Hagley Hall

Bartestree, Herefordshire

Agent: Sunderlands

Offers: £475,000

Call: 01432 356161

AN interesting Grade II-listed 17th century part timbered house dating originally from the 17th century; being gentrified in the 18th century adding a Georgian frontage of mellow red brick; under a distinctive mansard slate roof. The original front door has an attractive fanlight over.

The property was significantly and sympathetically renovated starting in 2012, keeping the charm of the old but adding the new for modern living.

The charming accommodation has a mixture of heating systems being most effective and warm.

It includes two log burners, gas central heating, together with underfloor heating to the dining hall, hall, cloakroom and kitchen/informal diner.

The accommodation provides five bedrooms, mostly large and light, four reception rooms with a high-quality contemporary kitchen and three bath/shower rooms over three floors.

On the front roadside of the house there is attractive brick walling with gate with neat edged lawns and gravel path to rear.

Access can be gained to either side of the house and leads to attractive gardens, which again are laid to lawn with pretty well stocked landscaped beds with rustic arches and patio seating area.

The gardens are interspersed with fruit trees including apple, pear and plum along with raised planters for vegetables, etc.

Adjoining the end of the house is a useful tool shed adjacent to which there is a wood store.

There is a good sized parking area and it is understood by the agents that there has been planning permission for a garage.

Bartestree lies approximately three miles east of Hereford, being well placed for both Hereford city as well as Worcester and the towns of Bromyard, Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye.

This popular village has a shop, public house, village hall and sports ground and regular bus service into the city, Ledbury and beyond. M50 J2 provides access to a wider area. In the neighbouring village of Lugwardine there is primary and secondary schooling.