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Granary Cottage, Goodrich, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 6HL

  • Ref: 1000_RS0233
  • Type: Apartment
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Delightful Three Bedroom, Three Storey Cottage. Tastefully Refurbished, Full of Charm and Character. Located in the idylic village of Goodrich, Herefordshire.
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Property Features

  • Chain Free
  • Character Cottage
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • En-suite Cloakroom
  • Re-fitted Kitchen
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Wood Burning stove
  • Period Features
  • Superfast Fibre Broadband
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Full Details

This charming stone cottage is set in the heart of the sought-after village of Goodrich and is a must see for anyone aspiring for the country life. Within easy distance to the market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, with the larger cities of Gloucester or Cheltenham, Cardiff, Bristol, and Birmingham less than an hour away. The Cottage has a wealth of character features throughout, the welcoming wood burning stove in the lounge greats you as you arrive, a newly re-fitted kitchen/dining room and a luxury bathroom are to the ground floor, with three bedrooms and an additional cloakroom on the first and second floor. An ideal bolt hole for those wishing to escape the humdrum of city living.

The thriving village of Goodrich is set in the Wye Valley bordering the Royal Forest of Dean and has much to offer including an excellent Primary School, tennis and cricket clubs, The Hostelrie Public House (a 19th-century Gothic-style building) offering superb dining, St Giles Church, active village hall and medieval Goodrich Castle. For those who enjoy the great outdoors there is easy access to the River Wye, Symonds Yat and Coppett Hill providing opportunity to enjoy the miles of beautiful local walks, river pursuits and climbing opportunities.
Situated equidistance of the market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth both offering a wide range of shopping and leisure activities. The nearby A40 gives excellent commuting links to the Midlands, M50, M5 and South Wales. The centres of Hereford, Gloucester, and Cheltenham all within easy commuting distance.

Tenure: Freehold

Canopied Front Entrance Porch
with Stable door to:

Sitting Room w: 3.66m x l: 4.27m (w: 12' x l: 14' )
A most welcoming room with exposed beam to ceiling, the inviting wood burner with it's stone surround. Exposed stone walling with inset lintels. There is a double glazed bay window to the front of the property, radiator and open staircase to the first floor landing. Steps and a cottage style door takes you through to the rear dining area.

Dining Area w: 3.05m x l: 10.6m (w: 10' x l: 34' 9")
The valted celing creates more space here (with insest spotlights), floor is a contemporary grey ceramic tile, Double glazed French doors lead out to the rear, making this room very light. Open window with concealed spotlighting to kitchen, another cottage style door with access to the lobby and beautiful exposed stone wall.

Kitchen w: 6.6m x l: 12.6m (w: 21' 8" x l: 41' 4")
Well thought out Shaker style units and wooden worktops, including inset belfast sink/wine storage racks/integrated dishwasher. Very stylish yet in keeping with the property. Double glazed window to the rear. Grey ceramic floor tiles continuing through from the dining and loby areas.

Rear Hall
Housing the built in airing cupboard and hot water cylinder with storage under. Plumbing for washing machine. Inset spotlighting.

W.C., with concealed cistern, inset vanity wash hand basin; bath with shower over; All with grey ceramic tiles for splash-back; towel radiator and matching tiled flooring. Spotlights to ceiling.

First Floor Landing
Cottage style door giving access to:

Bedroom 2 w: 10.7m x l: 11.5m (w: 35' 1" x l: 37' 9")
Good size room with double glazed window to front aspect with beautiful distant views. Over stairs wardrobe cupboard; character beam to ceiling adding to the room's charm; radiator; spotlights to ceiling.

Stairs Lead To

Second Floor
Cottage style doors to master bedroom and bedroom three

Master Bedroom w: 11m x l: 12m (w: 36' 1" x l: 39' 4")
Velux window to front, radiator and window to side overlooking the village, exposed beams adds to the room's charm. door through to

With Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin; velux window to rear.

Bedroom 3 w: 7.6m x l: 9m (w: 24' 11" x l: 29' 6")
Vaulted beamed ceiling with spotlights; velux window to the front, windows to rear, radiator.

There is a small garden area to the front of the property, with boundary walling/gate and pathway which leads to the front door. To the rear there is an access pathway which leads onto Castle Lane.

Mains electricity, water & drainage are connected to the home. Broadband is available in the area.

From Ross-on-Wye A40towards Monmouth, pass through Pencraig and turn left just after the old gate house - signposted for Goodrich. Continue to the village, pass the "Ye Hostelrie Inn" then turn left where you will find the property shortly along on the left hand side, just after the turning to Goodrich Castle.

Things To Do In And Around The Village
Coppett Hill Common - Local Nature Reserve
Herefordshire Wildlife Site at Pool Ellocks Orchard
Pubs - The Hostelrie, The Cross Keys and The Inn on the Wye
Hen and Dot Cafe at Flansford Priory
Goodrich Castle
Village Hall - Flicks in the Sticks, Table tennis, Pilates/yoga, Open mic night, Fish and Chip van
Tennis and Cricket Clubs
Primary School
Moors Meadow and Play Area
Bus Service to Ross and Monmouth, school bus to John Kyrle High School
Wye Valley Walk
Locally wild swimming, kayak and canoe hire - canoe launch at Bishopswood village Hall
Forest of Dean nearby
Nearest shops - Woods of Whitchurch, Colts Garage at Bishopswood (also a post office)
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