11 bed country-house for sale in Evancoyd (ref: 29984813)Shortlist
- Historic country house
- Renovation project
- Coach House
- Approx. 27 acres
- Idilic location
- Grade II listed
- Lodge House
Situation - A gravel driveway passes in front of the Lodge and meanders through a tree lined approach to Newcastle Court. The land generally slopes in a southerly direction and comprises mature woodland and gardens. A particular feature of the grounds are the pathways, which lead through the gardens and mature woodland and which lead down to the pools, which are located adjacent to the southern boundary. The gardens comprise of lawn areas, which immediately surround the residence, with an abundance of shrubs, trees and flowering plants.
Presteigne is a much sought after small border town surrounded by lovely countryside and offering a good and interesting range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities.
Description - An interesting and historic former country estate situated in a stunning rural location giving a real air of the elegance of a bygone age. The principle residence has four reception rooms and eleven bedrooms arranged over three floors with extensive high ceilinged cellars which maintain a high temperature all the year round. The main house has been prepared by the current owners for the renovation work and refurbishment required. Gardeners Cottage, the former gardeners accommodation adjoining the main house and The Old Coach House and Stables have both undergone refurbishment, The Lodge at the entrance to the property also offers further accommodation with 2 bedrooms. The grounds are a most valuable amenity to the property and extend to approximately 27 acres, with pools, woodland and pastureland.
Newcastle Court House has been prepared by the current owners for renovation and refitting, although the works already done have included a full re-roofing programme, the rebuilding of the chimney stacks, new guttering, repairs to the exterior rendering and paintwork, replacement of windows and internal joists. The property is currently vacant and requires finishing and fitting out (including the kitchen and bathrooms) to the new owners requirements.
A gravel driveway passes in front of the Lodge and meanders through a tree lined approach to Newcastle Court. The land generally slopes in a southerly direction and comprises mature woodland and pastureland. A particular feature of the grounds are the pathways, which lead through the gardens and mature woodland and which lead down to the pools, which are located adjacent to the southern boundary. The gardens comprise of lawn areas, which immediately surround the residence, with an abundance of shrubs, trees and flowering plants.
Services - Newcastle Court House is connected to mains electric and water. Please note the extent of the drainage system is unknown.
Council Tax - Newcastle Court : TBC
Newcastle Court Cottage : Band F
Newcastle Court Lodge: Band D
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The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status along with any tenancies that may be in place. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
Viewings - Strictly by appointment. Please contact the agents on 01432 344779 before travelling to check viewing arrangements and availability.
Directions - From Kington take the A44 heading towards Walton. Upon reaching Walton take the right hand turn signposted Evenjobb / Knighton and continue along the road until reaching Evenjobb village. Pass through the village and pass Evancoyd Court on the left. Follow the road for a further 500/600 yards and on the left hand side just after a sharp left hand bend, there will be double gates denoting Newcastle Court, take this turning. Follow the road until reaching the property.
August 2019 -
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Stamp Duty Due
Based on a sale price of £1,100,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
- Status: SSTC
- Reference: 29984813