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- Approximately 7.2 acres (tbv)
- Opportunity for multi-generational living/ holiday rental opportunity
- Main home with four bedrooms
- Annexe with two bedrooms
- Stone barn with sunroom, cinema, workshop and toolstore
- Country dining kitchen with Aga
- Characterful reception rooms
- Set within peaceful village
- Close to excellent network of main roads
- Short distance to two market towns
This magnificent farmhouse offers occupants the chance of a quintessential pastoral lifestyle; the home is set within approximately 7.2 acres of land*, which affords an ideal opportunity to keep animals and grow fresh produce. The original part of the home dates back to the 16th century and a later extension was added during the Victorian era; therefore the substantial residence carries a plethora of charming period features. There is ample opportunity for multi-generational living or potential holiday rental opportunities; one area of the home has been split into a self-contained annexe with two bedrooms. There is also an opportunity to purchase a three-acre field, a two-bedroom converted barn and a four-bedroom converted barn via separate negotiation.
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Llangarron, HR9 6NQ
This magnificent farmhouse offers occupants the chance of a quintessential pastoral lifestyle; the home is set within approximately 7.2 acres of land*, which affords an ideal opportunity to keep animals and grow fresh produce.
The original part of the home dates back to the 16th century and a later extension was added during the Victorian era; therefore the substantial residence carries a plethora of charming period features.
There is ample opportunity for multi-generational living or potential holiday rental opportunities; one area of the home has been split into a self-contained annexe with two bedrooms.
There is also an opportunity to purchase a three-acre field, a two-bedroom converted barn and a four-bedroom converted barn via separate negotiation.
(*to be verified)
[Main home] Four bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities • Drawing room • Sitting room • Music room •Study • Dining room •Dining kitchen • Utility • Cloakroom •Dressing room •
[Annexe] Two bedrooms •Dining kitchen • Sitting room • Family bathroom •
[Stone barn] Sunroom • Cinema • Workshop • Toolstore •
[Outside] Approximately six acres of pasture and traditional English country gardens • Substantial kitchen gardens • Ample off-road parking + ev charging point •
Llangarron is a pretty village situated between the market towns of Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye, both of which offer a good range of shopping facilities, dining and leisure pursuits. While both give a range of reputable schools, Monmouth boasts private schooling options for boys and girls aged 3-18.
Llangarron itself has a welcoming village community; there are three venues - The Garron Centre, St Deinst Church and LLangarron Village Hall. Not only do these give residents a place to gather, but a variety of events are also staged in these settings, such as classical concerts, coffee mornings and yoga classes.
The spectacular setting of Symonds Yat, which is one of the most well-known landscapes within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a short drive (around ten minutes) from Llangarron. This location is famed for its phenomenal river scenery, woodland expanses and limestone cliffs. There are several riverside pubs and restaurants which are exceedingly popular with residents and tourists alike, and a wide range of outdoor pursuits; walking, cycling, canoeing and wild-swimming, are easily accessible. At Symonds Yat, the Biblins swing bridge, which crosses the Wye, leads over to the Forest of Dean - giving access to thousands of acres of hikes through the wilderness.
Llangarron is also set within easy access to the major road networks; the A40 is around a mile away and the eastbound road provides a direct route to Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds. Meanwhile, motorists heading in the opposite direction can journey towards the M4 at Newport which gives access to Cardiff and London. In addition, the M50 motorway begins in Ross, and this gives good access to the M5.
The home at a glance
Trecilla Farm is surrounded by idyllic rolling farmland and the gardens offer the owner their corner of private, unspoiled countryside.
There is an immaculately-kept traditional country garden at the front of the property and this beautifully sets the scene for the tranquil country home. This area has a manicured lawn bordered by flower beds as well as a Mulberry tree, apple tree and fig tree. There is also a cider press stone, which is framed beautifully by a pergola that supports an established grapevine.
A lovely circular walk takes visitors around the home, displaying that every area of the garden is as exquisite as the next. To one side of the farmhouse, there is an extensive kitchen garden which features two greenhouses, as well as several raised beds and, beyond here, there is an enclosed arboretum containing a variety of mature specimen trees which lead to the Garren Brook.
Behind the home, there is an orchard which gives a variety of fruit trees, including plums, eating apples and cooking apples. There is also an expansive paddock which has a stable and store, and this area has an appealing backdrop of the village of Llangarron and the pretty spire of St Deinst Church. There are also several field shelters and hay stores and, closer to the home, there are enclosed pens which currently serve as a home for the goats.
Nearby, a little fruit bed area gives redcurrants, blackcurrants, rhubarb and gooseberries and there is a small walled garden which has a level lawn, an old water pump and a patio seating area – making it the perfect spot for an outdoor lounge or alfresco dining area.
Further around the home, there is a serene spot; there is a grass lawn with large Nissen hut, behind which bluebells and wild garlic bloom. There is also a damson tree as well as a walnut tree growing within the expanse.
The property dates back to the 16th century therefore certainly possesses oodles of character. The main entrance is sheltered beneath a sturdy porch, which was put in around five years ago by the present owners.
