Canon Frome, Ledbury, HR8


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The main house, Mill Cottage lies in the centre of the extensive grounds and has lovely views over the gardens. There is a large pond at the front of the house and a smaller garden pond at the rear. French doors open from the garden room to a sheltered flagstone terrace at the rear. On the ground floor the kitchen/breakfast room with Aga links to the garden room. There are also three reception rooms and a study. The first floor master suite has an ensuite bathroom and south facing balcony with views over the garden and surrounding countryside. Four further bedrooms and three more bathrooms complete the accomodation.

The "Swiss Cottage" on the banks of the River Frome has

a wrap-around balcony affording direct views over the river and weir. The two-storey chalet was built in 1838 and was refurbished by the current owner. It provides a bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor and a kitchen and living room with access to the balcony on the first floor.

"Lime Cottage" is at the top of the drive near to the entrance to Mill Cottage.It is a single storey detached former lime store, now a self contained one bedroom cottage with glorious views from the wooden decked balcony.

The "Engine House" is set in a secluded position by the woodland with delightful views towards the river and offers scope for use as studio or games room. The landscaped gardens are a feature of the property and extend to nearly 4 acres with many mature trees and the River Frome running through the grounds.

Ledbury 7 miles

Malvern 11 miles

Hereford 11 miles

M50 (Junction 2) 12 miles

(All distances are approximate)

Cannon Frome is a small rural hamlet situated between

Ledbury and Hereford. The nearby village of Ashperton

has a well regarded primary school and there is a shop

and petrol station at Newtown Cross. Slightly further

afield is the historic market town of Ledbury, famous

for its half-timbered buildings and medieval Market

Hall. Facilities there include a thriving high street with

a wide range of independent retailers, primary and

secondary schools, supermarket, library, swimming

pool, doctors' surgeries and a train station.

The Malvern Hills, An Area of Outstanding Natural

Beauty are the dominant feature of the landscape.

Malvern is also a renowned cultural centre with

an excellent theatre and cinema, as well as good

shopping facilities. A Waitrose superstore is in the

town centre and there are a wide range of independent

retailers on a busy high street.

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