6 bedroom detached house for saleClyro, Hay On Wye
Sold STC £975,000
- 6 Bedroom Farmhouse
- Kitchen/Breakast Room
- 4 Reception Rooms
- Bathroom, 4 En-Suites
- Expansive Gardens
- Stunning Views
- 9 Acres of Grounds
- Optional 15 Acres (TBV)
Full descriptionHall House is a delightful converted farmhouse with equestrian facilities and exceptional views. It has been restored and linked to a period two storey barn, which provides an abundance of living accommodation, which could also be used for dual family living. The accommodation benefits from magnificent oak bespoke doors and windows set within exposed stone walling and retaining many character features including ceiling and wall beams, cruck trusses, flagstone floors and an Inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove. The property stands in a private, elevated and secluded location within picturesque wooded hillside which affords exceptional views over the Wye Valley to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons in the distance.
A traditional six bedroom country residence of considerable character with excellent equestrian facilities, magnificent views towards the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, set just under 9 acres with the option of a further 15 acres (TBV) of woodland and pasture
Hall House is a delightful converted farmhouse with equestrian facilities and exceptional views. It has been restored and linked to a period two storey barn, which provides an abundance of living accommodation, which could also be used for dual family living. The accommodation benefits from magnificent oak bespoke doors and windows set within exposed stone walling and retaining many character features including ceiling and wall beams, cruck trusses, flagstone floors and an Inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove. The property stands in a private, elevated and secluded location within picturesque wooded hillside which affords exceptional views over the Wye Valley to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons in the distance.
Clyro (1.5 miles) is a pleasant village located on the main A438 Brecon to Hereford road and benefits from a post office, garage/shop, public house/restaurant, village hall, primary school, etc. Hay-on-Wye (3 miles) offers a further range of shopping and leisure facilities, as well as being renowned for the famous Hay Literary Festival and is the north eastern gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park. The surrounding countryside is well known for its outstanding natural beauty with an abundance of bird, plant and animal life.
The property comprises the following accommodation (measurements are provided for identification only):
Reception Hall - with views south east over courtyard to distant hills, flag stone flooring, revealed stone work, wood burning stove, downlights, glazed oak screen, staircase to first floor.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 3.86m x 4.37m - with windows north west and south west, door north east, extensive fitted floor and wall units, wooden worktops, one and a half bowl sink unit, mirrored window reveal, electric Everhot cooker, clay tiled floor, oak feature beams, oak staircase to first floor, radiator.
Dining/Reception Room - 7.49m x 6.05m - with beamed ceiling, revealed cruck trusses, windows north east and south west, French door south west, store fireplace with deep recess containing wood burning stove, stone hearth, oak flooring, two windows north east with window seats, two traditional radiators.
Laundry/Utility Room - 5.87m x 5.87m - with extensive fitted cupboards with automatic lights, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, central island, granite worktop, inset Butler sink with cupboards, shelves and drawers, two windows north east and south west, vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame timbers, stone tiled flooring with underfloor heating, stable door, double glazed doors to outside with outside doors for privacy.
Cloakroom - 2.11m x 1.14m - with low flush WC, window south west to garden, triangular hand basin, granite worktop, stone flooring.
Reception Hall - with staircase to first floor. This leads to:
Cloakroom - 2.59m x 2.16m - with cloaks area, fitted cupboard, low flush WC, hand basin, radiator
Drying Cupboard - 2.84m x 0.91m - with Worcester Danesmook oil fired central heating boiler, clothes drying rack and storage area.
Study - 4.19m x 3.86m - with carpeted floor, traditional radiator, window south, exposed stone beams and timberwork, understairs storage cupboard.
Library/Snug - 4.70m x 3.71m - with revealed stonework and timber frame, stone flagstone floor, window south, wood burning stove, understairs storage cupboard.
Drawing Room - 7.59m x 5.69m - currently used as a playroom with a multiple of uses possible, including a separate guest suite. Window south with outstanding views, barn doors opening south and north, revealed stonework and beams, fitted cupboards forming a secondary kitchen.
First Floor -
Bedroom 3 - 4.19m x 3.40m - with carpeted floor, Velux window north, recess for bed, exposed beams, door to:
En-Suite Bathroom - 3.99m x 1.78m - with fitted hand basin, twin gripped bath with overhead shower and screen, low flush WC, radiator, bidet, Velux roof light south with delightful views, shaver point.
Bedroom 6 - 3.66m x 2.26m - with carpeted floor, Velux window north, two radiators, exposed beams.
Bathroom - 2.57m x 1.96m - with Velux window south, twin grip bath with overhead shower, low flush WC, radiator, exposed beams, wash basin, shaver point.
