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Apartment 7, Bryngwyn Manor, Wormelow, Herefordshire

£650,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0337
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Leasehold

Property Summary

A Spectacular Apartment set within the original Grade II-listed building of Bryngwyn Manor, a stunning Victorian Gothic Manor House, sitting in beautifully landscaped gardens of around four-and-a-half acres having glorious uninterrupted views over the Herefordshire countryside.
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Property Features

  • Luxury Apartment Within a Victorian Gothic Style Manor House originally built in 1886.
  • Far Reaching Views, Communal and Private Lawn and Terrace
  • High Specification
  • Luxury Ensuite Shower Rooms To Principle & Guest Bedroom
  • Allocated parking
  • Guest Parking
  • Good Location For Commute
  • Woodland Walks Nearby
  • Peaceful Location
  • 3 Bedrooms
This property is not currently available. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market.
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Full Details

Apartment 7 is a stunning and spacious three/four-bedroom apartment having a luxurious feel throughout with lofty ceilings, decorative fireplaces' and beautiful double height windows which benefit from newly fitted high quality secondary glazing. The blend of traditional and contemporary detailing ensures that this apartment reflects its surrounding Victorian Gothic architecture and heritage with a beautiful interior and impressive landscaping to the private garden and communal grounds.

Set on the edge of the lovely village of Wormelow, having a popular village shop/delicatessen/Post Office, The Tump Inn Public House, and a Cricket Club. This property offers perfect village living with the benefit of nearby larger amenities. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth are approximately 11 miles away, offering an excellent array of shopping facilities with Individual and High Street Shops along with Pubs and Restaurants all offering superb dining. The Cathedral City of Hereford is just over 6 miles away, a rural bus service runs from the village. The A40 is approximately 11 miles away and gives access to Newport and Wales or Bristol and the South. The M50 is approximately 12 miles away and gives access to the Midlands and the North. Further facilities include The Steiner Academy school just two miles away in Much Dewchurch and primary schools in nearby villages of Kingsthorne and Much Birch, which also has a Doctors Surgery.

Dating back to 1862 and constructed by Sir James Rankin who was senior partner in the family timber and ship building business and also MP for Leominster in the late 1880's. The property has undergone extensive yet sympathetic refurbishment to a particularly high standard with the retention and restoration of many of the splendid original features.
There are decadent features throughout the Main Hall of the house itself, with rich woodwork that includes original timber wall panelling, flooring and the grand staircase, a magnificent fireplace, ornate plasterwork and beautifully crafted stain glass windows. This magnificent property is located at the end of a private sweeping driveway leading to the residents and visitors parking, adjacent to the entrance.




Council Tax Band: E (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Leasehold

Entered Via
The Tudor style entrance porch opens into the inner vestibule where along a short corridor the entrance to Apartment 7 can be found.

Hallway
The inner hall, some 40ft long, is illuminated by three large spiral chandeliers and provides access to the other rooms.

Bedroom 3/Study w: 6.2m x l: 3.4m (w: 20' 4" x l: 11' 2")
Window to front with recently fitted secondary glazing and electric roller blinds, lovely views towards Much Dewchurch and the Black Mountains beyond. Radiator.
Access to small washroom with lavatory.

Principal Bedroom w: 5.1m x l: 3.4m (w: 16' 9" x l: 11' 2")
Double height windows with newly fitted secondary glazing, electric roller blackout blinds, uninterrupted country views, spacious, light, and airy with high ceilings, fitted wardrobes, a pair of beautiful chandeliers. Radiator.
Door to;

En-Suite Shower Room
Obscured window to rear with newly fitted secondary glazing, electric roller blinds. Double vanity sinks with matching pair of LED illuminated mirrors above, walk-in shower, low level W.C., part Porcelanosa tiled walls, radiator, Travertine tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room w: 6.2m x l: 5.6m (w: 20' 4" x l: 18' 4")
Magnificent full height windows with electric roller blinds to the front, offering glorious views. High specification kitchen units with soft closing doors and drawers, granite work surfaces, integrated dishwasher, full height integrated fridge and freezer, Neff double oven and grill with microwave over, double stainless-steel sink with mixer tap. To the central island, having power and USB charger points, a breakfast bar to one end, Hotpoint Schott Ceran induction hob with downdraft Kitchen cooker extractor Fan. Inset feature fireplace perfect for an AGA. Under floor heating with ceramic tiled flooring.
Doors to;


Utility
Ceramic sink, ample storage room, space and plumbing for washer/dryer, radiator, tiled flooring.

Bedroom 4/Snug w: 4.8m x l: 3.6m (w: 15' 9" x l: 11' 10")
Having two double height windows to the front, recently fitted secondary glazing and electric roller blinds, stunning views, high ceiling with two chandeliers, decorative feature fireplace. Radiator.

Lounge w: 6m x l: 6m (w: 19' 8" x l: 19' 8")
A superb entertaining space with decorative fireplace and stunning chandelier. The room is flooded by with natural light from the double height ornate windows and double doors. The upper windows benefit from secondary glazing and electric roller blinds. The double doors open out onto a stone staircase with ornamental balustrades leading down to the private patio and adjacent lawn with stunning views over the grounds and the undulating farmland and woodland beyond.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.5m x l: 5.1m (w: 11' 6" x l: 16' 9")
Double height windows to rear, recently fitted secondary glazing, electric roller blinds, double fitted wardrobes with mirrored fronts. Single large chandelier, radiator.
Door to;


En-Suite Shower Room
Walk in double shower, wall hung wash hand basin, low level W.C.,
fully tiled, vertical radiator.

Bathroom
Indulgent Jacuzzi bath, Low level W.C., wash hand basin with LED mirror over, fully tiled.


Outside
The residence itself is nestled within approximately 4.5 acres of mature communal gardens along with a private terrace and lawn. The grounds begin with a sweeping driveway which leads to the main house, the gardens have been lovingly maintained and professionally landscaped to create an exterior that such a grand home deserves. The views from the Apartment are, from the front, towards the village of Much Dewchurch with the tower of St Davids Church in sight and the Black Mountains beyond. From the rear over undulating farmland and Cocksbrook Wood.
Each of the 12 Apartments have a 6ft x 5ft garden shed located within the grounds along with a 6ft x 6ft raised bed should one wish to grow vegetables, flowers etc.


Agents Note
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is Leasehold.
125 years from 2017.
Current annual ground rent £180
Current annual service charge £3,580 to include buildings insurance. Contact agent for further information.


Services
Mains electricity, private water and drainage, independent propane gas central heating, boiler with a metered supply from communal storage cylinders.

Local Authority
Herefordshire Council.
Council Tax Band 'E'

Additional Information
The Apartment has three good sized lofts, one of which contains the calor gas central heating/hot water boiler.
Approximate Floor area 211m2
Disclaimer: Please note this floor plan is for marketing purposes and is to be used as a guide only.

Directions:
From Ross-on-Wye head towards Hereford on the A49. Continue for approximately six miles before taking a left turn A466, signposted Monmouth and Wormelow. On arrival at Wormelow turn right and then immediately left where you will see the pillared entrance to the driveway follow the drive to find the magnificent Bryngwyn Manor before you.

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