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Hurstley House Farm
Hurstley House Farm, Kinnersley, Hereford, , HR3 6PD
Impressive period farmhouse with large outbuilding and smart garaging, set in a peaceful location 2.09 Acres Guide price £1,100,000
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Key Features
  • Well presented, spacious 4 bed/2 bathroom, Listed farmhouse (3,092 sq ft)
  • Kitchen, utility/boot room, WC, 3 receptions, study, cellar
  • Listed period barn with potential, new 4 bay garage
  • Attractive gardens, adjacent paddock, ample parking

Summary of Features


Well presented, spacious 4 bed, 2 bathroom Listed farmhouse (3,092 sq ft)
Everhot country style kitchen, utility/boot room, WC
3 receptions, study, cellar
Large, Listed period barn with potential
Smart new 4 bay garage with ample parking
Attractive gardens and adjacent paddock

Location


Mileages: Almley 2 miles, Eardisley 21/2 miles, Weobley 41/2 miles, Kington 8 miles, Leominster 12 miles, Hay-on-Wye 11 miles, Hereford <15 Miles, Ludlow 24 miles, Brecon 26 miles, Monmouth 33 miles
Road Links: M50 (Jct 3) 29 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 41 miles, (Jct 8) 44 miles.
Railway: Leominster, Hereford
Airports: Cardiff & Birmingham within 79 miles, Bristol (84 miles)

Acreage

In all 2.09 Acres.

Situation

The pretty black & white village of Kinnersley is situated in the beautiful Wye Valley in Herefordshire, within the area known as the Welsh Marches. This area is renowned for being unspoilt, characterised by period cottages and farms and is on the renowned "Black & White trail", which also includes the villages of Eardisley, Weobley and Kington, all within easy reach. The market town of Leominster is only 12 miles away and the Cathedral City of Hereford is also a short and pleasant drive away, where there are good road and rail links to the rest of the country.

Hurstley House Farm


This substantial period house dates from the later 1500's and oozes character and charm. With a generous floor area, this attractive property provides a very comfortable living environment.
Sympathetically modernised by the current vendors, this property has been eased into the 21st century whilst maintaining its character and style.
The triple aspect country style kitchen is centred around an Everhot range cooker incorporating an induction hob. This very light room is complemented by exposed timber floorboards.
Three reception rooms provide flexible living for all occasions with a family snug next to the kitchen and two wood burning stoves.

Hurstley House Farm (Continued)


The rear door leads to the WC, utility room and an excellent new boot room, incorporating a plant cupboard for the new hot water and heating system (re plumbed throughout the house).
Two staircases access spacious landings and the four good sized bedrooms. There are two smart new bathrooms, one at either end of the house.

The Outside


Located in a quiet rural situation, there are 3 access points off the small country lane. The main gated entrance leads to a gravelled parking area in front of the very smart new timber garage, with 2 open bays and 2 lock up garages.
Adjacent to the parking is a large traditional, timber framed barn. Currently used for storage, this building is Listed and has tremendous scope for a range of alternative uses (c. 1,700 sq ft ground floor area).
The attractive gardens extend to some 0.90 acres and consist of a variety of lawns, herbaceous borders and a secluded pond area.
Beyond the garden is an enclosed pasture paddock of some 11/4 acres, bordered by mature hedges.

Material Information

Services

Mains electricity and water. Private drainage (septic tank). Oil fired central heating.

Broadband

Gigaclear fibre broadband connected (+400 Mbps d/l).

Mobile Phone Signal

Moderate service with O2 & Vodafone.

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.

Council Tax

Band "G" (£3,828 2024/25).

Tenure

Freehold.

Construction

Timber framed with brick panels under a slate roof.

Listing

The house and traditional barn are Grade II Listed.

Planning/LB Consent

Granted for recent works.

EPC

Rated "E" with potential for "C".

Flood Risk

There is no risk of the property flooding.

Access

Direct from the public highway.

Rights of Way/Footpath

None.

Covenants

A farming water supply crosses part of this property, with rights to repair/maintain. The septic tank is located in the adjacent field and benefits from rights to access/maintain.

Farming

This property is located within a rural, farming environment and there is a working farm nearby.

Conservation Area/AONB

The property is not within an AONB or Conservation Area.

General Information

Schools


Primary: Eardisley C of E. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Secondary: Kington, Weobley, Hereford & Leominster. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Independent: Lucton, Hereford & Malvern. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk

Local

The village of Eardisley has a thriving local community with a range of good amenities, including popular tennis and croquet clubs, a children's nursery group, primary school, village store, two pubs (one of which is also a book shop, café, and sub post office), hairdresser and two garages. There is also a Church, a village hall and village green which both hold a variety of events and host various clubs within the community. Buses available to Kington, Hereford, and Leominster. The historic village of Weobley is a short drive away and has an extensive range of facilities including a general store, post office, doctor's and dental surgeries, pubs, restaurants and three churches. The market town of Leominster offers a good range of amenities, with the Cathedral City of Hereford providing a comprehensive range of educational, shopping and leisure facilities as well as a mainline rail service to London.

Recreational

Kinnersley and the surrounding area provide a wealth of outdoor sports and activities and is renowned for its excellent walking and riding in the local countryside. Almley has a cricket club and there are a range of sports clubs within easy reach in Shobdon and Leominster. Bowling club in Weobley and several golf clubs within easy reach. The renowned Hay-on Wye-Literary Festival, Ludlow and Abergavenny Food Festivals are all easily accessible.

Additional Information

Kinnersley is noted as being on the "Black & White Trail"; a route through some of the prettiest and most scenic villages in North Herefordshire.

Postcode

HR3 6PD.

Directions

From Hereford: Head west on A438 or A4103 to Stretton Sugwas. Take the A480 via Credenhill to Sarnesfield for 83/4 miles, at the T junction turn left on to the A4112. Continue 1.80 miles and just after Kinnersley Castle, turn left, continue 1/2 mile to the next small junction and turn left by the big traditional barn. The entrance gate to this property is immediately after the barn on your left side.

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Viewings

By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.

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.