Yew Tree House, Marston, Pembridge, Leominster.
HR6 9JA Price: £699,950 No Chain
Bedroom/s Bathroom/s Lounge/s
4/5 3 5
bedroom/s bathroom/s reception/s

Contact property agent:

Leominster Office
01568 610 600

Nestled In The Charming Hamlet Of Marston, Surrounded By Delight Rural Herefordshire Countryside

Close To The Picturesque Medieval Village Of Pembridge

Most Impressive Grade II Listed, Half Timbered Country Residence

Believed To Date Back To The 16th Century

Spacious 4/5 Bedroomed Accommodation

Including 5 Reception Rooms & Conservatory Addition

Wealth Of Character & Charming Throughout

Set In Pleasant Mature Gardens & Grounds

Including Excellent Detached Workshop/Garage & Additional Outbuildings

Driveway Providing Ample Parking

Additional Grounds Available Subject to Separate Negotiations

Dating back to the mid-16th Century Yew Tree House is considered to be a 'high status' country residence of its time, with sizable internal timbers and external jetty, reflecting excellent craftsmanship throughout. The property is set in the charming hamlet of Marston with a great community spirit with the idyllic village of Pembridge close to hand with an excellent range of amenities including two public houses and a further restaurant, local shop and tea room, highly sought after Outstanding primary school, pre-school, Church, Village Hall, farm shop, further tea room and art gallery together with a thriving local community. Local features include a beautiful riverside area, Medieval Market Hall and community meadow with playground, Annual village events include a summer show & trotting races, Bonfire & Fireworks and Christmas market with much admired illuminated Christmas trees throughout the village. The towns of Kington and Leominster are easily accessible with a broader range of amenities with the cathedral city of Hereford a little further to the south.

The property itself offers characterful accommodation set over two floors including a lovely family kitchen breakfast room with conservatory off overlooking the private gardens and separate very useful utility boot room also opening to the gardens. The main reception rooms include a large formal dining room with woodburning stove and bread oven, drawing room with inglenook fire place and separate sitting room/5 bedroom, study and cellar. Two separate staircases lead up to the first floor accommodation including four double bedrooms, family bathroom and Jack and Jill style en-suite/dressing room to one of the bedrooms and an impressive living room with vaulted ceiling and a wealth of exposed timbers.

Outside a driveway leads around to the side of the property where there is ample parking and access to a substantial detached workshop/garage with further additional outbuildings/sheds within the garden. The gardens themselves are of a good size and form a lovely feature to the property, with a patio area to the rear providing a lovely private seating area overlooking the predominantly lawned rear garden with mature floral boarders and backdrop onto rural countryside.


There is additional land available by separate negotiations. Contact the agent for further details.


Mains Water, Gas and Electric. Private Drainage

Gas Fired Centrally Heated

Connected to Super Fast Broadband


Council Tax Band: F. Amount payable 2017/2018: £2,453.20

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