Detached period property with lots of charm and features and is sitting on a plot of about half an acre.
A rustic, Grade II listed five bedroom family home, steeped in historic character and set in about 0.5 of an acre. Formerly an estate millerâ€™s house, it stands adjacent to the mill and has a drive and public rights of way across the grounds.
Inside you will find an open plan kitchen and reception room with exposed beams, original bread oven and fireplaces. Across the hallway is a second reception room. Both reception rooms have wood burning stoves and the kitchen has underfloor heating. The ground floor also has a utility room, toilet and shower room and access to the cellar. Upstairs over two floors there are five rooms and two bathrooms.
Situated in the Arrow river valley on the edge of the town of Kington, the house has rural views on all sides and is still within easy walking distance of town. The grounds contain remnants of the millâ€™s leat system with a remaining watercourse on the western boundary. There are flower borders, hedgerows, lawns and vegetable patch to the north, parking and shed to the east and a small stone walled garden to the south. The drive and public right of way cross from northeast to southwest of the plot.
To find out more about this charming country house, contact the team in the Kington Branch.