The charming Elizabethan house and the farm buildings nestle peacefully at the end of a long private drive in the centre of the farm, sheltered by a horseshoe of woodland to the north.

The detached brick, stone and timber farmhouse dates from the 16th Century and has been extensively refurbished by the current owners. The formal and informal gardens have been established in the last thirty years. They form a beautiful setting for this attractive, well maintained property with an abundance of topiary, yew and box hedging.  Details of the accommodation are set out in the floor plans.  In addition there are cellars with external access and large attics at each end of the house. 
The traditional farm buildings with potential for alternative uses (subject to planning), lie to the west of the farmhouse.  These comprise:

  • Grade II Listed Hop Kilns
  • Brick, timber and clay tiled range of Former Stables 42’ x 16’ (12.80 m x 4.87m) with part loft over.
  • Adjoining pole and G.I. open fronted garaging and store 41’ x 27’ (12.49m x 8.22m)

The more modern buildings comprise:
  • 6 bay steel and fibre cement roofed former Silage Barn and lean-to storage barn 90’ x 68’ (27.43m x 20.72m).
  • Enclosed Dutch Barn used as grain store/workshop with steel and G.I. lean-to Implement Shed 90’ x 46’ (27.43m x 14.02m).
  • Steel portal framed Grain Store 145’ x 60’   (44.19m x 18.28m) with lean-to store 60’ x 22’ (18.28m x 6.70m).
  • Brick block and tiled Wain House 33’ x 24’ (10.05m x 7.31m) 
  • Pole and G.I. Barn  53’ x 30’ (16.15m x 9.14m)

The undulating free-draining land comprises well proportioned enclosures ideal for modern arable farming techniques.  The soils are mainly Grade 3 being of the Bromyard series on the southern part of the farm and Munslow series to the north roughly separated by the stream running through the holding.  The majority of the land has been cropped with wheat, oiseed rape and maize in recent years. The fields are well serviced by the main entrance drive or a series of tracks running through the farm.

15 acres o broadleaf tree plantations have been established by the owners since 1990. These together with a valley and established hedgerows add to the sporting and amenity potential of the farm.

In all the property extends to about 270.8 acres (109.7 hectares).

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Kit Harding
01225 747271 email me about Kit

Kit has been working in the West Country as a Rural Agent and Auctioneer for over 35 years.  He is a RICS registered valuer.

He specialises in rural agency across the South West, to include farms, estates, country houses, and development land.

In addition, Kit also carries out private client work, advising amongst other things on succession planning and the valuation of rural assets for a broad range of purposes.

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