bedroom Two - Double glazed window with views across the front garden towards the river. Radiator.

Bedroom Three - Double glazed front window with views towards the river. Built-in wardrobe cupboard.

Fully Tiled Wetroom - With sunken bath set into a fully tiled surround with mixer taps and shower attachment. Long shaped vanity unit with sink, mixer taps and a Schock' wall unit over with mirrors concealing medicine cabinets and shelving with recessed lighting.
Low level W.C. With concealed flush. In one corner is a shower with hand-held and fixed deluge head. Recessed downlighters. Electric towel rail.

The Remaining Bedrooms - These bedrooms would be ideal for teenagers, or granny but are currently let very successfully as part of a thriving Bed and Breakfast enterprise. The approach is off a second landing with the internal approach by stairs from the Family Room and with external door out to the upper terrace (this is the entrance used by paying guests).

Off The Landing Is A Scullery/Kitchen/Tack Room For The Stables. The Bedrooms Comprise: -

Bedroom Four Alice - At ground floor level off the upper terrace with a pair of double casement doors to this terrace. High level double glazed rear windows. T.V. Point. Ample power points. Built-in wardrobe.
LUXUROUS WALK-IN FULLY TILED WETROOM with a wide vanity unit with mixer taps, mirror and illuminated lighting over. Walk-in shower with glazed screen with hand held and deluge shower heads. Chrome plated electric towel rail and a recess with a W.C with concealed flush. Electric shaver point.

On The Next Level, Approached By Stairs From The Upper Lobby Is: -

Bedroom Five Poppy - A luxurious Guest Bedroom with built-in wardrobe. Double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens, two double glazed Velux roof lights and door to:

FULLY TILED BATHROOM
With white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer taps and adjustable shower over. Vanity unit with mixer taps. Electric shaver point. Low level W.C. With concealed flush. Double glazed Velux roof light. Double glazed window with views towards the river.

Agents Note: - Part of the land has a right of way path running through it. Further information available through the Agent.

THE DRIVE & FORMAL GARDENS

The property is approached via an automatic gated entrance with security phone system onto a brick paved drive leading onto an extensive parking and turning area in front of the house and leading to the open fronted THREE CAR GARAGE, built in keeping with brick and block and clad in black weather boarding with oak posts, concrete floor, high roof, power points, light socket and three electric car chargers. The remaining front gardens, to the side of the drive are laid to lawn with clipped hedge borders. A side gate leads to the rear of the house. Separate steps rise through landscaping to Bedrooms 4 & 5.

To the rear is a wide terrace on two levels with a south and west aspect, a real suntrap. Off to one side is a semi-circular space with wiring for a hot tub. Beyond the terrace is an extensive area of formal lawned garden with flower and shrub borders at the centre of which is a feature Pussy Willow underplanted with spring bulbs.

THE PURPOSE-BUILT BRICK STABLE BLOCK AND HAY BARN
VALUABLE PASTURE, LARGE MODERN BARN & ALL WEATHER SCHOOL

The Outbuildings, stable and Paddocks have their own separate drive entrance from the road, again controlled by a security gated entrance.

Convenient to the rear of the house is an excellent brick and block built Stable Block with four Loose Boxes all facing a concrete yard with small TACK ROOM and a HAY BARN with Loft and W.C.. Vehicular access is off the second drive and there is ample space to park a horsebox. A feature here, typical of the thought which has gone into the design of the whole property a sunken sloped access for a trailer so manure can be loaded directly off the yard.
Off the same second drive, towards the fields is a further large parking area and access to a LARGE MODERN BARN (about 80' x 35') with a tall pair of sliding double doors, concrete floor, skylights, light socket and power points and water. A superb building, once housing over 10 classic cars and good enough for a warehouse or Helicopter! Close to this barn is a small vegetable area, greenhouse and fenced soft fruit area/chicken coup and run.

The land is divided into five main Paddock Areas, all with water troughs and a FENCED ALL WEATHER OUTDOOR SCHOOL. The land is contained in a delightful secret valley' rising gently away from the house towards the west. Off to one corner of the land are a bank of south-facing photo-electric cells and within the grounds is the ground source heat pump and exchange unit.

