Middleton on the Hill, Herefordshire

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  • Stylish traditional property

  • Spacious and roomy

  • Modern kitchen

  • Superb rear gardens

  • Double garage

  • Rural position





Reception rooms



Property Description

Reachfar sits as part of Nurton Court, a mature cluster of attractive, traditional stone barns with a hint of grandeur. Each barn is neatly positioned in the courtyard and stands within their own extensive grounds.

This attached property’s impressive front elevation has a great outlook over the courtyard and across to the nearby church and countryside beyond. The barn’s conversion has been well planned and tastefully executed: the ground floor is beautifully appointed and flows seamlessly to create a useable series of spaces with character features evident and wooden floors throughout.

The reception hallway leads through to the central dinning room, which opens onto a double-height staircase at the property rear; here, a full length, picturesque windows offers a great view of the rear garden. One side of the dining room gives access the well-appointed, stylish kitchen which has a centre island with seating and a stable door leading out into the garden. On the other side of the property lies the large, well-proportioned sitting room. The room is light with windows to the north and south and has a Clearview stove taking pride of place in a feature fireplace. A good-sized cloakroom completes the downstairs accommodation.

On the first floor the large, light and airy master bedroom has a built-in wardrobe space, impressive exposed roof trusses and a generous en suite with large shower. Off the landing sits the family bathroom as well as two further double bedrooms and a fourth bedroom which is currently used as a home office and features good-quality, fitted office furniture.

Outside: The rear garden is a delight: the owners have created a much-loved, private idyll with well-stocked flower borders and an array of specimen shrubs and flowers which give colour and vibrancy throughout the year. The rear of the property is approached via an access only track and leads to the property’s double garage (with power) as well as a gravelled area for several vehicles; from here, a gate gives access to the rear garden. The front of the property also boasts a pretty garden with shrubs, trees, a lawn area and two further parking spaces.

Area: Middleton on the Hill is a pretty area in the heart of rolling Herefordshire countryside and is convenient to the market towns of Tenbury Wells and Leominster – both have a good choice of shops, cafés and restaurants as well as transport links and medical services. There are great walks on your doorstep as well as the nearby National Trust Berrington Hall.

Magi's Comments

"A traditional barn with a hint of grandeur."


Travelling north from Leominster on the A49, take a right turn before Ashton, signed for Middleton on the Hill. Continue along this road for approx 1 mile and take a left at the crossroads. Continue for approx one further mile and take a left turn at a wide junction. Head up the lane, crossing a small bridge where you will eventually reach Nurton Court. Reachfar sits on your right hand side, as you enter the complex.

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