Wellington, Hereford


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented period family home set in 1.1 acres


Auberrow House is quietly located in a country lane approximately ¾ of a mile to the South of the popular village of Wellington. This thriving community has a village shop and post office, primary school, parish church and well regarded pub making this a popular destination for families. The Cathedral City of Hereford lies 5½ miles to the South, providing an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities along with an excellent range of additional schools including Hereford Cathedral School and the award winning Hereford Sixth Form College. For the commuter, Hereford Railway Station is located on the Northern edge of the City, therefore conveniently placed for Auberrow House. Access to the motorway network is gained via the M5, located to the East of Worcester, just over 30 miles away.


Auberrow House is a very appealing detached family home, believed to date from the 19th Century and having been subject to an extensive renovation in recent years. Great attention to detail has been paid to all the finishes which include under floor heating to the ground floor and first floors, a range of wooden double glazed sash and casement windows, modern bathroom fittings with Bristan taps and wood panelled doors. The front door opens into a front to rear hallway finished with a limestone floor. To the right is the comfortable sitting room with feature fireplace with tiled hearth and beam above, and exposed ceiling beam. Across the hallway is the dining room, similarly fitted with a fireplace having a tiled hearth and beam over and exposed ceiling beams. The kitchen breakfast room is an excellent family room with a range of fitted wall and floor units, having an integrated dishwasher and under counter fridge as well as the Belling classic Range cooker. There are wooden worktops and space for a freestanding American style fridge freezer. A pair of French windows lead directly out into the garden. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a study, utility room and guest wc. On the first floor there are four good double bedrooms, the master bedroom located at the rear with a double aspect, fitted wardrobe and en-suite bathroom, having a shower over the bath, basin and heated towel rail. Bedroom two is a large L shaped bedroom which has a dressing area, fitted wardrobe and door to an attic store. Both bedrooms three and four are also doubles and completing the first floor is a well fitted house bathroom featuring a bath with shower above, basin and heated towel rail.

Gardens and grounds

The striking appearance of this family home is augmented by the roadside estate railings leading through to the gates to the side of the house onto the gravelled driveway. Surrounding the property to the side and the rear is a large paved terrace with a planted border leading directly onto the mainly lawned gardens which are South facing and interspersed with a variety of specimen trees. The garden is bordered by a range of mature hedgerows and trees with, in the far corner, a small pond providing a wonderful natural habitat for wildlife. The garden is a blank canvas for the keen gardener to create flower and shrub borders as well as play areas to suit. In all the land extends to 1.1 acres (0.44 ha).


Adjacent to the gates at the head of the driveway is the first of the two barns, which is timber clad and arranged as two rooms, the first being a gym and the second being two store rooms. Beyond the parking area is a further barn with a central covered area with, to the right a store room which was formerly the pigsty and to the left a store which could be adapted to a games room or workshop with steps up to a mezzanine area above. The rear of the barn is completed by a further store.

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