KINGTON, Kington, Herefordshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
** HOUSE WITH 10 ACRES ** Situated within an enviable position, surrounded by stunning views of the countryside, is this well appointed, four bedroom detached house which sits in just under ten acres of grounds offering the opportunity for self sufficiency. The spacious, characterful, family accommodation Llanhaylow is a substantial period farmhouse which has great potential for those wishing to make their own mark on a property.


Surrounded by spectacular scenery is this four bedroom home with approximately 10 acres of land. The well appointed property has accommodation comprising; living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, garden room, covered decking area, cellar, pantry, four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from stabling, two barns and ample parking. There are three paddocks, a nature paddock with a pond and enclosed garden, a real animal and nature lovers delight.

Property description

The front door opens into the entrance hall where there is space for coats, a staircase to the first floor and access to the living room, dining room and the inner hall. The living room has dual aspect windows and a feature open fireplace creating a cosy focal point. The dining room creates ample space for furniture with a window to the side and a feature fireplace with inset wood burner. From the entrance hall, a door opens to the inner hall where there is an additional staircase to bedroom four, access to the pantry, utility, cellar and kitchen. The kitchen is well stocked with wooden wall and base units, oil fired AGA and space for an electric oven. There is space for a fridge freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a large table and chairs. A stainless steel sink has a window above and there is a stable door which opens into the porch providing space for coats and shoes. The pantry has shelves and creates additional storage space for white goods. The utility room is of good size with plumbing for a washing machine. This would also make an ideal office or study. From here, a door opens into the garden room which has double aspect windows and French doors opening onto the covered decking area.

From the main entrance hall, the stairs rise to the first floor landing which has space for furniture and access to three bedrooms and the family bathroom. Bedroom one is a generous double with a feature fireplace, built in wardrobes and dual aspect windows. Bedroom three is also a double with feature fireplace. Bedroom four is a double with a window to the rear and a built in cupboard. The family bathroom is fitted with two white basins, wc, bath and shower cubicle. There is also a heated towel rail and a cupboard. From the inner hall the second staircase rises to the second bedroom which is a generous double with dual aspect windows.

Outbuildings and stables

Externally there are four stables and two barns. The Dutch barn measures 13.6 x 6.1 and the second barn measures 18.05 x 6


The vendors have really spent time on the gardens and grounds with wildlife at the heart of their focus. The garden surrounding the house is mainly laid to lawn with an array of established trees, flowers and shrubs and various places to sit and relax and enjoy warmer weather or entertain. There is the covered decking for a table and chairs and space for pot plants.

On the Western side of the property is a paddock specifically for wildlife. There is a pond and small wooded area attracting butterflies and bees, as well as wild mallard and moorhens, dragonflies, damselflies and many amphibians including frogs, toads, newts and the Greater crested newts. There is a seating area to survey it all.

All of the paddocks are stock proof and have been used either for horses or sheep by the current vendors. There are stunning views of the countryside. Paddock one measures 4.83 acres Paddock two measures 2.73 acres, Paddock three measures 1.15 acres and is a magnet for grasshoppers as it faces south and is a real sun-trap.

Agents notes

There is the right to graze 22 sheep on the common. Glastir payment from the Welsh Government for 22 sheep - £143 for 2020.

There is a public footpath across paddock one.


Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Oil heating.

There are solar panels which help to heat the water.

Council Tax Band G


Llanhaylow is situated just across the Herefordshire border in Colva, a small Welsh hamlet which includes a scattering of properties, farms and a church. The neighbouring village of Gladestry is 2 miles away and benefits from a primary school, public house and church. The Herefordshire towns of Kington and Leominster are 8 miles and 23 miles away and the Cathedral city of Hereford approximately 28 miles. The Welsh towns of Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells are approximately 13 miles and 24 miles and Hay on Wye, world famous for its annual festival and book shops under 15 miles.


From Kington take the A44 towards Rhayadar, follow for approximatley 2.5 miles. Turn left signposted Gladestry and Paincastle. Travel approximately 3 miles into Gladestry. Proceed through the village out of 30 mph speed limit and take the first turning on the right hand side sign posted Colva. Follow the lane for 1.5 miles until reaching a green grassed triangle on the right. Llanhaylow is on the right hand side set back from the lane.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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Cobb Amos

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