PEMBRIDGE, Nr Pembridge, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
This four bedroom detached cottage sits in gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 9.5 acres. In a wonderful location, rural and private, close to the village of Pembridge the property itself provides bright and spacious accommodation with the added benefits of oil heating, double glazing, fully enclosed grounds and gardens, stable block, ample parking and two detached garages.


Moseley House occupies a lovely secluded position at the end of a lane yet is just half a mile from the popular black and white village of Pembridge. The property offers light and spacious accommodation comprising; porch, utility/cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, living room, four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Moseley house also benefits from oil heating, double glazing, gardens and grounds of approximately 9.5 acres, stable block, two detached garages and ample parking.

Property description

The main door of the property enters into the porch which has windows to both sides and a door entering the kitchen/breakfast room. This room is fitted with matching solid wood wall and base units with integrated cooker, hob, dishwasher and aga. There is also tiled flooring, windows to the front and side and space for a fridge freezer. A door to the right of this room leads into the utility/cloakroom with WC and space for a washing machine. The dining room is a light and spacious area with natural light coming in through a bay window facing the rear part of the garden and double doors to the side. With tiled flooring and a feature fireplace this room is a lovely space. The living room is the well sized family room giving this house a feeling of homeliness and warmth. It has double glazed bay window to the rear, two further windows to side and rear, feature fireplace and useful understairs alcove space suitable for use as a study area.

The first floor provides four neutrally decorated double bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedrooms one and two both have windows to the rear and side with bedrooms three and four both having windows to the rear and inbuilt storage cupboards. The bathroom has a three piece white suite with a shower over, chrome towel rail and tiled floor.


The property is approached via an unadopted gravelled track through a five bar gate leading to the driveway offering extensive parking. The lawned area to the side of the property includes mature hedgerows and a variety of specimen trees. The substantial gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an extensive range of mature trees and shrubs including willow tree and fir trees providing a high level of privacy. There is also a useful timber garden shed, cold water tap and the oil tank. A lovely veranda to the side of the property with courtesy lights offers superb views over the garden and an ideal summer dining area, having flagstone floor and double doors opening back into the dining room.

Garages and parking

6.03m X 3.3m & 4.7 X 3.9 ()

There is a double Timber clad garage with vaulted ceiling, extensive shelving, lighting, power, gravelled floor and remote controlled up and over door. The second garage is a single with up and over door. The property also provides ample off road parking.

Land and stables

Separate to the gardens the remaining grounds split into two paddocks. The largest measures at approximately 7.76 Acres and is suitable for pasture. Paddock two is approximately 0.87 Acres and is on a 900 year long lease belonging to local parish.

A stable block separated into four is fully enclosed between the garden and the large paddock.


Mains electricity, private water and private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax Band G.


Moseley House occupies a lovely secluded position at the end of a lane yet is just half a mile from the popular black and white village of Pembridge. This pretty village is well catered for offering a shop, post office, a number of public houses and restaurants, primary school, village hall and church to name but a few. The popular market towns of Leominster and Kington are just 8 and 6 miles away respectively offering a further array of amenities.


From Leominster proceed west on the A44. After a few miles, turn right, still on the A44, signed to Kington. Pass through the village of Pembridge and continue for about 1/4 mile, shortly after a sign for 'Pitsfield Farm Camping' turn right into a gravel track with grass down the middle and the property can be found at the end of the track.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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