FOR RENT -Traditional Farmhouse with Flat with Land
Ross-on-Wye 8 miles, Hereford 9 Miles, Monmouth 14 miles, Ledbury 14 miles, Cheltenham 40 miles, Bristol 60 miles, Birmingham 75 miles.
Local, Sporting & Recreational
Hoarwithy is a small village situated in the South of Herefordshire which offers Shop, Public House and Church with a primary school at Little Dewchurch (2.5 miles). Hereford provides a broad range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities.
The region is renowned for its strong equestrian industry and the property benefits from good out riding. Hartpury College (21 miles), Kings Equestrian Centre (22 miles), and David Broome Centre (31 miles) all play host to a series of year round competitions. Cross-country courses are at Lincombe and Sapey. Racing at
Cheltenham, Chepstow, Hereford, Ludlow and Worcester. Localhunts include Ledbury Hunt, Monmouthshire Hunt and Ross Harriers Hunt.
Prothither Farm is a 17th century detached farmhouse located on a very quiet lane that runs down to the River Wye valley. It offers spacious family living with views over open countryside. Available with up to approximately 53 acres of ground in well fenced fields, the property benefits from equestrian facilities with stabling and pasture, suitable for equine, making it an ideal property for anybody wishing to enjoy a rural equestrian family life, on a farm that used to be home to a Grand National winner when the trainer & jockey Michael Scudamore lived there. It would also suit a professional eventer/trainer looking to run their own yard.
Prothither Farm is set in landscaped gardens and grounds which are mainly laid to lawn. To the side of the house is the main gated entrance leading into a courtyard with stone barn with the 2 flats on the upper floor both with their own separate entrance. There is a carport for 2 vehicles plus garage and 4 loose boxes. The main stable yard, with entrance to Flat 2, tack room and 9 stables, to the far side is a secondary gated entrance with barns either side. To the rear of the stable yard four further stables and covered yard consisting of two gated pens, making the area ideal for youngstock. Horse shower. To the far side is covered implement area and further
small boxes. The 40 x 25m arena was resurfacedwith Martin Collins fibre last year and is post and railed fenced, with floodlights.
Prothither Farm is available to rent as a whole or in 2 Lots:
Lot 1: Farmhouse, 3 bed flat, car ports, 4 stables & 5 acres. ** The landlord is happy for the tenant to do holiday lets from the flat (this could be run to offer horse accommodation as well)
Lot 2: Equestrian Yard with 2 bed flat, 13 stables, arena and 20 acres.
Further land is negotiable.
Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. Fox Grant and their clients give notice that: 1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and OS plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Services have not been tested. Purchasers
must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.
Local Authority Herefordshire Council. Tel: 01432 266660
House Band `F`, Flats Band `B`
Mains electricity supplemented by Solar Panel System, private treated water supply with septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating. BT landlines connected. Fibre broadband is available at 15Mb download speed.
Fixtures & Fittings
Unless mentioned specifically by separate negotiation. The properties are let unfurnished but with carpets and curtains.
Strictly by appointment 01432 367802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Ross on Wye Go up the A49 towards Hereford; after 0.4 miles, turn right, sign-posted Hoarwithy. Follow this road until you reach the
village (4 miles) where there is the New Harp Inn on the right; turn left opposite the pub car park & immediately take the right fork. The farm is on the left after 0.8 miles; pull in through the double timber gates at the end of the stone wall.
From Hereford Proceed out on the A49 Ross-on-Wye Road. After passing through Much Birch take first left into Laskett Lane signposted
Hoarwithy. Proceed along this road for 0.9 mile and take second left. Proceed along this road for a further 0.6 mile and Prothither Farm will be located on the right hand side.
From Ross on Wye
Go up the A49 towards Hereford; after 0.4 miles, turn right, sign-posted Hoarwithy. Follow this road until you reach the village (4 miles) where there is the New Harp Inn on the right; turn left opposite the pub car park & immediately take the right fork. The farm is on the left after 0.8 miles; pull in through the double timber gates at the end of the stone wall.
Proceed out on the A49 Ross-on-Wye Road. After passing through Much Birch take first left into Laskett Lane signposted Hoarwithy. Proceed along this road for 0.9 mile and take second left. Proceed along this road for a further 0.6 mile and Prothither Farm will be located on the right hand side.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.