A handsome stone-built farmhouse with excellent proportions, a detached coach house, gardens and a delightful village setting

Balance Farm is a substantial Grade ll Listed period farmhouse, with more than 4,000 square feet of accommodation and a variety of attractive period features. Located in the pretty village of Titley, the property has spacious accommodation arranged over three floors and would benefit from some modernisation to parts. The ground floor has a well-proportioned sitting room, with a brick-built fireplace and a wood-burning stove. There is also a generous semi open-plan drawing room and dining room, connected by an attractive wooden archway. The large kitchen has fitted wooden units to base and wall level, as well as an integrated double oven and hob, and a Rayburn. To the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms, three having en-suite shower facilities, as well as the family bathroom. Stairs rise from the landing to the second floor, where there are four rooms offering potential as further bedrooms if required, or simply as store rooms.

This property has 0.44 acres of land.

Outside

The property is approached over a tarmac drive leading to the side of the house, where there is plenty of parking space and access to the coach house. This substantial building (which previously had planning permission for conversion into a 3 bedroom dwelling – now lapsed) provides covered parking and a wealth of usable space, for either storage, or as a workshop or studio. The garden to the front has a large paved terrace and beyond the driveway, an area of lawn with established shrubs and mature trees. To the rear there is a gravelled area with the majority of garden being lawn with a few shrubs and mature trees.

Situation

Balance Farm is located in the small village of Titley, surrounded by beautiful Herefordshire countryside. The rolling hills and country lanes provide the perfect setting for excellent walking, cycling or riding. The village is a small community with a local pub, and is just over three miles from the picturesque Welsh border town of Presteigne, which has a variety of independent shops lining the narrow streets. There are also plenty of everyday amenities in the town, including a post office and several convenience stores. Larger supermarkets can be found in Leominster, Kington and Hereford a short drive away.

Directions

WHAT3WORDS///templates.textiles.sooner will give directions to the drive. 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 continue through the village, pass The Stagg Inn and turn right onto Eywood Lane. You will find the entrance to Balance Farm almost immediately on your right-hand side

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Other features

  • Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 6 Bedrooms, 3 en-suite, family bathroom
  • Cloakroom, WC, stores, cellar rooms
  • Separate coach house (previously had planning permission for a 3 bedroom annexe)
  • Gardens
  • About 0.44 acres

Other details

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Ref: LUD210116

Titley Kington Herefordshire HR5

Guide Price
£800,000

Ref: LUD210116

Titley Kington Herefordshire HR5

Guide Price
£800,000