Robinscroft, Sutton St. Nicholas, Herefordshire, HR1 3AZ
An extended, detached period house with detached barn/annexe, enclosed gardens and carports/workshop Garden Offers Over £475,000
Key Features
  • Attractively presented house with origins dating from the 1700s (1,761 sq ft)
  • 4 double bedrooms, family bathroom, downstairs W.C
  • 3/4 reception rooms, kitchen, utility room. Enclosed, private gardens and patio area
  • Large detached barn/annexe/office, ample parking, carports and workshop

Summary of Features

Attractively presented house with origins dating from the 1700s (1,761 ft²)
4 double bedrooms, family bathroom, downstairs W.C
3/4 reception rooms, kitchen with island, utility room
Large detached barn/annexe/office, ample parking, barn offering carports and workshop
Enclosed, private gardens and patio area



Mileages: Hereford 4 miles, Leominster 10½ miles, Ledbury 15 miles, Worcester 25 ½ miles.
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 19½ miles, M5 (Jct 7) 27½ miles
Railway: Hereford 3½ miles
Airport: Birmingham 63 miles


This property is located in a central location of the very popular village of Sutton St Nicholas in north-east Herefordshire, yet is just a short drive from the City of Hereford. Robinscroft benefits from the surrounding area being characterised by attractive countryside, traditional farms and is renowned for its scenic and unspoilt rural appeal. The nearby villages of Marden, Moreton-on-Lugg and Bodenham provide a range of local shops with Hereford offering access to a wider range of amenities including the Old Market shopping and leisure complex, railway station, plus links via the A417 to Gloucester, Worcester and the M5 network.


The oldest part of Robinscroft is believed to date from the 1700s and made of timber framed construction with a significant Edwardian red-brick addition in the early 1900s. This attractive house, which is situated in a conservation area and was once the village post-office and shop, is beautifully presented retains some original features to include traditional beams and sash windows, all of which have been re-conditioned.

From the spacious hall-way, is access to a timber framed dining room (in the oldest part of the property) and a W.C, and access to the former dining room, now opened through to the sitting room.
There is a light and airy sitting room with fireplace and space for a wood-burning stove. Adjacent to this is a second reception room with options for either a snug, study or family room.
The modern fitted kitchen has a central-island and ample storage. There is an adjoining utility room with access to the garden via a stable door.
On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms; a good size landing; a family bathroom and a large walk in storage cupboard.

The Outside

To the front of the property is ample off road parking for several cars and leads up to the 3 bay barn offering covered storage for at least 2 cars with the 3rd bay being a secure workshop.
The main garden is fully enclosed, predominantly laid to lawn complemented by mature shrubs and herbaceous borders. There is also an attractive patio area with original well and hand pump.
The remaining barn/annexe offers another 1,059 ft² of useful space. Half is currently a large storage/party room with a vaulted ceiling, the other half offers a garden room, sitting room/office with W/C and stairs to a first floor kitchen/breakfast room. This barn offers a huge amount of scope for a number of different uses subject to the correct planning permission.


Mains electricity, water & drainage, gas fired central heating (new boiler installed January 2018 with 5-year British Gas guarantee).


Available and connected.

Council Tax

'E' (£2,194.73 2018/19)

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000


This property is not listed.


Rated "E".

General Information:



Sutton Primary Academy and Marden Primary Academy, Further information is available at:


Aylestone Business & Enterprise College, St Mary's Roman Catholic High School and Bishop of Hereford Bluecoat School. In addition is the exceptional Hereford Sixth Form College, winner of the 2016 TES FE Awards. For further information, please visit the above websites.


Hereford, Malvern and Worcester. Further information is available at:


Sutton St Nicholas provides a range of amenities, including The Golden Cross pub. You will also find an Academy Primary School, two pretty churches dating back to medieval times, as well as a village hall, which hosts regular events such as keep fit classes and a cycle club. The local bus also runs through the village. Just a short drive, Hereford City offers an extensive range of facilities, including, an abundance of shops, several supermarkets, theatre, cinema and many restaurants.


Herefordshire offers a huge choice of activities and sports; golf, fishing, canoeing on the Wye, cycling, horse riding and walking. Further attractions to explore in Herefordshire include Hampton Court Castle and Gardens plus National Trust properties. Hereford City, the surrounding market towns and rural villages all have characters of their own and offer a wide choice of historic buildings, museums and cultural activities and are an ideal place to potter and sample traditional Herefordshire hospitality. Hereford is home to the Chain Library and the Mappa Mundi. Racing is available at Hereford, Ludlow, Worcester and Cheltenham with cross country courses at Upper Sapey. The Three Counties Showground at Malvern hosts a wide variety of year-round events; from national garden shows, concerts and many rural events.


Postcode: HR1 3AZ

From Hereford

Travel north from the Aylestone Hill on the A465. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit signposted to Bodenham and Sutton St Nicholas. Follow the road for approximately 2½ miles to the centre of Sutton St Nicholas and as you pass the Golden Cross pub and then the cross roads, Robinscroft is found on the third property on the right.


By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.

Agent's Notes:

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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.

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