Clyro, Clyro, Hereford, Herefordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Delightful and charming, south facing Grade ll listed four bedroom house which has undergone extensive renovation and extension. With far reaching views over The Wye Valley and The Black Mountains and set in a beautiful location within 4.09 acres.


Little Wernypentre is a delightful and charming Grade II listed house which has undergone extensive renovation and extension. Much of the original character has been retained and enhanced offering a blend between the historical aspect of the property and adding a contemporary element of design and style. The property is south-facing and benefits from far-reaching views over The Wye Valley and The Black Mountains.


Little Wernypentre is found approximately 2 miles from Clyro village which offers services including a petrol station/village store as well as a new primary school, village hall and public house. A more extensive range of services and facilities can be found in Hay-on-Wye. Hay-on-Wye, which is just over 3 miles away, is a delightful market town, famous for its annual Literary Festival held in the Spring. Hay-on-Wye offers an excellent range of services and facilities including dentists, doctors' surgery, cinema, chemist, library, post office, primary school, a wealth of second-hand bookshops, antique shops and an excellent diverse market which operates every Thursday. There is a wide range of public houses, restaurants and cafes, all located in and close to the town centre. The local area offers a wide range of leisure and recreational activities being found within The Brecon Beacons National Park and also found on the River Wye.

There is a wide range of walking immediately from the property as well as excellent out riding. The Begwyns and Bryngwyn Hills are found close by.


The property is entered through the front door into a porch, which is currently used as a playroom, although could also be a further reception room. The sitting room is a delightfully light and airy room with lots of windows and French windows to the outside. There is an inset screened fireplace and cupboard storage under the stairs. It is noted that from this sitting room there is a staircase which leads directly up into the master suite. The dining room is a delightful room offering generous space and light with further cupboard storage and an archway which leads into the kitchen.

The kitchen is absolutely the heart of this house and forms part of the new extension. It has a vaulted ceiling with high hanging lights and a central island. For cooking facilities there is an oil fired Rayburn range and separate gas hobs as well as an electric oven, integrated into the central island. It is noted that this is an exceptionally light and airy space with double doors and further windows to the southern aspect.

Next to the kitchen is a very useful pantry with generous shelving, work surface area and window to the outside.

From the kitchen there is an utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and a butler style sink with further cupboard storage and a door out into the rear. From this area is access into the downstairs bedroom suite including a very stylish en-suite shower room, which connects directly into the bedroom and into the utility room. From this downstairs bedroom there is a set of double doors leading out to the rear garden.

From the entrance hall there is a set of stairs leading up to the first-floor area and a staircase which leads from the sitting room up to the master bedroom suite. The main bedroom is exceptional with a wide range of exposed beams and timbers as well as fitted cupboard and drawer storage, wardrobes and shelving. There are windows which look out at the tremendous views which take advantage of the full height vaulted ceiling. Adjacent to the bedroom there is also a bathroom with close coupled w.c., wash hand basin and panel bath. An archway leads through into bedroom two, which is separately accessed from the main staircase. This bedroom has windows to the front and rear and a doorway leading out to the first- floor landing area. There is a further double bedroom and bathroom to include a paneled bath, close coupled w.c. And wash handbasin.


The property is approached off a very quite lane into a new gravelled parking and turning area.

Immediately to the front of the house there is an extensive lawn area which is stocked with bulbs for the spring and summer flowers. To the front of the house there is a patio, which is accessed from the kitchen and has been fitted with a canopy extending from the kitchen out onto the patio for summer dining. A pathway leads around to the rear with a delightful wild flower area giving gated access onto the lane and path, which has been cut into the grass and leads to the tremendous oak tree and further onto the climbing frame and pirate ship. Further pathways leads around to the rear of the house with level lawn and to the rear there is a covered wood storage area and access is directly into the house from the back door.

Across the driveway there is the former barn 6.27m x 5.06m which offers exceptional storage and occasional workspace and it has been fitted with a wood burner, windows and is currently used as a work from home office. To the rear of this room there is a further storage area 3.10m x 1.43m. Incorporated in the barn is a stable 3.67m x 3.04m all which has lighting and power supplies. Further on from the barn is a pole shed 18m x 5.30m offering exceptional storage for vehicles and equipment and currently houses the chickens. To the side there is a menage with a hardcore and laid rubber surface, which is generally in good condition and a further gateway leads into the paddock areas.

To the side of the driveway there is an orchard and an exceptional garden with raised beds. Water supplies are close by. Across the lane there is also a further area of paddock and it is noted that a seldom used footpath does crossover this area. Workshop 3.13m x 3.03m.


Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Council Tax Band

Powys County Council Band E.


Private water, mains electricity and private drainage. Oil Fired central heating. Please note the services or service installations have not been tested.


From Hay-on-Wye proceed to Clyro on the B4350. Once in Clyro turn right towards Hereford, take the second turn to the left, which will be signed for Newchurch. Then immediately turning right up the hill. Continue for a short distance until you reach a sign on the left-hand side pointing to Upper Wernypentre, continue along this single track lane where Little Wernypentre will be found on the right hand side.

Viewing and Contact details

All viewings must be arranged through the sole selling agents Sunderlands LLP.

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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