The Hop Kiln at Wall End Farm
The Hop Kiln at Wall End Farm is a fabulous two bedroom, two bathroom former working kiln set on a farm on the North Herefordshire/South Shropshire border with views over the cider apple orchard. The features such as exposed beams & brickwork have been maintained while carefully chosen modern amenities throughout and underfloor heating on the ground floor create a wonderful atmosphere to ensure you have a lovely relaxing holiday or break. Decorated using Edward Bulmer natural and non-toxic paints, Tinsmiths of Ledbury lighting and a high standard of finish throughout including the quartz worktops. There is plenty of space inside and out to enjoy being with family and friends. The property is well positioned for walkers and cyclists and there is an array of country pubs and restaurants close by. For convenience there are several supermarkets and local amenities within 2 miles. Slightly further afield is the historic town of Ludlow, famed for its food festivals and fantastic cuisine. Hereford Cathedral and city are equally lovely to visit. We are conveniently situated close to the Welsh border for fantastic scenery, Hay-on-Wye, the Breacon Beacons and the Shropshire Hills are all within easy reach by car.
The Ground floor has an Entrance Hall/Sitting Room with large ‘sink into’ 3-seater sofa, a pair of armchairs & Smart TV, through to the Kitchen/Dining Room, with separate Breakfast Bar/working area, electric cooker and dishwasher Utility cupboard with washing machine and household utility items.
On the First Floor the fabulous circular Master Bedroom with 6’6” super king bed with separate Bathroom, with bath & hand-held shower attachment.
Bedroom 2 is spacious with a 5’ zip and link bed or a pair of 2’6” beds with en-suite shower room with original exposed brickwork and timbered beams.
The Hop Kiln is accessed through a large gate into a gravelled drive and parking area. The Kiln is set in its own large garden mainly laid to lawn with a few shrubs and hedges. The garden is fully fenced or surrounded by stone walls.
An attractive terrace is laid outside the front of the building with chimney style fireplace/barbecue and log storage area. The terrace is well lit and has electric points. The property is also well lit externally.
During late spring through to the end of October the terrace has outside furniture and pots attractively planted with seasonal flowers.
The outdoor space is for your own private use with plenty of parking and a tennis court is also available.