A splendid former farmhouse sitting in an enviable situation

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The Old Priory is an exceptional Grade II listed property oozing with character and having ample space for family living. This historic property, believed to have origins in the 15th century, has been beautifully restored and now offers fabulous accommodation throughout.

The welcoming entrance hall gives access to a well-proportioned sitting room, with original inglenook fireplace fitted and a wood burning stove. Its dual dual aspect creating wonderful views over the garden. The same can be said as of the windows in the dining room - an equally impressive room, with both spaces having stunning exposed wall and ceiling timbers. The house is linked to the barn accommodation by a striking oak framed kitchen/breakfast room, with floor to ceiling glazing to two sides and double doors leading out to the courtyard. This room has modern fitted units, a large island with breakfast bar seating, range cooker and wood burning stove. Beyond is the study, utility room and cloakroom. A door in the study gives access to the remainder of the barn, whilst stairs rise to an en-suite bedroom.

To the first floor of the main house there are three double bedrooms. The principal bedroom having a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room. The two further bedrooms are serviced by the large family bathroom.

Local Authority: Herefordshire Services: Mains electricity, drainage and water. LPG heating. Council Tax: Band E 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.

Outside

A sweeping driveway, flanked by well-tended lawns, leads to the front of the property and on to several outbuildings, including a large barn with attached store rooms, a wood store, garage and carport. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and are clearly loved by the current owners. The lawns are interspersed with mature trees, flower beds and seating areas. To the rear is a charming and secluded courtyard, with well-stocked flower beds having the beautiful backdrop of the timber clad barn to one side and the church to the other.

Situation

The village of Titley is set amongst rolling hills and country lanes, providing a perfect setting for excellent walking, cycling or riding. There are numerous footpaths, of particular note is Offas Dyke path and Mortimers trail. Titley is a small community with an excellent local pub and restaurant called The Stagg at Titley - the first pub in the UK to be awarded a Michelin star.

The Golf course at nearby Kington is the highest golf course in England, and Titley is just three miles from the picturesque Welsh border town of Presteigne. This characterful market town is has independent shops, cafes and restaurants lining the narrow streets including a family butchers and greengrocers. There are plenty of everyday amenities in the town, including a post office and several convenience stores. Larger supermarkets can be found in Leominster, a short drive away.

The nearest train station is in Knighton, with further stations at Craven Arms and Ludlow on the main Manchester to Cardiff line. London is accesible in a little over 3 hours.

There is good selection of well thought of state and public schooling in the area.

Directions

From Ludlow follow the B4361 over the river before turning right onto the B4362. At Mortimer's Cross proceed straight over the staggered crossroads. In Shobdon take a slight left signed to Kington/Pembridge and turn right at the next crossroads signed to Titley. In Titley the drive to the property will be on the right, just after the entrance to the Church.

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Other features

  • Hall, sitting room, dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility, cloakroom
  • Principal bedroom with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe
  • 3 further bedrooms (one with en-suite)
  • Family bathroom
  • Barn, garage and carport
  • Store rooms and office
  • Countryside views
  • Large gardens
  • Grade ll Listed

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Ref: LUD210043

Titley Kington Herefordshire HR5

Guide Price
£800,000

Ref: LUD210043

Titley Kington Herefordshire HR5

Guide Price
£800,000