Guide Price £1.1 Million Recently Sold
An imposing former vicarage with land in a desirable north Herefordshire village
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Family room
- Boot room
- Games room
- Downstairs shower room
- Six bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Walled gardens
- Two garages
- In all about 6.1 acres
The Old Parsonage is set in the heart of Dilwyn village which is a thriving community with The Crown pub (owned by the
Parish Council), St Mary’s church and a primary school.
Nearby are the market towns of Kington and Leominster and the Cathedral City of
Hereford, which is the cultural and economic hub for the county
and has all the facilities one would expect of an important regional
There is excellent schooling nearby from both the private and state
sectors including Hereford Cathedral School and Hereford Sixth
Trains run from Hereford station direct to London Paddington and
Birmingham. Leominster station has direct services to Manchester
For sale freehold
The former vicarage, situated in one of north Herefordshire’s prettiest
villages, noted for its historic timber-framed buildings arranged
around a village green. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside,
Dilwyn is part of the famous Black and White Village Trail.
The early Victorian, detached, two storey property has attractive
brick elevations, large windows and a slate roof. The house sits in a
quiet position near the centre of the village and is not listed.
The spacious, well-proportioned and beautifully presented
accommodation extends to nearly 5,800 square feet and has
many period details including a Minton tiled floor and a carved
stair in the hallway.
The garden has a large level lawn with a Ha Ha overlooking the
paddocks. The walled vegetable garden leads to an orchard with
greenhouse and chicken run. The land, extending to about four
and a half acres is divided into three stock proof enclosures. There
is a gravel drive and a parking/turning area in front of the house as
well as two garages and other useful outbuildings.
Wayleaves, easements and rights of way
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all
wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in
these particulars or not. There are no public rights of way across
The paddocks are subject to an overage deed – full details can be
obtained from the selling agents.
Mains electricity, water and sewerage. Oil fired central heating.
Fixtures & fittings
All items mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the
sale. All others are specifically excluded.
Energy Efficiency Rating
EPC = E
Herefordshire Council, tel 01432 260000
Council Tax Band: G (£3,275.90 for 2020/21)
From Leominster take the A44 signed Monkland and Kington.
After about 5 miles, turn left off the main road towards the village.
The driveway to The Old Parsonage is on the left after about 0.25
of a mile.
GPS 52.18865, -2.85678