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Purland, Ross-on-Wye

  • Ref: 1000_RS0579
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

A Smartly Presented Three Bedroom Extended terrace, Conveniently Located on the Outskirts of Town.
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Property Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Bus Route
  • Edge of Town Location
  • Extended
  • Garden
  • Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing
  • Ideal First Time Buy/Investment Opportunity
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Woodland Walks Nearby
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Full Details

Situated on the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye, this well-maintained three-bedroom property is smartly presented with the ground floor featuring a lounge, kitchen, utility room with a W.C., and a conservatory. An extension adds versatility with a dining room, currently serving as a fourth bedroom, seamlessly blending into a living area. To the first floor, three generously proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom. The property is approached from the front with an area of lawn and path to the front door. There is also external storage. The rear garden is laid to lawn with a raised deck and storage sheds.

Ross-on-Wye is a charming market town situated near the Welsh border, nestled along the banks of the River Wye just north of the Forest of Dean. The town boasts a range of attractions, including historic landmarks such as Wilton Castle, Goodrich Castle, and Eastnor Castle. In addition to these cultural gems, Ross features a collection of galleries and independent craft shops, alongside larger brand stores for diverse shopping experiences.

For those seeking recreational activities, the local Halo leisure centre offers a comprehensive package with a gym, classes, sauna, steam room, and a swimming pool. Sports enthusiasts can join the Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, Football, Golf, and Rowing clubs, while nature lovers can explore the nearby Forest of Dean, which provides an abundance of walking trails, cycling routes, and horse riding trails. Symonds Yat, Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, and The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail are also notable attractions in the surrounding area.

Ross-on-Wye provides a diverse dining scene, with options ranging from traditional pubs like The Hope and Anchor, Man of Ross, and the idyllic Loughpool, to Indian, Chinese, and Fish & Chip establishments. The terrace of The Royal Hotel is particularly recommended for its scenic views.

In terms of education, Ross boasts several well-regarded primary schools, including Ashfield Park, St Josephs, Brampton Abbots, and Bridstow. John Kyrle High School serves as the primary secondary school in the region.
Geographically, Ross-on-Wye is strategically located, making it a popular choice for residents due to its easy commuting links. The town provides convenient access north to Hereford, south to Monmouth and South Wales, and east to Gloucester and Cheltenham. The M50 facilitates further travel on the M5, enabling journeys both north and south.

In summary, Ross-on-Wye stands out as a picturesque and vibrant town, offering a blend of cultural, recreational, and educational amenities, coupled with excellent commuting options for residents

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

Entrance Hall
Having two storage cupboards. Radiator.
Doors to:

Utility/W.C w: 1.98m x l: 2.49m (w: 6' 6" x l: 8' 2")

Lounge w: 3.43m x l: 4.52m (w: 11' 3" x l: 14' 10")
Double glazed window to front. Radiator, laminate flooring.

Double glazed window to rear, open to the Conservatory. Fitted with a range of wall and base units, electric oven and grill with gas hob and extractor over. Space for free standing fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Radiator, laminate flooring.

Dining Room w: 2.46m x l: 2.62m (w: 8' 1" x l: 8' 7")
Currently used as a fourth bedroom, and opening into the living room with patio doors opening onto the garden.
(Living area)

Stairs To First Floor Landing
Access to part boarded loft. Airing cupboard.

Bedroom 1 w: 2.95m x l: 3.51m (w: 9' 8" x l: 11' 6")
Double glazed window to front. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.43m x l: 3.73m (w: 11' 3" x l: 12' 3")
Double glazed window to front. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 w: 3.25m x l: 3.43m (w: 10' 8" x l: 11' 3")
Double glazed window to rear. Radiator.

Double glazed obscure window to rear. Fitted with a panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator.

Conservatory w: 2.54m x l: 2.59m (w: 8' 4" x l: 8' 6")
Upvc Double Glazed with patio doors to the garden.

Network Signal
EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone
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Ultrafast Broadband available
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Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.

From our office in Gloucester Road, proceed to the Market Square and turn left onto Copse Cross Street. Continue onto the Walford Road, passing the Prince of Wales public house on the right hand side and further on to pass the entrance to Roman Way again on your right hand side. The entrance to Purland will be found as the next right hand turn, the property will be found on the right hand side to the far end.

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