Tedstone Delamere, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4PS | Property for sale | Savills
6,543 sq ft(607.86 sq m)
Guide price £1,950,000(€2,223,411)

Tedstone DelamereBromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4PS

    Key features

    • A truly beautiful country home enjoying a private setting
    • In impeccable decorative order with 6543 sq ft of living space
    • A host of original features together with an abundance of character and charm
    • Outstanding landscaped rear courtyard with idyllic seating areas
    • Paddock with useful storage outbuilding and an area of wild garden
    • Situated in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside

    A truly outstanding country home with 6543 sq ft of exemplary styled accommodation.

    About this property

    • Tedstone House is an exemplary country home occupying a private position within the quiet and highly-regarded village of Tedstone Delamere. Formerly part of the Tedstone Court Estate, this outstanding Oast House was converted approximately 20 years ago and now affords 6543 sq ft of stylish living space.

      A fine example of vernacular architecture, the property has a plethora of original features together with an abundance of character, warmth and natural charm. The interiors are truly outstanding, the open-plan layout, a constant throughout the house, lends itself to a relaxed and informal lifestyle with large and light rooms.

      Entered by way of a double-height reception hall, the accommodation flows beautifully. With an embarrassment of riches, each room is immaculately tailored and shows to an exacting standard. The bespoke kitchen is outstanding, equipped with a full complement of units together with Miele appliances, AGA, granite worktops and a highly attractive polished limestone floor. In addition there is a formal dining room, a fitted study with a range of polished wood shelving and cupboards, a cloakroom, and a utility room. The breakfast room / sitting room is of great attraction, with French doors opening to the rear courtyard it leads to a highly versatile studio / family room, which supports the ability to work from home.

      Adjacent to the studio, across the courtyard, is a quite remarkable games room, a unique space with exposed ceiling beams and an inset burning stove, ideal for large social gatherings and family occasions alike , it has the added benefit of a fitted bar with seating area.

      The drawing room is one of many focal points with a magnificent Inglenook fireplace and inset burning stove. Stairs lead directly to a guest suite with a double-height ceiling and a well-appointed en suite. The wine cellar/room is set within the circular oast house, it has a striking central display with fitted storage capability throughout.

      The first floor mirrors the ground floor in its style, size and grandeur. The principal suite is furnished with a highly attractive en suite bathroom together with a large walk-in, fully fitted dressing room. Bedroom three and four are served by an outstanding family bathroom which includes a roll top bath and marble finish.

      The property is accessed via electric wrought iron gates that open onto a sweeping drive that leads to the main entrance. The low-maintenance gardens have been cleverly designed and lend themselves to light-touch upkeep. The front is principally laid to lawn, complemented by established hedging and herbaceous borders. The rear courtyard is particularly striking, walled with expansive areas of stone paviors, gravel beds and box hedging.

      Adjacent to the property is a paddock, pond and an area of wild garden, in all totalling 7.65 acres. There is a three car secure garage plus a substantial store / outbuilding to the side of the paddock which provides useful storage capability.

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    If I was to imagine the perfect country home, Tedstone House would be it. A truly remarkable home: uber-stylish, highly spacious with a wonderful feel.

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Tedstone Delamere is a quintessential Herefordshire village situated approximately 3 miles from Bromyard. There are a host of outdoor activities to be enjoyed: hiking, cycling and hiking are but a few.
    • The charming market town of Ledbury is approximately 18 miles away. It has a wide selection of independent stalls, boutique shops, bars, and restaurants. Further amenities include a supermarket, Doctor's Surgery and a pharmacy.
    • In addition there is a mainline train station with a direct route to London Paddington(approximately 2 hours).
    • The Cathedral city of Worcester is approximately 12 miles away which has a wide selection of facilities, a vibrant city centre, shops, restaurants and a cinema. There is also a city hospital. It has two mainline train stations with direct routes to both London and Birmingham.

    Additional information

    • Services connected: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired central heating.
    • Local Authority: Herefordshire County Council.
    • Directions: From Junction 7 of the M5 motorway take the A4440 and A44 towards Bromyard and Leominster. As you reach Bromyard, turn right onto the B4203. Follow the road for approximately two miles and then turn right by the Wheatsheaf Public House to Tedstone Delamere. After approximately 500 yards take the first left and follow the lane for approximately 3 miles following the signs to Tedstone Delamere and at the top of the hill just after Tedstone Court is Tedstone House.
    • EPC Rating: D