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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Haws Hill Farm, Sutton, Tenbury Wells

Offers in Region of £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four bedroom period cottage
  • 14 acres, numerous outbuildings
  • Registered Smallholding & subject to Single Farm Payments
  • Stunning views
  • Variety of uses
  • Remote, rural location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Haws Hill Farm occupies a wonderful position being approached down a long private track, commanding stunning distant views of the surrounding countryside and beyond, from Clee Hill to the Malvern Hills. Situated in a remote & rural position a short distance from the market town of Tenbury Wells, the property offers an opportunity to purchase a beautiful piece of Herefordshire.

Tenbury Wells, just 3 miles away, is situated on the Worcestershire/Shropshire borders and is surrounded by the wonderful countryside of the Teme Valley. The town provides a comprehensive range of amenities including pubs, restaurants & café’s, Primary and Senior Schools, a Cinema and Leisure Centre with swimming pool.

The property is located at the end of a long, private, no through track which is approached from the Bromyard Road. Consisting of the principle four-bedroom house, a variety of outbuildings and 14 acres of pasture land this property provides the ideal opportunity to enjoy all that the Countryside has to offer.

The House...
We understand that the original timber framed section of the property was built in the 16th Century with an extension being constructed in the 1970’s. The property is split in two parts and has a number of charming period features whilst enjoying comfortable living space.

On the ground floor, the property is entered via a bootroom into a utility room which has a WC and leads into the farmhouse kitchen which comfortably accommodates a kitchen/breakfast table. A door leads through the pantry.

The inner hall leads through the sitting room, a charming room with exposed beams, windows on two elevations enjoying the fabulous views, and a pleasant fireplace.
The hall also leads through to dining room, again with exposed beams and period features. Stairs in this room lead to the first floor of the original part of the property.

There is a further comfortable snug which has some lovely features and a door which leads through to an attractive sun room, ideal for enjoying views of the garden and the countryside beyond. On a clear day it is possible to see all the way to the Malvern Hills.

Stairs from the dining room lead up to a landing which has access to the master bedroom, a guest bedroom and a family bathroom. A second staircase from the hall leads to a further landing which in turn provides access to a shower room, two guest bedrooms and a fourth bedroom, which is currently being used by our clients as a study.

The house is encircled by gardens which are largely laid to lawn with additional patio terraces to enjoy sitting outside and enjoying the setting. The garden is bordered by a variety of species of shrubs & trees and a productive kitchen garden with a greenhouse sits to the rear of the house.

The curtilage of the house is further surrounded by paddocks which all have water supplies and offer productive grazing land up to 16 acres. The land has been split into several separate paddocks of varying sizes providing the opportunity for a variety of equestrian, agricultural or horticultural uses.

Equestrian & Farm Outbuildings...
There are a variety of block built outbuildings and sheds centred around a concreted yard, benefitting from power and water. The buildings are suitable for a variety of uses, the first of which is “u-shaped” ar including workshops, stabling, chicken runs, livestock & lambing pens, pig pens, kennels and agricultural, horticultural and equestrian stores.

A second building houses an open double garage, a small dairy, cheese “factory”, turkey house and storage.


Mains electricity, mains water (via a private pump), private drainage. Oil fired central heating. The property has the benefit of Broadband.


From Tenbury Wells, head south on the B4214 Bromyard
Road for 2.9 miles whereupon you will find a lane on your
right by a red letterbox. Turn onto this lane and follow it for
1.1 miles, taking care, and you will find the property on your right at the top of the hill. Please note that the track is not suitable for vehicles with low ground clearance and should be traversed with caution.

Property ref: 121_2795_4276352

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Added on Rightmove:
04 November 2016


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