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House For Sale In Much Birch, Hereford, Hr2
House for sale in Much Birch, Hereford, HR2 2 400000Watkins  Thomas, Herefordrightmove
'Located between Hereford and Ross-on-Wye and fronting the A49 in the middle of a village, a freehold site with potential for commercial purposes subject to obtaining the necessary consents.'
DRAFT PARTICULARS ONLY

LOCATION
Much Birch is a village community located about 6 miles south of Hereford and about 8 miles north of Ross-on-Wye. The village straddles the A49 main road. Hereford and Ross-on-Wye combined offer a range of facilities and amenities.
DESCRIPTION
The site has a main road frontage to the A49 and was historically used as a petrol filling station and garage. Latterly the site has been used as a car sales forecourt and garage. The site has a frontage of approximately 50 meters and an average depth of approximately 27 meters.

Subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents the property now offers potential for commercial development subject to obtaining the necessary local authority consents.
ENQUIRES
Enquiries in respect of the property should be directed to Steven Thomas at Watkins Thomas on Hereford .


SERVICES
It is understood that mains electricity and water services are connected to the property. Confirmation in respect of mains service supplies should be obtained by the prospective purchaser. None of the electrical goods or other fittings has been tested and they are sold without warranty or undertaking that they are installed to current standards.
AUTHORITY
Planning enquiries should be directed to Herefordshire Council at Plough Lane, Hereford, HR4 0LE on Hereford .
VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the agents, telephone Hereford .
DIRECTIONAL NOTE
From central Hereford proceed south on the A49 (signposted Ross-on-Wye) and in the village of Much Birch, just beyond the public house, the site will be identified on the right hand side.
17th January 2021
ID30905
Disclaimer
Watkins Thomas Ltd. Registered in Cardiff, No: 8037310. These particulars are used on the strict understanding that all negotiations are conducted through WATKINS THOMAS LTD. MISREPRESENTATION ACT - 1967 WATKINS THOMAS LTD, for itself and for the Vendors of this property whose agent it is give notice that: 1. These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute any part of an offer or contract. 2. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of WATKINS THOMAS LTD or the Vendor. 3. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. 4. Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. 5. The Vendor does not make or give, and neither WATKINS THOMAS LTD nor any person in its employment has authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Much Birch, Hr2
5 bedroom detached house for sale in Much Birch, HR2 26 1600000Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Ross On Wyerightmove

Location & Description
The property stands close to the heart of the sought after village of Much Birch, some 6 miles south of the cathedral city of Hereford, with Ross-on-Wye and the M50 motorway some 7 miles to the southeast. The towns of Monmouth and Abergavenny are also within striking distance.
Constructed in 1998 on three levels, the property has recently been extended to the rear in a most practical and appealing manner, and now offers quite exceptional ground floor accommodation extending to some xx'. Directly off the xx' Drawing Room is the generous Dining Room, and open way from same leading through to the vast L shaped Kitchen/Breakfast Room, from which bifold doors enable direct access to the rear Sun Terrace.
For those who spend significant time in the kitchen, this room really needs to be thoroughly inspected to be fully appreciated. Not only are the proportions vast, but all the Beech worktops are of extra large 720mm depth, creating a most attractive and practical working surface. Moreover, all fitments are to a very high standard, as indeed they are throughout the house with features such as brass door furniture, coving to ceilings etc.
Four Bedrooms and two Bath/Shower Rooms comprise the first floor, whilst the second floor is a superb 28' fifth Bedroom/Library, and once again, views from this room are quite outstanding, extending all the way to the Black Mountains of Wales and Pen-Y-Fan beyond.
Just a few paces away is the brick built and rendered Annexe, the ground floor containing self-contained additional accommodation, with an external stairway to a first floor storage area. Subject to relevant permissions, the first floor could be incorporated into living accommodation if required.
Village facilities within walking distance include the excellent Much Birch Primary School, Doctors Surgery, ancient Church, and Pilgrim Hotel, where as just a little further away are both the Axe & Clever and Tump public houses. Not far from the Tump in Wormelow is the excellent village store.
Of the towns mentioned above, both Hereford and Monmouth have long established public schools, whilst all of the towns also have state schools, to some of which are regular bus services close by. For those requiring good access to fast communications, the M50 motorway/A40 dual carriage way just to the west of Ross is within approx. 10 minutes' drive.
In detail the property comprises:

Totally Enclosed Porch
With brick paved base, five arm light fitting and double glazed wooden door to exterior, and additional part glazed wooden door through to

Elegant Reception Hall
With fine Oak laminate flooring, coving to ceiling and recessed downlighter spots. Door to Cloaks Cupboard and additional door to

Cloakroom & W.C.
Having white suite comprising closed coupled W.C and pedestal hand basin. Strip light and shaver point. Ceramic tiled flooring. Double glazed window to exterior.

