Standing within its own grounds with an detached Hop Kiln with planning permission to convert to a residential dwelling. Semi-rural setting.
Chancellors are delighted to announce a opportunity to acquire the most impressive 17th century Lynch Court which is located on the edge of a popular village. Eardisland forms part of the 'Black and White Trial' and is nestled into some of North Herefordshire finest and most undulating rural countryside. The property is approached via a private driveway and has a separate access/driveway to the Kiln Barn. This pretty village sits on the meandering River Arrow and enjoys a community run village shop, two pubs, Church, village hall, tearooms and enjoys many community groups/clubs.
Eardisland sits west of the historic market town of Leominster which is the largest in the county and has Ludlow to the north and Hereford City to the south.
This attractive detached home is believed to date back to 1680, having been extended over the ages and offers 10 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. On the ground floor there are several impressive receptions rooms which boast high ceilings, high skirting boards, feature fireplaces and sash windows. The property stands within its own parkland grounds and includes a tennis court, Dutch Barn, stable barn, wildlife pond, and a detached Hop Kiln Barn which has planning permission for a conversion to a residential dwelling (details and further information can be acquired from the office). The Kiln is set over 3 floors and equally enjoys some beautiful features which are just waiting to be enhanced.
In total the property stands within 11.5 acres of gardens, grounds and woodland.