An opportunity to acquire a truly unique country residence with approximately 2 acres. This Grade II listed former mill dates from the 16th Century and offers spacious four bedroom accommodation retaining a wealth of character features, nestled in a tranquil rural setting within the Redlake Valley with no immediate neighbours. Standing in gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2 acres with a range of useful outbuildings to include two garages, stable and useful store.
The original half timbered farmhouse dates from the 16th century with the three storey stone mill being added later during the 18th century. The property retains an abundance of character features to include exposed beams, original floorboards, inglenook fireplace with bread oven and mill race.
Outside there are a range of useful outbuildings comprising two garages, stable and useful store.
The Quern sits in approximately 2 acres of pasture land. The fields to the south probably evolved from wet grazing meadows adjacent to the River Redlake for which the property has fishing rights on both banks.
Chapel Lawn is a small rural hamlet located just 2 ½ miles away from the village of Bucknell which offers extensive facilities to include: shop, post office, two public houses, primary school, church, garden nursery, railway station and petrol station. More extensive facilities are available at the nearby towns of Knighton, Ludlow and Leominster.
From the courtyard and parking area, an obscure glazed panelled door opens to:
Exposed beams, parquet flooring, understairs storage and radiator.
4.56m x 3.93m (15'0" x 12'11")With window to front aspect and feature exposed stone wall. Fitted with a range of modern wall and base units incorporating glazed display cabinets, single drainer sink unit, oil fired AGA, gas cooker point, built in dishwasher, spaces for further appliances, part tiled/part parquet flooring and double doors opening on to sun terrace.
From the Entrance Hall stone steps lead up to:
6.29m x 5.20m (max) 3.47m (min) (L shaped) (20'8"With windows to triple aspect, feature inglenook fireplace with bread oven and inset wood burning stove, wood panelling, wall light points, partial flagstone flooring and radiator.
3.47m x 1.48m (11'5" x 4'10")Having work surfaces with cupboards under incorporating single drainer sink unit, exposed beams, flagstone flooring and radiator.
From the Entrance Hallway, stairs rise to first floor:
First Floor Landing
Window to side aspect, two Velux style roof lights, exposed floor boards, exposed beams, eaves storage and two radiators.
5.39m x 6.63m (17'8" x 21'9")Having window to side aspect, two Velux style roof lights, exposed floor boards, exposed beams, eaves storage with two radiators.
3.56m x 3.06m (11'8" x 10'0")With window to front aspect, jacuzzi style bath, WC, wash basin, separate shower cubicle, exposed floor boards, exposed beams, former fireplace and door to airing cupboard.
From the entrance hall the primary staircase leads to:
With door to:
Having windows to dual aspect, shower cubicle, WC, plumbing for washing machine, exposed beams and radiator.
First Floor Landing
With feature exposed stone wall, exposed beams, storage cupboard, radiator and doors to:
3.41m x 2.86m (11'2" x 9'5")Window to front aspect, roll top bath, exposed beams, exposed floor boards and radiator.
Workshop (potential fourth bedroom)
3.47m x 3.61m (11'5" x 11'10")Windows to dual aspects, exposed stone wall, radiator and double doors to outside.
3.52m x 2.62m (11'7" x 8'7")With the potential to create an en-suite or dressing room.
From the first floor landing a staircase leads to:
Galleried Sitting Room
With window to front aspect, exposed beams, exposed floors boards and door to:
Windows to dual aspect, vaulted ceiling and exposed beams.
The property is approached via a hard core driveway and leads to the extensive parking area. The mature gardens are planted with numerous fruit trees to include: apple, pear and plum. There is a pretty sun terrace adjacent to the mill race and to the front of the property a cider apple orchard.
Outbuildings to include:
Two garages, stable and former cider apple store.
The land extends to approximately 2 acres currently laid to pasture. Some of the land extends along the River Redlake and benefits from fishing rights.
Oil fired, ground source and solid fuel heating, solar panels, mains electricity, mains water and septic tank drainage are connected to the property.
Please contact the Agents, John Amos & Co on 01568 610310
Knighton 6 miles
Craven Arms 9 miles
Ludlow 12 miles
Leominster 20 miles (all distances are approximate)