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Treburvaugh House – Magnetic appeal, period provenance, unrivalled countryside
Scott Kemsley

Treburvaugh House – Magnetic appeal, period provenance, unrivalled countryside

A unique grade II listed country house, set in an unrivalled landscape at the edge of the Radnor Forest, on the Shropshire, Powys border has been launched to the market by Balfours.

An Arts and Crafts design, Treburvaugh House Farm, offers six bedrooms, five reception rooms and two-bedroom cottage, six stables and six acres with an option to purchase a further three and a half acres. Balfours Ludlow sales manager, Scott Kemsley, comments: “The property sits in an elevated position with breathtaking views over its land and beyond. Treburvaugh House Farm, offers great potential either as a family home, or incorporating a commercial enterprise as a wedding venue or boutique tourism. Currently the Cottage which is flexi one or two bedrooms is listed on Air B&B.”

A veranda greets guests as an elegant location to take in the views, beyond double doors open to a welcoming reception hall. The drawing room boasts a large bay overlooking the view, three of the reception rooms benefits from a character fireplace, while the snug and study have interconnecting doors, as do the dining room and kitchen/breakfast room. From the kitchen a character courtyard offers access to the utility, wood store and several more useful store sheds.

The six generous bedrooms are serviced by two bathrooms; while the master room boasts its own feature bath and a separate wc. Annexed to the main house is the Cottage which runs over the first and second floors, with an option to link to one of the main house bedrooms. Generous attic and cellar space complete some 7000 square feet of accommodation.

Scott adds: “Treburvaugh House Farm has magnetic appeal, its historical provenance with immense character internally and externally, is complimented by its idyllic grounds incorporating gardens, orchard, paddocks, pools, brook, dingle and ancient woodland.” The property is situated just outside the hamlet of Monaughty, with Knighton less than five miles, Presteigne 7.5 miles, while Kington and Ludlow are 12 and 23 miles respectively. The county towns of Hereford and Shrewsbury are 32 and 39 miles respectively.

Balfours are marketing Treburvaugh House Farm, with a guide price of £965,000. For more information call Balfours on 01588 707100.

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Scott Kemsley