Bedroom 5 - 4.45m x 2.59m - with deep door recess, Velux roof light north and south with delightful views, double radiator, exposed beams and stonework, recess cupboard.
Bedroom 4 - 3.20m x 3.15m - with large Velux roof light north, double radiator, exposed beams and stone work, recess airing cupboard with slatted shelves and hot water cylinder, door to:
En-Suite Bathroom - 3.30m x 1.50m - with twin grip bath with overhead shower, fitted cupboard with hand basin, low flush WC, shaver point and mirror.
Second staircase leading to:
Landing - with airing cupboard with slatted shelves and hot water cylinder, radiator doors to:
Master Bedroom - 5.11m x 3.35m - with extensive fitted wardrobes along one wall, two Velux windows south west, exposed beams, timbers and stonework, radiator, door to:
En-Suite - 1.60m x 1.30m - with fitted cupboards and hand basin, low flush WC, radiator, Velux roof light south west, shaver point.
Outside - A five bar gate leads to a gravelled driveway which provides an extensive turning and parking area which leads to the stable yard and attached OPEN GARAGE providing parking for two cars. This leads to a further garden area which has been symmetrically landscaped with dwarf box hedging and set around a circular water features set into a natural stone plinth. All of this can be enjoyed from an open loggia with a tiled canopy and flagstone floor. South westerly facing natural stone terraces and positioned to enjoy the views over the garden to the mountains beyond. A central flagstone terrace stands secluded and sheltered, screened on three sides by the house. Beautifully maintained lawns incorporate a large ornamental spring fed pond with a central fountain and water garden plants, currently stocked with Koi Carp. At a slightly higher level is an octagonal timber framed, double glazed SUMMER HOUSE with electric, together with an additional octagonal timber framed and clad OBSERVATORY which has a telescope rooftop set beneath a central telescope stand.
Outbuildings - WOODSTORE - 19' x 16'7" (5.8m x 5.05m) (adjoining house).
Double timber gates lead to a securely fenced and gravelled stable yard within which is an excellent Scotts of Thrapston L-SHAPED STABLE BLOCK - with three loose boxes measuring 22' x 16' and 17' x 14' with water and electric and a concrete walkway stands to the front of the block beneath a canopy on timber supports. In addition there is a HAY STORE/WASH DOWN AREA - 13'1" x 12'6" (4m x 3.8m) which is open fronted.
There is also a FURTHER STORAGE BLOCK - comprising:
TACK ROOM - 7'10" x 6'9" (2.4m x 2.06m) with double doors to front.
STORE - 14'5" x 7'10" (4.4m x 2.4m) fully lined with light, power and double doors to front.
GARDEN STORE - 8'8" x 6'11" (2.64m x 2.1m) with double doors to front.
FURTHER STABLE BLOCK - comprising two loose boxes measuring 3.5m x 3.5m and 3.5m x 3.05m with a small lean-to on one side.
Wooden double five bar gates give access to a stoned and grassed enclosure providing excellent horse box hardstanding.
The Land - To the south and north of the property are adjoining paddock enclosures which are in excellent order with post and rail fencing, lane frontage, pedestrian gates to the garden and a water supply. Within the northern enclosure is a notable standing stone ancient monument. In addition, the formal lawns back onto woodland, interspersed with mown paths with woodland riding and walks all set beneath an indigenous canopy of mature specimen trees which provides a perfect habitat for wildlife. Standing within the woodland is a timber framed and clad IMPLEMENT/LOG STORE providing spacious open and enclosed storage with electric and a concrete floor.
Situated in the northern enclosure is a useful FIELD SHELTER - 19'8" x 9'4" (6m x 2.84m)
Services - We are informed that the property is connected to mains electricity. Private borehole water supply with back up generator. Private septic tank drainage system.
Heating - Oil fired central heating system.
Council Tax - Band G
Directions - From Hereford, proceed West along the A438 for approximately 12 miles. After passing through the village of Letton, take the left hand turn towards signposted towards Brecon and Hay On Wye to stay on the A438. Continue on the A438 for just over 7 miles to the village of Clyro, passing through the villages including Winforton and Whitney On Wye.
Upon Entering Clyro take the first right hand turn, then take the immediate right on to Newchurch road. Continue along this road for just over 1 mile, up the steep hill, and the property will be found on the left hand side denoted by its own sign and accessed by a five bar gate.
Clyro village which is 1 mile north west of Hay On Wye.
Notice - Floor Plan for illustrative purposes only, not to scale. All measurements and distances are approximate. The normal enquiries carried out by a purchaser's Solicitor and the type of inspection undertaken by a purchaser's Surveyor have not been carried out by the Selling Agents for the purpose of preparation of these particulars.
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Jackson Property - for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars.
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
22nd July 2016 - .
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