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The Chasedales, Ross-On-Wye

  • Ref: 1000_RS0647
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

A large three bedroom terraced house in the popular over 55's development of The Chasedales available with no onward chain.
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Property Features

  • Exclusively For Over 55's
  • Garden and Patio
  • Gated Entrance
  • No Onward Chain
  • Underfloor Heating To Ground Floor
  • Assigned Parking Spaces
  • Potential Downstairs Bedroom
  • Wet Room
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Full Details

Nestled within a coveted over 55's development, The Chasedales presents an enticing opportunity for those seeking comfort and convenience. Its prime location in close proximity to the town center ensures easy access to essential amenities, enhancing everyday living.

Upon stepping through the front door, one is greeted by a luminous and expansive entrance hall, setting a welcoming tone. To the right, a versatile first reception room offers flexibility, adaptable for use as an office, study, or even an additional bedroom. Adjacent to this is a thoughtfully included downstairs wet room, complete with toilet and sink-a practical addition catering to individuals with mobility constraints.

At the rear of the property, the open plan living room seamlessly integrates with the enclosed kitchen, fostering a sociable atmosphere for gatherings and daily activities. The kitchen is equipped with a suite of integrated appliances, including a fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, double oven, hob, and extractor fan, ensuring convenience in culinary endeavors. Notably, the living area opens onto a private rear patio through impressive bi-folding doors, inviting residents to bask in the sun and relish moments of tranquility in their own outdoor oasis.

Ascending to the upper floor reveals two generously proportioned double bedrooms, each adorned with built-in wardrobes, cleverly maximizing space and minimizing clutter. One of the bedrooms enjoys the added luxury of an ensuite shower room, complete with toilet, sink, and double tray shower-an indulgent retreat offering privacy and comfort. A generously sized third bedroom further enhances the accommodation options, while a well-appointed family bathroom serves the remaining bedrooms, featuring a toilet, sink, and bath with overhead shower.

Beyond the confines of the residence, residents have access to outdoor amenities that foster community and leisure. A communal lawned garden beckons for relaxation and socializing, complemented by a summerhouse available for residents' enjoyment. The property also offers practicality and peace of mind with two assigned parking spaces and additional visitor spaces, all secured behind electric gates that ensure privacy and security.

In summary, The Chasedales epitomizes refined living tailored to the discerning needs of over 55's. With its blend of modern comforts, thoughtful design, and communal spaces, it offers a harmonious balance of convenience, comfort, and community living.

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.

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: D (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Kitchen w: 2.44m x l: 2.13m (w: 8' x l: 7' )
Tiled flooring with spotlights. Double oven, integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Hob and extractor fan.

Living Room w: 5.49m x l: 5.79m (w: 18' x l: 19' )
Carpet flooring with bi-folding doors out to rear patio. Storage cupboard under the stairs.

Wet Room w: 2.44m x l: 1.83m (w: 8' x l: 6' )
Tiled floor and walls with spotlights above. Fitted toilet, sink and towel rail.

Study w: 3.66m x l: 2.74m (w: 12' x l: 9' )
Pendant light and carpeted floor. UPVC window to the front.

Bedroom 1
Pendant light with carpeted flooring. Fitted radiator and built in wardrobe.

En-Suite Shower Room w: 2.44m x l: 1.52m (w: 8' x l: 5' )
Tiled floors with half tiled walls. Toilet, sink, towel rail and double tray shower.

Bedroom 2
Pendant light with carpeted flooring. Fitted radiator and built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 3 w: 2.13m x l: 2.74m (w: 7' x l: 9' )
Pendant light with carpeted flooring and fitted radiator.

Tiled flooring and part tiled wall. Toilet, sink towel rail and bath with overhead shower.

Patio garden with border flower beds.

Two assigned parking spaces with visitor parking accessed behind electric gates.

Electric Supply
Mains electric

Water Supply
Mains water

Mains sewerage (please verify with your solicitor)

Gas central heating with radiators upstairs and underfloor heating on the ground floor.

Ultrafast broadband available.
Please verify via Ofcom

Network Signal
EE and Three likely. O2 and Vodafone limited.

Communal garden to the front with access to a summer house and bicycle store.

Agents Note
There is a service charge of £1000pa for the upkeep of the communal areas.

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