Held at:

Private collection






Digital Archive - Sale Particulars: Upper Cefn

Place name:

Golden Valley




Sale particulars for Upper Cefn, Abbeydore, were issued by the agent, Brookes Bliss



The overall description given in the particulars is as follows:


A very attractive and unspoilt Georgian farmhouse, occupying a tucked away location in the heart of rural Herefordshire, together with gardens, paddocks and woodland, which in all extends to just under six acres.

Upper Cefn occupies a delightful rural location, well away from main roads at the end of a small lane, with just one other individual property. Its gardens and land face south-west and enjoy fine views over unspoilt countryside to the Black Mountains in the distance.

Originally part of a home farm, this handsome house is believed to have been built in 1786 has been in the same ownership for many years and appears to have remained largely unspoilt since Georgian times. The house has a lovely feel in our view and offers huge future potential with plenty of scope for further improvement if required. Ideal for a family there are five bedrooms two reception rooms, a kitchen breakfast room, a vaulted cellar and a separate granary that could offer annex potential, subject to approval. Immediately around the house, the gardens and land extend to approximately 2 acres with a further area of mixed woodland which extends to just under 4 acres and adjoins the Dulas Brook, where we understand the property enjoys fishing rights.


Full particulars including detailed descriptions of the accommodation, a selection of photographs and the floor plans can be downloaded here in PDF file format.




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