Wellington, Hereford, Herefordshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Smallholding, Equestrian, Five Bedrooms, Farmhouse, Courtyard of Traditional Buildings, Mature Gardens, Up to 14 Acres (5.67 Ha) Available by Separate

Negotiation, Refurbishment / Conversion Opportunity, Potential Annexe / Holiday Let / Auxiliary Accommodation, EPC G

Situation: Upper Derndale is situated close to the village of Canon Pyon where there is a local shop, an Ofsted Outstanding primary school and the Nags Head pub.

A little further afield are the sought-after villages of Weobley to the north (famous for being part of The Black and White Trail) with Tillington and Burghill to the south. Burghill itself has a primary school and a popular golf course with further amenities nearby in Tillington with a village store and the renowned public house, The Bell Inn. Hereford city is only a short drive away (approximately 7 miles) which offers an excellent range of amenities which include a leisure centre, restaurants, shopping and a Theatre. There are

outstanding state and independent schools in the area including Lucton School and Hereford Cathedral School. Several Golf Clubs and Hereford National Hunt racecourse are within a 15-minute drive. The A49 is close by and provides good road links to the national motorway network. Birmingham and the West Midlands are an approximate one-hour commute with many convenient rail links from Hereford.

Upper Derndale is a substantial country property with conversion or development potential in the sought-after Herefordshire countryside.

The property comprises of a five bedroom farmhouse in need of modernisation, a courtyard of traditional outbuildings ideal for conversion plus up to fourteen acres of pasture available via separate negotiation. This property is ideal as a lifestyle hobby farm or equestrian use.

This is a unique opportunity for a buyer to implement their own design on the property, either to suit multi-generational family living

or as a home generating a rental yield.


Services: Mains electricity, private water supply, and private drainage system.

Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax: Band F

Postcode: HR4 8BH

Local Authority: Herefordshire Council 01432 260 000

Broadband: Our research has indicated that ultrafast fibre is available at this property.

Please conduct your own research to ensure the speeds meet your requirements.

Flood Risk: Surface Water: Very low risk. Rivers and The Sea: Very low risk.

Fixtures and Fittings: Whilst all attempts have been made to accurately describe the

property in regard to fixtures and fittings, a comprehensive list will be made available by

the seller's solicitors.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property will be sold subject to and with

the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these

particulars or not.

Please Note: Covenant: Any future residential or commercial planning permission for

development purposes on the traditional farm buildings is subject to an overage clause.

The overage excludes residential use, auxiliary/secondary accommodation including a

holiday cottage, home office, own business use, agricultural or equestrian facilities provided the property is not subdivided and sold separately. Please speak to the Agent for further details. The vendor is unable to confirm if the private drainage system meets the General Binding Rules. Tenure and Possession: The land is freehold and will be sold with vacant possession on completion. Asbestos maybe present in the roof of one of the outbuildings.

Directions: Arriving from Hereford on the A4110, take the first turn to the right after the village shop and before The Nags Head Pub. Continue along the lane for approximately 0.5 miles until you reach the buildings on the right-hand side.

01584 707100

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