Drawing Room (approx. 25'4 x 13'9)
A room of exceptional appeal having windows to both front and rear elevations, the front window looking out across farmland and hills to the southwest. Oak flooring continuing from Reception Hall. Appealing Oak fireplace surround with inset marble and marble hearth. Recessed in the fireplace is the LPG, log effect gas fire. Wide part glazed doors with fine bevelled glass open through to the

Dining Room (approx. 15'11 x 9'9)
Again with Oak flooring continuing from Drawing Room. This room may also be accessed directly from the Reception Hall. Open way through to

Outstanding L Shaped Kitchen/Breakfast Room (of overall max dimensions approx. 30'10 x 26'10.)
This superb room is of most generous proportions and exceptionally appealing. Exquisite Travertine flooring. Glazing to three elevations and three extra large Velux roof lights enable the penetration of a very high degree of natural light. Extensive range of floor mounted cupboards and drawers with quiet close mechanisms. Extra deep 720mm Beech worktops giving excellent additional food preparation space. Inset amidst these units is the black Rangemaster 6 ring ceramic hob with ovens beneath and extractor hood over. Extensive wall mounted cupboards, some with glazed fronts and having concealed lighting beneath, and in some cases lighting above. Inset amongst the work surface to the south facing window is the double bowl single drainer Corian sink with chrome mixer tap over. Full depth towel rail/radiator in addition to the conventional radiators. Plumbing for washing machine and space for additional kitchen appliances. Ceiling mounted downlighter spots. Bifold doors in the rear elevation enable direct access out onto the paved sun terrace adjacent (see later). Additional part glazed door to exterior west elevation. Floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler.

First Floor Galleried Landing
With fitted carpet to match stair carpet. Large double glazed side window enabling beautiful outlook towards wooded hillsides. Door to Capacious Linen Cupboard. Coving to ceiling. Downlighter spots. Additional door to Airing Cupboard with extra large, insulated copper cylinder and immersion heater.

Bedroom One (of overall max dimensions approx. 20'0 x 13'9)
A superbly proportioned room with wide double glazed window enabling both closer countryside views and far reaching views towards the Black Mountains. Additional double glazed window to side elevation. Door to En-Suite Shower Room and W.C. Recently refitted and having extra large glazed shower cubicle with thermostatic shower having Bristan drench shower head. Vanity unit comprising matching wash hand basin with drawers beneath. Close coupled low level W.C. Deep chrome vertical radiator/towel rail and fine ceramic tiling to floor. High level double glazed window.

Bedroom Two (approx. 11'9 x 6'9)
With double glazed window enabling outstanding outlook across rolling farmland and countryside.

Bedroom Three (approx. 13'4 x 11'9)
With double glazed window overlooking rear garden towards Annexe.

Bedroom Four (approx. 9'8 x7'3)
Again having double glazed window to rear elevation.

Family Bath/Shower Room and W.C.
Completely finished in white and with panelled bath having glazed side screen and chrome shower attachment over. Close coupled low level W.C. Extra large vanity unit comprising wide ceramic basin with two wide, quiet close drawers beneath. Vertical chrome radiator/towel rail and extensive wall tiling. Window to rear. Ceramic tiled flooring.

Second Floor Galleried Landing
Like the main landing particularly light with large Velux roof light admitting excellent natural light. Fitted carpet. Door to Eaves Storage Cupboard. Space for bookshelves.

Bedroom Five/Library (of overall max. dimensions approx. 28'0 x 16'3)
although not all of the room is of these dimensions. Fine Oak flooring. Double glazed windows to three elevations, in addition to the double glazed Velux roof light. Exquisite, far reaching views towards Hay Bluff, the Welsh Mountains and the hills behind Wormelow. Juliette balcony to west elevation. Door to En-suite Shower Room and W.C. having white suite comprising corner tiled and glazed shower cubicle with thermostatic chrome shower, vanity unit comprising hand basin and ample cupboards beneath and alongside with granite top over. Close coupled low level W.C. and bidet. Two radiator/towel rails and double glazed Velux roof light complete with blind, admitting natural light. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling mounted downlighter spots.
Door to
Storage/Boiler Room housing the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler together with programmer and time switch. Storage space adjacent.

