- 6 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 receptions
A modernised period farmhouse, 28 acres and converted barn
Farm House Farm
Farm House Farm has been lovingly and carefully refurbished and extended by the current owners. The property which is Grade II is originally of stone construction with a subsequent timber extension. The property boasts bright and spacious accommodation with wonderful attention to detail and Oak joinery.
The bespoke kitchen has a good range of wall and base units along with a beautiful dresser and ample dining space. The Aga provides a traditional homely feel whilst four large windows ensure an abundance of natural light and space. The formal dining room is accessed through impressive double doors from the main entrance hall and boasts oak flooring and dual aspect windows overlooking the attractive gardens.
Farm House Barn The stone built barn has been converted and completely transformed by the current owners into an attractive and spacious property. Currently rented out as a holiday home generating an impressive yearly income however it could suit a variety of other purposes subject to consents. The conversion seamlessly combines the character and charm of exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers whilst contemporary fittings add everyday comfort. There is extensive use of glass and were possible vaulted ceilings creating an impressive, light and airy feel throughout. The main door opens directly into the spacious kitchen/dining room which has a double height ceiling along with dual aspect windows. The kitchen/dining room has granite work tops and a large island unit / breakfast area leaving ample space to ensure all day entertaining. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a further cosy snug/family room located just off the kitchen with a log burner, and a further sitting room along with a games room/garden room. The barn offers extensive and extremely flexible accommodation.
There are six bedrooms located over the three floors all with character and four bathrooms in total. The bathrooms all benefit from under floor heating which is also on the ground floor.
The Granary The brick built granary is a detached selfcontained one bedroom house. On the ground floor is a kitchen with breakfast bar and a separate reception room. There is a first floor bedroom and adjacent shower room.
This property has 28 acres of land.
Located down a private road Farm House Farm sits in an elevated position enjoying fabulous far-reaching views. There is ample parking to the main house and additional outbuildings. The Wain Barn comprises a large barn along with a workshop and five bay car port. There is also a modern greenhouse located at one end nearest the house.
The current owners have been instrumental in the revival of the fortunes of the picturesque garden. The garden wraps around the house and provides a vibrant mix of colourful borders and areas of lawn. There is a range of independent outside dining areas offering superb views of the Golden Valley.
The owners have created an extensive orchard and a productive vegetable garden. There are three paddocks and in total the grazing land is approximately 17 acres with a further 9.5 acres of broad leaf woodland.
Boasting a commanding and elevated position in west Herefordshire, Farm House Farm enjoys view over the Golden Valley and glorious countryside and is set in a stunning and rural location and yet is extremely accessible. Abbey Dore is located on the River Dore close to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains.
The village is home to Abbey Dore Court Gardens along with a popular farm shop. The nearby village of Peterchurch has a number of local amenities, whilst the cathedral city of Hereford is within easy reach and has a bustling high street along with excellent recreational facilities.
Further afield is the large spa town of Cheltenham on the edge of the Cotswolds. A range of public and private schools are found in Monmouth, Hereford, Malvern, Cheltenham and Worcester.
The property is well placed for access to the surrounding commercial centres. Railway stations are located in Hereford and Abergavenny. Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff international airports offer regular national and international flights. The national motorway network is within easy reach via the M50 and M5 respectively.
From Hereford head south on the A49 turning onto the A465 proceed through Belmont before bearing right onto the B4349. After approximately 2.5 miles turn right on to the B4348 continue for approximate 3 miles before turning left on to the B4347, Farm House Farm is located on the left hand side after approximately 2 miles indicated by the name plaque.
- • Main House: Drawing room, Dining room Kitchen breakfast room, Utility room, Cloakroom
- • Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, 5 Further bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
- • Farm House Barn: Kitchen/Dining room, Snug, Sitting room, Garden room, Utility room
- • 6 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
- • The Granary: Sitting room, Kitchen Bedroom, Bathroom
- • Wain Barn: Green House, Barn, Workshop with mezzanine, Five bay garage
- • Land: About 28 acres in total (including 17 acres of grazing, 9.5 acres of woodland)
This plan is for layout guidance only. Not drawn to scale unless stated. Windows and door openings are approximate. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the plan, please check all dimensions, shapes and compass bearings before making any decisions reliant upon them.