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Bolstone Barns Development, Bolstone, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2

4 beds | 3 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £895,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • Triple glazed windows for insulation and noise.
  • Air source heat pumps.
  • MVHR heat recovery ventilation.
  • Velux roof lights.
  • Joinery made windows and doors in solid oak including sliders where fitted.
  • Electric car charge points, plenty of parking both front and back.
  • Large garden room with power and light and bicycle storage.
  • Grade II listed barn conversion with many original features including the original cider press.
  • Nearing Completion

The Cider Barn is one of just three beautifully converted barn conversions, nestled quietly in an unspoilt corner of rural South Herefordshire. The barn offers four spacious bedrooms plus a large reception space containing the original cider press along with many other features.

The barns are situated in the quiet South Herefordshire hamlet of Bolstone, with the River Wye being just a stone's throw away. Nestled between Holme Lacy and Little Dewchurch, and between them having a good range of facilities including village pub, hall, country house with spa and agricultural college. The city of Hereford has a wide range of facilities and Ross on Wye gives excellent access to the M50 and M5.

The barns themselves have a wealth of original features including the cider press, exposed stone work and many original beams. Beautiful, landscaped gardens & generous parking areas to front and rear.

The Specification:

• Triple glazed windows for insulation and noise.
• Air source heat pumps.
• MVHR heat recovery ventilation.
• Velux roof lights.
• Joinery made windows and doors in solid oak including sliders where fitted.
• Electric car charge points, plenty of parking both front and back.
• Many retained beams and built in character.
• Cider barn has cider wheel and press.
• Masterclass Plain Silk Finish Handle-less Kitchen.
• Grade II listed barn conversion with many original features.
• Customers to choose their own kitchen if taken before completion.

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Agents Note:
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Directions:
From Ross-on-Wye take the A49 towards Hereford, taking the second turning off after the Wilton Roundabout, signposted Hoarwithy. Continue along through the village of Hoarwithy towards Hereford. On reaching the village of Little Dewchurch proceed past the village pub and turn left just before the green. Turn right sign posted Bolstone & Holme Lacy and after approximately one mile the development will be found on the right hand side.

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