OUTSIDE
Combined six bar vehicular and pedestrian wooden gates open onto a Widening Tarmacadam Drive providing parking space for several vehicles.
Positioned immediately behind this parking area is the Former Double Garage/Now Annexe which is of overall max external dimensions approx. 17'5 x 16'. The whole of the ground floor of this building comprises a living space complete with mini kitchen to rear. This has wooden fronted, floor mounted cupboards and drawers with roll edged working surfaces over. Incorporated amidst these units is the single bowl single drainer sink with chrome mixer tap over. Range of complementary wall mounted cupboards and Electrolux four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood over. Tiling behind working surfaces. Laminate wood effect flooring and double glazed windows, complete with blinds to east and south elevations. Attractive bevelled glass to the part glazed hard wood door to exterior, with its covered porch. Door to Shower Room and W.C. with corner tiled and glazed shower cubicle having chrome thermostatic shower. Pedestal hand basin and close coupled low level W.C. Ceramic tiled flooring. Radiator and towel rail.
Approached via an external wooden staircase positioned to the rear of the block is the First Floor Storage Room. This has two double glazed Velux roof lights to the eastern roof slope and a part glazed door to the north, all admitting natural light. Approx. 50' x 11' N.B. Particular care should be taken when ascending these steps, more particularly when these steps are wet. The white fronts to the steps can be particularly slippery.
To the front of the property is a small area of lawn fringed by Beech and mixed hedging with a fine Wisteria trailing over part of the front of the property beneath the plaque which reads “Old Rectory Gardens 1998” A concrete paved path runs alongside the west side of the property to give access to the Paved Sun Terrace which lies adjacent the rear bifold doors from the Breakfast Room.
Extending beyond here is the Gently Sloping Rear Lawn with a colourful Acer to the north eastern corner and a mixed Beech hedge to the eastern boundary. A Cupressus hedge extends along the northern boundary.

Services
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected.
OUTGOINGS: ‘F' Council Tax Band
EPC RATING: 'D' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View
Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel: .

Directions
If approaching from Ross or the M50, leave the western outskirts at Wilton roundabout (BP service station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. After entering the village of Much Birch drive past the Axe & Clever pub on your left, and immediately before pedestrian traffic lights
in the centre of Much Birch, take the left turning into Tump Lane. Number 5 Rectory Gardens will be found after approx. 100yrds on the right hand side.

Money Laundering Regulations
To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In The Old Mushroom Farm, Much Birch, Hereford, Hr2
4 bedroom detached house for sale in The Old Mushroom Farm, Much Birch, Hereford, HR2 4 625000Watkins  Thomas, Herefordrightmove
'The first property to be released on this exciting new development and comprising a contemporary style home which is set on a good plot with the benefit of extensive ground floor accommodation together with four bedrooms on the first floor.'

DRAFT PARTICULARS ONLY
DRAFT PARTICULARS ONLY

LOCATION
The Old Mushroom Farm is set back off the A49 which runs through Much Birch and is the link road between Hereford (6 miles to the north) and Ross-on-Wye (approximately 8 miles to the south). The village itself offers a range of amenities including a public house, primary school, church and doctors surgery. Adjacent villages offer a further range of amenities and the aforementioned centres offer a wider range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities together with educational establishments and both bus and railway stations.

The property is set in glorious south Herefordshire countryside and is accessible to Monmouth with its roadway connections into South Wales and Ross-on-Wye's M50 spur to the M5 motorway.
DESCRIPTION
Plot 1 is the first new home to be released on this exclusive new development of just five exceptional homes. The subject property is of an attractive design and has a spacious entrance hall off which there is a sitting room with open fireplace, a cloakroom and an exceptional family kitchen/breakfast room which has two sets of bi-fold doors opening to and overlooking the rear garden. There is also a utility area and on the first floor there are four bedrooms one of which has an en-suite facility.

