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Property for sale

welsh newton, Monmouth, Herefordshire, NP25 Offers in the region of £1,500,000

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Bedrooms: 8

HouseSimple is pleased to present this property close to Monmouth.  Dating from the 17th century (1667) this fine, Grade II listed property has been a farmhouse, rectory and latterly a family home.  The house retains many period features but has been refurbished and is presented in good decorative condition with colours predominently from Farrow and Ball.  

Main Points

The principal house has 6 bedrooms, three large attic rooms, a library, study, 5 ground floor reception rooms, spacious farmhouse kitchen.

in addition it benefits from a two bedroom detached holiday cottage which has a high level of year round bookings.

The house is situated on the edge of the village of Welsh Newton in South Herefordshire.  It sits in about .75 acre of mature gardens and is bordered to the west and south by its own land (22 acres or thereabouts) currently divided into three large fields and two paddocks.   There is a 5 stable block to the rear of the property and potential to create a manege (subject to PP).

The heating is by biomass boiler installed in 2015 and benefitting from the 20 year commercial renewable heating incentive which offsets the running costs.


Ground Floor accommodation comprises:

LARGE ENTRANCE HALL (18'11" x 17'10") with flagstone floor, wood burning stove. 

STUDY (14'8" x 10'8") with original fireplace and shutters.

SNUG (14'x12'9") dual aspect sash windows, wood burner

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM (18'3"x15') dual aspect windows, built in appliances, hand built kitchen units, plentiful storage, Rayburn, flagstone floor.

UTILITY ROOM (12'x6') plumbed for washing machine, butler sink

DINING ROOM (23'11"x17'9") This is the oldest part of the house.  Flagstone floor.  Beamed ceiling, leaded light windows, fireplace with large wood burning stove.

A guest toilet suite is situated off the dining room.

DRAWING ROOM (21'11" x 16') french windows, fireplace.  Through to

SITTING ROOM (18'6" x 16'3") french windows, wood burning stove.  These two rooms are currently joined and form one large space.  Part of the Georgian wing of the house they have high ceilings and plenty of natural light.

First Floor accommodation

Library 18'9" x 17'5" with Study/office space 10'11"x9'10"

Bedroom 1 14'3" x 13'5" built in cupboard

Bedroom 2 16'7" x 11'10"


Bedroom 3 12'7" x 12'3"

Bedroom 4 12'1" x 8'8"


Bedroom 5 15'10" x 14'3" with ensuite bathroom

Bedroom 6 15' x 11'3" with ensuite bathroom

LOFT/Attic rooms

19'1" x 16'6"

20'3" x 12'3" with mezzanine 

12' x 12' (approx) with mezzanine


plenty of potential with these rooms to create the ultimate teenage space or cinema room or guest suite.....


Conveniently situated alongside the main house Pembridge Cottage comprises two bedrooms and an open plan kitchen/living room.  Bookings have been consistently high and the cottage provides a useful income.  Could be turned into long let or family use subject to planning permission.

THE LAND/outbuildings

Sloping pasture land.  22 acres approx.  Divided into three main fields with two small paddocks.  5 stable block clad in timber but constructed in stone and blockwork.  Ruined brick building on site with footings in place for a planned building that didn't complete.

Note:  adjacent landowners have an easement to use the track which is also a public footpath.

Broadband.  The property does not have superfast broadband yet but is due to be connected to FTTP (fibre to the premises) in the near future.

Every effort has been made to ensure that these details are completely accurate but they are for a guide only and not to be relied upon.

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