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Hall Court Farm,
Ledbury

Offers in excess of £2,200,000 9,664 sq. ft.

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About the property

Historic Grade II Listed hall of considerable character

Property Snapshot
  • Grade II Listed hall
  • Call Louise Jones #4042
  • Over 5,900 sq. ft. of 19th century brick hop kilns
  • Large American barn with 18 stables
  • Outdoor riding school with Martin Collins surface
  • Additional farm buildings
  • Large pond
  • Orchards and pasture land
  • 79 acres
  • Gardens with stunning views
A home for the history-lover, parts of this property date back to the early 1600's with a moat still buried close by. With period features including wainscoting, exposed beams and large open fires it addresses today's must-haves with a large open kitchen enjoying the spectacular views, a stunning walled garden, and literally acres of space to relax. With annex potential, and hop kilns, farmland and barns offering extensive scope for business, conversion or equestrian use this is a fantastic opportunity to blend the old with a vision of the new.

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