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An impressive and beautifully refurbished listed Georgian country house with fine gardens at the heart of an idyllic country estate.
- Reception and staircase Hall
- Drawing Room
- Dining Room
- Music Room
- Open plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Sitting Room
- Billiard Room
- Georgian Kitchen
- Domestic Offices
- 4 Principal Bedroom Suites
- 5 Further Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Laundry Room
- 2 Internal Flats
- Beautiful Gardens, Grounds and Lake
- Impressive Walled Garden with Cottage
- Dovecote Clock Tower
- Victorian quadrangle Stable Block with 4 Flats
- Outdoor Menage
- 3 further Cottages
- 3 Farmhouses
- Significant range of traditional and modern farm buildings
- Parkland, Paddocks, Pasture and Woodland
- In all about 427.40 acres
- Principal house 18,712 sq.ft. (1739 sq.m.)
Grade II listed Newport House is one of Herefordshire’s most important houses and is situated in a secluded and peaceful location in beautiful countryside. The current owners bought Newport House in 2004 and have worked tirelessly to reinvigorate and refurbish the house and estate to its former glory. With amazing energy and a skilled workforce they have refurbished the house, in particular the principal rooms, and pieced back together the estate so the house now sits perfectly in the heart of 427 acres.
The estate sits in a stunning rural position about a mile from Almeley. It is well serviced with day to day facilities in the market town of Kington with further opportunities in Hay-on-Wye, Leominster and the Cathedral City of Hereford, just 15 miles to the south. Hereford provides good shopping and recreational facilities along with train services into London Paddington from 2hours 45 minutes.
There are excellent schools in the area including Hereford Cathedral School, Moor Park and Abberley, as well as ones around Malvern and Cheltenham.
This particularly beautiful part of Herefordshire comprises wooded rolling farmland with the Wye Valley to the west and the beautiful Black Mountains in the distance. The area offers a special rural quality of life whilst having a diverse selection of events and opportunities in the vicinity including the literary festival at Hay-on-Wye, the theatre at Malvern and the gourmet centre of Ludlow, all within easy reach.