Lower Bache House property
Lower Bache, Kimbolton, Herefordshire

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A traditional farmhouse with lovely views across a valley, in need of refurbishment. The separate annex, barn and outbuildings provide a great deal of potential.

  • Drawing Room
  • Library/Study
  • Dining Room/Sitting Room Kitchen
  • Old Dairy
  • Main Bedroom with Dressing Room and Bathroom
  • Three further bedrooms each with ensuite shower rooms and dressing rooms.
  • One bedroomed annexe with sitting room and bathroom
  • Barn with workshop and ancillary buildings
  • Pretty Garden
  • In all about 1 acre

Tenbury Wells 6 miles | Ludlow 12 miles | Leominster 4 miles
(All distances are approximate)

From Leominster take the A49 north. Just outside the town
take the A4112 towards Tenbury Wells. About a mile beyond the
village of Kimbolton, turn right, signed Bache. Turn left after
about 500 yards, and the entrance to Lower Bache is on the
right, just past the first houses in the hamlet.

The village of Kimbolton has a very popular pub
(The Stockton Cross Inn), a village hall and a Primary and
Nursery School. Two miles to the east of the A49, it is very
accessible to the market towns of Ludlow, Tenbury Wells and
Leominster all of which provide a wide range of facilities.
Stations are at Ludlow and Leominster.

Lower Bache House with its 17th Century origins has been
in the same ownership for over 30 years. The small hamlet
of houses at Lower Bache are approached down a narrow
country lane. The entrance to the house is gated. The front
door opens into the magnificent Drawing Room with its
enormous inglenook fireplace, main staircase and double glazed
French doors opening out into the garden. The Library,
once the old kitchen with its small inglenook and bread
oven, has fitted bookshelves along one wall. The Dining
Room has within it, the cider mill and a glazed doors out on
to the terrace which overlooks the garden and across the
valley. In one corner there is a wood burning stove. Both
the traditional Kitchen and Old Dairy still have many original
features including some flagstone flooring. The rear lobby,
beside which is the cloakroom, leads out to the courtyard.
On the first floor, the main bedroom has a Dressing Room
and Bathroom. Off this landing is a connecting door to a
further bedroom. Each of these three-bedroom suites has a
small sitting room and shower room and the external door on
the back landing goes out to the external stone staircase.

Directly opposite the back door is a self-contained annexe
comprising a small sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.
This adjoins the traditional barn and workshop and, along
with its associated buildings, including the outside utility
room and potting shed, provide exciting opportunities to
develop or convert depending on individual requirements

These attractive peaceful gardens surround
the house on three sides. Beside the drive,
a large willow shades a pretty pond. On
the east side of the house, the terrace off
the Dining Room enjoys superb views. This
side of the garden is terraced and overlooks
the valley and comprises various sections,
including a raised vegetable garden, a former
butterfly house, a pretty wildlife pond, lawns
and a small orchard and chicken run.

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
LPG central heating.

Only those items mentioned in these sale
particulars are included in the sale. Other
items are specifically excluded but may be
made available by separate negotiation.

Strictly by appointment with
Bengough Property 01568 720159

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