Hamnish, Leominster, HR6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
The ideal country residence for an individual requiring space and an opportunity to work from home, if required, or even providing additional income with a holiday let business. The property itself offers, beautifully planned and spacious accommodation ideal for entertaining, has the benefit of oil fired central heating, double glazing, and conservatory ideal for summer use.

Hamnish is pleasantly located on the eastern side of Leominster, being north Herefordshire, approximately 5 miles from the market town, where a vast array of amenities are available.


In more detail the property comprises of:

The property is approached from the main drive giving access from the side of the property to:

Utility Room

3.27m x 4.72m (10' 9" x 15' 6")

Having matching range of shaker style units to the kitchen, to include; 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap over, space and plumbing below for washing machine, range of hardwood working surfaces with drawers and cupboards below, wood effect flooring, radiator, further base unit with space below for wine cooler, drawers and cupboards either side, full range of eye level wall cupboards, ample power points, pantry unit with shelving and coat hooks.

Further door leads to:

Kitchen/Family Room

3.32m x 9.54m (10' 11" x 31' 4") into bay window.

A magnificent kitchen/family room having matching shaker style units, comprising 1.5 enamel bowl sink with mixer tap, full length drawers and cupboards below, integral dishwasher, integrated fridge, space for range style cooker with hardwood working surfaces either side with drawers and cupboards, dresser type unit over with glass back, further dresser type unit with drawers and cupboards, integrated microwave, oil fired Rayburn for cooking purposes with matching shaker style base unit to the one side with drawers and cupboards.

Dining/Breakfast Area:

Positioned at one end, with ample space for large table, radiator, power points, inset ceiling downlighters, views to both front and side gardens, a particular feature of this room is the exposed well, having glazed top and light for ornamental purposes.

Door through to:

Inner Lobby

With feature Victorian tiled floor.

Door to:


With white suite, comprising vanity wash hand basin, low flush WC, radiator and original period water pump as a decorative feature.

Adjoining store.

Oak exposed wall timbers open through to:

Sitting Room

3.89m x 7.32m (12' 9" x 24' 0")

With radiator, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, ornate stone display niche (originally part of the bread oven) and wall light points.

Door leads through to:

Dining Room

7.80m x 4.27m (25' 7" x 14' 0") into bay window.

A lovely room for entertaining, having fireplace with fitted Clearview wood burning stove, with oak mantle over, parquet wood block flooring, two large panelled radiators, wall light points and french style doors opening onto patio.

Main Living Room

4.84m x 7.48m (15' 11" x 24' 6") into bay window.

Having feature inglenook fireplace with stone back, paved hearth and a fitted Clearview stove, wall light points, exposed ceiling timber, bay window with magnificent views through the gardens across the stunning open countryside and two large panelled radiators.


5.60m x 4.00m (18' 4" x 13' 1")

Approached from the front of the property, having double doors opening from the sitting room, uPVC double glazed construction with a glazed pitched roof, power points, electric underfloor heating, wall light points and having the benefit of doors accessing to all parts of the patio and garden.

A feature half twist staircase from the inner sitting room leads to:


Landing Area

With a wealth of fitted cupboards on both sides, providing a huge amount of space and wardrobe space.

Master Bedroom Suite

6.51m x 3.67m (21' 4" x 12' 0")

With central oak timbers, two panelled radiators and views across the garden and the open countryside.

Door to:

En-Suite Bathroom

5.94m x 3.26m (19' 6" x 10' 8")

A magnificent bathroom comprising his and hers baths, one being central claw and ball roll top bath with central telephone style shower attachment, the other being a larger than average enamelled bath with surround, corner shower with raindrop shower head, his and hers vanity units with storage beneath, two mirrors above with display lighting, inset ceiling downlighters, wood effect flooring and period style radiator.

Bedroom 2

3.67m x 3.0m (12' 0" x 9' 10")

Having display alcove and radiator.

Steps from the first landing lead to:

Second Landing Area

Having access to the roof space.

Door to:

Bedroom 3

3.35m x 3.23m (11' 0" x 10' 7")

With radiator, dual windows with outlook down the drive and also to the rear garden.

Bedroom 4

4.14m x 2.36m (13' 7" x 7' 9")

Having radiator, power points and window overlooking the rear garden area.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a white suite, comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, enamelled bath with tiled surround, corner shower cubicle with tiled shower and glazed screen.


The property is approached through a private road which only accesses Holly Brook Cottage, but there is agricultural access for some of the adjoining fields. On approaching through the private lane, which leads up to Holly Brook, there is a large tarmacadamed driveway and parking facility for numerous vehicles plus access to the studio.

The garden boasts a brick and glass greenhouse and a large fruit cage, two large garage areas, a block of four stable area and a poultry coop behind the stable block, beyond here there is an area which is lawned and having an attractive range of silver birch and bee hives to one corner, this in turn gives an access way to one of the orchards.

To the side and the front gardens are more formal areas, and there is a large timber fronted garden house/summer room.

The formal gardens, which are outstanding, and predominantly laid to lawn with a selection of trees and a vegetable section, variety of shrubs giving colour throughout the year and all areas of the garden take full advantage of the outstanding elevated position and countryside views.

There are three areas of separate orchard and land, with part of the land being put down to a productive vineyard, with 750 vines and produces circa 1200 bottles of crisp white British wine, in association with Three Choirs (further information available upon request). In all as shown in detail on the enclosed Land Registry Plan, the gardens and grounds extend to something approaching 13 acres.

There is an external oil fired Worcester central heating boiler, serving domestic hot water and central heating.


3.66m x 3.51m (12' x 11'6”)

Accessed from the outside and is ideal for storage.


6.0m x 8.7m (19' 8" x 28' 7")

This was erected around 3 years ago, and was made by Oakwrights of Hereford, an oak framed manufacturer and assembly specialist from Herefordshire, and this is used currently as a workshop/studio area, but could be further developed as detailed planning consent has been obtained for the adjoining Dutch barn to be converted in to 4 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities or alternatively as it is. It is fully double glazed and insulated and is an ideal work from home studio/office suite or for holiday use, depending on an individuals requirements.

The main studio has an abundance of oak framing, oak flooring. Belfast sink, hardwood worktop either side, drawers, storage beneath, large double glazed bi-fold doors provide an opening onto the patio which has magnificent views to the garden and countryside beyond.

Large walk-in Shower/Cloakroom

2.40m x 3.0m (7' 10" x 9' 10")

With large corner shower, shower back, dual raindrop shower head and screen to the side, low flush WC, vanity wash hand basin, chrome ladder style radiator/towel rail, inset ceiling downlighters.

Adjoining Dutch Barn

5.0m x 15.0m (16' 5" x 49' 3") approximate measurements.

Currently being used for storage and garaging.

Two large Garage Areas

8.36m x 5.22m (27' 5" x 17' 2")

First having an electronic roller door.

Secondary Garage/Storage

2.84m x 4.59m (9' 4" x 15' 1")

Having power and light.

adjoining the garage areas there is

Four Loose Boxes

Approximate measurement of Each Stable: 5.20m x 3.25m (17' 1" x 10' 8")

Constructed of Blocks and each one having a stable door, power and light.

To the rear of the stable area, there is a poultry unit

Large Timber Summer House/Garden Room

5.35m x 10.0m (17' 7" x 32' 10")

Ideal for entertaining and has power and light.

A further enclosed storage area to the side, having stable door, concrete base.

Games Room/Gym or affectionately known as the Cricket Pavilion

3.74m x 7.40m (12' 3" x 24' 3")

This is affectionately known as the Cricket Pavilion because originally it was, but is now used as a games room, power and light.

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