Much Cowarne, Nr Bromyard

House - with land

£799,950Asking price



01432 356161
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Georgian Grade II Listed period farmhouse
Attached traditional barns with development opportunity (subject to planning)
Beautiful and tranquil rural location
Attractive level pasture In all about 19 acres


Red Wychend occupies an enviable rural location, secluded amongst tranquil countryside within the parish of Much Cowarne. This part of Herefordshire lies within the scenic Frome Valley, characterised by traditional farms and is renowned for its timeless and unspoilt rural appeal. To the east are the Malvern Hills, to the north the Suckley Hills and Bromyard Downs. The property is tucked away, enjoying a totally peaceful position yet is conveniently placed for the cities of Hereford and Worcester. It is also well placed for the local centres of Bromyard, Ledbury and Malvern.


This Georgian farmhouse sits at the end of its private drive with its paddock to the left hand side. There are lawns to both the front and rear of the house which are mainly laid to lawn. Steps lead to the front door and into the entrance hall. There are stairs leading to the 1st floor and to the cellar. There is a wealth of character and charm in the reception rooms with exposed beams and timbers throughout the house.
All in all the accommodation is manageable but spacious and of course there is the added attraction of extending into the adjoining barns or converting into separate accommodation, subject to the usual planning consent.
The house itself could benefit from some modernisation.


Entrance Hall
Sitting Room
Drawing Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Dining Room
Utility Room

Master Bedroom with En-suite
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Bedroom 4 with hatch to Dining room and door to loft
Bedroom 5

Adjoining barns

These barns are attached to the west side of the house and provide 2.475 sq ft gross floor area plus the oast round. Historically these were working farm buildings but are now redundant. There are 3 distinct buildings plus a derelict hop kiln, constructed from the Georgian through to Victorian period. These too will require significant investment if being converted but offer great potential to add value and develop, with potential as a source of income. The planning opportunities have not been investigated to date.


The property sits in just under 19 acres. Having formal gardens to the front and rear. The pasture land lies to the west and is slightly elevated enjoying far reaching views and gently slopes in part to the south. To the side of the end barn is a wooded area which runs across to the rear garden.


Burley Gate has a post office / shop, Leighton Court Farm shop is 2½ miles away and the neighbouring village of Bishops Frome has two public houses plus the Hop Pocket rural craft and farm shop. The market town of Bromyard offers a good range of facilities to meet most domestic requirements. More extensive retail and cultural facilities are available at Ledbury, Malvern, Hereford and Worcester. The surrounding scenic countryside provides a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities with the Suckley Hills, Malvern Hills and Bromyard Downs all close by.

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.

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