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Linen Cottage, Bill Mills, Pontshill, Ross-on-Wye

  • Ref: 1000_RS0292
  • Type: Apartment
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

A character residence, set in an Historic Mill conversion in the lovely rural hamlet of Bill Mills, surrounded by farmland and woodland. Having three bedrooms, gardens and parking. BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED Viewing Highly Recommended
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Property Features

  • Countryside Living
  • Lovely Garden with Views
  • No Onward Chain
  • Parking
  • Period Features
  • Study
  • Wood Burning stove
  • Westerly Facing Garden
This property is not currently available. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market.
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Full Details

A perfectly charming three Bedroom mid-terraced Period Cottage, set in this Historic Mill Conversion in the Herefordshire Hamlet of Bill Mills, approximately three miles East of The Market Town of Ross-on-Wye. Linen Cottage has been lovingly improved by the present owners giving it a light and flowing character, contemporary design features coupled with a fantastic use of space over three floors to create a wonderful home.
The accommodation comprises to the ground floor, Lounge, Bedroom and Family Bathroom. The solid wooden staircase takes us to the top floor where the master Bedroom with en-suite shower room is located.
A spiral staircase takes you down to the wonderful kitchen/dining room having double doors leading out to the delightful private patio and garden. A further bedroom/snug and cloak room can be found on this level.

Located close to the rural hamlet of Hope Mansell, Bill Mills has a history dating back to the 1300's. Linen Cottage forms part of a re-development of a former mill. The property has been finished to an extremely high standard. Hope Mansell lies approximately four miles south of the market town of Ross-on-Wye, well known as 'The Gateway to The Wye Valley' and offers an excellent range of shopping, sporting, and social activities, along with well-regarded primary schools and John Kyrle High School. 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.

Approached Via
Metal staircase up to the solid wood front door into;

Lounge w: 3.6m x l: 4.5m (w: 11' 10" x l: 14' 9")
A most welcoming room having solid wooden flooring, feature fireplace with wood burning stove, arched window overlooking the Millpond, landing area with window overlooking the garden and woodland views, solid wooden staircase leading to the Master Bedroom with en-suite shower room, spiral staircase down to the kitchen/dining room, third bedroom/study and the cloakroom.
Doors to;

Bedroom 2 w: 3.2m x l: 3.3m (w: 10' 6" x l: 10' 10")
Window to rear overlooking the garden and woodland views.

Fully tiled separate shower cubicle and modern suite comprising panel bath with mosaic tiled splash backs with mixer tap and shower attachment. Low level W.C, vanity wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Vinyl flooring.

Solid Wooden Staircase
Leading to;

Master Bedroom w: 4.3m x l: 4.9m (w: 14' 1" x l: 16' 1")
With feature beams, Velux windows to front and rear taking in the views, dressing area and wardrobe space in the eaves.
Door to;

En-Suite Shower Room
Low level W.C., wash hand basin, large walk-in fully tiled shower, Vinyl flooring.

Spiral Staircase
Down To;

Kitchen/Breakfast Room w: 5.9m x l: 6.1m (w: 19' 4" x l: 20' )
This lovely open plan kitchen/dining room is a beautifully light and spacious room perfect for entertaining, having a range of wall and base units with corner carousel, space for dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer, builtin eye level double oven and grill, induction hob with extractor over, Belfast sink, tiled underfloor heating, double wooden doors to rear patio and garden.
Doors to;

Bedroom 3/Study w: 3m x l: 3.6m (w: 9' 10" x l: 11' 10")
Currently used as a study with window to front.

Low level W.C. wash hand basin, tiled underfloor heating.

This private level garden flanked by stone walls and fencing is well stocked with an abundance of mature plants and shrubs, with level lawn, vegetable patch with raised beds, garden shed and delightful patio area. Access to the Parking area and oil tank.
There is a communal green area to the rear with the fabulous Mill Pond to the front.

From our Offices in Ross-on-Wye leave via the A40 Gloucester Road, passing through Weston-under-Penyard towards Ryeford. At Ryeford turn right as signposted Pontshill and Hope Mansell. Continue along this lane passing Parkfields Hotel and around a sharp left hand bend to find Bill Mills as a collection of cottages before you. Just past the Mill pond you will find Linen Cottage as notated by our For Sale Board.

We are advised FREEHOLD to be verified through your solicitor.

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property.
Shared private sewerage system.
Oil fired central heating system, with underfloor and radiators.
Council Tax Band 'D'

Agents Note
The property has previously flooded please contact agent for further details.
The Lead photo shows the rear of the property.
The development is of listed status.
There is a community charge of £75 per calendar month for maintenance and upkeep of the communal areas and facilities.

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