Bromyard, Herefordshire

£1,550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 8
DESCRIPTION This beautiful and unique country residence is situated in a picturesque and yet accessible location with elevated and far reaching views towards the Malvern Hills and the surrounding countryside.

This part of Herefordshire is known for its traditional farms, thriving village communities, undulating countryside and cider orchards, which provide a wonderful way of life for those lucky enough to live in this area.

. Upper Munderfield Farm provides a rare opportunity to live in a beautiful period farmhouse that has been tastefully modernised and recently extended whilst retaining its period character and charm. The farmhouse offers a true country family home extending to 8 bedrooms with spacious living accommodation. The residence is set within spacious private gardens that incorporate a private driveway and approximately 40 acres of land (part of the land is presently let) with a south and easterly aspect. Within the boundary of the property is also situated a range of traditional and modern outbuildings that provide further opportunity for renovation if required.

LOCATION Upper Munderfield Farm is situated in a highly accessible location within a few miles of Bromyard and is conveniently situated within easy travelling distances of Hereford and Worcester, which offer additional retail, educational and cultural amenities.

STEP INSIDE Entering through a pitched entrance porch with glazed sides and room for boots and coats, the front entrance door opens into a spacious Entrance Hall, from which most of the principal reception rooms and first floor is accessed. This Kitchen/Family Room has a fitted traditional style kitchen with a 2 oven Aga, ample space for a dining table and chairs and seating area. The room benefits from great character and charm with revealed timbers to the ceiling and spectacular south facing views towards the Malvern Hills. Continuing past the Kitchen/Family Room is the Dining Room with a large inglenook fireplace with an inset stove and south facing windows. Adjacent to the Dining Room is the Snug, which is a cosy room in which to unwind. Adjacent to the Snug is the Reception Room with stunning views, large inglenook fireplace and many character features. The Reception Room is the heart of this home and is arguably one of the finest rooms of any home in the county. Situated adjacent to the Reception Room is the Study providing ample space for those wishing to work from home in a high quality environment. Leading from the Entrance Hall is a secondary hallway to the Utility, W.C, a ground floor bedroom and storage room for all of life's essentials. The ground floor rooms have modern timber double glazed windows and all overlook the gardens and grounds of the property. The interior of the house contains a wealth of features with wooden floors, exposed timbers and stone/brick walls, wood burning stoves and much more. Planning Consent has been granted for the construction of an Orangery.

First Floor The spacious first floor landing is accessed from a timber staircase from the Entrance Hall and provides ready access to all the principal first floor rooms. The master bedroom is situated at the eastern end of the landing with south facing views over the surrounding countryside. The master bedroom also benefits from an en-suite that includes a separate shower and bath. The majority of the bedrooms have south facing views and are generous in their size and proportions and have been finished to a high standard. Two of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities with two further separate bath and shower rooms.

Granny Annex Separated from the main part of the dwelling by a solid door are two further bedrooms, a bathroom and a staircase to the ground floor. This part of the property is presently undergoing renovation. These rooms could provide an excellent 'Granny Annex' or space for guests.

OUTSIDE Lower Munderford is approached via a private driveway leading from a quiet country lane onto a courtyard with ample space for parking and turning. Set around the courtyard, forming a 'U' shape is the main farmhouse and a range of traditional and modern outbuildings. The outbuildings provide a wonderful opportunity for those with smallholding interests.

Wrapping around the property are well maintained and predominantly lawned gardens with a most attractive pond. The additional land is predominantly situated to the south, east and north of the residence. Prospective purchasers should note that approximately 35 acres of the land have been let as a Christmas Tree Plantation which is due to expire is 2022.

NOTE Planning Consent has been granted for the construction of an Orangery.

EPC Rating = D

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