Colliers Farm, Broxwood, Herefordshire with land
Guide Price - £975,000 Sold - Subject To Contract
Set well away from main roads in a tucked away and tranquil location, a spacious and unique half-timbered detached house, protected by its own gardens and grounds which extend to 3 acres, together with garaging, coach house and spring fed pool.
- A tucked away tranquil location
- Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room
- Four comfortable bedrooms
- Wonderful family living room/dining room
- Beautiful character
- Beautifully protected by it's own land - Ideal for pets and quiet family living
- The magical settings offers privacy and protection
- Long sweeping drive and providing a haven for wildlife
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Notes and Comments:
Situation and description
Colliers Farm is a hidden gem that lies in northwest Herefordshire, in a truly rural location. Although hidden away there a range of services within easy driving distance at the nearby villages of Weobley, Pembridge and Lyonshall, with more extensive facilities at the market towns of Kington, Leominster and Hay on Wye, as well as the cathedral city of Hereford (15 miles).
This interesting house has been greatly improved by the current owner with the addition of mains water, an upgraded drainage system, and improved utility space which add to double glazing and a modern heating system, to now offer very comfortable and spacious living accommodation which is also full of character and charm. There is also huge potential to convert an attached barn into additional accommodation if required and a separate coach house/ barn has stables and a first-floor loft and again offers scope for a variety of uses. The magical setting offers privacy and protection, and the gardens are generous with plenty of space for a growing family to explore.
On arrival a porch and oak front door lead into a welcoming and spacious reception hall and then a large L-shaped, living dining room with plenty of space for entertaining whilst enjoying attractive views over the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is a good size and includes a 4 oven Aga, single drainer sink unit, plenty of cupboard space, direct access to outside and a walk-in pantry. The main sitting room then offers plenty of space to sit and relax and is full of atmosphere and character and includes a large stone inglenook fireplace with wood burner, and bay windows overlooking the front and rear gardens. The ground floor accommodation is then supported by a newly refurbished and large utility/ boot room and a useful cloakroom.
On the first floor the master suite is spacious and light and has a large dressing room as well as a good-sized bathroom. There are then three further bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom.
The property is approached from the village lane by a right of way over a long private track and then by its own private drive which leads to a large parking and turning area. Access can then be gained to a wood store and a large, attached barn/workshop 32’9 x 29’, which offers huge potential to convert into ancillary accommodation if required.
The gardens then surround the house and are laid mainly to lawn and are full of wildlife with a large spring fed pond to the front of the house and a large number of mature trees and shrubs. The gardens have been divided to create both a vegetable section and small orchard, which is securely fenced and ideal for dogs. A former coach house/barn provides additional space and overall measures 40’ x 16’ with two stables, a utility area and first floor loft/playroom.
Services and considerations
Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage and oil-fired central heating. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. The buyers are advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor.
Council Tax Band: G £3,627.77
EPC Band: Energy Rating D valid until 15 July 2025
Tenure : Freehold
Rights of Way
All prospective purchasers are advised to clarify matters relating to rights of way with their Solicitor.
These Particulars are offered on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this Company. Neither these Particulars nor related correspondence, nor oral representations, form part of any offer or contract and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
Prospective purchasers: Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers. A picture ID and a separate address ID together with proof of funding.
Proceed out of Hereford on the A438 before turning right towards Kington onto the A480. Continue for approximately eight miles passing through Norton Canon and continue towards Kington at the staggered crossroads. After a further mile turn right for Broxwood and just before reaching the village turn right onto a track which will lead you to Colliers Farm.
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