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Slatch Farmhouse
Slatch Farmhouse, Coddington, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1JS
Superb period farmhouse with ancillary 2 bedroom barn conversion, set in spacious mature gardens in a very quiet location. Land available separately.
  • Beautiful period farmhouse in a secluded and quiet location with ancillary accommodation.
1.00 Acres Offers over £1,300,000
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Key Features
  • Period, detached farmhouse c.18th C (2,780 sq ft)
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Aga Kitchen, 3 reception rooms, utility, cellar (324 sq ft)
  • Ancillary 2 bedroom Barn Conversion, (1,286 sq ft)
  • Attractive and spacious gardens of 1 acre

Summary of Features


Period, detached farmhouse c.18th C (2,780 sq ft)
4 bedrooms, 1 en-suite plus family bathroom
Kitchen/breakfast room with electric Aga
3 reception rooms, utility, cellar (324 sq ft)
Attic with scope to convert (315 sq ft)
Attractive and spacious gardens of 1 acre
Ancillary 2 bedroom Barn Conversion, (1,286 sq ft)

Location


Mileages: Bosbury 1½ miles, Colwall 4½ miles, Ledbury 6 miles, Malvern 7 miles, Worcester 13 miles, Hereford 17 miles, Cheltenham 25½ miles, Birmingham 41 miles
Road Links: M50 (Jct 2) 10 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 14 miles
Railway Stations: Colwall, Ledbury, Malvern.
Airports: Birmingham (51½ miles), Bristol (68 miles).

Situation

Slatch Farmhouse occupies a peaceful rural location, hidden amongst tranquil countryside within the quiet hamlet of Coddington, in East Herefordshire. Flanked to the east by the Malvern Hills, the surrounding countryside is characterised by rolling farmland, wooded hills and is renowned for its scenic and unspoilt rural appeal. This desirable location offers a quiet and sought-after rural lifestyle combined with excellent road and rail links for the rest of the country.

Slatch Farmhouse


This pretty period farmhouse provides a welcoming home with oodles of character and further scope, should more space be required. Accommodation consists of 4 double bedrooms and two bathrooms, there is a large attic and cellar which provides opportunity for a variety of uses, subject to appropriate consents.
The front entrance opens to a spacious hall which in turn leads to all reception rooms. A comfortable staircase leads to the first floor with it's wide central landing.
The living room has a Clearview wood burning stove at its heart and a double aspect over the lovely and expansive garden. The dining room also benefits from a wood burning stove.
The farmhouse kitchen benefits from a modern electric Aga plus an external rear door to a courtyard and the parking area. There is a really useful walk-in pantry and WC next to the kitchen.

Accommodation


A utility room to the side of the house has space for white goods and store cupboards, together with a rear door to the courtyard. There is a linking passageway from the rear door to the Oast House which provides useful external storage space or access, should the properties be used as one.
On the first floor, the two principal bedrooms are east facing and benefit from both morning sun and lovely views over the garden, one with the addition of an en suite shower room. The generous family bathroom sits centrally behind the landing to service the remaining bedrooms and benefits from underfloor heating.
A large cellar has access stairs internally and external access at ground level. This provides very useful storage and was historically used as a comprehensive wine cellar.
This well-maintained property has benefited from sound management over many years and appears in very good condition. The wooden windows were all replaced about 10 years ago and now benefit from secondary glazing for added warmth. There is also modern private drainage to a treatment plant within the grounds. There is ample private parking but no garage.

The Oast House


This striking building is adjacent to the farmhouse and is grade II listed. It is believed to date from the early 17th Century and was originally used for hop drying. This has now been imaginatively converted to create a two bedroomed ancillary dwelling with an impressive vaulted sitting room and feature fireplace.
The Oast House is currently let and provides a useful option for ancillary accommodation or an independent investment with a good rental income. Access to this property is from the shared rear drive and therefore occupation need not compromise the privacy of the farmhouse.
Access is via the rear entrance drive to Slatch Farm with parking available adjacent to the property.
Drainage is via a shared modern treatment plant with the neighbouring Hay Barn.

The Outside


The property sits in mature, sheltered gardens of about 1 acre. The garden comprises a formal lawn, mature shrubbed borders and a "secret" water garden. There are also two old cider presses on display.
The main entrance drive is off the Coddington lane with a second rear drive shared with the remaining Slatch Farm barn conversions, located behind this property.

Additional Land

There is pastureland adjacent to this property that may be available to purchase or rent. There is a 3.30 acre fenced paddock on the opposite side of the lane that is available by separate negotiation.

Property Occupation

Both the Farmhouse and The Oast House are tenanted under assured shorthold tenancies. Appropriate notices have been served to enable both properties to be vacated by 8 August 2021.

Services

Mains electricity and water. Private drainage to a modern treatment plant. Oil fired central heating with recently fitted Worcester Bosch combi boilers.

Broadband

Standard landline broadband is connected.

Council Tax

The Farmhouse is rated band "G" (c. £3,250 pa), The Oast House is classed as ancillary accommodation.

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.

Listing

The Oast House (only) is Grade II Listed. The farmhouse is not classed as curtilage listed.

EPC

The Farmhouse & The Oast House are each rated "E".

Schools


Primary: Bosbury, Colwall, Eastnor & Ledbury. Secondary: Ledbury. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Independent: Colwall, Malvern, Worcester, Hereford and Cheltenham all have some outstanding independent schools. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk

Local

Bosbury has a Church, primary school, parish hall and village pub. Nearby, the village of Colwall provides a range of useful amenities, including a Church, a good pre-school nursey, a butcher, village store, post office, an hotel and a several pubs. The nearby market town of Ledbury provides a comprehensive range of domestic, retail and leisure facilities as well as a Cottage Hospital, doctors' surgery, Market Theatre and railway station. More extensive retail and cultural opportunities are available in Hereford, Worcester and Cheltenham.

Recreational

The renowned Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, provide a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities. The Three Counties Showground (8 miles) hosts a wide variety of year-round events from national gardens shows, concerts & antique fairs to agricultural & equestrian events. There is also a leisure & spa complex within easy reach, a tennis club and golf club (Worcestershire Golf Club). The nearby market town of Ledbury is home to a well-known annual Poetry Festival and Eastnor Castle, only a short drive away, is seasonally open to the public.

Postcode

HR8 1JS

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Directions

From Ledbury: head north from the station on the Bromyard Road (B4214) for 3¼ miles, passing through Staplow, bear right onto the B4220 to and through Bosbury for 1½ miles, take the first right turn after the village and Bosbury House Farm, signed to Colwall. After 1/3rd mile, fork right on a sharp left bend. Continue downhill to the T junction, turn left and proceed about 150 metres - follow the road as it bears right, the Farmhouse is directly on your left-hand side. Continue a short distance for the entrance drive next on your left side.

Viewings

By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341. Initial viewings will be conducted on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. The Oast House will be available to view on second visits. Please speak to Tom Grant for any further information on 07765 230789.

Agents Notes

Agents Notes Grant & Co 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 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. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.