Quabbs Farm

Kiln Green



Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors

Offers: £895,000

Call: 01989 768320

A BEAUTIFULLY situated miniature country estate comprising a refurbished stone built house, self-contained annexe, and cluster of stone outbuildings, the whole being encircled by approx 12.75 acres of unspoilt paddocks and pasture (TBC). This land incorporates many magnificent mature oak and other deciduous trees which lend to the whole a quite extraordinary feeling of serenity and wellbeing.

Positioned some five miles south of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye, Quabbs Farm occupies an idyllic rural location in a particularly serene and unspoilt part of south east Herefordshire.

The original dwelling on the site probably dates back some 200 years, and is of stone construction, but this has been extended and refurbished over the last 30 years to now comprise a comfortable main dwelling with adjacent self contained annexe. Positioned close by are several additional outbuildings which future owners may also wish to convert into further accommodation.

The paddocks and pastures surround the cluster of central buildings, and incorporate not only two lakes, but also superb original hedging and a number of truly magnificent mature oak trees which the current owner will want the intending purchaser to retain so long as they are viable. It is believed that most of these beautiful trees date back to the era when Queen Elizabeth I was on the throne.

Views in virtually all directions are unspoilt, and despite the tranquillity of the location, the M50 motorway and A40 dual carriageway are both accessible within approximately a 15 minute drive.

True rural seclusion, as one finds here, is now becoming increasingly difficult to find.

Quabbs Farm thus represents a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking for dark skies and atmospheric seclusion.