Summary of Features
Immaculate and beautifully presented Farmhouse dating back to c. 1620 (2,739 ft²)
3 reception rooms, Aga kitchen, entrance hall, internal hall, lower g/floor laundry room
3 large double bedrooms, 2 with en-suite bath/shower rooms and family bathroom
1 bedroom detached cottage (442 ft²) with its own courtyard garden
Garden terrace with stunning views, pond and young woodland
68 acres of good, stock-fenced pastureland, 40m x 20m manège
Excellent and versatile range of agricultural outbuildings with potential
Mileages: Bromyard 3 miles, Leominster 11 miles, Hereford 13 miles, Ledbury & Malvern 14½ miles, Worcester 17½ miles, Gloucester 32 miles, Cheltenham 37½ miles, Birmingham 45 miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 20 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 20 miles
Railway: Leominster, Hereford, Ledbury & Malvern
Airport: Birmingham (55 miles), Bristol (75½ miles), Heathrow (125 miles)
In all about 68 Acres
Surrounded by open countryside, New House Farm is an attractive stone-built farmhouse, situated within its own plot, with garden and land extending to approximately 68 acres. The property has been tastefully extended and refurbished, and includes a detached cottage and a variety of good outbuildings. New House Farm is very quietly located, and enjoys beautiful views over its own land and distant views to Wales. The historic market town of Bromyard is close by and the property is conveniently located within easy travelling distances to further well-known market towns and cities in the area, which offer additional retail, educational and cultural amenities. This part of Herefordshire, which lies close to the Worcestershire border, is known for its traditional farms, undulating countryside and orchards, which provide a wonderful living environment.
The farmhouse and cottage have both been finished to a high standard throughout, with fine attention to detail, including bespoke hand-forged door latches, kitchen cupboard handles and external metal railings, bespoke-made internal doors, ceramic floor tiles, etc.
A beautiful bespoke Pippy Oak kitchen is complemented by a central island finished with granite work-surfaces, oil fired Aga and integrated appliances, and opens out to a large, family/dining room enjoying wonderful views over the land with direct access to the raised terrace; a perfect combination for both family and entertaining.
Cosy sitting room with stone-built inglenook fireplace and wood-burner, and separate snug/tv/children's room.
An internal hall provides a potential, additional reception room, with a lower ground floor utility/laundry room having direct access to the garden.
Superb Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom finished with distinctive glass tiles, free-standing bath and separate shower; bespoke fitted storage/wardrobes. Two further good-sized double bedrooms.
The property has retained some lovely original features, such as exposed beams, brickwork and stonework.
New House Farm is approached via a private driveway leading to an extensive, tarmac hardstanding area/yard and parking for an ample number of vehicles and suitable for larger vehicles such as horse lorries, etc.
Several large agricultural barns and outbuildings perfect for business use (subject to permission), including equestrian, smallholding, car enthusiasts, etc., or simply for one's own personal enjoyment.
Buildings comprise: Steel Portal Frame outbuilding 18m x 16.5m; Garage 7.1m x 17.8m; Open fronted barn 5.3m x 5.7m; Store room 8.77m x 5m; Old dairy/Feed room/Outdoor utility 4.9m x 4.5m.
Outdoor manège 40m x 20m (requires resurfacing), large enclosed chicken run.
68 acres of good pasture land, incorporating young woodland and a large wildlife pond.
Extremely quiet and private location with stunning views over its own land and across to Wales.
Mains electricity. Mains water, plus borehole. Private drainage (Klargester). Oil fired central heating, including under-floor heating throughout the House and electric heating in the cottage. Oil fired Aga.
Broadband is connected.
Main House Band "E" (£2,428.25; 2019/20). Cottage Band "A" (£1,324.50; 2019/20).
Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.
This property is Grade II Listed.
Exempt due to Listed status.
Single Farm Payments of £5,000 per annum will be included within the sale.
Primary: Bromyard, Brockhampton, Bredenbury & Pencombe. Further information available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Secondary: Bromyard. Further information available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Independent: Malvern, Hereford, Worcester and Cheltenham all have some excellent Independent schools. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk
Bromyard offers a good range of facilities to meet most domestic requirements; including a supermarket, acclaimed butcher/farm shop, theatre, leisure centre, doctor's surgery and community hospital. More extensive retail & cultural amenities are available at Hereford, Ledbury, Malvern, Worcester and Birmingham.
Many fine walks along the Frome Valley, Bromyard Downs and through the Brockhampton Estate (National Trust), with the Malvern Hills only a short distance away. The area offers ample outdoor pursuits and sports clubs, including Bromyard Rugby and Cricket Clubs. There are also a variety of festivals and events held regularly within the locality and surrounding areas.
: New House Farm benefits from excellent outriding over its own land and The Three Rivers Ride bridleway a short distance away. The region is renowned for its strong equestrian industry; Kings Equestrian Centre (1½ miles) is host to a series of year-round competitions. The Three Counties Showground and Hartpury College are within easy driving distance. Racecourses are at Hereford, Worcester and Cheltenham.
Further thought has been given specifically to our canine friends, with separate "dog room" and dog shower room (lower ground floor) and internal kennel with dog run. The "dog room" has potential for other uses, such as an additional storage/boot room, tack room, etc.
From M5 (Jct 7) take the A4440/A44 towards Bromyard and Leominster. Upon entering Bromyard, travel uphill on the high street, take the A465 left towards Hereford. When entering the village of Stoke Lacy, take the right turn signposted to Bredenbury, before the Plough Inn/Wye Valley Brewery. Continue for about 1½ miles and the entrance to the property will be on the left hand side.
From Hereford take the A465 towards Bromyard and turn left at McColls store, then take the first right signposted Pencombe. After about 1½ miles, turn left signposted Stoke Lacy, and the property will be found after about 200m on the right hand side.
By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.
Grant & Co and their clients give notice that:
1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.