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New Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire

  • Ref: 1000_RS0232
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Offered with no onward chain.
A unique Grade II listed Town House dating back to circa 1860 situated in the heart of the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye, with character features throughout, rear courtyard and cellar.
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Property Features

  • Sash Windows
  • Town Location
  • Chain Free
  • Period Town House
  • Elm Floorboards
  • Newly Fitted Kitchen
  • Courtyard Garden
  • Cellar
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Full Details

A much sought-after period property in the beautiful market town of Ross-on-Wye. This delightful Grade ll listed town house has been much improved by the current owners. Many original features are still in place and this delightful property is full of the charm and character one would expect from a period home.

The well-proportioned and beautifully presented accommodation is arranged over four floors. Enter the property into the wide entrance hall with staircase to the first floor and doors leading off to the cellar, kitchen, utility, shower room and dining room. Original Elm floorboards, sash windows and wooden doors are a few of the many original features throughout. To the second floor is a double bedroom and a splendid sitting room with open fire and bay window. Stairs lead to the third floor having two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The interior is complemented by having a low maintenance courtyard garden to the rear of the property accessed from the hall, which benefits from lovely morning to mid-afternoon sun.

Ross-on-Wye 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

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

Radiator, coat hooks, Elm floorboards.
Door into:

Entrance Hall
Stairs leading to the first floor, doors to cellar, snug/dining room, and kitchen. Elm floorboards.
Door to rear Courtyard Garden.

Stairs lead down from the main hallway, electric, storage.

Dining Room/Snug w: 4.06m x l: 4.42m (w: 13' 4" x l: 14' 6")
Sash bay window to the front, period fire surround with open fire, recessed book shelves to either side of the fires place, two radiatos, elm floorboards, double doors opening into the kitchen.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Window to the rear with window seat overlooking the courtyard garden, newly fitted solid oak wall and base units, range of integrated appliances, chimney recess fitted Smeg oven and grill, induction hob, pantry cupboard, radiator, elm flooring. Double doors into dining room/snug and door leading off with steps down to:

Utility Area
Extra storage, space for under counter fridge, tiled flooring.
Door to.

Shower Room
Newly fitted, walk in double shower, low level W.C., wash hand basin, tiled flooring, window to rear.

First Floor
Landing on approach
Full height leaded light window to the rear.
Doors to sitting room, bedroom one and stairs to the second floor.

Bedroom 1
Sash window to rear, fitted wardrobes to either side of chimney breast, radiator.

Sitting Room
A most beautiful room having sash bay window to front, open fireplace, storage and shelving to the recess either side of the fireplace, radiator.

Stairs To Second Floor Landing

Access to loft.
Doors to.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.2m x l: 4.2m (w: 10' 6" x l: 13' 9")
Sash window to rear with distant country views, radiator.

Bedroom 3 w: 3.5m x l: 4.2m (w: 11' 6" x l: 13' 9")
Sash window to front, radiator.

Low maintenance courtyard garden to the rear of the property accessed from the hall, which benefits from lovely morning to mid-afternoon sun.

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

Local Authority
Council Tax Band 'C'
Herefordshire County Council

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