Broad Oak, Hereford


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in a stunning rural location with impressive countryside views, and within easy reach of the market towns of Ross on Wye and Monmouth, Coed Lank Farm is a prime example of a 16th century Grade II farmhouse, having been beautifully restored and retaining many period features throughout.

The accommodation is exceptionally well presented, offering generous ground floor reception rooms and a country style kitchen with a very useful and spacious utility room adjacent. There are 3 double bedrooms to the first floor, each benefitting from their own en-suite. The second floor is particularly impressive, comprising a beautiful double bedroom with vaulted ceiling, separate study area, en-suite shower room and walk in wardrobe.

The property sits in a plot of approximately 4.5 acres, including a well-maintained garden, a large paddock and arena. There are several outbuildings including; stables, a hay barn and a large car port with a very useful loft room above, perfect for a home study, music room or art studio. Coed Lank Farm presents some fantastic opportunities for income, having two beautifully presented holiday cottages, each with their own outside space, currently providing a good source of additional income.

Broad Oak is a hamlet in Herefordshire, the nearby village of Garway has a thriving local community with many events presented at the village hall including live music. There is a primary school and the Moon Inn which overlooks the common. The common includes a children's play area and again hosts a number of village activities. There is a regular Farmers Market and other regular events giving real sense of community within the village.

The property is entered via an open porch leading to an inner hallway with beautiful flagstone flooring, which extends throughout much of the ground floor.

Living room: A spacious lounge, full of character with exposed flagstone flooring, beams and an impressive old plank and muntin panel wall. There is a woodburning stove set within an attractive stone built fireplace, several inbuilt storage cupboards and a door offering access to an original stone spiral staircase which leads to the first floor.

Dining room: An elegantly decorated room, with exposed floorboards and plank and muntin wall. An alcove is located at the end of the room with a window overlooking the gardens and views beyond.

Snug: A lovely, cosy room with woodburning stove set within a dark wood surround, featuring a ‘priest seat', used to hide persecuted Catholic priests during the 16th century. There are 2 windows offering pleasant countryside and garden views.

Kitchen: The kitchen has a delightful farmhouse feel to it, featuring a 4-door oil fired Aga as its centrepiece. There is exposed flagstone flooring, and beams with a vaulted ceiling giving a real sense of space. The solid oak units are topped with granite worktops, featuring a Belfast sink with window above overlooking the gardens and views beyond. There is a large dresser unit with glazed doors, offering ample storage space, as well as a charming recessed bread oven to one corner.

A second hallway with further matching worktops and solid oak cupboards offers access to a lovely cloakroom with a curved exposed stone wall, wc and wash hand basin.

Utility: A very generous room with vaulted ceiling, exposed brick flooring and an attractive cast iron feature fireplace. There are storage units with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, solid wood worktop and Belfast sink above. A storage cupboard offers a useful space for cleaning equipment and ironing board, also housing the hot water tank.

A door leads outside to the front patio.

Master bedroom: Situated on the second floor, the master bedroom has an impressive, grand feel to it, offering a spacious and private area in which to relax. There is a generous study area with useful eaves storage, offering access to a large double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams.

The en-suite is tastefully finished with walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin, wc and heated towel rail. A walk in wardrobe offers ample hanging space with fitted shelving and clothes rail.

Bedroom 2: Another sizeable double bedroom with door leading out to a balcony offering wonderful views over the surrounding countryside, and steps leading down to the garden. There is an attractive en-suite featuring a walk-in shower unit with bi-fold doors, wash hand basin, wc and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3: A very unique bedroom with window to one side, cast iron feature fireplace and a staircase leading to a galleried mezzanine bathroom above, with exposed floorboards, roll top bath, wash hand basin and wc.

Bedroom 4: A double bedroom with window overlooking countryside to the rear of the house, fireplace and exposed beams and attractive en-suite with tiling to walls and floor, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, wc and heated towel rail.

Outside: The grounds of Coed Lank Farm are particularly appealing and versatile, with substantial equestrian facilities as well as beautiful gardens, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the impressive surroundings.

There is a large, well-maintained lawn bordered with shrubs which sits in front of the farmhouse, featuring a wildlife pond and a seating area designed to take in the fantastic views.

A paved patio leads down to a large gravelled parking area which in turn leads to the equestrian facilities, which consist of a 40m x 20m arena, a large fenced paddock and several outbuildings, all in good condition.

Back towards the gated entrance of the property is another gravelled area for parking and a gravelled driveway leading back to the rear parking area. There is a large car port with external steps leading to a loft room above. This room offers great potential for a multitude of uses, with power, lighting and 2 Velux windows.

Equestrian outbuildings:

A large steel portal framed outbuilding is separated into:

Three loose boxes: 6.03m x 9.13m

Hay barn: 7.34m x 3.63m

Storage unit: 5.38m x 4.99m


Situated to the front of the house are two adjoining cottages, currently serving as holiday lets and providing useful additional income. Both are finished to a high standard, with wooden clad exterior, each enjoying their own outside space.

The cottages consist of:

Open plan kitchen-living-dining room: With attractive modern fitted kitchen including electric oven and electric hob above, space and plumbing for dishwasher and stainless-steel sink with window above.

The living room features glass panel door leading outside, electric stove set upon a slate hearth. Attractive half-height panelling is present throughout the living-dining area.

Bedroom 1: Tastefully finished double bedroom with window to one side and electric radiator.

Bedroom2: A second double bedroom with window to one side and electric radiator.

Shower room: Large walk in shower cubicle with tiled surround, wash hand basin, wc, electric radiator and half height panelling.

Each of the cottages has a useful storage cupboard and a second door leading outside. There are pleasant sun terraces to both, offering a great space to sit and enjoy the views, with space for parking available.

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