A stunning house in one of the beautiful black and white villages of Herefordshire is for sale for £ 1.4million.
Situated on the edge of Dilwyn, near Leominster, known for its historic timber-framed buildings set around a leafy village, the eight-bedroom house is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside.
Hill Top is a beautiful Georgian house with Edwardian bays and newer additions. Renovated, it now offers nearly 6,000 square feet of beautifully presented married quarters, officers Knight Frank said.
On Zoopla, he said the house had a great combination of quality designer amenities and period features.
“A long driveway leads to impressive pillared wrought iron entrance gates and then to a vast gravel deck on the southeast side of the house,” he said.
“A secondary entrance with pillars gives access to a courtyard at the back of the house.
“The outbuildings include an old oak frame barn with 5 bays and integrate the old stable with paved floors, old cart shed and fuel store.
“A former half-timbered cider house now includes a garden store and an office. It has an urban planning permit for conversion into annex housing. There is currently an urban planning permit for a garage with a games room. above.”
He added: “The gardens and grounds surround the house and provide an attractive setting. On the southeast side of the house, steps lead from the gravel apron to level lawns and grassy areas surrounded by mature ornamental trees.
“Behind the house is a large lawn adjoining a pasture paddock. The driveway is flanked by two other paddocks. In all, approximately 6.75 acres.”
The house itself has a cellar below the ground floor.
The ground floor consists of the kitchen, reception hall, living room, games room, cloakroom, utility room, shower, dining room, veranda and living room. garden.
Upstairs, on the first floor, there are three bedrooms, the master with bathroom and dressing room, as well as an office and a bathroom.
Five other bedrooms are on the second floor, as well as a second bathroom.
Facilities in the village of Dilwyn include the Crown Pub (owned by the Parish Council), St Mary’s Church and a primary school.
More comprehensive facilities can be found nearby in the market towns of Kington and Leominster and in the cathedral town of Hereford, which is the cultural and economic center of the county and has all the facilities one would expect of a major regional center.