The property has a heat exchange unit and solar thermal panels, there is a double garage and in more detail the accommodation comprises:
ON THE GROUND FLOOR:

Entrance Porch
With a double glazed door with adjacent double glazed window to the:
Reception Hall 3.02m (9'11) x 2.44m (8')
With recess with a return stairway to the first floor, under floor heating, sunken ceiling lights and with doors to the kitchen/breakfast room, living room and the:
Cloakroom 1.52m (5') x 1.45m (4'9)

Family Living Room 5.79m (19') x 4.19m (13'9)
With a double glazed window to the front and tri-fold doors opening to the rear. One wall has a curtain of glass and there are sunken ceiling lights, banks of power points and a system of under floor heating together with a brick chimney breast with stove.
Kitchen/Breakfast Accommodation
Which in parts comprises:
Hall 2.79m (9'2) x 1.5m (4'11)
With a double glazed window to the front, under floor heating, door to the utility room and an opening to the:
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 9.75m (32') x 5.84m (19'2)
With two sets of tri-fold doors in the 'orangery' type area which open to the rear garden with a lantern unit over and sunken ceiling lights together with an extensively fitted kitchen area with breakfast island. There are two further double glazed windows to two aspects and an under floor heating system.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:

Landing
Approached off a return stairway and with a velux roof light, sunken ceiling lights and doors to:
Master Bedroom Suite 2.87m (9'5) x .99m (3'3)
Which in parts comprises:
Prinicple Bedroom Area 5.66m (18'7) x 3.96m (13')
With a double glazed window to the rear, two sets of velux type roof lights, under floor heating and bank of power points.
Boiler Room/Store 1.96m (6'5) x 1.09m (3'7)

En-suite Shower Room 1.96m (6'5) x 2.36m (7'9)
With a velux roof light and suite comprising wide shower cubicle, low level wc and pedestal wash basin.
Bedroom 2 3.91m (12'10) x 2.46m (8'1)
With a double glazed window to the rear, bank of power points and under floor heating.
Bedroom 3 4.17m (13'8) x 2.77m (9'1)
With a double glazed window to the rear, radiator and bank of power points.
Bedroom 4 4.17m (13'8) x 2.77m (9'1)
With a double glazed window enjoying the view to the front, radiator and bank of power points.
Bathroom 2.74m (9') x 1.96m (6'5)
With a double glazed window to the front and suite comprising shower cubicle, bath, pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Radiator.
OUTSIDE:

Driveway & Garage
A shared driveway runs to the two car parking spaces which are set to the front of the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE BLOCK (19'8 x 19'8) with electric up and over doors to the front, personnel door to the side, double glazed window and power points. This area is full plastered and has a stairway to the OFFICE/STORE ROOM (11'8 x 17') with a pair of velux type roof lights and extensively supplied with power points.
Gardens
The property has the benefit of a long strip of garden which flanks the driveway and to the right of the driveway there is a pathway. Surrounding the property there is a feature textured paving stone patio area which runs to the rear and in which there is a patio/sun terrace and steps up to the lawned garden area. The lawned garden area is set behind retaining sleepers. Boundaries are extensively formed in a mix of hedging and close board fencing.
SERVICES
It is understood that mains electricity, water and drainage services are connected to the property. Confirmation in respect of mains service supplies should be obtained by the prospective purchaser. None of the electrical goods or other fittings has been tested and they are sold without warranty or undertaking that they are installed to current standards.
VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the agents, telephone Hereford .
DIRECTIONAL NOTE

21st May 2021
ID30520
Disclaimer
Watkins Thomas Ltd. Registered in Cardiff, No: 8037310. These particulars are used on the strict understanding that all negotiations are conducted through WATKINS THOMAS LTD. MISREPRESENTATION ACT - 1967 WATKINS THOMAS LTD, for itself and for the Vendors of this property whose agent it is give notice that: 1. These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute any part of an offer or contract. 2. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of WATKINS THOMAS LTD or the Vendor. 3. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. 4. Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. 5. The Vendor does not make or give, and neither WATKINS THOMAS LTD nor any person in its employment has authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Much Birch, Herefordshire, Hr2
5 bedroom detached house for sale in Much Birch, Herefordshire, HR2 22 1895000Brookes Bliss Estate Agents, Herefordrightmove
An impressive and substantial Grade II Listed stone farmhouse offering over 4,000 sq ft of living space, together with a range of traditional and modern farm buildings all set in just under an acre of land.

