The village of Canon Frome offers church, village hall and cricket club with the neighbouring village of Ashperton offering primary school, village hall and church. The historical market town of Ledbury is 8.5 miles away and offers good range of independent shops, supermarkets, doctor`s surgery, restaurants and traditional pubs. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities are available in Hereford, Gloucester & Worcester.
The area offers a wide range of outdoor sports and activities, with Queens Woods, Brockhampton Estate and The Malverns all accessible. The area also has strong equestrian interests with Racing at Hereford, Ludlow, Worcester, Cheltenham & Chepstow with cross country courses at Upper Sapey & Lincombe. The Three Counties Showground, Kings Equestrian & Hartpury College are within easy driving. Hunting is with the North Hereford Hunt.
Budding Cottage is Grade II Listed with parts dating back to the 18th Century of red brick elevations under a tiled roof. The is approached via a stone track which leads up to wooden electric gates through to a gravelled area in front of the house. There is ample parking for cars and horseboxes.
The property has been sympathetically extended and modernised to offer spacious family accommodation, whilst maintaining a wealth of its character features such as exposed beams and old bread oven in the sitting room. The modern kitchen is fitted with Neff appliances with Bosh dishwasher, Belfast sink and range of matching units and granite worktops. The sitting room is dual aspect creation a bright space, with tile effect flooring & woodburning stove to complete the homely feel. The dining room benefits from floor to ceiling windows with doors off to the study and downstairs shower room. Off the hallway the stairs lead up to two of the double bedrooms with family bathroom with the third bedroom accessed off the dining room.
Outside to the front & side of the house are the equestrian facilities with modern gated `National Stable` yard comprising 6 stables, fodder/feed room and old piggery, which has been restored to offer useful space for office or studio. The outdoor `Pegasus` arena is 20m x 60m in size with adjoining stock fenced paddock. The land is fairly level with hedged boundary, with canter track around the perimeter. To the far boundary there is young mixed woodland area of about 1.35 acres.
To the rear of the house is the garden mainly laid to lawn. There is greenhouse, vegetable patch with apple and pear trees.
Mains electricity, private water from Borehole, private drainage & oil fired central heating. The property benefits from security gates and cameras.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band: F
There is covenant on the land that it can only be used for agricultural, equestrian or horticultural. No development will be permitted.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment. Please contact the agents on 01432 344779
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