Adforton, Adforton Guide Price £450,000

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  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • Approx 1.5 acres of Grounds / Paddock / Orchards
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Private Location
  • Detached Annex / Holiday Let
  • Large Gardens
  • No Onward Chain

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a period property with income potential, or additional family accommodation; with the benefit of the land adjoining a delightful rural aspect in the picturesque Black and White area of Herefordshire.

Porch – Hall - Sitting Room – Dining Room – Study – Conservatory Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Utility – Shower/Cloakroom – Master Bedroom with En-Suite – Three Further Bedrooms - Family Bathroom Shower Room - Workshop - Garage – Extensive Gardens Paddock - Orchards

The property also affords the new owner scope to adapt the accommodation and features, subject to relevant permissions, to their own individual needs and specifications.

This really is a superb opportunity for those looking to escape the ‘madding crowd’, yet still have a good range of facilities close by.

Adforton is a small, vibrant village on the Herefordshire/Shropshire border with a church that is also used as an active village hall. Leintwardine, 2.5 miles, has a good range of local amenities and facilities including, a post office, shop, butchers, restaurant, pubs, petrol station, takeaway food, library, primary school and doctor’s surgery.

Wigmore, 1.5 miles distance, has a well-regarded secondary school, nursery section, shop and a romantically ruined castle. The historic, market town of Ludlow, 9.5 miles, offers a wider range of facilities including restaurants, independent shops, theatre and leisure activities. There is a mainline railway station with links to London and Birmingham from Leominster, 11.5 miles and motorway access to the M50 and M5 is 38 and 42 miles respectively.


The house is constructed of Timber-frame with plaster infill, dating back to the late 16th / early 17th century with later additions. This property has the potential to provide a fabulous family home; with plenty of outside space to create a wonderful rural lifestyle and the additional benefit of a detached one bedroom cottage with private access.

Porch – a gabled, open fronted wood framed structure with glass side windows.

Hall – a spacious and light area with a Victorian tiled floor and stairs up to the first floor.

Sitting Room – an impressive stone inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove is a lovely feature of this large spacious room. There is a beautiful original wooden floor and doors to the study, garden and conservatory.

Study – a useful room with a stripped wooden floor and down-lighters, perfect for a study or children's play area.

Dining Room – a lovely light double aspect room with double aspect windows, ceiling beams and built in cupboards.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room – this generously sized room has a quarry tiled floor, cream fitted shaker units; including a flank of matching cupboards to one wall, a deep Belfast sink, white Range Master double stove, space for a large fridge/freezer and a sliding door to under stairs storage.

Utility – with a quarry tile floor, sink unit with work top and space underneath for a washing machine and tumble dryer, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, wall units, shelves, built in cupboard and doors to the garden and conservatory.

Downstairs Shower/Cloakroom - with a modern white suite and shower unit.

First Floor Landing – a long light landing with multiple windows overlooking the front garden, with a internal large airing cupboard.

Master Bedroom & En-Suite – an ample sized bedroom perfect for a king sized bed; with stripped wooden floor, built in wardrobes and en-suite shower room.

Bedroom 2 – a good double bedroom with wooden floors and built in wardrobes.

Bedroom 3 – another double bedroom with stripped wooden floor.

Bedroom 4 – a further double bedroom with a built in wardrobe.

Family Bathroom – a spacious room with a coloured suite and telephone style bath/shower mixer taps.

Shower Room – a white bathroom suite and shower unit.

Outside – The property is approached through wooden gates onto the drive with parking to the front of the house and extending up to the cottage and paddock; which is approximately one and a half acres in total. This main consists of a larger grassed area with a separate orchard with a mixture of fruit trees. The stone walled front garden has mature shrubs and bedded plants.


Church House Has the Added Benefit of a Recently Renovated One Bedroom Detached Cottage, Which is Located Up a Gravelled Driveway Behind the Main Property

Open Plan Kitchen/Sitting Room - Double Bedroom Shower Room - Private Patio Space - Ideal Holiday Rental Potential.

Hall – a light space with an engineered wooden floor and doors leading off to the bedroom, sitting room and bathroom.

Sitting Room / Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room  – a spacious double aspect room with a recently fitted stylish kitchen offering a stainless steel sink, integrated cooker/hob and over head extractor fan. There is a wooden engineered floor throughout and the large room provides a great space for sitting room furniture as well as a dining room table; with double French windows opening out onto the rear private patio space.

Cloakroom - a rear small space from the hallway provides a much needed storage space.

First Floor Landing – a light landing with airing cupboard.

Bedroom – an airy double bedroom with a lovely feel, with a wooden engineered floor and quint outlook from the windows over the rear paddock.

Family Bathroom – with a white suite; low flush W.C, hand basin and shower cubical with electric overhead shower.

Outside – The property is approached up a single gravelled driveway, directly behind and elevated from Church House. To the rear of the cottage is a private patio space with a featured Weeping Willow.

Further to holiday rental permissions, this area is perfect for any prospective holiday cottage tenants who would like to enjoy a private space away from the main house and it would benefit further by adding a hot tub and patio furniture. Access back into the cottage is given through the double French windows into the lounge.



No EPC available

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Adforton SY7 0NF
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: Church House