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● A Highly Attractive Detached Modern Cottage Built in a Traditional Style
● Three Bedrooms, Two Bath/Shower Rooms, Two Reception Rooms
● Large Gardens with a Pond, Lawns and Summerhouse
● Garage, Barn and Outbuildings
● Productive Vegetable Garden, Soft Fruit Beds, Orchard and Three Polytunnels
● Gently Sloping Pasture Paddocks Fronting the Gilwern Brook
● Approx. 7.7 Acres In All
● Elevated Position with Wonderful Far-Reaching Views

A most attractive three bedroom detached cottage set in approx. 7.7 acres, with large gardens, orchard, outbuildings and paddocks, in a secluded location with wonderful far-reaching views.

We understand the cottage was completed in June 2008 using reclaimed materials where possible, combined with energy efficiency and exceptional insulation, to create a perfect blend of modern convenience with all the charm and character of a traditional property. The property has provided the current owners with a high degree of self-sufficiency, with a wonderfully productive vegetable garden, complete with soft fruit beds and a young orchard which is planted with a wide range of heritage apple varieties.

The paddocks and outbuildings are ideal for smallholding or private equestrian use, and for those with equine interests Yeld Lane leads to Hergest Ridge, which provides extensive outriding. The property is also situated in a location renowned for its stunning scenery and walks, most notably along the Offa’s Dyke Path.

Although situated in a very rural setting, the property is within walking distance of Kington town centre which has an excellent range of local facilities including junior and senior schools, a range of shops, restaurants, leisure centre and golf course.

Price Guide £695,000 Ref: EO7571


The accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to the floor plan for approximate room sizes.

The Main Entrance is through the Front Porch, with a heavy pine front door opening into a Reception Hall which has red and black tiled floor and stairs to the First Floor with understairs storage cupboard.

The L-shaped Kitchen/Breakfast Room has a terracotta tiled floor, exposed timbers, stone chimney breast with heavy beam and inset cream, oil-fired vintage style Aga, which also provides domestic hot water. A range of built-in pine units with worksurfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and a further recessed storage cupboard. Double doors from the Kitchen open through to the Conservatory which has laminate flooring and glazed double doors opening to the Garden with glorious views down the valley.

There is a Pantry/Utility Room with a terracotta tiled floor and plumbing for a washing machine, and a ground floor Shower Room, with a rear window with stained glass insert, flagstone floor, cubicle with electric shower, WC, wash hand basin with storage cupboard under and one panelling to dado height.

Completing the Ground Floor is the cosy Sitting Room which has reclaimed wooden floorboards, exposed beams, a large recessed stone fireplace with flagstone hearth, heavy bressummer beam and inset cast-iron woodburner.

From the Hall stairs lead to the First Floor Landing with exposed wall and ceiling timbers, loft hatch and an airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank.

There are Three Good-sized Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom with a roll top cast iron bath, wash hand basin, WC and pine panelling to dado height.

Price Guide £695,000Ref: EO7571


The property is approached off Yeld Lane through a gated entrance, with a private drive extending for about 150 yards to a Raised Parking Area to the front of the residence which is enclosed with stone and brick walls. 

At the top end of the drive there is a very pleasant lawned garden with a Pond and Summerhouse which has light and power supplies and a Decked Seating Area. There is a two bedroom Static Caravan with power and plumbing connected, and a separate Portacabin providing a utility Area, shower and WC, with power and plumbing connected.

Beside the house is the Detached Garage with twin timber doors.

To the far side of the house is a further delightful garden area with a substantial patio and a flight of steps, several flowerbeds with mature shrubs, Greenhouse and hedged borders.

Across the drive is the lovely large Vegetable Garden, with a number of raised beds, several garden sheds, a young Orchard with a wide variety of heritage apple trees, soft fruit beds and Three Polytunnels

The Land adjoins in  Two Main Paddocks which slope down and have frontage to the Gilwern Brook. Within the first paddock is a Barn 30’ x 15’ (9.2m x 4.6m) steel portal framed with concrete base, GI roof, light, power and water supplies providing a Loose Box 12’ x 12’ (3.6m x 3.6m), Hay Store/Field Shelter and Lean-to Tack Room.

The further paddock has been left to re-wild and has a separate access onto Yeld Lane.

(About 3.1 Hectares)

Price Guide £695,000Ref: EO7571