Historic listed detached farmhouse with immense character including exposed beams and ledge and brace doors. Offering spacious family accommodation with the benefit of an annexe and paddocks of approximately three acres. The main property comprises snug with wood burning stove, kitchen with large oil fired Aga, utility room, dining room, drawing room with inglenook fireplace, music room with wood burning stove and cloakroom. A wooden turn staircase leads to the master bedroom with ensuite including double sized shower cubicle, four further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property has substantial gardens laid to lawn with gate leading to the paddocks and a rear yard offering ample parking.
The annexe is ideal for use as an office/granny annexe and can easily be incorporated into the main house. Comprising sitting room and bathroom with wet room style shower area. The upstairs rooms for the annexe have separate external access.
Situated in one of the most beautiful parts of rural Herefordshire the village of Almeley benefits from a primary school, pub, parish hall, church and bus service to Kington (Lady Hawkins High School). The bus for the Hereford Cathedral School goes from the nearby village of Eardisley. The property is situated approximately 6 miles from Kington, 14 miles from Leominster and 17 miles from Hereford City.
Notes and Comments: Available June Pets may be considered
Please note that the landlord runs a small scale cottage business and will need access across the courtyard but this should not impinge upon tenants in anyway.
Holding Deposit: £346 (Payable when application is submitted, this amount will then be deducted from your first month's rent). The holding deposit will not be refunded if your application does not proceed for the following reasons:
•Prospective tenant pulls out •Prospective tenant fails the Right to Rent •Prospective tenant provides false or misleading statements (ie false income) •Prospective tenant misses the completion deadline
Deposit Required: £1730 Council Tax Band: F
Directions: From Hereford follow the A480 to Lyonshall for approximately 12 miles passing through the villages of Credenhill and Norton Canon. On reaching Woonton take the turning on the left handside siigned for Almeley and follow this lane for approx one and a half miles. On reaching the village you will pass the parish hall and cricket ground on your left handside, continue until reaching the T Junction. Turn right signed for Lyonshall and continue up the hill. After approx half a mile turn left at the small grass triangle. Follow this lane for around a third of a mile and the property is the first black and white farmhouse on your right handside. The entrance is at the back of the building.
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