A substantial property full of charm and character, situated in a sought after village and benefitting from an additional detached barn
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Horseyard House enjoys a great position within Evenjobb and is one of the most impressive houses in the village. It is built predominantly of stone with a timber framed extension to the rear all set under a slate roof. It is slightly elevated from the lane that runs through the village and in all presents a wonderful package. Believed to originally date from the 17th Century, it underwent a thorough renovation by previous owners. The house has retained many original features including sash windows to the front elevation, exposed stonework and beams. From the central courtyard there is extensive parking and the property is entered via an attractive entrance hall. The kitchen with its four oven Aga is one of the main features of the home with well fitted oak units and granite work surfaces. It has a wonderful garden/family room located directly off. Steps lead to the dining room with its oak flooring, inglenook fireplace and high ceilings. The drawing room has a large sash window overlooking the garden to the front and is of generous proportions. The first floor is approached via the main staircase or back staircase from the rear hall and utility. The principal bedroom enjoys fine views over the gardens towards surrounding hills and has an en suite bathroom. A further six bedrooms can be found and are served by two family bathrooms, one having a separate shower.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Listing: The property is listed as Grade II Council tax: Band G Local authority: Powys County Council Fixtures and fittings: Only those 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.
This property has 1 acres of land.
Horseyard House sits in mature gardens set back from the lane via a stone wall and mature hedging, providing a good deal of privacy. There is an attractive terrace off the sun room to the south and off the courtyard a delightful area of garden with gravel walkways, a small pond and areas of lawn surrounded by herbaceous borders. The main gardens lie to the front and eastern side of the house where it is predominantly laid to lawn with herbaceous flower beds interspersed by a number of trees, providing privacy. There is a kitchen garden. To the rear of the house there is a generous stone and timber barn which has been well kept and improved by the current owners, providing excellent storage and garaging over two floors. This offers tremendous potential for further uses subject to the relevant consents and planning.
Horseyard House is situated in the quiet location of Evenjobb on the Welsh borders within a short walk of Offas Dyke and within a peaceful village location with rural views in most directions. Presteigne, the old county town of Radnorshire, is about three miles away. It has an active community with primary and secondary schools, a surgery, a library, a range of shops, public houses, hotels and restaurants, together with leisure facilities. The popular town of Ludlow is approximately 20 miles away and has an excellent range of shops and services and is famed for its exquisite architecture and regular festivals.
From Knighton take the A44 signposted Rhayader. In the village of Walton turn right onto the B4357 signposted Evenjobb. After two miles turn right into the village, bear left and opposite the old shp[ is the drive to Horseyard House. From Presteigne take the B4362 signposted Old Radnor, after about three miles turn right, signposted Evenjobb. Before taking the first right turn past the old shop and opposite the post office is the drive to Horseyard House.Read all
- Kitchen/breakfast room with adjacent utility
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Garden room
- Office with adjacent store, kitchenette & WC
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 6 Further bedrooms and 2 further bathrooms
- Large stone barn of over 2700 sqft
- About 1 acre of gardens and grounds
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