- Docklow House Is A Substantial Period Detached Farmhouse Set In The Small Rural Village Of Docklow
- The Property Offers Character 6 Bedroomed Accommodation Including 4 Reception Rooms With The Benefit Of Oil Fired Central Heating
- There Is An Extensive Range Of Outbuildings Including Stabling, Workshops & Garaging
- The Property Is Set In Approximately 3.39 Acres Of Gardens & Grounds Including 4 Paddocks, Orchard & Attractive Mature Gardens
Property SummarySubstantial detached country residence set in the North Herefordshire village of Docklow, offering spacious 6 bed accommodation with ample living space. Set in gardens and grounds extending to 3.39 ACRES, including stables and range of outbuildings. Being sold with No Onward Chain.
Docklow House is situated in the small rural Herefordshire village of Docklow, conveniently located between the market towns of Leominster and Bromyard, both providing a good range of everyday needs. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the Cathedral City of Hereford and Worcester as well as Ledbury and Ludlow, all of which are easily accessible. There are train stations at Leominster, Hereford and Worcester with motorway access via junction 7 of the M5 or junction 2 of the M50.
Docklow House is a substantial period detached country residence, set in its own good size gardens and grounds. The property is oil fired centrally heated and partially double glazed and offers well presented accommodation set over two floors, with the ground floor including Living Room with dual aspect, Sitting Room/Day Room with open fire, separate Dining Room and Snug which leads off to the Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a range of matching units including Oil fired AGA with the potential to open up the Snug and Kitchen into one room to provide a lovely Family Farmhouse Style Kitchen.
The First Floor accommodation includes six good sized Bedrooms, some of which lead through to each other, two Bathrooms and access to a Large Attic Room which could provide additional accommodation, subject to the appropriate permissions.
Outside, the mature gardens and grounds extended to approximately 3.39 acres, which form a real feature to the property. Approached via its own private gravelled driveway which sweeps around to the rear of the property there is ample turning and driveway parking which continues around to the extensive Outbuildings linked to the side of the main house.
The formal gardens are primarily set to the front and side elevations, including orchard with further gardens to the rear overlooking the paddocks. The gardens are attractively landscaped with mature floral and shrub borders and feature brick walling and arched gateways, with pleasant seating areas and greenhouse.
The grazing land adjoins the gardens to the rear and comprises four separate paddocks which benefit from gated access from both the driveway and additional road side access.
Accessed from an enclosed courtyard area to the side of the house is the:
OUTSIDE UTILITY/STORE - 21’0’’ x 9’11’’ (6.40m x 3.02m) With power and lighting and housing the oil fired central heating boiler. A door leads through to
WORKSHOP - 17’3’’ x 9’8’’ (5.26m x 2.95m) With power and lighting, original flag stone floor and wooden double doors out to garden.
Accessed separately from the rear and still adjoining the property two original stables:
STABLE ONE - 14’5’’ x 14’2’’ (4.39m x 4.32m) With light and cold water tap
STABLE TWO - 14’5’’ X 10’11 (4.39m x 3.33m) With light
Also adjoining the property is a double bay Dutch Style barn encompassing:
OPEN FRONTED BAY - 26'0'' x 14'8'' (7.92m x 4.47m) With concrete flooring and gives access to the stable and leads through to the garden to the front.
GARAGE - 17'4'' x 14'9'' (5.28m x 4.49m) With wooden sliding doors and lighting
STORE ROOM TO REAR OF GARAGE Access from the open fronted bay, provides storage and links to
MAIN WORKSHOP - 25'6'' x 17'11'' (7.77m x 5.46) With ceiling lighting, power points and windows and double doors open to the gardens to the side.
Set in the first paddock:
FIELD SHELTER/STOCK BUILDING - 26'0'' x 49'0''
Block built single storey stock building requiring renovation.
In addition to these, there are further smaller outbuildings encompassing including POTTING SHEDS and WOOD STORES.
Mains Water & Electricity, Private Drainage
Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax Band: G
Herefordshire Council. Tel. 01432 260000
Accompanied viewings, strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson Property. Tel. 01568 610600.
From Leominster proceed East on the A44 Worcester/Bromyard road for approximately 3 1/2 miles through Steensbridge and immediately after the entrance to Docklow Pools on the left hand side, the entrance to Docklow House is the 4th driveway on your left hand side.
The property is being sold with no onward chain and vacant possession.