Situation and Description
The village of Much Birch provides an excellent range of facilities right on the doorstep with a popular primary school, doctors’ surgery, village church and The Pilgrim Hotel all within walking distance. There is a shop, post office and delicatessen at the nearby village of Wormelow, and more extensive facilities at the cathedral city of Hereford, to the north, and at the market town of Ross on Wye, to the south.

Ash Farm itself is a very attractive and substantial period farmhouse, which is full of light and space and offers extensive accommodation laid out over two floors. There is an attractive courtyard to the front and side of the house and a range of mostly period barns which offer huge potential for a variety of uses from additional accommodation to office or business use subject to approval. There are well enclosed gardens extensive parking and further space to extend the gardens if desired.

This impressive house is approached initially by an oak arched front door to a large open plan reception hall and living room with flagstone floor, with underfloor heating, shuttered windows to the front, exposed timbering, stone fireplace at one end of Jotul wood burner and door through to a large office. This has a dual aspect, solid floor, excellent ceiling height, fireplace with slate hearth and surround, bookshelves and display shelving. A separate sitting room has a flagstone floor, shuttered windows to the courtyard and again high ceilings, fireplace and bookshelves. A door leads through to an impressive farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room which form the main hub of the house, full of practical space with built in deep cupboards, flagstone floor, glazed door to courtyard gardens, four oven lpg gas fired Aga, oil fired central heating boiler, wood working surfaces with cupboards below, deep fill twin bowl sink, door to excellent walk-in pantry with fitted shelving. A door leads through to a rear hall with a rear laundry/enclosed porch. From the main inner hall, a staircase leads up to the first-floor landing which provides access to a wonderful master bedroom suit with a large double bedroom, adjoining bathroom and separate dressing room. There are four further double bedrooms, all with their own individual character and charm and also a further bathroom and separate shower room. A secondary staircase provides access back down to the ground floor. There is an impressive cellar, accessed from the central hallway, which provides excellent storage space, and a number of outbuildings close to the house create garden and wood stores, along with an outside wc. There are attractive and well stocked south facing gardens with a central lawn, sun terrace, shrubs and trees with an uncultivated potential larger garden to one side. The property is approached from Tump Lane by a right of way to its own driveway which provides extensive parking and turning space. A separate gateway then gives access to the farm buildings which include. An original and very attractive two-storey stone barn, with vaulted ceiling, giving a massive 72ft x 21ft approx. of space, an open 3-bay Dutch barn and further outbuildings which offer huge potential for a variety of uses.

Directions From Hereford proceed out in a southerly direction on the A49 towards Ross on Wye for approximately 4 miles. On entering the village of Much Birch, proceed past the Pilgrim Hotel on the right-hand side and take the next right hand turning into Tump Lane. Ash Farm is then immediately on the left-hand side.

Services and Considerations Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating, and private drainage. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band tbc. EPC n/a Tenure freehold.

5 Bed Detached House For Sale
5 bed detached house for sale 43 31675000Fine & Countryzoopla
A rare opportunity - to be sold for only the third time in over 100 years!

Nestling in its own beautiful small valley within some 16 acres is this exquisite small equestrian estate, close to the River Wye and the riverside village of Hoarwithy. Remodelled and extended to an extraordinary standard this is a wonderful 5 bedroom family home and a thriving B&B business with two of the five bedrooms in an attached annex. There are modern stables, large barn, all weather school and valuable pasture.

Since their purchase in 1994 the vendors have invested a great deal of time, effort and not a little expense in creating the extraordinary home we have today. There are quality touches everywhere adding the best of modern architecture yet nothing detracts from the character of the old retained buildings. There are Innumerable features but the heart of the home is an amazing, partially underground, living/family/kitchen. This huge room (see floor plan) is jaw dropping in its size and impact.

Equestrians could ask for little more in terms of land and facilities, and there is excellent riding on the surrounding lanes. The outbuildings also offer huge scope, for example the letting rooms could be expanded into the stables (Subject to consent).

Standing in the rear garden, and looking up the valley, one can almost say that you own all you can see' nearly all boundaries follow the horizon. Although private and rural, the property is easily accessible. Ross on Wye and the M50 are less than 5 miles, the river is nearby and there are many delightful walks nearby, as there are several well regarded Inns.