The reception hall gives an excellent first impression of the home; there are exposed timber frames and beams which present the property as a sublime chocolate-box home – and these delightful features are also found in many of the reception rooms in the main part of the home.
On the left, there is a Victorian extension and this hosts a grand, dual-aspect drawing room – a striking space which has high ceilings, picture rails, window shutters and a feature fireplace.
There are four more reception rooms on the ground floor of the property, one of which is the study which includes an old bread oven and this is lit to exhibit its depth. There is also a cosy sitting room which carries a stone fireplace which houses a wood-burning stove.
There is also a music room which leads through into a capacious dining room which typically accommodates 12 diners very comfortably. There is a hatch connecting this room with the country kitchen – a lovely, light-streamed space which boasts a pleasing view of the village from its windows.
The kitchen carries a pitched ceiling and exposed beams, but the principal focal point is the Aga cooker which is magnificently showcased beneath some gorgeous painted tiles. The kitchen also contains a conventional electric oven and hob, as well as a double Belfast sink, solid wooden worktops, a multitude of base and wall units – some of which are glass fronted - and there is space for an American-style fridge/freezer and a freestanding dishwasher.
There is also a separate and substantial utility room which gives space and plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumble dryer, plus a wealth of additional food storage space as the room contains built-in wooden units. At the far end, there is a cloakroom tucked away in the corner.
The first floor of the property houses four bedrooms, all of which have en-suite facilities. As the master bedroom is housed within the Victorian extension, there are some steps leading up to this voluminous, dual-aspect area. Much like the drawing room beneath, the master bedroom has high ceilings and the largest window overlooks the flawless front garden and countryside beyond. There is an en-suite shower room, complete with a walk-in double shower, basin, WC and towel rail.
Of the remaining three bedrooms, two have borrowed lights over the doorway – colourful panes of glass over their doorways to let light pour into the hallway running between the bedrooms.
The largest of these bedrooms has a beautiful fireplace with ornately decorated tiling plus an en-suite bathroom, complete with a bath with shower overhead, plus a basin, WC and airing cupboard. The other two bedrooms are similar to one another; they each feature en-suite shower rooms, complete with three-piece suites, and one of these bedrooms includes a cast iron fireplace, which serves as a particularly charming focal point.
Just off this hallway, there is a generous linen cupboard which is large enough to be used as a dressing room.
The annexe, which is named 'The Granary', can be accessed either via the kitchen in the main part of the home, or from an external door which leads into an expansive dining kitchen. This area feels wonderfully spacious due to its high, pitched ceiling – a feature which is beautified by exposed ceiling trusses. The kitchen itself includes a conventional electric oven and hob, as well as space for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. A step down leads to the sitting room, which includes spotlighting.
A staircase in the dining kitchen leads to the first floor of the annexe. This has a roomy master bedroom which includes a vaulted ceiling and wooden panelling, as well as a smaller bedroom, which presently accommodates a set of bunk beds. Both bedrooms boast lovely views and there is a family bathroom which houses a bath with shower overhead, basin, WC, heated towel rail and an airing cupboard. It is also worth noting that The Granary has its own hot water and cold water tanks, giving additional independence from the home.
A stone barn in the garden offers an ideal entertaining space; and double doors open into a triple-aspect sunroom which feels light and airy, owing to the vaulted ceiling. Beyond here, there is a cinema room which is large enough to accommodate several sofas as well as a bar area. This area carries a wonderfully rustic character, owing to the exposed stone walls, window shutters and exposed beams.
It is also worth noting that this stone barn gives plenty of storage for gardening equipment, as well as a space large enough to be used as a workshop. The building has 24 solar panels on the roof with battery storage (installed December 2021) and these provide most of the electricity for the home itself the building is heated via an air-source heat pump.
There is an opportunity to also purchase another paddock of around three acres near to the farm, further away from the Garren Brook. There is also an opportunity to purchase a two-bedroom converted barn and a four-bedroom converted barn -these could serve as ideal holiday rental opportunities or be adopted into accommodation for multi-generational living. Please speak to the sales team for more information.
24 solar panels on the roof of the cinema/sunroom outbuilding (9kw system) with battery storage(6kw) - this provides most of the electricity required for the home. Mains water and electricity. Oil central heating. Septic tank. Telephone line and fibre broadband (fibre to the premises – with a speed of 75mbps).
Herefordshire Council. Council tax band: G.
From Ross-on-Wye, take the A40 dual carriageway towards Monmouth. Around 1.25 miles after Wilton roundabout, take the right-hand crossing over the dual carriageway, for Glewstone. Drive through the village of Glewstone and stay on the road towards Llangarron. Continue straight over the crossroads over the A4137 and continue towards Welsh Newton, Llangarron and Llangrove. Stay on this road for around one mile and then take the second turning on the right, for Trecilla Farm.
Ross-on-wye 5 miles • Monmouth 7 miles • Hereford 14 miles • Abergavenny 18 miles • Gloucester 23 miles • Cheltenham 40 miles • (All distances are approximate)
For more information about this property, please contact
Hamilton Stiller Estate Agents, HR9 on +44 1989 569044 * (local rate)
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