A wonderful Grade II listed timber framed house with superb accommodation, lovely gardens and separate barn set in the heart of the village.
A timber framed house with 16th century origins, Grade II listed and steeped in character and charm, yet having exceptional accommodation arranged over two floors. The front door opens into the entrance hall with steps up to the open plan sitting room and kitchen dining area. With its vaulted ceilings and areas cleverly created with the introduction of Chrittal framed partitions. The sitting area focuses on the open fire set in a beautiful stone chimney breast with brick and tiled hearth. The kitchen is cleverly fitted out with a large central island made of cast concrete providing plenty of storage and fitted appliances and this in turns opens onto the dining area with windows looking down the garden. Throughout this room is a wooden parquet floor. There is a second sitting room with stone flooring and fireplace off the hallway. There is a ground floor bedroom and also a shower room on the ground floor with two interconnecting bedrooms on the first floor off landing with a separate bathroom. The Barn This is listed in its own right and is a substantial timber framed building that has scope for garaging and storage with its concrete floor. Subject to consents it could have other uses including annex or cottage. Garden and Grounds Set back from the lane behind a hedge and fence, gates open onto a gravelled driveway with the house to one side and the barn to the other. The driveway opens onto a lawn and the pathway goes to the further lawn where there is a summer house with outdoor kitchen and housing a hot tub which overlooks more lawn and is enclosed by mature Yew hedging.
Eardisland is a popular north Herefordshire village which is known for its pretty buildings, architecture and has the River Arrow meandering through it. The village has an active community with village hall, church and pubs.The glorious surrounding countryside that provides plenty of fine walks and accessible to the nearby market towns of Leominster, Ludlow and Presteigne with the Cathedral city of Hereford within striking distance and Hay On Wye on the Herefordshire / Powys border a short drive to the south. Distances Leominster 5 miles, Ludlow 17 miles, Presteigne 10 miles, Hereford 15 miles, Hay on Wye 19 miles (Distances and time approximate).Directions (Postcode HR6 9BS)Enter Eardisland on the road from Leominster and cross over the river bridge before taking the first right hand turn onto Broome Lane where you will find Hollyhocks on the left-hand side.