The property has excellent Eco' credentials with ground source heating and solar panels (with valuable feeder tariff) and LED lighting throughout. The property is very economical to run and, together with the 3 car chargers has a low carbon footprint.
Historical note

There was a ferry across the river at Red Rail until the mid nineteenth century, excavations in 1969 indicate the route may have dated back to Roman times. There have almost certainly been buildings on this site for centuries, although a tithe map of 1842 describes the property as derelict. Around the time of the First World War the property was acquired by the Henry Langford and family. The vendors bought from the estate of Reg Langford, son of Henry, in 1994. This will be only the third sale in well over 100 years.

Exquisite 16 acre small equestrian estate
Wonderful setting in its own valley, Eco friendly
Amazing versatile home and/or B&B

Wide Covered Porch With Oak Posts. Window And Part Glazed Door To:

Impressive Reception Hall

Recessed downlighters. Double glazed front window. Feature fireplace with raised slate hearth and inset glass fronted electric woodburner. Built-in shelving and cupboard to the side. Stairs off to first floor.

Fitted Cloakroom

Part tiled with low level W.C. And circular handbasin with mixer taps on a shaped plinth. Downlighters. Double glazed window.

Boot Room/Wine Room

With double glazed front window with views towards the river. Coat pegs and wine racks.

Excellent Study/Morning Room

Double aspect through double glazed windows including views towards the river. Built-in cupboards and shelving. Beamed ceiling. Part glazed stable style door to the Garden Room.

Beamed Dining Room (Off The Hall)

A superb room linking the old and new part of the house. Oak flooring, ceiling beams. Double glazed side window and a pair of double-glazed doors out to the rear patio. Recessed lighting. Open access through to the Family Room/Kitchen and a pair of glazed doors through to

Character Beamed Sitting Room

Oak flooring. Exposed ceiling beams. Recessed downlights. Decorative dressed stone fireplace with inset glass fronted woodburner, raised hearth and mantle. Double glazed double casement doors through to:

Fine Garden Room

Tiled floor with electric underfloor heating. Fully double-glazed, incorporating a pair of doors out to the rear gardens and terrace. Wall lights. Partially exposed beamed ceiling. Door to Study.

Inner Hall

With boiler cupboard and access to the:

Extraordinary Open Plan Living/Family Room And Kitchen

This is an amazing room with Travertine tiled floor throughout. It is cleverly designed, being partially underground with 2 huge glazed roof lanterns also a huge bank of bi-fold doors out the rear terrace. It comprises:-
enormous living/family room an extensive and very versatile space with large roof lantern and recessed downlighters, stairs off to secondary bedrooms and door to utility and second fitted cloakroom. Wide open access to-
the outstanding kitchen & walk in pantry a workspace to satisfy the most demanding of cooks, light and airy with a large roof lantern and a vast bank of bi-fold doors opening to the patio. An extensive range of luxury hand-built kitchen units all have bespoke Corian' worktops and the centrepiece is a long island unit with an inset sink shaped out of the Corian and matching mixer taps and a Quooker' boiling water unit. The extensive further units incorporate a range of appliances including an extra wide professional quality Wolf' range cooker, Sub-zero' tall fridge and freezer. Integrated Neff dishwasher and a pair of pull-out Neff warming drawers. Recessed shelving. Off the end of the Kitchen is a superb walk-in pantry (every home should have one of these) with a range of open shelving with concealed lighting and a long worktop with extractor hood over. Door to boiler and plant room with all the systems for the ground source heating, hot water and underfloor heating

Off The Family Room Is A Travertine Staircase Off To The Two Letting Bedrooms.

Large Utility Room

Extensive range of worktops incorporating a single drainer stainless sink. Recess and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Cupboard, drawer and shelf space and room for ironing etc

Fitted Cloakroom

With part tiled walls, automatic lighting and low-level W.C. With designer sink unit with circular bowl, mixer taps and mirror.

On The First Floor The Main House

Approached over the staircase from the Reception Hall to the cottage landing with Linen cupboard.

The Outstanding Master Bedroom Suite Comprising;

Bedroom one
A lovely bright and airy room with two aspects including a wide window with seat with westerly aspect for the evening sun. In this area is a free-standing roll edge claw foot double ended bath with mixer taps and telephonic shower attachment and a pair of his and her sinks set into a marble top with cupboards and drawers beneath. Various wall lights and recess lighting above. 2 Victorian heated towel rails, Radiator.
Dressing room

Extensive range of built-in wardrobes and cupboards. Double glazed window looking over the rear gardens down the valley. Radiator.
En-suite shower room

Partly tiled. Including a fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle with both adjustable height and deluge shower heads. Recess downlighters. W.C./Bidet with heated seat and concealed flush. Electric towel rail. Radiator. Double glazed side window.

