Crowmoor Lane, TILLINGTON, Tillington Hereford, Herefordshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Possibly the most stunning renovation of a period property currently on the market. Every detail has been carefully considered and this delightful home is sure to impress all who take a look inside. Located down a country lane off the main part of the village, surrounded by fruit trees that give the property its name, with additional ability to convert the existing brick coach house in to further ancillary accommodation or as a holiday let (planning permission passed). A viewing is highly recommended.


This period property originally formed part of the Herefordshire Fruit Farm Co-operative for many years and fell in to disrepair and neglect. Purchased by our vendor in 2017 she has painstakingly restored, extended and created a beautiful family home of much character and charm whilst integrating many modern twists which elevate the property above the ordinary. The ground floor accommodation comprises three very spacious reception areas, utility room, boot room, shower room and upstairs there are four double bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom along with a large galleried landing ideal as a study area. The level gardens surround the property and there is ample parking as well as a detached period coach house with planning for conversion to ancillary accommodation. Surrounded by apple orchards and located in a rural spot only a few miles outside of Hereford this is a stunning property and well worth the investment in time to view.

Property description

The property is approached through a traditional five bar gate on to the extensive gravelled driveway and parking area. Immediately you are struck by the quaint windows with their original white pained shutters, the oak framing and inset brick panels which date the property to around the 17th century. Through the stable door on the front you enter the spacious reception hall with period tiled floor, exposed beams and original details showing the exposed wattled partition walls and Hereford hand made bricks. To the left is the dining area with dual aspect windows and more exposed features and fireplace with Clearview wood burning stove. To the right is the sitting room with another fireplace and Clearview wood burner with door to the garden.

Stepping through to the open plan kitchen/living room you leave the 17th century and enter into the 21st with a luxury Russell Alexander bespoke kitchen with stunning worktops, built in range cooker and extensive breakfast bar before you enter the living area which has a vaulted ceiling and bi-fold doors overlooking the patio, garden and orchards beyond. If you can drag yourself away from this room, to the right is a large utility room, separate boot room and a luxury shower room.

Take the stairs from the hallway to the first floor you appear on the capacious landing again with many fine period details and is certainly large enough to have a relaxing sitting or study/home office area. There are four double bedrooms all of a similar size with the main bedroom having an en-suite shower room and there is also a large family bathroom.

Coach House

The detached period coach house is currently a tremendous space for storage, as a workshop and garage, wood store etc but has planning permission passed under reference 160600 in November 2016 which allows for the building to be converted into a self contained 1 bedroom property (Class C3) and would be ideal as an annexe to the main house for a dependant relative requiring independent living or as a holiday cottage. These plans could be amended subject to planning approval to provide for a 2 bedroom property or possibly 2 x1 bedroom flats as the space available is sizable enough.

Gardens and parking

There is a large gravelled parking area to the front and side of the property providing parking for many vehicles and adjacent to the coach house is a garage.

The gardens have been reinstated by our vendor and has recently had a large lawn seeded with post and rail boundary fencing installed and a newly planted laurel hedge. A white picket fence encloses the rear garden and patio and a pathway runs around the rear. To the right is a large Willow tree providing shade with a seating area and small dovecote. The front of the property is enclosed by mature hedging.


Mains water & electricity are connected.

Private drainage to sceptic tank located in adjacent orchard with all necessary easements and wayleaves in place.

Oil fired central heating to a newly installed external oil boiler.

LPG bottles supply the gas range cooker in the kitchen (mains gas is available in the lane)

Herefordshire Council Tax band D.

Agents notes

All necessary building regulation documents will be provided for the works carried out to the main house. Planning permission was not required as the new extensions to the rear replaced existing rooms so was considered as permitted development .

To the Southern boundary of the property there is the original packing warehouse and cold store for the fruit which has planning permission to be converted in to residential dwellings and the planning information can be reviewed on the Herefordshire Planning Portal using the references: P153743 & P160599.


Tillington is in the heart of Herefordshire's famous Orchard Belt and is surrounded by both hard and soft fruit growing. The village along with its close neighbour Burghill has a range of village shops, public house, golf course, primary school, farm shops and is only 3 miles from Hereford and the usual facilities a major town can offer.

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.

* Rightmove Intel - HR1, HR2, HR3, HR4, HR5,HR6, SY7, SY8 LD7, LD8

Arrange viewing 01432 507160

Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email