Upper Hill, Leominster


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Detached property on the edge of the Common comprising reception hallway, cloakroom, inner hallway, kitchen/dining room, living room, sitting room/garden room, 4 bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside there are outbuildings, lovely gardens with seating areas for dining, vegetable plot and greenhouse, lovely views over open countryside.


Upper Hill is a small hamlet situated about 6 miles from the market town of Leominster and 10 miles from the Cathedral city of Hereford, both offering a good range of amenities. The house itself sit in a truly idyllic and tranquil position on the village common.

From the driveway, a solid wood front door opens to the


With window to the front elevation, tiled flooring, ceiling lighting and housed in here is the Worcester oil-fired hot water and central heating boiler. A door leads off to the


With low flush w.c. wall-mounted corner hand wash basin, ceiling light, wood effect flooring and window to the front elevation.

A glazed door from the Reception Hallway leads to the

INNER HALLWAY 11'2 x 8'1 (3.40m x 2.46m)

Which is open to the landing with stone staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation, with panelled radiator, power point and wall light.

A glazed door then leads through to the


Measuring max. 21'8 (6.61m) x min. 7'3 (2.21m) x max. 21'3 (6.48m) x 11'6 (3.51m) to the dining room.

The kitchen comprises a range of matching base and wall units with rolled edge work surfaces to the base units, with additional inset granite work surfaces to the side of the sink. There is a double bowl, double drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, planned space for electric cooker, upright fridge-freezer and washing machine. There are 3 Velux roof lights across the kitchen, a range of ceiling spotlights and double-glazed window to the rear, ample power points, panelled radiator, attractive wooden flooring which continues through to the dining area which has a range of inset ceiling downlighters, double-glazed French doors opening to the gardens to the rear. Forming a feature to the room is the multi-fuel Rayburn which heats the water and radiator in the bathroom.

Off the kitchen is a

LARGE WALK-IN PANTRY 8'4 x 6'2 (2.54m x 1.88m)

With Velux roof light, tiled flooring, extensive range of shelving and space for a chest style freezer.

A door then leads from the dining area to the

LIVING ROOM 27'4 x 12'9 (8.32m x 3.89m)

With windows to 3 elevations, and forming an impressive feature to the room is a stone original inglenook fireplace with raised flagged hearth, solid wood lintel above and inset woodburning stove. There are further exposed ceiling timbers, 2 panelled radiators, wall lighting, power points and television aerial point fitted. A glazed door then leads through to the

SITTING ROOM 20'0 x 13'4 (6.09m x 4.

A most impressive room with exposed oak vaulted ceiling and double-glazed windows, taking advantage of the stunning views over the adjoining countryside. There is ceiling lighting, attractive wooden flooring 2 panelled radiators, power points, television aerial point and wall lighting and solid oak door giving access to the gardens.


A staircase leads up from the Inner Hallway to a


Which could easily be utilised as a study area, with windows to the side elevation, exposed painted wall timbers, ceiling lighting and doors off to


Measuring 14'2 x 10'9 (4.32m x .28m) broadening out to 13'11 (4.25m)

With double-glazed window to the side elevation, exposed ceiling timber, wall lighting, panelled radiator, power points and understairs storage space.

BEDROOM 2. 14'2 x 1'33 (4.32m x 4.04m)

With window to the rear, exposed ceiling timber, wall lighting, panelled radiator and power points fitted.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8'7 x 7'8 (2.62m x 2.34m)

With window to the side elevation and a suite to comprise corner shower cubicle with mains shower over, rolled edge Victorian style bath, low flush w.c. and wall-mounted hand wash basin, tiling to half-height, towel radiator, ceiling light, wood effect flooring and Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder and wood slatted shelving.

A staircase then leads up to the


With ceiling light, door to useful storage cupboard and latched doors off to

BEDROOM 3. 14'5 x 14'1 (4.39m x 4.29m)

With double-glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the gardens and a further double-glazed window to the side. There are attractive exposed ceiling and wall timbers, access to under eaves storage and power points fitted.

BEDROOM 4. 14'4 x 11'0 (4.37m x 3.35m)

With double-glazed window to the front elevation, vaulted ceiling and exposed timbered trusses, fitted cupboards/storage, power points and access to under eaves storage and further access to loft space and ceiling lighting.


The property commands a truly idyllic location on the Common, approached via a track through the front gate which opens to the driveway providing ample parking and turning area. The property itself is set in just under half an acre and the house is within the centre of the plot. The driveway leads to:


Measuring approx 29'0 x 28'0 (8.82m x 8.52m) with block base.

With large sliding front door, power and lighting and mezzanine flooring over half of the building providing excellent garaging/workshop building and could be utilised for a number of different uses.

To the side, there is an additional


Measuring 14'1 x 11'2 (4.29m x 3.40m)

With stable door to the front and further stable door giving access to the rear and ceiling light fitted.

From the driveway, a pathway leads around to a flagged patio area in front of the sitting/garden room with pleasant seating area overlooking the countryside and with the pathway then continuing around the rear of the property, where there is a further flagged patio area which links to the French doors from the kitchen providing a lovely pleasant area for outside dining and BBQ. From here there are steps leading up to an elevated level lawned garden which has a gate out onto the Common giving access to unlimited countryside walks. Also, within the garden is a productive vegetable garden and lawned garden off the patio to the rear, as well as a greenhouse.


Mains Electricity. Private Water via a borehole. Private Drainage.

Oil Fired Worcester Boiler - Heating & Hot Water

Multi-fuel Rayburn which also can heat the water.

Telephone (Subject to B.T. Regulations).

OUTGOINGS: Council Tax F

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Herefordshire Council


Strictly by prior appointment via the Agents.


From Leominster proceed West through Ivington village to Upper Hill. Proceed through the village and as you leave take the left had 'No Through' road and follow this road where it will bear round to your left and continue along the lane and take the track to your right which will lead up to the property.

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