Former Mill House with traditional outbuildings, situated in a very rural and secluded position with land and gardens to about 8 Acres


Key Features

  • Detached, stone Mill House (1,752 Sq Ft) with traditional features
  • 3 double bedrooms; 2 reception rooms
  • Beautiful gardens, paddocks & woodland
  • 2 traditional period barns

7.80 Acres


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Property Description

Summary of Features

Detached, stone Mill House (1,752 Sq Ft) with traditional features
3 double bedrooms; family bathroom with shower
Sitting room with wood burner and window seat
Rustic country kitchen with Rayburn stove
Rear reception room, boot room & large walk in pantry
2 traditional period barns, paddocks & woodland

Situation

Linton Mill is set in a unique rural position, just 1½ miles away from the historic market town of Bromyard, yet tucked away in a very private and secluded location. The property is also ½ mile from the hamlet of Stanford Bishop, where you will receive a warm welcome in the ‘The Pink Pub’ (aka The Herefordshire House).   Bringsty Common is close by, with its stunning 220 acres of common land, café & pub. This property is also well placed for the cities of Hereford and Worcester, offering wider retail, educational and cultural amenities.

Linton Mill

Dating back to the early 1800’s (not listed), this intriguing property is set in an unusual countryside location, offering peace and tranquillity but requiring 4 wheel drive access.
Three spacious bedrooms are arranged on 2 floors, with a generous bathroom and shower plus airing cupboard
The cosy sitting room benefits from a wood burning stove and pretty window seat overlooking the well- established and natural cottage garden
From the rustic country kitchen, stone steps lead to a smaller reception room overlooking Linton Brook
The property benefits from a large pantry and boot room, with a variety of original features

The Outside

Linton Mill is set in a rural and private situation, with 7.8 acres of paddocks, woodland & picturesque garden
Linton Brook runs through the land, with a rich variety of wildlife, including kingfishers & the occasional otter
Many native woodland plants thrive in the beautiful gardens, further enhanced by the brook
An impressive stone barn (in good condition) offers a fantastic opportunity for development (subject to the usual pp) with another more rustic barn adjacent to the yard
Surrounded by undulating countryside and delightful woodland, Linton Mill offers a pastoral and serene living environment

Access

Linton Mill is currently accessed across farmland. This is via a right of way over a hard track, then across an open field to a bridge, thereafter entering owned land. Plans area afoot to install a new access roadway off Burley Lane but this has yet to be formalised. Please speak to the agent for further detail. There will be additional cost to initiate this new route.

Services

Mains water & electricity, septic tank drainage & solid fuel Rayburn (heating & hot water)

Broadband

Currently available with modest speed

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.

Council Tax

Band “E”; (£2037.17 2017/18).

EPC

Rated "G"

Listing

This property is not listed

Footpath

There are 2 footpaths crossing the property, see the sale plan.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Schools

Secondary

Bromyard (Queen Elizabeth). Further information available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk

Independent

Malvern, Hereford & Worcester have some excellent independent schools. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk

Primary

Brockhampton, Bromyard, Bredenbury & Pencombe

Local

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 in Malvern, Worcester and Birmingham.

Recreational

Many fine walks on Bringsty Common, Bromyard Downs and through the Brockhampton Estate (National Trust) with its semi-moated medieval manor house, with the Malvern Hills also only a short distance away. The area offers a variety of outdoor pursuits and sports clubs, including Bromyard Rugby, Cricket and Archery Clubs. There are also a variety of festivals and events held regularly within the locality and surrounding areas.

Equestrian

The area has strong equestrian interest with Kings Equestrian Centre (5 miles) offering superb facilities as a purpose built competition and training venue, hosting a range of events throughout the year. Hartpury College, The Three Counties Showground, and Tack Farm Show Centre are also a short distance away. Cross Country Courses are also in Upper Sapey and Ledbury.

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