The property enjoys a superb quiet location on the fringe of the picturesque village of Tarrington with its vibrant community hall and surrounding fields and the Common which offers miles of
walking trails. Nearby is a Farm Shop with Café along with Alexander Park 18 hole golf course, spa and gym along the 6 mile route to the lovely
market town of Ledbury with its M50 junction and close proximity to the Malvern Hills. The full city amenities of Hereford lie only 7 miles away.
Farmhouse and Paddock
Alder's End Farm comprises a large traditional property believed to date back to late 17th century with additions dating to the late 18th century. The Grade II listed farmhouse is brick built with sandstone quoins and a slate roof and offers extensive accommodation with fantastic refurbishment and renovation potential. The current accommodation comprises three large reception rooms with high ceilings, breakfast kitchen with a grey two oven Aga and separate larder, cloakroom/boiler room and a hallway with an impressive central dog leg staircase leading to the first floor accommodation. This comprises five large bedrooms with a family bathroom and the staircase continues up to the second floor with five attic rooms each with far reaching views. There is extensive cellarage and an adjacent single storey outbuilding accessed from the rear garden.
Gardens and grounds
The gardens and grounds are predominantly laid to lawn and the adjacent ivy clad coach house provides garaging and has the former farm office above with a separate cloakroom. This provides further development potential for an annexe or office to the main farmhouse. There is also a paddock extending to 0.75 acres.
The site surrounding Alder's End Farmhouse includes a range of redundant modern agricultural barns, three detached period barns and a detached cart shed. Change of use and conversion of the traditional period agricultural buildings has been agreed to form five residential units, erection of garaging and stores, formation of new vehicular access and the removal of the
redundant modern agricultural buildings.
Planning Approval DCC090932/F (Historic number
DCCE0009/1684/F) was gained in November 2009 and made extant by a commencement letter from Hereford Council in November 2012. The 'substantial start' was gained by the installation of a drainage system, acknowledged by Building
Control. Negotiations over a long period of time have ensured the development contributes to a positive impact on the surrounding area maintaining the ecology of wildlife areas and the inherent character of the farmstead listed building requirements. The five diverse residences (Units 2-6) will form an attractive enclave and
together with the farmhouse represent a prime development for the area. In summary the proposal includes:-
Unit 2 (Approx 2269 sq ft) This unit will form one domestic residence and make use of the open space located around it. The unit will comprise four bedrooms to the first-floor to include one family bathroom and two en-suites and kitchen, utility, dining room and living room to the ground floor. The living room takes advantage of the full height features of the barn and retention of all the existing timber roof trusses. The building will make use of all the existing openings while the formation of new openings will not be required. Conservation rooflights to be inserted in the roof have been kept to a minimum so as not to impact on the building's character.
Unit 3 (Approx 906 sq ft) This building is a single-story conversion comprising two bedrooms, one bathroom and an open living room/kitchen area. The property will take advantage of the full height aspect internally whilst retaining all the existing timber trusses and full use has been made of the existing openings.
Units 4, 5 and 6 - These three units will be provided within one existing building, each unit being of two storeys. Unit 4 (Approx 2000 sq ft) is located to the north east of the existing building,
and has three bedrooms and one bathroom on the first floor, and the living area, study, kitchen and dining room located on the ground floor, with a second living area located on a lower floor
level. Unit 5 (Approx 1142 sq ft) and Unit 6 (Approx 1290 sq ft) are presented in a very similar format, at ground floor level each having three bedrooms, one en-suite and one bathroom and at first floor level having open plan living rooms and kitchenettes. These two properties have been designed so that the open plan can be at first floor, taking full advantage of the full height of the building. These units take full advantage of all the existing openings with the insertion of only four new openings.
Development Site For SaleAlder's End Farm, Durlow, Tarrington, Hereford, Herefordshire
Guide price £1,300,000 Sale Agreed
Large traditional Grade II listed farmhouse in an idyllic rural setting with a range of period barns and farm buildings with extant planning permission for residential development
- Fantastic development potential
- Detached period farmhouse
- Extant Planning Permission for 5 residential units
- Total approximately 15,796 sq ft to include house and development site
- Gardens & grounds
- Total land 3.73 acres
- Rural setting
- Available as a whole or in 2 lots