Bedroom Two

Double glazed window with views across the front garden towards the river. Radiator.

Bedroom Three

Double glazed front window with views towards the river. Built-in wardrobe cupboard.

Fully Tiled Wetroom

With sunken bath set into a fully tiled surround with mixer taps and shower attachment. Long shaped vanity unit with sink, mixer taps and a Schock' wall unit over with mirrors concealing medicine cabinets and shelving with recessed lighting.
Low level W.C. With concealed flush. In one corner is a shower with hand-held and fixed deluge head. Recessed downlighters. Electric towel rail.

The Remaining Bedrooms

These bedrooms would be ideal for teenagers, or granny but are currently let very successfully as part of a thriving Bed and Breakfast enterprise. The approach is off a second landing with the internal approach by stairs from the Family Room and with external door out to the upper terrace (this is the entrance used by paying guests).

Off The Landing Is A Scullery/Kitchen/Tack Room For The Stables. The Bedrooms Comprise:

Bedroom Four Alice

At ground floor level off the upper terrace with a pair of double casement doors to this terrace. High level double glazed rear windows. T.V. Point. Ample power points. Built-in wardrobe.
Luxurous walk-in fully tiled wetroom with a wide vanity unit with mixer taps, mirror and illuminated lighting over. Walk-in shower with glazed screen with hand held and deluge shower heads. Chrome plated electric towel rail and a recess with a W.C with concealed flush. Electric shaver point.

On The Next Level, Approached By Stairs From The Upper Lobby Is:

Bedroom Five Poppy

A luxurious Guest Bedroom with built-in wardrobe. Double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens, two double glazed Velux roof lights and door to:
Fully tiled bathroom

With white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer taps and adjustable shower over. Vanity unit with mixer taps. Electric shaver point. Low level W.C. With concealed flush. Double glazed Velux roof light. Double glazed window with views towards the river.

Agents Note:

Part of the land has a right of way path running through it. Further information available through the Agent.

The drive & formal gardens

The property is approached via an automatic gated entrance with security phone system onto a brick paved drive leading onto an extensive parking and turning area in front of the house and leading to the open fronted three car garage, built in keeping with brick and block and clad in black weather boarding with oak posts, concrete floor, high roof, power points, light socket and three electric car chargers. The remaining front gardens, to the side of the drive are laid to lawn with clipped hedge borders. A side gate leads to the rear of the house. Separate steps rise through landscaping to Bedrooms 4 & 5.

To the rear is a wide terrace on two levels with a south and west aspect, a real suntrap. Off to one side is a semi-circular space with wiring for a hot tub. Beyond the terrace is an extensive area of formal lawned garden with flower and shrub borders at the centre of which is a feature Pussy Willow underplanted with spring bulbs.
The purpose-built brick stable block and hay barn

Valuable pasture, large modern barn & all weather school

The Outbuildings, stable and Paddocks have their own separate drive entrance from the road, again controlled by a security gated entrance.

Convenient to the rear of the house is an excellent brick and block built Stable Block with four Loose Boxes all facing a concrete yard with small tack room and a hay barn with Loft and W.C.. Vehicular access is off the second drive and there is ample space to park a horsebox. A feature here, typical of the thought which has gone into the design of the whole property a sunken sloped access for a trailer so manure can be loaded directly off the yard.
Off the same second drive, towards the fields is a further large parking area and access to a large modern barn (about 80' x 35') with a tall pair of sliding double doors, concrete floor, skylights, light socket and power points and water. A superb building, once housing over 10 classic cars and good enough for a warehouse or Helicopter! Close to this barn is a small vegetable area, greenhouse and fenced soft fruit area/chicken coup and run.

The land is divided into five main Paddock Areas, all with water troughs and a fenced all weather outdoor school. The land is contained in a delightful secret valley' rising gently away from the house towards the west. Off to one corner of the land are a bank of south-facing photo-electric cells and within the grounds is the ground source heat pump and exchange unit.

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