CLYRO, Clyro, Herefordshire

House - with land

£850,000Guide price



01497 822522
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A substantial 4 bedroom traditional oak framed rural residence with 15 acres of lush pastureland (more land available by separate negotiation). Outbuildings including stabling and riding arena. Breathtaking panoramic views. Plus two self-contained, three bedroom lodges.


This substantial 4 bedroom residence was newly constructed in 2005 as a traditional oak framed property with the exposed and structural oak beams a particular character feature of the internal decoration. Immediately surrounding the property are generous lawned gardens with flower and herbaceous borders and a pergola area which takes advantage of the outstanding views. Beyond the homestead and surrounding the property are magnificent farmland enclosures extending to 15 acres which are complemented by an excellent range of outbuildings to include stabling and horse riding arena. The property also benefits from two self-contained three bedroom wooden lodges which are currently used for a thriving holiday lettings business.


Clyro Hill Farm is found approximately 2 miles above the village of Clyro, only a short distance from the popular market town of Hay-on-Wye. Clyro village has a primary school, Post Office and shop, Church and village hall, garage and petrol station. Hay-on-Wye has a wide range of shops, services and local amenities.


The characterful and spacious accommodation has been finished to a high standard throughout, creating the perfect environment for a family home. The property offers a large and well-presented kitchen/dining room which leads through to the main hallway with its exposed oak flooring and then into a very impressive lounge. This is an exceptional room with oak panelling, stone-surround fireplace and wood-burning stove. The rooms benefit from an abundance of natural light and take advantage of the most exceptional views towards the Black Mountains and Malvern Hills. The bedroom accommodation is again exceptionally well presented and very spacious particularly with the incredible vaulted ceilings.

The room measurements are as follows:-
Utility 3.14m x 5.29m (104 x 174) with solid fuel woodburner, Belfast sink and natural slate worktops with double doors leading into
Wet Room with w.c and shower 1.54 x 2.78m (51 x 91)
Kitchen/Diner 3.11m x 7.79m (102 x 257) exposed oak beams, rayburn and built in oven and hob, fitted kitchen units and worktops with central island
Snug 3.62m x 3.24m (1111 x 108)
Central Hallway 1.87m x 5.42m (62 x 179)
Front Office 2.55m x 3.48m (84 x 115)
Lounge 4.47m x 7.85m (148 x 259) exposed oak flooring, central fire place with stone surround
First Floor via central oak staircase
Master Bedroom 4.43m x 7.87m (146 x 2510) with ensuite
Bedroom 2 4.51m x 3.85m (1410 x 128)
Bedroom 3 4.49m x 3.90m (149 x 1210)
Bedroom 4 5.42m x 3.46m (179 x 115)
Bathroom 2.1m x 3.1m (611 x 102) w.c, shower and handbasin

The Land

Clyro Hill Farm is set in 15 acres of lush pasture land and areas of conservation. It is south facing with fertile soils ideal for growing pasture or arable crops. The land is split into conveniently sized enclosures ranging from good level pastures to those which have a gentle slope. The land offers a host of environmental and conservational features providing a haven for wildlife with a particular feature being the various ponds which provide natural habitat for duck, geese and other wetland birds.


Clyro Hill Farm has a generous range of outbuildings comprising:
Stables 7.0m x 16.35m (23 x 538) split into several sections inc. Tack Room
Machinery Store/Workshop 13.62m x 6.995m (448 x 230) and adjoining lean to 5.279m x 9m (174 x 296) steel portal frame building with concrete floors.
First floor Office 4.32m x 6.68m (142 x 2111) min head height
Fodder Store and Livestock Lairage 9.09m x 12.25m (178 x 146)
Meat Processing Room 5.39m x 4.41m (178 x 146) fully licensed to include w.c and additional refrigeration unit.
Outdoor Equestrian Arena woodchip flooring fully drained with post and rail border fencing.

The Lodges

The Lodges were built with planning permission for holiday use and are currently used for a thriving lettings business. Both were constructed to a high standard and fully comply with building regulations. The attractive timber-framed lodges are modern, fully insulated and set in their own grounds with spectacular views.
Entrance Hall 2m x 1.79m (67 x 510)
Centre Passage Way 1.07m x 4.05m (37 x 133)
Kitchen/Dining & Lounge 5.35m x 5.91m (177 x 195)
Bedroom 1 2.81m x 4.72m (93 x 156)

EPC Rating: D
Bedroom 2 2.99m x 2.95m (910 x 98)
Bedroom 3 2.81m x 2.82m (93 x 93)
Bathroom to include corner bath, wc, & handbasin. Tiled surrounds.


We are advised that the water supply is provided via a spring supply which is UV filtered and satisfies all the domestic and non-domestic demands. A further spring provides water to the field tanks. There is private drainage and oil-fired central heating. Please note the services or service installations have not been tested.

Council Tax

Powys County Council Band F.


Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.


Proceed out of Hay-on-Wye on the B4351 towards Clyro. At the T-junction in Clyro turn right on the A438 towards Hereford. Before you leave the village of Clyro take the left and then immediate right. Continue up the hill towards Newchurch for approximately 2 miles where the entrance to Clyro Hill Farm can be found on the right hand side.

Viewing and Contact Details

All viewings must be arranged through the selling agents Sunderlands. Contact Tel: 01497 822522
Office opening hours:

Out of hours contact:
Matthew Nicholls: 07811 521267
Harry Aldrich-Blake: 07717 410757

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the ‘Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme’ and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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