Stunning Equestrian Property, Herefordshire, England
As the dust begins to settle on this bizarre 2020, one hopeful dynamic to emerge from the chaos is that it has created a whole new world of opportunity for those with the ambition and vision to see it.
That is exactly what is on offer here with this fantastic property in the charming village of Hoarwithy, in the Herefordshire region of England. Among countless other superb features, this equestrian property is set on 16 acres of land and has brick-built stables, tack room and feed/store barn close to the house. There is also an additional 250M2 modern barn used for classic car storage and a 3-bay car garage with 3 EV charging points.
This property not only offers buyers a wonderful, spacious, and comfortable place to stay but also the chance to invest in one of the fastest growing areas for holiday rentals in the UK. Located on the banks of the River Wye, Hoarwithy is surrounded by breath-taking countryside that is calling out for anyone wishing to escape the stresses and dramas of everyday life.
A large traditional house with modern additions set in 16 acres.
Brick built stables, tack room and feed/store barn close to the house. Additional 250M2 modern barn used for classic car storage. 3 bay car garage with 3 EV charging points.
5 reception rooms, large modern kitchen and family room, pantry, laundry room, 2 cloakrooms, Garden room, Large Master Bedroom Suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom. 4 further double bedrooms (2 en-suite) Family bathroom. Domestic Offices.
The fantastic open plan family entertainment room is joined to the kitchen and has 8 metres of bifold doors that open out into the patio/garden.
Two of the luxurious bedrooms have their own entrance and are used by the current owners as Bed & Breakfast accommodation through the summer months. These bedrooms could easily be converted to provide an independent ‘granny annex’ or staff/grooms accommodation.
The present owners have lived at Red Rail for 26 years and are now retired and downsizing.
Located just west of The Cotswolds, Herefordshire is one of the undiscovered gems of England
Vegetable garden with raised beds, Greenhouse, Chicken coop.
Large modern kitchen with fitted Wolf & Sub Zero appliances.
Large Horse Menage
The large shed, constructed to take an R44 Helicopter, could easily be used for further indoor stabling if required
Heating mainly Ground Source Heat Pump, partly Oil. 8KW Solar panels. Property insulated to the highest standard.
Large patio leading to large private gardens.
Located near M50 motorway, Racing Gallops nearby
in an era where we all need to consider our impact on the environment, this property is already doing that thanks to multiple environmentally friendly features including electronic car charging points, solar panelling, excellent insulation and of course the lush, green surroundings providing a home for many species of wildlife and the freshest of air to breathe in.
Further information can also be found on the Red Rail Farm’s own excellent website (https://redrailfarm.com/welcome-to-red-rail-farm/).
16 acres of land
5 reception rooms
Brick built stables
Tack room and feed/store barn close to the house
Additional 250M2 modern barn used for classic car storage. 3 bay car garage with 3 EV charging points
Large modern kitchen and family entertainment room
Large Master Bedroom Suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
4 further double bedrooms (2 en-suite) Family bathroom
Heating mainly Ground Source Heat Pump, partly Oil.
8KW Solar panels.
Property insulated to the highest standard.
Large patio leading to large private gardens.
Located near M50 motorway
Racing Gallops nearby
House built with the environment very much in mind
Massive potential in the fast-growing holiday rental market thanks to the breath-taking surroundings
Located just west of The Cotswolds.
About the area
Hoarwithy is a pleasant unspoilt village on the banks of the tranquil River Wye, voted the best river in England and Wales in 2011. Located just 10 miles from Hereford City and 4 miles from Ross-on-Wye it is an ideal base for a walking, canoeing, cycling or horse-riding holiday or, of course, you could just do nothing!
We usually have many birds and wildlife in the gardens, Green, great and lesser spotted Woodpeckers, Buzzards, and a pair of Peregrine falcons can often be seen in the spring.
Classic car enthusiasts – we have secure indoor car storage facilities on site, so your pride and joy will be safe with us.
We have TESLA destination charging points, and a Universal Electric Vehicle chargers available free to our guests.
Strolling along the banks of the River Wye, enjoying the vibrant centre of High Town, taking in a show or immersing yourself in our local history and historic architecture – they are all just a short walk from each other in Hereford City.
With independent outlets sitting alongside well-known high street names, there is shopping for all in the traffic-free city centre. Or you may prefer to visit our historic black and white house museum, Cathedral and Mappa Mundi. Then you can sit back and relax in a coffee shop or enjoy a show at The Courtyard Theatre. There is something for everyone.
Call in at the tourist information centre in the historic Town Hall on St Owen Street to discover more about Hereford, Herefordshire and the Wye Valley from our friendly and knowledgeable volunteers.
This beautiful county is a place where you can watch things grow, where you can kick back, relax and enjoy a balanced pace of life. it is about the people, the community and the distinctive character. Let the natural and wholesome beauty of Herefordshire speak for itself.
Full Property Address:
Red Rail Farm