7 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Grantsfield Farm, Kimbolton, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6

7 Bedroom Detached House - £1,000,000

Grantsfield Farm, Kimbolton, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6

First listed on: 10th July 2020

Nearest stations: Leominster (1.8 mi)Ludlow (9.2 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01568 611661

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Property Features

  • Elevated rural setting with far reaching views
  • Development potential
  • Water to paddocks
  • Renovated to a high standard
  • Stables

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

Tucked away in the North Herefordshire countryside this property is surrounded by its own land totalling approximately 10 acres. Sat in an elevated position overlooking the countryside are some of the best views in the County.

Located between the historic market town of Ludlow and Cathedral City of Hereford the home is well situated to peacefully enjoy country life whilst being only a short drive to amenities including schools, shopping and entertainment. More locally there are further amenities in the market towns of Leominster and Tenbury Wells famous for their independent shops, eateries, cinema and train station. On your doorstep is the village of Kimbolton which has a popular public house which serves food, village hall, highly rated primary school and church.

Before you arrive at the property you are impressed with the long sweeping drive that takes you either directly to the farmhouse or 2 bedroom annex. Upon your arrival you are drawn to see what the house has to offer with its imposing stone facade, however first the panoramic rural views spanning miles are a must to take in.

Entering the principal dwelling, you walk through an immaculate fenced courtyard with feature well through the doorway into the large utility area. This room provides ample storage and functionality to the home with wash basin and Rayburn. Beyond the utility is the substantial sitting room with feature fireplace and period features throughout wrapping up the stairs. Beyond this you have the formal entrance hall, cloakroom and access into the second reception room with fireplace and double French doors leading out to the south facing patio entertaining area. With high ceilings throughout, the home is impressive and continues to be in the kitchen dining room which is able to accommodate a large farmhouse dining table ideal for family gatherings whilst also highlighting its charm with exposed beams.

The first floor comprises of two substantial landing areas supplying great space and access to all rooms. There are five double bedrooms, four of which have views to die for, showcasing exactly why you should move to Herefordshire. Having been substantially renovated there are four bathrooms offering great facilities for a large family or guests visiting. The master bedroom is a great size, also having an en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobe.

The converted cider barn to the rear of the farmhouse can be accessed by a separate driveway which sweeps around the side of the property to the rear, where there is the separate entrance door and enclosed patio area. Moving into the property, the space and quality finish on offer here converted in 2010 as designated on the stonework at the top of the building is a pleasure to see.

The ground floor has a modern kitchen next to a large living room with two aspects of light from a window and double French doors, which lead out to the south facing garden providing a wonderful place to enjoy. The entrance hallway gives access to the kitchen breakfast room, a modern bright space and the cloakroom. From the hall the stairs rise to the landing which has a double bedroom on either side. Both bedrooms have modern en-suite shower rooms.

Set away from the principal house is the steel frame dutch barn which has lapsed planning permission granted to convert into a 6 bedroom house.

To the front of the properties you have a decent sized courtyard parking and turning area. The property also benefits from several useful outbuildings and stables with water and electricity connected. The gardens and land sweep round from the front of the properties to the large paddock to the rear, all offering gently sloping good grazing land.

This home remains versatile for many different needs for a buyer including the current holiday let business, small holding or an equestrian site with popular local outriding, bridle paths and hacking routes aplenty.

NOTE: There is an easement across the field belonging to this property. Please ask for further details.

NOTE: The Cider House has a separate EPC Rating-C.

Direction:
From Ludlow, proceed South on the A49 towards Hereford. After approximately 10 miles, turn left onto the A4112. Shortly into the village of Stockton, as the road bends downhill to the left, take the right hand turning onto a single track road. The property is located after approximately 1 mile on the left hand side.

Tucked away in the North Herefordshire countryside this property is surrounded by its own land totalling approximately 10 acres. Sat in an elevated position overlooking the countryside are some of the best views in the County.

Located between the historic market town of Ludlow and Cathedral City of Hereford the home is well situated to peacefully enjoy country life whilst being only a short drive to amenities including schools, shopping and entertainment. More locally there are further amenities in the market towns of Leominster and Tenbury Wells famous for their independent shops, eateries, cinema and train station. On your doorstep is the village of Kimbolton which has a popular public house which serves food, village hall, highly rated primary school and church.

Before you arrive at the property you are impressed with the long sweeping drive that takes you either directly to the farmhouse or 2 bedroom annex. Upon your arrival you are drawn to see what the house has to offer with its imposing stone facade, however first the panoramic rural views spanning miles are a must to take in.

Entering the principal dwelling, you walk through an immaculate fenced courtyard with feature well through the doorway into the large utility area. This room provides ample storage and functionality to the home with wash basin and Rayburn. Beyond the utility is the substantial sitting room with feature fireplace and period features throughout wrapping up the stairs. Beyond this you have the formal entrance hall, cloakroom and access into the second reception room with fireplace and double French doors leading out to the south facing patio entertaining area. With high ceilings throughout, the home is impressive and continues to be in the kitchen dining room which is able to accommodate a large farmhouse dining table ideal for family gatherings whilst also highlighting its charm with exposed beams.

The first floor comprises of two substantial landing areas supplying great space and access to all rooms. There are five double bedrooms, four of which have views to die for, showcasing exactly why you should move to Herefordshire. Having been substantially renovated there are four bathrooms offering great facilities for a large family or guests visiting. The master bedroom is a great size, also having an en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobe.

The converted cider barn to the rear of the farmhouse can be accessed by a separate driveway which sweeps around the side of the property to the rear, where there is the separate entrance door and enclosed patio area. Moving into the property, the space and quality finish on offer here converted in 2010 as designated on the stonework at the top of the building is a pleasure to see.

The ground floor has a modern kitchen next to a large living room with two aspects of light from a window and double French doors, which lead out to the south facing garden providing a wonderful place to enjoy. The entrance hallway gives access to the kitchen breakfast room, a modern bright space and the cloakroom. From the hall the stairs rise to the landing which has a double bedroom on either side. Both bedrooms have modern en-suite shower rooms.

Set away from the principal house is the steel frame dutch barn which has lapsed planning permission granted to convert into a 6 bedroom house.

To the front of the properties you have a decent sized courtyard parking and turning area. The property also benefits from several useful outbuildings and stables with water and electricity connected. The gardens and land sweep round from the front of the properties to the large paddock to the rear, all offering gently sloping good grazing land.

This home remains versatile for many different needs for a buyer including the current holiday let business, small holding or an equestrian site with popular local outriding, bridle paths and hacking routes aplenty.

NOTE: There is an easement across the field belonging to this property. Please ask for further details.

NOTE: The Cider House has a separate EPC Rating-C.

Direction:
From Ludlow, proceed South on the A49 towards Hereford. After approximately 10 miles, turn left onto the A4112. Shortly into the village of Stockton, as the road bends downhill to the left, take the right hand turning onto a single track road. The property is located after approximately 1 mile on the left hand side.

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This property is marketed by

19 Broad Street

Leominster

Herefordshire

HR6 8BT

Telephone: See phone number 01568 611661

Disclaimer

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