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Bank House, Crofts Lane, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 7AB

£177,500
  • Ref: 1000_RS0169
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Leasehold

Property Summary

A stunning One-Bedroom Apartment being perfectly placed in the centre of 'Historic' Ross-on Wye, discreetly tucked away within a Grade II listed building.
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Property Features

  • Town centre
  • Character Property
  • Roof garden/sun terrace
  • High Ceilings
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Period Features
  • Secure Basement Storage
  • Grade II Listed.
This property is not currently available. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market.
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Full Details

This beautiful and well-proportioned one-bedroom Apartment is situated on the first floor within an impressive Grade ll listed building. Accessed from croft Lane enter Bank House through the RED door which opens into the Ground floor inner courtyard, light and spacious with bicycle storage, refuse area and access to the large basement with each Apartment having use of the secure storage.
From the Courtyard a splendid circular staircase takes you to the first floor.

Offering spacious and stylish accommodation throughout, flooded with natural light, high ceilings with ornate cornice and feature fireplace in both the large bedroom and sitting room, the beautifully fitted kitchen/dining room opens on to the private roof terrace.
A truly stunning property that must be viewed.

Ross on Wye offers excellent commuter links to the Midlands via the M50/M5 and South Wales via the A40/M4. The centres of Monmouth, Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham are approximately 9 miles, 16 miles and 25 miles respectively.


Access to the property
Access is from Crofts lane, steps up to the front door.
An undercover walkway is spacious and well lit includes enclosed open air courtyard area and bin storage.
Access down to communal cellars which have locked storage cages for all apartments.
Further door into communal hallway and circular stairs to the first floor.

Entrance
Solid wood door leading into reception area, LED lighting, radiator, natural Sisal flooring
Doors to;


Bathroom
LED lighting, wooden sash window with built in storage beneath, bath with mixer shower over and glass shower screen, low level W.C, tall chrome ladder towel radiator, Mandarin stone sink, floor and wall tiles, limited loft access.

Bedroom w: 3.9m x l: 4.5m (w: 12' 10" x l: 14' 9")
Beautiful, airy and light with high ceiling, decorative cornice, large arch headed sash window with wooden window seat below, Town views over Broad street. Built in (large) storage cupboard, sealed Georgian fireplace with built in storage units and shelving either side, deep skirting boards, natural Sisal flooring.

Sitting Room w: 3.3m x l: 4.2m (w: 10' 10" x l: 13' 9")
Again a light and airy room having glass paneled door from the hall, high ceiling with decorative cornice, glazed wooden window, built in storage cupboard, sealed fireplace with Georgian surround, radiator, natural Sisal natural flooring.
Steps down to;

Kitchen/Dining w: 3.9m x l: 4.5m (w: 12' 10" x l: 14' 9")
LED lighting, limited loft access, glazed wooden window, fitted with a range of base and wall units, black granite worktops, stainless steel sink, space for washing machine and 4 ring oven, extractor over, integrated dishwasher, storage unit housing combi boiler and integrated fridge, laminate flooring, glazed double doors leading to;

Outside w: 1.5m x l: 3.4m (w: 4' 11" x l: 11' 2")
Beautiful bijou roof garden/sun terrace, decked floor and partial decked wall with fairy lights, room for seating and table.

Services
Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected to the property.

Tenure
We are informed by the Vendor that the tenure is Leasehold

Local Authority
Council Tax Band 'B'
Herefordshire County Council

Leasehold Information
999 years from 1st April 2007, with the vendor owning a share of the freehold.

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