Twyford, Hereford


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A 17th century farmhouse set in this delightful area of south Herefordshire enjoying an elevated position with views along the valley towards the City. The property is accessed off a country lane and stands away from other residential properties and beside the neighbour's agricultural barns. The accommodation is full of character and charm having abundance of exposed beams, floor boards, Aga and fireplaces, some of which have wood burners. The layout of the accommodation lends itself to dual living having an integrated 1 bedroom annex to the side with its own access. The principal living quarters are oil central heated and comprise; 4 bedrooms, 2 large reception rooms with good size kitchen/breakfast and utility room off. There are large rear gardens and wide parking area along with some out sheds. An internal inspection is recommended.


Twyford is a scattered hamlet lying approximately 3 miles from Hereford city. It is strategically well placed for both Monmouth and Ross on Wye and the M50/A40 road network giving access to South Wales and the Midlands. Main facilities can be found in Hereford city including recreational, educational and shopping.

Accommodation in more detail as follows

Timber front door leads to -

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

5.42m x 6.74m (17'9 x 22'1 )

Good range of base units, large oil fired AGA, work surface with inset double Belfast sink with timber drainer, flagstone flooring, exposed beams, leaded windows, bread oven, fireplace with inset wood burner and sway over, inset shelving to side, double doors to rear, radiator.


1.99m x2.18m (6'6 x 7'2 )

Having Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, plumbing space for washing machine, window.

Sitting Room

5.83m x 4.98m (19'2 x 16'4 )

A room full of character having recessed fireplace with wood burner, attractive tiled flooring, windows with views, exposed beams, recessed cupboard, radiator and fitted corner cupboard.

Inner Hall

With doors off to -


Having WC low flush suite, wash hand basin.

Boot Room

With shelving, door to rear, windows, radiator

Dining Room

5.38m x 4.62m (17'8 x 15'2 )

Full of character with exposed beams to ceiling and walls, plank floorboards, fireplace with grate, window with views, radiator.

Enclosed stairs lead from the kitchen to

First Floor Landing

Landing being 9.60m long

Again having much character with exposed beams, fitted book shelves, windows with views, airing cupboard, radiator.

Bedroom 1

4.98m x 3.70m max (16'4 x 12'2 max)

L-shaped room full of character with exposed ceiling and wall beams, brick fireplace with grate, alcove shelving, radiators, window to rear.

Bedroom 2

4.15m x 2.73m (13'7 x 8'11 )

Double glazed window to front, fitted wardrobes, radiator.

Bedroom 3

4.46m x 3.02m (14'8 x 9'11 )

With windows and views, wardrobes and dresser.

Bedroom 4

4.50m x 2.94m (14'9 x 9'8 )

Windows to side and rear, radiator, exposed beams.


Bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low-flush suite, window, radiator, exposed beams.

Shower Room

With shower, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite, 2 double glazed velux windows, exposed beams, recessed storage area, radiator. The shower room could easily form part of the annexed accommodation.

The landing continues and leads to the

First Floor Living Room/ Bedroom

6.28m x 5.90m (20'7 x 19'4 )

Part of annex. A super room again with plenty of character being of good size with large exposed ceiling truss and further timber beams, exposed brick chimney breast, views to front and rear and radiators.

Stairs lead down to the

Ground Floor Kitchen Diner area

5.28m x 5.94m (17'4 x 19'6 )

Having a range of base and eye level timber units with work surface area, inset Belfast sink, AGA, tiled flooring, exposed beams, windows to front and rear, fitted cupboard, further cupboard housing the oil fired central boiler.


To the front of the property is a raised terrace area with stone walling and gate with old well with canopy over, access down to a single room cellar. Double gates open on to a brick pavier parking and turning area, there is also a good sized area of lawn with hedge borders with opening through to a further garden area along with a paved seating area. There is a large Timber Outshed 4.56m x 4.50m and to the other side of the property there is a garden again laid to lawn with kennels, further sheds and oil tank.


From Hereford proceed South along the A49 towards Ross on Wye. After approximately 4 miles at the top of Callow Hill, take the left turn signposted Aconbury. Follow the country lane taking the next left turn downhill and follow this lane for approximately mile where the property will then be seen on the sharp right hand bend on the right.


Mains electric and water are connected to the property, oil fired central heating for both the main house and separately for the annex. Septic tank drainage.

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

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