Credenhill, Hereford

Guide price

Bedrooms: 7
Detached period listed residence, recently upgraded throughout Separate coach house with private garden with potential for conversion Private walled gardens 7 bedrooms Must be viewed to appreciate the character and original features


Located in the popular and vibrant village of Credenhill, the property is within easy reach to an excellent range of amenities including a Chinese restaurant, takeaways, doctors surgery, local park and church. It is a wonderful village with its own primary school, two nurseries, sports and social clubs, Parish church, and a community library. There are regular bus routes to City and Country secondary schools. The village has a variety of clubs to enjoy including Brownies, Scouts and exercise classes.

Hereford is approximately 4 miles east and offers an extensive range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities to include cinema, theatre, railway links, bus station and leisure pool, plus an excellent range of eateries.


Built in 1791, Town Well stands in gardens and grounds of approximately an acre. Within the grounds is a coach house, which is currently used for storage, but offers huge potential for conversion to further living accommodation, business space, holiday cottage with its own private garden. There is an impressive original walled garden, which further enhances this lovely house, and benefits from a rear access door to the public beyond.

Steps from the well-maintained front garden lead to the front door and open into a welcoming and spacious reception hall with an original oak staircase rising to the first floor. To one side of the hall access to the dual aspect dining room with shuttered sash windows, an original built-in arched cupboard and picture rails. The sitting room also has shuttered sash windows and a large original feature fireplace as well as ceiling cornicing.

The kitchen/breakfast room has dual aspect windows overlooking the gardens. From the kitchen there is access to the rear lobby, a further door to the garden and internal access via a part flagged floor leads you to the scullery room. There is also access from the lobby to the rear original servant staircase, front of house and cellar which that is divided into two rooms with a wine store.

The front main staircase rises to the first-floor landing where there is an attractive arched sash window looking out to the front. From here access can be gained to the three principal double bedrooms all offering ample space and all have period features. The family bathroom is well equipped with walk in shower and free-standing original Victorian roll top bath, WC and double wash hand basin, along with large cupboard storage.

The second floor is accessed by a the rear servant staircase and leads to four bedrooms and a storeroom which offer huge potential for further bedroom accommodation with some enjoying extensive views to the Black Mountains in the South West. A modern shower room has been created, giving a bathroom access for all bedrooms on the second floor.

A private drive leads round to the rear of the property where there is ample parking and access to the outside space and detached coach house. The gardens and grounds are a particular feature of Townwell. There is an attractive area to the front of the house, with wrought iron railings demarking the front boundary. The rear walled garden are laid to lawn and would be wonderful for a family with children. There are herbaceous borders and a variety of mature trees. There is a lovely wildflower meadow, along with large patio space which is great for entertaining.

The coach house is currently used for storage and a games room. It is a very attractive building and being Listed in its own right offers huge potential, in our view, as either further accommodation to the main house, or as a studio/office, or simply as a workshop, subject to any necessary approvals. Access can also be gained through the coach house to a further secret garden which is well enclosed.

Services & Expenditure

All mains services are connected.

Council Tax Band: F

Broadband Availability: Ultrafast 1000Mbps


Strictly by appointment. Please contact the agents on 01432 344779.

Viewings to be conducted under our viewings policies, copies of which can be found on

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