An impressive, beautiful grade II listed 4 bed farmhouse has Detached barns and outbuildings with well maintained gardens and orchards
An impressive 16th Century period farmhouse standing within approx. 5 acres. The property is immediately wrapped by its own landscaped and well maintained gardens which has a feature pond and formal lawns with floral and shrub flower beds. The gardens are surrounded by a variety of mature trees. There are two main entrances to the property with ample parking available and access to the detached barns/garaging and workshops which have planning permission for residential letting and income potential. (Please be advised, there is a tenancy in place within one of the workshops and has a further 2 year lease to run.
The property is grade II* Listed and has a wealth of beautiful features including an engraved caption above the door in the Living Room. There is a local historic story to share about this family home and we highly recommend internal viewing to fully appreciate all it has to offer.
The Accommodation is set out over three storeys and between the ground floor and first floor boasts an impressive original Oak wood staircase. Other features include exposed ceiling and wall timbers, flagstone flooring and exposed wattle and daub.
The Orchards of approx. 3 acres have 1000 cherry trees planted and was one of the 1st Cherry Tree orchards in Herefordshire! This creates a business income for the current owners and could easily be continued by any new owner. Equally, this ground was previously used as pony paddocks and could be again if equestrian use is required.
This property has easy links to the A44 and is a short distance from the village of Dilwyn which has a Church, School and Pub. Hereford Cathedral city is 13 miles to the south and the historic market town of Leominster is approx. 5 miles to the east. Both have useful network rail links. Further information about the services and viewing appointments are available from the agent.