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Situated in the Herefordshire countryside is this characterful Grade II Listed property situated in a rural location with traditional and steel portal framed outbuildings and pastureland extending to approximately 98.31 acres.
The property is being sold as a whole or in two Lots; Lot 1 comprising of house, buildings and approximately 38 acres and Lot 2 comprising of approximately 59.79 acres of pasture with roadside frontage; via informal tender with a closing date of Friday, 25th September 2020 at midday.
An early 17th Century stone built dwelling with single glazed timber casement windows under a pitched slate roof and internally comprising of the following accommodation:
With a timber door from the front, onto a flagstone floor with lath and plaster papered walls and doors leading to
With a single glazed timber casement sash window to the front, revealed timbers to the ceiling, a sealed fireplace, flagstone floor and door leading to
With revealed timbers to the ceiling, a single glazed timber casement window to the rear, flagstone floor and a ledge and brace door leading to
With a single glazed timber casement window, revealed timbers to the ceiling, flagstone floor and a ledge and brace door to
With a single glazed timber casement window to the front, revealed timbers to the ceiling and walls, flagstone floor, open inglenook fireplace with timber hearth and a door to rear with a staircase leading to the first floor. Door leading to
With a ledge and brace door from the rear, two single glazed timber casement windows, flagstone floor, inglenook fireplace with inset bread oven, solid fuel Rayburn and door leading to stairs to the bathroom on the first floor
With staircase from the ground floor, a split level room with a W.C., pedestal basin, a further three steps to the bathroom area with panelled bath, shower cubicle with an inset shower, revealed timbers to the ceiling, a single glazed timber casement window and a door leading to a bedroom.
With two single glazed timber casement windows to the exterior, with revealed timbers to the ceiling, floor and walls, within the bedroom is a copper cylinder tank which feeds from the ground floor Rayburn. Opening onto
With an open newel staircase from the ground floor, a single glazed timber casement window to the exterior, further staircase to the attic rooms, with revealed timbers to the ceiling, floor and walls and doors leading to
With a single glazed timber casement window to the front, an open fireplace, with revealed timbers to the ceiling and walls and a storage cupboard within the chimney recess.
With a single glazed timber casement window to the front, with revealed timbers to the ceiling and floor and papered walls.
With a single glazed timber casement window to the exterior and revealed timbers to the ceiling and floor.
With a staircase from the first floor landing; the attic space has a large revealed central chimney stack and a single glazed timber casement window at the gable end.
To the rear of the dwelling is a lean-to structure; of solid stone construction, under a pitched slate roof, with a flagstone floor and a door leading to a further smaller room within.
To the front of the dwelling is a walled garden; this area is predominately laid to lawn, with a path leading from the wooden gate to the front entrance porch.To the rear of the dwelling is a courtyard area.
The outbuildings to the property comprise of the following:
Stone Range 1
Of solid stone construction under a pitched steel profiled roof with timber doors to the front.
Stone Range 2
Of solid stone construction under a half moon roof, with two rear lean-tos of solid stone construction and under a mono pitched profiled sheet roof.
A steel portal framed Dutch barn.
Stone Range 3
Of solid stone construction under a pitched slate roof with two storeys.
Pole Barn 1
Of pole construction with profiled sheet walls.
Pole Barn 2
Of pole construction with profiled sheet walls.
Pole Barn 3
This barn is situated to the rear of the main buildings and is of steel and timber construction with a profiled sheet roof and walls.
The land is sloping to gently sloping and laid to permanent pasture. The boundaries comprise of stock proof fencing/hedging. The land can be accessed through the farmyard or off the council road, Scar Lane.The land sits at approximately 190m to 280m above sea level and is of a Bromyard soil type, which is generally well drained reddish fine silty soil, over shale and siltstone.
The land lies between approximately 250m to 270m above sea level.
The soil type is of a Bromyard type; reddish fine silty soils over shale and siltstone. Some similar soils with slowly permeable subsoils and slight seasonal waterlogging. Some well drained coarse loamy soils over sandstone. This type of land is best suited for stock rearing on permanent grassland.
Hill Grazing Rights
Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
There are no entitlements available.
General Remarks and Stipulations
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender (unless previously sold). Informal tenders are to be received in writing at the agent's office on the prepared form no later than midday on Friday, 25th September 2020. Envelopes containing tenders are to be marked 'Private and Confidential' FAO: Simon Edwards and Tender for Penymoor, Donstone, Hereford.Tenders are to be delivered to the vendor's agents: Simon Edwards, McCartneys LLP, 11 High Town, Hay on Wye, Powys, HR3 5AE.Please note that the vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest or any informal tender and reserves the right to negotiate the purchase price and conditions of the sale with the chosen potential purchaser.
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