A charming Grade II* listed Farmhouse situated on the outskirts of Ledbury, with glorious views and attractive gardens.
West Wing, Pegs Farm has a plethora of history, dating from the early 1300's. This oak framed, timber and brick farmhouse is situated within the heart of the Herefordshire countryside and offers glorious views to each wing.
Lovingly presented, the farmhouse has a number of quintessential features to include oak ceiling beams, stone walls and open fires. As you enter the entrance hall, you can't help but feel the history that pulses through the property.
The reception rooms are of an excellent size, the sitting room has the benefit of French doors opening to the rear terrace and has use of a large open fire with brick surround. Adjacent to the sitting room is a spacious dual aspect bedroom. The kitchen / dining room is the principal entertaining space and is very much the heartbeat of the farmhouse. Fitted with a comprehensive range of units and a superb AGA, the dining space is notable and allows for large social gatherings. Beyond which is a large boot room / cloakroom.
The lower ground floor is a wonderfully versatile space, which could serve as a games room, further bedroom or a substantial storage room. In addition there is a useful shower room with cloakroom facilities.
The first floor consists of four spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the principal bedrooms are served by well appointed en suites, of which bedroom two has a striking freestanding bath.
The front is principally gravelled and provides superb parking for numerous vehicles. Bounded by hedgerow, there is an attractive area of lawn to the side which is complemented by herbaceous beds and established hedging.
The rear has a marvellously rustic entertaining space, which lends itself beautifully to family life, lazy afternoons or fun-filled evenings. Beyond which is a swimming pool with decked area, paved terrace with seating area and lawn.
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The history of this place quite literally grabs you by the hand, it's quite staggering to imagine the characters that have lived and worked there over the centuries!Phil BatesProperty agent