Titley, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Great Meadow Barn is a detached, Grade II listed family home which is situated within the idyllic Herefordshire countryside in a rural position. The interior of the property has been lovingly maintained by the current vendors and boasts many original character features and oodles of charm. The property enjoys a stable block and enclosed yard, a detached double garage and approximately five acres of grounds. The grounds include four stock proof paddocks and an orchard which offers the opportunity to use as a small holding or for equestrian use. In addition the property is surrounded by beautiful countryside with far reaching views. The property is offered for sale WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Ground Floor

The solid oak front door with glass panels to each side opens into the entrance hall where you are immediately greeted by original features including exposed timbers which flow throughout this beautifully presented family home. The entrance hall has a high vaulted ceiling and an oak staircase leading to the first floor landing. There is a cloakroom with shower, wc and basin and a useful storage cupboard for coats and shoes. To the left, a door opens to the kitchen which really is the heart of the home, with wall and base units which have granite work tops and a central island with a wooden work top and breakfast bar area. There is a Rangemaster cooker with five ring gas hob and a griddle plate, an integrated dishwasher, fridge, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a Belfast sink. Open timbers and steps lead down to the dining room which create a fantastic place to entertain ensuring you are still party to the conversation. There is a stable door leading to the front of the property and a door opening to the second reception room. Steps lead down to the second reception room, which has dual aspect windows, a stable door to the patio area and main lawn and a woodburning stove.

Double glass doors from the entrance hall open into the sitting room. This has beautiful exposed timbers which have been opened up to create two areas and enjoys dual aspect windows which allow natural light to flood the room. The first area is currently set up as a dining room with space for a dresser and dining furniture. The second area has a cosy feel with an inglenook stone fireplace with wooden mantle and inset with a woodburning stove.

First floor

The oak staircase leads to the first floor balcony landing which has fitted oak cupboards and space to sit and relax with a good book. There is a window with views of the land and countryside beyond. The landing splits into two and benefits from an airing cupboard with storage space. To the right is bedroom one, three and five and to the left is bedroom two , four and the shower room. Bedroom one is a good sized double with dual aspect windows and an en-suite which is fitted with a wc, basin, bath and shower cubicle. Bedroom two is a good sized double with dual aspect windows, an area to use for seating or as a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom which is fitted with wc, basin and bath. Bedroom three is a double with a feature, open exposed timber into the landing and a window to the rear. Bedroom four is a double with bedroom five a single, both are currently being used as home offices. Bedroom five could be used as nursery or hobby room. The family shower room has twin his & hers washing bowls, wc and shower cubicle with a raindrop shower head.


The land is currently divided into four paddocks and an orchard. The vendor has carefully considered the surroundings and planted native Herefordshire foliage. The paddocks are stock proof and have had a variety of animals over the years including goats, cattle and currently are home to a native breed of sheep but would be ideal for horses and ponies with hacking available from the doorstep. The orchard has been planted with a variety of fruit trees including apple and pear. And has enjoyed successful crops over the years. A five bar gate opens to an area laid to lawn which has soft fruit beds and a chicken house. There are vegetable patches for you to start your Good Life as well as a useful shed and potting shed.There is a patio area to sit and entertain in the warmer months and to take in the spectacular views of your land and the Herefordshire countryside.

There is a public footpath which brings you onto the renowned Mortimer trail where you can enjoy rambling for miles.


There are five stables with two further enclosed bays suitable as a hay store and tack room which have power and water connected. There is a generous, secure stable yard. The garage is a double size and has wooden doors opening to the front. There is light and power connected and space to utilise as a workshop.

The stable block measures approximately102.1 sq metres (1098.6 sq feet)

The garage measures approximately 58.9 sq metres (633.6 sq feet)


Mains water and electricity are connected to the property.

Oil heating. Private drainage

Herefordshire Council Tax Band G


The village of Titley is located approximately 3 miles from Presteigne and 3.5 miles from Kington. The village has The Stagg restaurant/public house that is well known for its high quality foods. The surrounding market towns offer a wide range of social, shopping and leisure facilities. Direct trains to London are accessible from Hereford and trains to Cardiff and Manchester (via Crewe) from Leominster. There are a range of good state and private schools which are accessible in the district. The countryside provides a wide range of outdoor pursuits to cater for every age and need with the Wye Valley, Offa's Dyke footpath and the Brecon Beacons National Park within an easy drive.


Coming from Leominster, follow the A44, arriving at the first roundabout, take the third exit. At the next roundabout also take the third exit - the B4355 (signposted for Presteigne and Titley). Proceed along this road for approx 2.7 miles until you reach the viillage of Titley. Continue through the village, past the Stagg Inn on the left hand side and take the second right hand turning. Follow the road for approximately half a mile where the property can be found on the left hand side.

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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