Senior Associate Director, Residential AgencyLudlow Estate Agents
Colliers Farm is a detached timber framed black-and-white family home offering more than 3,000 sq. ft. of flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. Period features include exposed wall and ceiling beams and an original inglenook fireplace. The ground floor accommodation opens from a porch into a generous sitting room with a door to the attached barn and a large L-shaped family/dining room with a door to an inner hall and useful cloakroom. The spacious central kitchen/breakfast room adjacent, has a range of units including a large central island, wooden worktops, a four-oven Aga, modern integrated appliances and a larder. Also on the ground floor is a beautiful drawing room with an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, as well as a generous utility room. The first floor provides a spacious principal bedroom with full-height rear aspect picture window, dressing room and modern en- suite bathroom, two further generous double bedrooms, a well-proportioned office/bedroom 4 and a modern family bathroom.
Local Authority: Herefordshire Council Services: Mains electricity and water are connected, private drainage, oil fired central heating Council Tax: G Fixtures and Fittings: Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Tenure: Freehold Offers Over: £1,000,000
This property has 2.93 acres of land.
The property is approached over a sweeping drive providing parking for multiple vehicles. Extending to some 2.93 acres, the garden surrounding the property is laid mainly to lawn and interspersed with mature specimen trees, bordered by attractive planting and features numerous seating areas, a summer house and large pond - the whole enjoying far-reaching views over surrounding countryside. Together with the 32 ft. L-shaped barn attached to the main house, the property also benefits from a detached two-storey brick-built barn adjacent to the terrace and extending to almost 1,300 sq. ft.
As part of an upgrade programme considerable work has already been carried out to the property. Phase 1 has been completed and includes the installation of a new and relocated oil tank, a new septic tank and a mains water supply from the highway. The adjacent outbuilding has been upgraded and converted. Inside the main house, a new utility room has been created with external access to the garden. Phase 2 of the upgrade is to develop the partially converted barn, which is attached to the main house, by creating a double height sitting room and 2 additional bedrooms. Architects concept drawings are available, together with recent ecology surveys. Agreement in principle to this development has also been given by the local Planning Authority.
Broxwood is a scenic rural north Herefordshire hamlet, home to Broxwood Court gardens and surrounded by miles of rolling countryside. The nearby picturesque village of Pembridge has a thriving community spirit and offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including a village hall, shop, restaurant, two public houses, tea room, farm shop and popular primary school. More extensive amenities including supermarkets, schooling and leisure facilities can be found in the market towns of Kington and Leominster. Hay-on-Wye is only a short drive, offering interesting shops, cafes and the well known literary festival. The Cathedral city of Hereford provides all the amenities one would expect, and a direct train to London in under 3 hrs. The property sits around 10 miles from the Welsh border and enjoys excellent national communication links via the nearby A44 to Worcester and the M5, and the A49 linking the county town of Shrewsbury in the north to the cathedral city of Hereford in the south and Leominster train station, which is on the main line Cardiff to Manchester with good connections to Birmingham and London. The area offers a good selection of state schooling including Pembridge C of E Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) together with a wide range of independent schools including Lucton, Hereford Cathedral School, Bedstone College and Moor Park.
From Leominster, follow the A44 west bound for 5.3 miles, continue onto A4112 then after 4 miles turn right signposted to Pembridge and Broxwood. After 0.1 mile take the left in the fork, then after 1.7 miles at the T junction, turn right. After 0.2 mile, the track to Colliers Farm can be found on the right-hand side. Continue on this to the end, and to the property.Read all