Pentiley is an idyllic, quiet, detached stone cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside that lies between the border towns of Hay-on Wye and Kington, with a separate detached studio annexe and landscaped gardens, bordering the river Arrow in its upper reaches. The interior of the property has been carefully and lovingly restored to a high standard and boasts many original features and oodles of charm. The separate annexe currently offers flexible use as a multi generation living space/home office. The annexe also offers the potential income aspect as a holiday let (subject to relevant planning consent). the property is offered for sale WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Pentiley is an idyllic, quiet, detached stone cottage surrounded by beautiful countryside that lies between the border towns of Hay-on Wye and Kington, with a separate detached studio annexe and landscaped gardens, bordering the river Arrow in its upper reaches. The interior of the property has been carefully and lovingly restored to a high standard and boasts many original features and oodles of charm. The separate annexe currently offers flexible use as a multi generation living space/home office. The annexe also offers the potential income aspect as a holiday let (subject to relevant planning consent). the property is offered for sale WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.Introduction
Situated in the rural hamlet of Huntington is Pentiley, a stone built detached property with separate annexe. The property has accommodation comprising; kitchen, sitting room, dining room, reception room, three double bedrooms, one en-suite, family bathroom.
The annexe has accommodation comprising; kitchen, open plan living, bedroom and study.Property description
Taking the path to the rear, a door opens into the kitchen where you are greeted by exposed stone and original timbers which flow throughout the family home. The kitchen has travertine limestone flooring and is fitted with wall and base units with granite worktops. There is an integrated fridge and freezer, eye level Neff oven, Butler sink and space for a dishwasher and washing machine. The island is fitted with a Neff five-ring induction hob. Open timbers and a step down to the reception room which has Mandarin marble flooring and provides a fantastic space for either a dining table and chairs or sofas making sure you never miss out when entertaining guests. A door opens to the dining room which has an inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel stove. There are dual aspect windows to the front and rear, flagstone flooring and a solid oak front door. An opening which is currently fitted with shelving leads to the sitting room. This has high ceilings with access to loft space, a velux window, two windows to the rear and a Clearview wood-burning stove creating a cosy focal point; this is a lovely light room. From the kitchen a door opens to the third bedroom which is a generous double with an en-suite shower room, fully-glazed patio doors opening on to the terrace and a velux window flooding the room with natural light. This room has access to further loft space.
The dining room has a staircase to the first floor landing which would be a great space to use as a study, home office or reading area. There is solid oak flooring flowing throughout. Both bedrooms one and two are generous doubles and boast vaulted ceilings, exposed timbers with dual aspect windows overlooking the countryside. Bedroom one has an exposed feature stone wall and access to third loft space. The family bathroom has a freestanding roll-top bath, WC, basin and separate shower cubicle.Annex
The door opens into the kitchen which is fitted with wall and base units and integrated washer/dryer, fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is an electric oven with four-ring halogen hob and a sink with a window above to the front. The shower room is fitted with a white WC, basin and shower cubicle. A staircase leads to the first floor which is open plan with vaulted ceiling and is light and airy creating space for a double bed, living room furniture, study space and dining area. The gable-end wall has been fully glazed by Atrium and is really a feature with far-reaching views along the Arrow valley. This gives on to a balcony, which faces west to enjoy the beautiful sunsets.Garden and parking
The garden has been carefully tended over the years by the current vendors. There is an area laid to heritage willow and a fantastic vegetable plot which gives you the opportunity to live the Good Life. The vegetable area has 10 raised beds, a selection of fruit trees including apple, cherry, plum and pear plus soft fruits. There is a greenhouse.
There are Hornbeam lined avenues, which are laid to decorative stone with lawn area and bedding to each side and follow back to the property. There are many shrubs, plants and flowerbeds offering beautiful colours in the spring and summer months. From the third bedroom is an Indian flagstone terrace area to enjoy in the warmer months. To the southern side of the property is a pergola with an array of climbers and established roses with beautiful views. A path leads to the river which has a decked area, ideal for relaxing and/or fishing. The property has a variety of sheds, including woodshed, tool shed and potting shed.
The carport has parking for two cars. There is ample parking on the driveway which is accessed via a gate. There is a separate driveway to the side which provides parking for a camper van or caravan.Services
Mains water and electricity are connected.
Herefordshire Council Tax Band E
There is satellite broadband available to the property.Location
The property is situated on the outskirts of the farming village of Huntington, just three miles west of Kington and adjoining the Welsh boarder. The location is almost equidistant between the market towns of Kington and Hay on Wye. Each town offers excellent amenities including supermarkets, independent shops, libraries, doctors' surgeries, primary and secondary schools. Attractions include the Hay Festival with its international reputation and two seasonal food festivals in Kington which are increasing in popularity.Directions
From Kington proceed on the Hergest Road towards Lower Hergest. Proceed along this road for approximately 1.9 miles and take a right hand turn onto Mahollam Road. Continue along this road until you reach the village of Huntington where you will then your first left hand turn at the crossroads. Continue on this lane until you find the property on the left hand side as indicated by our Cobb Amos board.
Coordinates for the property are 52 09 20.0N 3 05 41.1W or alternative format 52.155547 3.094758
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