Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
An important Grade II Listed detached period property in a peaceful yet convenient rural location with outstanding uninterrupted far reaching views


Hill House Farm is situated on the fringe of the popular village of Bosbury, in a super rural location. Bosbury is a popular village having a charming 12th century Church, primary school, cricket club and village Inn, with the village hall being a focal point for the community and offering a variety of clubs and events. There is also a good pub at Staplow. Many of the houses in the locality are timber framed and are of particular architectural note and the village also has historic links to the Knights Templar and

Arts & Crafts Movement.

This part of Herefordshire lies close to the Worcestershire border and is renowned for its scenic and unspoilt countryside. The area offers a sought-after rural quality of life, without being

isolated, combined with excellent access to the market town of Ledbury which is well known for its restaurants, independent shops and boutiques and annual poetry festival. Malvern and the larger towns and cities of Worcester, Hereford and Birmingham are easily accessible and offer a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities.


This is the first time that Hill House Farm has come to the market in over 25 years. The original part of this half-timbered property is believed to date back to the late 16th century and there is a fine example of decorative panelling to the gable end. Later extensions are also half timbered and internally there are a wealth of period features to include superb exposed wall and ceiling beams together with exposed floorboards.

The reception hall has a flagstone floor and to the rear a glazed door to the rear canopy porch and the beautiful rose garden.

There is a cloakroom and a separate utility room with a quarry tiled floor, fitted shelving and recess and plumbing for a washing machine.

On the second floor there are 5 attic rooms with light and power. There is scope to utilise this space as additional accommodation.

Hill House Farm Cottage

Situated near to the house on the other side of the driveway is a detached guest barn providing additional accommodation for guests, extended family, staff, or alternatively as separate income. The cottage comprises a reception hall with a brick tiled floor and a spiral staircase to the first floor, a shower room with a Mira corner shower and the location of the Firebird combi 90

oil fired boiler. The sitting room is dual aspect and the breakfast kitchen has a range of fitted units and a 2 oven Aga. On the first floor a staircase leads from the sitting room to the master bedroom with a vaulted beamed ceiling with an en suite shower room. From the spiral staircase in the hallway there is a further double bedroom with an en suite bathroom.

Outside there is a gravelled area for at least three cars and an attractive south facing patio area. To the side there is a gravelled seating area and a pathway to a private patio area which enjoys

the afternoon sun.


The gardens and grounds extend to approximately 3.4 acres and the outbuildings and garaging in total extend to approximately 3884 sq ft.

The driveway passes Hill House Farm Cottage and the numerous outbuildings and continues to the front of the property with an ample parking and turning area and a detached barn currently used as a garage which has an adjacent open fronted store and log store. Access to the cellar is also from the driveway and has light and power and is where the oil fired central heating boiler is located. Other outbuildings include the Tool Shed and Forge and large detached workshop known as 'The Flower Barn' which has full length double doors, an office and cloakroom area, mezzanine storage area and at the rear two stores/stables.

The gardens area a feature of the property and are predominantly south facing and laid to lawn with stunning uninterrupted views. There is a lake with a central island and water lilies making it a wonderful wildlife haven with an adjacent meadow and orchard with apple and greengage fruit trees. A superb sunken garden lined with stones from a local Knights Templar court and Hidcote lavendar plants provide a wonderful

secluded alfresco dining area. The rose garden has gravelled pathways and an array of old fashioned varieties in stunning colours. There is also an original well believed to be some 60ft

deep which would have historically provided the main water supply to the property from an underground stream running west to east. To the side of the property there is a well stocked vegetable garden with raised beds and a greenhouse.

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