Huntington, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5

Huntington, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5
Wales

Guide £895,000
 Obtener indicaciones
 
­
­

Acerca de Huntington, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5

A beautifully appointed home with guest suite and former tithe barn, now a magnificent library/music room, set in attractive gardens and surrounded by countryside.

House: 2 Reception rooms
Kitchen/breakfast room
Orangery and Vinery
3 Bedrooms (master en suite) 2 Further bath/shower rooms
EPC Rating F
One bedroom guest suite/wet room, sitting room, kitchen and conservatory
The Tithe Barn: Entrance hall, 2 Studies, The library/music room, WC, Kitchen
The Granary: Hobbies room, Laundry, Wine store, Equipment store/workshop
Parking, Landscaped gardens
Kitchen/Cut flower garden
About 1 acre of grounds
The House:
Llanarrow is believed to be a 1700 Welsh Long
House and is now a beautiful home offering excellent accommodation arranged over two floors. The current owners have completely restored Llanarrow in the last eleven years and have created a very special home. Their obvious design flair and attention to detail is apparent throughout with a perfect mix of period features and modern day comfort.

The light and airy kitchen/breakfast room is triple aspect. The kitchen is fitted with attractive bespoke units with sycamore decorative inlays. Appliances include a three-oven gas Aga, Miele induction hob, integrated fridge/freezer and integrated Miele dishwasher.

The adjacent dining hall has part panelled walls and a feature fireplace with wood burning stove creating a fabulous atmosphere and a perfect place for formal dining.

The elegant drawing room features exposed ceiling timbers, an attractive fireplace with Jetmaster fire, dual aspect windows and French doors which open to the terrace. There is also a fitted media cupboard.

The kitchen/breakfast room also opens to the orangery; a fantastic entertaining space with flagstone floor and further seating and dining
area. There is also a multi-room audio system in place. Dual aspect windows overlook the garden and countryside beyond and the vinery to the rear.

To the first floor are three elegant and well proportioned bedrooms. There are ample fitted wardrobes and three superb bath/shower rooms with beautiful Fired Earth fittings. The master bathroom has two marble basins and large shower. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and dual aspect windows offering far-reaching views. Llanarrow is tastefully decorated and beautifully presented throughout.

The Tithe Barn:
This superb stone and timber former tithe barn,
which was completely rebuilt about 20 years
ago, offers entrance hall/library with two wellproportioned studies with bespoke fitted storage. There is also a magnificent library/music room with vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and feature stone walls. The libraries have bespoke painted, fluted and decorated bookcases throughout. This superb entertaining space has been used to host many parties, concerts and functions.

A Lutron lighting system allows for zoned mood lighting at a touch of a button and a
wood burning stove ensures a warm welcome. A cloakroom and a kitchen area complete the facilities. Please note: A restrictive covenant prevents the use of this building as a dwelling.
The vendors inform that 52mb cyber broadband is available.

The Guest Suite:
The guest suite is attached to the main house, yet benefits from independent access at the front and could be used as a holiday cottage
(subject to consents) or simply used as further guest accommodation for the house. There is an open-plan sitting/dining room with a kitchen and ground floor wet-room. Stairs rise to a bedroom with access to a delightful conservatory leading to the rose garden.

Outbuildings:
At the end of the barn is a laundry, wine store
and equipment store/workshop. The granary
can be accessed by external steps. This light and
airy room has a Jotel wood burning stove and is
a perfect space for a hobbies room.

Garden:
Llanarrow is approached off a gravel driveway
with parking space for 25 cars to the front and the side of the house. The delightful gardens are a real feature and surround the property. It has been completely redesigned and restocked and contains over 100 varieties of old roses and numerous rare herbaceous plants and shrubs, including a magnificent wisteria.

Overlooking the River Arrow, steps descend from the driveway to a seating/dining terrace, overlooking the River Arrow, where many unusual birds sing, enjoying the river as they feed. It is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

A sheltered rose garden is linked to a water garden by a pergola, offering shade to a paved terrace with various vantage points and seating areas from which to admire the views. There is also a kitchen/cut flower garden to the rear of the house and a further area of garden to the side.

There is an additional seating area, overlooking the River Arrow and steps down to the river bank. The rolling countryside surrounding Llanarrow creates a dramatic backdrop to the formal gardens.

General:
Services: Mains electricity (generator back-up for about 10 days), mains water, tank gas for the Aga. Private drainage. Oil central heating. All house
windows fitted with secondary glazing.
Local authority: Hereford County Council:
Tel: 01432 260000 Council tax: Band G
Fixtures and fittings: Items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation.
Agents note: A public footpath crosses the garden see agent for details. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Comodidades

  • Habitaciones para el personal
­
Guide £895,000
4
Dormitorios
4
Baños completos
3,300 PIE CUADRADO
Interior
1 acres
Exterior
Casa Unifamiliar
LUD170001
ID de MLS