Abell Court, Broxwood, Leominster, HR6 9JH
Abell Court is a stunning Grade II listed character property situated within the picturesque hamlet of Broxwood lying amongst the beautiful north-west Herefordshire countryside. The house itself is thought to date from the 17th Century, with its charming accommodation updated to provide a sunlit comfortable home whilst carefully retaining its beautiful character features. The surrounding area offers the opportunity for fine walking, cycling and horse-riding.
Approach Abell Court is accessed via a gated driveway off a quiet village road. The drive leads to the rear of the house where there is the generous parking area along with the stables and outbuildings.
The House Abell Court welcomes you in through its entrance hall which has original flagstone floors and leads to its impressive ground floor reception rooms.
The Kitchen The Kitchen, Breakfast Area and Sitting Room have an open plan layout.
The Kitchen has charming features including flagstone floors and exposed timber and beams. This room is also fitted with a range of bespoke floor and wall units, with tiled surrounds, a kitchen island which is manoeuvrable, integrated appliances, granite work tops and electric Aga.
Breakfast Area Adjoining the Kitchen, the breakfast area is divided by feature beams and is conveniently placed between the Sitting Room and Kitchen. The Breakfast Room has a hardwood floor and a set of French doors that open to the gardens.
Sitting Room Leading from the Kitchen and Breakfast Area also is a cosy Sitting Room, divided from the rest of the room by feature beams. This room houses a fireplace with mantel and wood burning stove. It has carpeted flooring and a window facing to the south-east.
Utility Off the Kitchen is the Utility room, it is well fitted with floor and wall units, work top with a sink, tiled splashbacks and useful pantry.
The Dining Room A bay window places the beautiful gardens on display. Complete with a fireplace and features including wainscoting this room provides a dining room seating up to 10 people.
The Drawing Room The drawing room is a particular feature and at its centre is a broad feature fireplace with shelved recess with spot lighting. This room has further flagstone flooring and windows to the gardens and rear.
The Study This is a good sized room with a window facing north-west- to the rear of the property and an access hatch to the cellar.
The First Floor From the Hall, the main staircase leads to the spacious landing plenty of natural light and accesses
Bedrooms 2 & 4 From this landing lie two double bedrooms. Bedroom 2 has windows facing north-west and north-east and Bedroom 4 has windows facing south-east and north-east.
Bathroom This bathroom has a bath, corner shower unit, hand basin, W.C. and window facing north-west.
Master Bedroom The Master Bedroom is a spacious room lit by a south-eastern facing window. This room also features a fireplace with mantel as well a attractive ledge and brace door. From this room the Ensuite and Dressing Room can be accessed.
Ensuite Bathroom The Ensuite is a spacious bathroom with double shower cubicle, bath with shower mixer tap, window facing north east, unit with double hand basin, a W.C. and tiled surround.
Dressing Room The Dressing Room is fitted with ample storage and has a window facing south-east. From the Dressing Room is a further landing.
Landing This further landing is accessed from the second staircase located in the Sitting Room. This is a well utilised space with which has high ceilings and shelving fitted into the recess. Off the landing is
Bedroom 3 A light room with feature beams, high ceiling and windows facing north-east and south-east.
Bathroom With panel bath and fitted storage.
To Front Abell Court is the quintessential countryside home. Its exterior is a blend of local stonework along with wattle and daub detail to its rear. The gardens and grounds that have been beautifully landscaped and lovingly maintained by the current owners extend to approximately 1.58 acres.
The front elevation and garden are magnificent. The front of the house is adorned with wisteria and clematis that set the back drop for an immaculately landscaped garden, complete with box hedging, flower beds and gravelled paths. It is bordered by a stone wall and yew tree archway that give privacy to the garden.
Further Gardens The garden to the rear is mainly laid to lawn with a seating and barbeque area alongside the house- perfect for alfresco dining. Around the edge of the garden are planted borders and a pretty pond. Beyond this is the sprawling orchard and an extensive vegetable garden with raised beds, greenhouse and fruit cages.
Outbuildings Garage - To the rear of the house itself is a Garage with power and workshop.
Stables The are two bay stables and a hay store currently used for storage with access to the parking area and adjoining tack room with sink.
Barn Located to the rear of the home with light, power and water, currently used for storing all gardening machines and equipment.