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Moor Court, Bridstow, Ross-on-Wye

£500,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 1000_RS0636
  • Type: Apartment
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Nestled on the outskirts of Bridstow village, approximately 2 miles from the heart of Ross-on-Wye, this charming Grade II listed detached property boasts four bedrooms and exudes immense character.
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Property Features

  • Quiet Country Lane
  • Easy Access to Motorway Links
  • Spacious Grade II Listed detached barn conversion
  • Gardens, Parking, Outbuildings
  • Four bedrooms, Family bathroom
  • Beautiful views over Open countryside
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Full Details

Significantly enhanced and modified during the 1980s, this Grade II Listed former farmhouse has since benefited from additional upgrades carried out by the current owner, imbuing it with immense character. Set amidst gardens that offer picturesque views of the surrounding countryside, this four-bedroom detached property offers historic charm with modern comfort. Believed to have origins tracing back to the early 1700s, this charming property features a blend of timber and stone construction beneath an attractive pantile roof.

The village of Bridstow offers a Primary School, Village Hall and Parish Church, a well-regarded comprehensive school is in the nearby town of Ross. Well known as 'the gateway to the Wye Valley', the town has an excellent range of shopping, sporting and cultural amenities, with 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.
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Council Tax Band: D (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Entered Via
Flagstone steps and sloping pathway leading up to a timber look double glazed front entrance door.
Leading into:

Kitchen w: 4.34m x l: 5.41m (w: 14' 3" x l: 17' 9")
Light Oak timber look effect windows to front and rear aspects with deep display niches. Light Oak timber look door to front patio. Range of matching wall and base units, recessed ceiling spotlights. Single bowl drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Bosch double oven and grill with Bosch hob and extractor over. Ceiling beams, ceramic tiled flooring and tiled splashbacks. Oil fired Rayburn.

Inner Hall


Bathroom
Obscured double glazed window to rear. white suite comprising panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C., Part tiled walls. Exposed wall timbers.

Steps Up to


Dining Hall w: 4.34m x l: 4.39m (w: 14' 3" x l: 14' 5")
Also accessible from outside a short flight of stairs ascends to the dining hall, boasting a grand stone inglenook fireplace and rustic exposed beams, dual staircases guiding the way to the upper bedrooms.
Door to;

Lounge w: 4.34m x l: 4.39m (w: 14' 3" x l: 14' 5")
Maintaining its characterful ambiance, this space features a Light Oak timber look wood window overlooking the front, the continuity of engineered Oak flooring from the dining hall, exposed timber wall and ceiling beams complemented by a stone fireplace with a raised flagstone hearth and recessed fire.

Utility
A Light Oak timber look window to the rear and door to the side. Belfast sink accompanied by a selection of Shaker style base and wall units with beech worktop over. Plumbing for a washing machine and space for a timber dryer or freezer. Exposed ceiling beams.



Staircase 1


Bedroom 1 w: 4.34m x l: 4.39m (w: 14' 3" x l: 14' 5")
Having some restricted head room with exposed ceiling timbers. Light Oak timber look window to side aspect with views over farmland. Access to insulated loft space. Radiator.

Bedroom 2
Light Oak timber look window to rear. Exposed chimney features with Victorian style fireplace. Exposed beams and wall timbers. Radiator.

Staircase 2


Bedroom 3
Light Oak timber look window to rear. Exposed timbers, raised storage area with access to loft space. Radiator.

Bedroom 4
Light Oak timber look window to side and rear. Radiator. Cupboard housing LPG central heating system.

Outside
To the front a five-bar vehicular and pedestrian gate welcomes you onto the driveway which provides ample parking, side access leads to the rear seating area and a spacious garden, enclosed by fencing along the boundary. To the front there is ample parking. Views to open farmland front and rear.


Storage/Workshop w: 3.05m x l: 3.2m (w: 10' x l: 10' 6")
Stone and/or brick construction with part weather boarded elevations under a mono pitched pantiled roof. Power and light.

Garage/Storage w: 3.4m x l: 5.41m (w: 11' 2" x l: 17' 9")
Stone and/or brick construction with part weather boarded elevations under a mono pitched pantiled roof. Power and light.

Agents Note
The Grade II listed Granary building immediately to the south west of Moor Court forms part of the barn conversion to the west of Moor Court and is in separate ownership. It can only be used for domestic storage and not for residential living accommodation.

There is a remaining agricultural right of access across the driveway to Moor Court to the adjacent barn and farmland which is used infrequently

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

Tenure
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is FREEHOLD. Any interested parties should ensure verification by their solicitor.

Broadband
Ultrafast Broadband available

We recommend you check the network coverage

Network Signal
EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone

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Floorplan
The floor plans within this brochure are a sketch for illustrative purposes and are intended as an approximate guide only. They should not be relied on as being accurate, to scale or as a representation of fact.

Directions:
Proceed out of town towards Wilton and continue straight over onto the A49 towards Hereford. Take the second right signposted Hoarwithy. Take the first left and after approximately 200 yards passing the large Horse Chestnut tree. the property will be found on the right hand side after approximately 100 yards.

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