A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed Manor House for full restoration in a lovely semi rural position just 5 miles approx. from Hereford. Beautifully converted adjacent 3 bedroom coach house, garaging, extensive parking and part walled gardens. EPC: C
Leave Hereford heading north on the A4110 signposted to Canon Pyon. Go over the Tillington/Burghill/Moreton crossroads and pass through the hamlet of Portway. Proceed down the hill, and along the straight, noting the right hand turn to Wellington. After a short distance, take the left hand turn signposted Tillington, turning right onto a tarmac driveway leading to some barn conversions. Follow the drive to the right taking you in front of the barn conversions which will lead down to Burghill Lodge and The Coach House.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
Situated on the banks of the River Wye, Hereford is a historic gem with a vibrant City centre. Offering easy access to Cardiff, Bristol, Cheltenham, Birmingham and Worcester, the area is sought after by commuters as well as families looking to settle on the City’s rural fringes, retirees after a home in the countryside and investors keen to cash in on the extensive regeneration of Hereford City centre.
The property itself is located in a pretty rural position, on the edge of a small hamlet of period converted properties. The Coach House and Burghill Lodge are conveniently situated for access to Hereford (approx. 5 miles) and Leominster (approx. 9 miles). Local facilities (shop and village post office) can be found at nearby Canon Pyon, with primary schooling in both Canon Pyon and Burghill; state and private secondary schooling in Hereford itself. There are many local pubs and restaurants nearby to include the Nags Head in Canon Pyon and The Bell at Tillington.
Burghill Lodge comprises a Grade II listed shell of a property with full planning for complete restoration and an adjacent fully renovated to an extremely high standard, former coach house. Together they offer an all too rare opportunity to create a ‘lifestyle property’, within their own partly walled gardens with outbuildings and pleasant rural views, once completed the Lodge could provide a superb family home, B&B with holiday letting accommodation, dual occupation using the existing coach house – in all extremely flexible accommodation that can be restored to a purchasers individual requirements – living the dream in the true sense!!
Various works have already been completed to include oak frame repairs. The building has also been completely stripped back to a skeleton oak frame in readiness for all repairs needed. A scaffold enclosing the whole building has been erected to allow work throughout the year in any weather.
5.79m (19' 0")x 3.96m (13' 0")
7.01m (23' 0")x 2.49m (8' 2")
5.79m (19' 0")x 4.04m (13' 3")
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
3.99m (13' 1") x 3.81m (12' 6")
3.20m (10' 6") x 2.69m (8' 10")
3.61m (11' 10") x 2.39m (7' 10")
3.61m (11' 10") x 2.39m (7' 10")
9.65m (31' 8") x 5.77m (18' 11")
With FIRST FLOOR 9.65m (31'8'') x 3.30m (10'10'')
The vendor informs us the following services apply: Mains water and electricity, private drainage.
A covenant currently exists restricting the two properties from being divided into separate ownerships.
Application No: S122487/FH
Listed Building Consent ref S122488/L
Date Listed: 20 October 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 154194
OS Grid Reference: SO4758046774
OS Grid Coordinates: 347580, 246774
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1168, -2.7670