Treburvaugh House is a substantial Grade II listed property believed to have been built in the late 18th century, with subsequent Regency and Victorian additions.
Notable features include oak floorboards, deep moulded cornices, an ornate fireplace in the dining room and the Jacobean style staircase. The present owner has refurbished the house while preserving the distinctive arts and crafts interiors.
Accommodation includes a dining room with shuttered bay window and arts and crafts fireplaces. The living room benefits from a Rayburn and the study is connected to the library. The large kitchen has lots of room for cooking and entertaining and there are also extensive cellars.
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The first floor has an imposing landing with oak flooring and beamed ceilings. Two bedrooms are directly off this landing and have ornate fireplaces. Beyond are four further bedrooms, and the back stairs continue up to the top floor which has a further two bedrooms and a box room.
Outside the very pretty gardens are a feature of the house, and recorded in the Royal Commission survey of historic gardens. The lawn on the south side is partly paved with steps down to the croquet lawn. Beyond is the mature garden; a stream runs through a wooded area which has a great profusion of bluebells in the spring and the lake is surrounded by wild flowers in the summer. There are two good paddocks beyond the house. The land comes to just under ten acres.
Treburvaugh House is located around four miles south west of Knighton, and commands excellent views over unspoiled countryside and the Upper Lugg Valley. Knighton and Presteigne provide good shopping while Ludlow and Hereford are also within easy reach.
The guide price is £750,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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