Hereford Manor Herefordshire, HR2

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A stunning Grade I listed manor house at the heart of a magical and diverse estate covering almost 1,200 acres of Herefordshire countryside. Dating back to Norman times, the property was refurbished between 1997-2001, which involved extensive restoration works to bring the mansion back to it’s former glory.

The private carriageway drive is 1.5 miles long through a tree lined avenue and parkland and passes the 7 acre lake before arriving at the gates to the imposing property.

At the grand entrance of the property is the Kings Hall, commissioned by The Duke of Chandos in 1770. The hall is a huge double height space flooded with natural light, with beautiful plasterwork by Bugatti and Attari and described by Pevsner as the finest room in Herefordshire.

In addition to the Kings Hall, there are four grand reception rooms, a billiard room, various family rooms, two kitchens, four main bedroom suites and a library on the first floor plus a further eight bedrooms and seven bath/shower rooms on the second floor. Other estate buildings include a substantial nine bedroom secondary house with its own paddocks and parkland, and entrance lodge, six cottage and a range of traditional farm buildings.

The estate offers acres parkland, formal and informal gardens, a swimming pool with the most stunning views, woodland, and a fantastic high point with views of Wales and the Black Mountains and other surrounding counties.

Grazing and arable land is also on the Estate.

There is panelling to several rooms and fantastic original coving throughout.

This is a hugely flexible shoot location, that may offer shoot and stay options along with catering.

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