Hurst Mill Farmhouse is an attractive and much improved south-facing abode nestled on the banks of the River Clun offering the picturesque riverside family home. The farmhouse has been enhanced over time, so that now it is relishing all the modern conveniences as well as retaining character of by-gone eras. It is a traditional dwelling and is constructed of stone under a felted slate roof. There are two extensions at each side, which are constructed of brick with a rendered exterior. The house is approached via the tarmacadam courtyard and it pleasantly positioned adjust the holiday cottages, within well-landscaped gardens. The dwelling benefits from oil central heating, double glazing throughout, mains water and electricity and a private septic tank. In the past, the Williams' family have run a successful Bed & Breakfast from the farmhouse, which could be reinstated, if desired.Open fronted enclosed Porch
with half height walls with timber framed glazing over, slate roof, concrete flooring and an external tap. Front door leading to:Utility / Office
with vinyl flooring, windows to front, side and rear, fitted base units with sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, oil fired boiler, heating controls, BT point, and access to loft. Doors to:WC
with vinyl flooring, WC, radiator, wash basin, and window to rear.Kitchen / Breakfast Room
with vinyl flooring, fitted wall and base units with granite work surfaces, integrated electric oven and hob with extractor fan over, plumbing for dishwasher, double sink and drainer, radiator, granite breakfast bar, windows to rear, oil-fired Rayburn Royal, Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelving, TV point, serving hatch to dining room, stable door leading out to rear patio and garden and door to:Annexe / Bedroom Four
with carpeted flooring, door to rear garden, windows to front, side and rear, TV point, and door to:En-Suite
with carpeted flooring, WC, wash basin, shower cubicle and window to side. This area lends itself ideally to an annexe for a dependent relative, or and as extension to the existing diversification arrangements.Hallway
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and doors to:Dining Room
with carpeted flooring, radiator, picture rail, and sash style window to front.Living Room
with carpeted flooring, sash style window to front, TV point, picture rail, exposed beams, radiators, and brick fireplace with stone surround, mantle and hearth housing a Clearview wood-burning stove.Conservatory
with laminate flooring, dwarf walls with uPVC double glazing over, pitched Perspex roof, radiator, side door leading to patio and front garden.Carpeted stairs ascending to
Landing with carpeted flooring, smoke alarm, and window to rear. Doors to:Bedroom One
with carpeted flooring, BT point, radiator, and sash style windows to front.Bathroom
with vinyl flooring, WC, wash basin, window to rear, roll-top bath, heated towel rail and Linen Cupboard.Bedroom Two
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and sash style window to front.Bedroom Three
with carpeted flooring, window to rear, radiator, and access to loft.Partly boarded Loft
The garden lies predominately to the front of the farmhouse. There is a paved patio, ideal for al-fresco dining and entertaining guests, which leads onto a well-landscaped lawn garden incorporating mature floral beds and shrubs bound by the River Clun and the old Mill Stream, the remains of the old Mill Wheel can still be seen today. There is also a Summerhouse and a Potting Shed to the side of the property, leading to the rear patio and lawn running down to the river. Far reaching countryside views can be enjoyed from all elevations.
On the opposite side of the Mill Stream, accessed via a foot bridge is a Static Caravan that has been in situ for many years, however, has no formal planning consent. It is connected to mains services, septic tank drainage and Calor gas for cooking and heating. This could also be incorporated into the existing tourism business, if desired, or otherwise suited for extended family.THE COTTAGES - KNOWN AS WAGTAIL, KINGFISHER & DIPPER
Situated within the entrance courtyard, constructed of stone, partly timber clad under a slate roof and converted some twenty years ago; these cottages are a popular tourist destination, with many returning patrons, which isn't surprising given the splendid settings, fabulous walking from the front door and the quirky nearby attractions. The vendor has advised the average annual turnover of the current leisure and tourism operation is just shy of £30,000. Furthermore, the cottages have recently received planning consent for residential occupancy all year around, meaning they could be let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies, or be ideal for purchasers with extended families.WAGTAIL
Kitchen / Dining Room
with vinyl flooring, radiator, window to front and rear, fitted wall and base units with laminate work surfaces over, tiled splashbacks, sink and drainer, space for fridge, plumbing for dishwasher, and integrated electric oven and hob with extractor fan over. Doors to:Rear Hallway
with laminate flooring, radiator, window to side, and stable door leading out to rear patio and garden. Door to:WC
with laminate flooring, WC, wash basin, and radiator.Living Room
with carpeted flooring, brick open fireplace with granite hearth and timber mantle, radiator, TV point, windows to front and rear, and under stairs storage.Carpeted stairs ascending to
Split Landing with carpeted flooring and doors to:Bedroom One
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and window to front.Bathroom
With vinyl flooring, WC, wash basin, large Velux window, panelled bath, and heated towel rail.Bedroom Two
