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Castle Meadow, Ross on Wye

£875,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0547
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial, detached family home, set within expansive gardens, totalling approximately 1.4 Acres. Nestled on the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye, offering picturesque rural views to the rear, conveniently located within walking distance of the town centre.
EPC: C
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Property Features

  • Double Garage
  • Potential For 1 Bed Annex
  • Sought After Location
  • Home Office
  • 2,818 Sq. Ft.
  • 1.4 Acre Plot
  • Offered With No Onward Chain
Sold STC

Full Details

Situated on the edge of the charming and vibrant market town of Ross-on-Wye, a picturesque town known for its delightful riverside walks and a variety of excellent shopping, dining, and recreational options. For those with children, there are several primary schools in the area. Additionally, John Kyrle High School providing secondary education for students.

For commuters, the M50 motorway is conveniently located just over a mile away, providing easy access to the M5, facilitating travel to Birmingham and the North, as well as Bristol and the South. The A40, within a mile's reach, leads to the M4 at Newport, offering a gateway to Cardiff and Wales. For more extensive amenities and services, the nearby Cathedral cities of Hereford, Worcester, and Gloucester, as well as the Regency Spa town of Cheltenham, are easily accessible.

This residence holds a prestigious location within an exclusive and verdant private road, boasting just four high-quality properties. Extending to 2,818 sq. ft. in total enjoying light and airy accommodation throughout.

Access the property by way of a private road, leading to a tarmac driveway that offers ample parking and a turning area suitable for multiple vehicles. The front garden is generously sized, featuring a well-maintained lawn and adorned with mature shrubs, as well as specimen trees.

To the rear garden, there's a west-facing patio area that offers delightful vistas of the surrounding countryside. The garden features expansive lawns adorned with a variety of trees, shrubs, ornamental trees, and herbaceous borders, along with raised beds. Beyond the gateway, the garden extends, hosting a diverse collection of fruit trees. Accessible via a separate vehicular entrance, the path curves from the side of number 1 to the rear of the property.

The garage is exceptionally spacious, and comes equipped with two electric doors. It includes a glazed window on the side, providing natural light, as well as power points and lighting for convenience. Additionally, there is a pedestrian door for easy access to the side area.

A substantial purpose-built office, complete with a W.C and storage, along with a utility room is connected to the rear of the garage, featuring a window overlooking the garden.


Council Tax Band: G (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Reception Hall
A delightful entrance offering a warm and inviting ambiance. Featuring a telephone point, a radiator, and various power points. Handy under-the-stairs storage cupboard equipped with a hanging rail and lighting. Another practical storage cupboard can be found beneath the stairs. Hardwood double-glazed window with front-facing views. Staircase to the first floor, featuring a galleried landing, and door to the cloakroom.

Sitting Room
A beautifully illuminated and roomy space, with windows on two sides, features an open fireplace complemented by a marble insert and hearth.

Garden Room w: 3.35m x l: 4.88m (w: 11' x l: 16' )
Featuring an oak frame and a pitched roof, this space boasts two Velux windows, travertine flooring, and two radiators. The room offers captivating views over the garden and the surrounding landscape.

Dining Room w: 3.38m x l: 3.56m (w: 11' 1" x l: 11' 8")
Open from the kitchen and having full width bifold doors into;

Cloakroom
Obscure wooden frame double glazed window to side. Low level W.C., wash hand basin.
Towell radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room w: 3.58m x l: 8.84m (w: 11' 9" x l: 29' )
A double-glazed wooden frame window at the rear offers picturesque views of the garden and paddock and stretching to the countryside beyond. The kitchen is equipped with a comprehensive array of coordinating wall, base, and dresser units. It features integrated appliances such as a dishwasher and a gas range cooker, as well as ample space for an American fridge freezer. There is a central island in the kitchen, and a door on the side of the property provides access to the front, rear, garage, utility area, and office.

Study w: 2.59m x l: 3.58m (w: 8' 6" x l: 11' 9")
Double glazed wooden frame window to front.
Radiator.

First Floor
A galleried landing, access to loft space and doors leading to:

Principal Bedroom w: 3.58m x l: 7.14m (w: 11' 9" x l: 23' 5")
Double-glazed wooden-framed windows at the rear provide a charming view of the garden and expansive countryside beyond. There is also a door that opens onto the balcony.

Shower Room
Obscure wooden frame double glazed window to side. Corner shower cubicle, low level W.C., vanity sink unit. Towel radiator.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.4m x l: 3.58m (w: 11' 2" x l: 11' 9")
Double-glazed wooden-framed window to the rear overlooking the garden and views beyond. Fitted double wardrobes. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 w: 2.97m x l: 3.58m (w: 9' 9" x l: 11' 9")
Double-glazed wooden-framed window to the front. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 w: 2.31m x l: 3.58m (w: 7' 7" x l: 11' 9")
Double-glazed wooden-framed window to the front, fitted wardrobe. Radiator.

Family Bathroom
Obscure wooden frame double glazed window to rear. Corner bath, with shower attachment, low level W.C., wash hand basin. Fully tiled, vinyl flooring.

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

Local Authority
Herefordshire Council 01432 260000.
Council Tax Band 'G'

Tenure
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is freehold.

Directions:
From the centre of Ross On Wye proceed south up Copse Cross street, at the top of the hill at The Prince of Wales Inn bear right down Archenfield Rd, towards the bottom of the hill turn right into Redhill Rd, proceed to the end of the road and bear left into Castle Meadow where the property will be found on the left hand side.

Outside
Access the property by way of a private road, leading to a tarmac driveway that offers ample parking and a turning area suitable for multiple vehicles. The front garden is generously sized, featuring a well-maintained lawn and adorned with mature shrubs, as well as specimen trees.

To the rear garden, there's a west-facing patio area that offers delightful vistas of the surrounding countryside. The garden features expansive lawns adorned with a variety of trees, shrubs, ornamental trees, and herbaceous borders, along with raised beds. Beyond the gateway, the garden extends, hosting a diverse collection of fruit trees. Accessible via a separate vehicular entrance, the path curves from the side of number 1 to the rear of the property.

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