Buckton Mill is an impressive Georgian former corn mill in Herefordshire, which is Grade I listed. Believed to have Saxon origins, the house was a working corn mill until 1950, was bought in 1970 and converted into a house; the current owners have further renovated the Mill into a modern family home in an idyllic location in Herefordshire.
The property still retains its working water wheel and some of the mill workings, which all renovations have preserved.
Accommodation comprises: porch, kitchen/breakfast room, dinig room, first floor sitting room, master bedroom suite and two further bedrooms and two family bathrooms
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The gardens are largely laid to lawn and have wonderful south-easterly views. Productive vegetable and fruit gardens lie to the rear though a pretty archway, and two outhouses are used as storage.
Buckton Mill is located in a really delightful position in Buckton between Bucknell and Leintwardine on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border. Both villages offer a good range of services and facilities, and the surrounding countryside offers lots of interesting recreational facilities.
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