with carpeted flooring, large Velux window, and radiator.Bedroom Three
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and window to front.Shower Room
with vinyl flooring, shower cubicle, corner sink with vanity unit, and wall-mounted medical cabinet.KINGFISHER
Living / Dining Room
with carpeted flooring, radiator, windows to front and rear, brick open fireplace with granite hearth, TV point, access to stairs, and doors to:Shower Room
with vinyl flooring, WC, shower cubicle, wash basin with vanity unit, window to front, and radiator.Kitchen
with vinyl flooring, fitted wall and base units with laminate work surface over, tiled splashbacks, space for electric cooker, strip light, space for fridge, sink and drainer, window to rear, breakfast bar, radiator, and stable door to rear.Carpeted stairs ascending to
Landing with carpeted flooring and doors to:Bathroom
with vinyl flooring, panelled bath, WC, wash basin, radiator, and Velux window.Bedroom One
with carpeted flooring, window to front, and radiator.Bedroom Two
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and Velux window.Bedroom Three
with carpeted flooring, radiator, and Velux window.DIPPER
Living / Dining Room
with laminate flooring, radiator, TV point, windows to front and rear, brick open fireplace with tiled hearth, and doors to:Shower Room
with vinyl flooring, WC, wash basin, shower cubicle, radiator, and window to front.Kitchen
with vinyl flooring, window to rear, fitted wall and base units with granite work surface, 1 ½ sink and drainer, integrated dishwasher, fridge and electric oven and hob, and door to rear.Carpeted stairs ascending to
small Landing with carpeted flooring and doors to:Bathroom
with vinyl flooring, WC, wash basin, Velux window, panelled bath, and heated towel rail.Bedroom One
with carpeted flooring, window to front, Velux window, radiator, and access to loft...
Each cottage has a paved seating area to the front of the property and patio and lawn with ornamental trees bound by panelled and post and wire fencing to the rear. They benefit from oil fired central heating and double glazing....
If the prospective purchaser wishes to continue with the holiday cottages, there are a good amount of bookings for next year, and the fixtures and furnishings can be purchased by separate negotiation. Attached is a concrete block with corrugated iron roof Store with concrete flooring, which is used for general storage, bins & recycling and also has a built- in heated Linen Cupboard.CARAVAN & CAMPING
The Williams' family have also established a well-known Caravan and Camping business, and are members of the Caravan and Camping Club. It is ideally positioned in open countryside yet close to the road networks to attract holidaymakers from all across the Country. The site is wonderfully situated on the banks of the River Clun providing a tranquil setting to unwind from the stresses of everyday life as well as endless entertainment for the children. It has five electricity hook-up points and ample space for campers and caravans equally.....
The site is equipped with a brick and slate Convenience Block with a gravelled pathway leading from the field, drinking water tap, and two Wet Rooms with shower cubicle, WC, wash basin and tiled flooring. Adjoining is a Laundry / Wash Room with tiled flooring, commercial double sink and drainer, commercial washing machine and tumble dryer, and access from both front and rear, so the holiday cottage guests can utilise them also. To the side of the building is a chemical emptying point.This enterprise could be developed into a much larger business, if desired.FARM BUILDINGS
The farm buildings are a combination of traditional and modern and have been kept in a good state of repair, situated around the courtyard. The part brick, part stone traditional single storey barn with corrugated iron roof lends itself to residential conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents, ideal for lengthening the existing holiday cottage ability or for residential tenancies alike, to create an additional income stream, or simply convert and sell......
There is also a stone with corrugated iron roof Double Garage (formerly The Mill) with double doors, concrete flooring, and power and lighting. This building could also have conversion potential, if desired. There is an adjoining Lean Too & WC with concrete floor, roller door, and windows to the side and rear, which has in the past received planning consent for conversion into a Ground Floor Flat, which could be reinstated. The modern farm buildings are practical for livestock, machinery and fodder storage with good access from the track off the courtyard.......
6 bay steel portal frame open fronted General Purpose Building with concrete block walls, gated frontages, part hardcore and concrete flooring, fibre cement roof and power and lighting. Rear Lean Too with gated access. Adjoining 3 bay timber pole and corrugated iron open fronted General Store.THE LAND
The land at Hurst Mill Farm is situated within a ring fence around the farmstead, and extends to 70.30 acres. The land is in good heart and is level to gently sloping; being part in arable production and part laid to permanent pasture. The land may be suitable for agricultural and equestrian use together with a variety of other purposes, subject to the necessary consents. The land is divided into conveniently sized enclosures offering good grazing for livestock and arable production alike. A natural water supply serves the land for livestock grazing. The fields are mainly enclosed by mixed species hedges and/or post and netting fencing.The land has good access from the main road, the private track and the farmstead. The soil is of a clay loam type. The land is lies between approximately 550m and 600m above sea level.