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7 Bedroom House For Sale
7 bedroom house for sale 18 1250000Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Ross On Wyerightmove

Tenure: Freehold


Trebandy House occupies a peaceful location at the termination of a half mile tarmacadam approach lane some 8 miles south west of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye and some 7 miles north east of the historic town of Monmouth. Despite this tranquil location, one is within literally minutes’ drive of the A40 dual carriageway which runs between these two towns, and from the A40 one has first class access to the whole of the motorway network.

Listing and History
Trebandy House comprises a Listed Grade II Country House which is believed to date back to the early 17th Century with 19th Century additions and alterations. The house is of primarily sandstone construction, rendered and white painted under a double pitched and hipped, Welsh slate roof. The principal elevation is to the sunny south, whilst the oldest section faces west, and has a delightful outlook across the full width flagstone sun terrace then downwards and across the meandering River Garron.

The House displays many appealing architectural features including shuttered sash windows, fireplaces, ceiling roses, picture rails and stone mullioned windows. Certain rooms have exposed ceiling beams, and in the snug there is some fine wooden panelling.

A generous 12’ enclosed porch opens into the 20’ reception Hall from which rises the elegant cantilevered staircase. From here, one has access to the three principal reception rooms, the 19’ drawing room with fireplace having open aspects to both east and south elevations. There is an 18’ farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with extensive domestic offices adjacent. The first floor comprises four bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en-suite) whilst the second floor offers 21’ hobbies room/study, with two bedrooms and bathroom off. The Lower Ground Floor, which may be accessed from the main reception hall or alternatively from the flagstone sun terrace to the west, includes a reception Hall, two further rooms currently used as offices, whilst adjacent is a bathroom and W.C. and store room.

The accommodation in total extends to over 5000sq.ft.

Garden, Grounds & Outbuildings
The final approach to the house is across a cattle grid which extends between two substantial stone pillars, the 12’ gate opening onto a gravel drive which extends for some 300’ down towards the house, having magnificent mature trees and lawn to the south of the drive. This approach creates a wonderful parkland feel, the drive terminating in a large gravelled courtyard area to the east of the house, adjacent to which is the Four-Bay Carport/Garage Area. To the south of the domestic garden a large area of pasture slopes gently down towards the River Garron, whilst to the west of the flagstone sun terrace, a series of steps and terraces lead down to the area of shrubs and trees adjacent the river.

Former Coach House
Immediately after entering the grounds, there is a Stone Built Former Coach House on the right, planning permission having been formerly granted for the conversion of same into a dwelling. Although this permission has now expired, it is anticipated that such a consent is likely to be granted in the future if required (Herefordshire Council ). Plans for same are available for inspection at the agents office if required .

Immediately adjacent to the former Coach House is a 60’ x 30’ vegetable section, comprising several raised beds with attractive brick paving surrounding the raised growing areas. To the southern extent of this area is the exceptional 19’ greenhouse, constructed on a most attractive brick base over which is the dark green, powder coated, aluminium, period style greenhouse. This has internal heating, screening roller blinds, openable roof lights and two cold water taps, in addition to the further taps around the veg section.

Tennis Court
Lying to the south of the approach drive is the Tennis Court which is principally surrounded by tall, dark green fencing, overall max. dimensions of same being approx. 120’ x 60’.

South Facing Vineyard
The gently sloping vineyard has three rows of vines, each approximately 120’ long and being exclusively white grapes, species including xx and xx. Adjacent to the vineyard is a former chicken run, now overgrown.

Poplar Plantation
Extending southwards from the vineyard is the Poplar Plantation which extends down to the banks of the River Garron. Overall size of the plantation approx. 450’ x 210’.

Gentle Sloping Paddock
Hedging and a stone wall delineate the front lawn of the house from the paddock and pastureland which extends from the domestic garden down towards the River Garron. The principal south facing rooms of the house thus look across the front garden and this lovely, south facing paddock.

Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.

OUTGOINGS: ‘G’ Council Tax Band

To View
Strictly please and only by prior telephone appointment with Morris Bricknell Estate Agents on . The person dealing with the sale of this house is Norman Bricknell who may be contacted out of hours on .

From either Ross-on-Wye or Monmouth, take the A40 dual carriageway towards Whitchurch. Leave Whitchurch on the A4137 road towards St Owens Cross and Hereford. After approx. 1 mile, take the left turn when one sees the sign for Trebandy on your left. Proceed down this tarmac, single track approach lane, ignoring all turnings to the right. After half a mile, you will come to a cattle grid and five bar wooden gate. Open the gate and you have arrived at Trebandy House.

Money Laundering Regulations
To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

3 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale
3 bedroom bungalow for sale 12 175000Parrys, Monmouthrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

An excellent opportunity to purchase a building plot, with out line planning permission for a three bedroom bungalow with detached garage. Situated on the edge of the popular village location of Llangrove, the plot benefits from far reaching views over Herefordshire.

The active village of Llangrove is situated between Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye in a pretty area on the Herefordshire and Monmouthshire border. There is a Church, Primary School, Village Hall and Pub serving food. With the neighbouring village of Whitchurch benefitting from a Shop and Tea Rooms. Also providing dual carriageway access for convenience. Secondary Schooling and further Shopping facilities are available in Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye.

We are advised that it will be the responsibility of the buyer to connect to mains water and electricity. Drainage would be private. No mains gas available.


Agents Notes 
Herefordshire Council Planning application number 191534. Date of application, 15th May 2019. Further details available online on: Herefordshire Council Planning or through the selling agents office in Monmouth. All information to be verified by purchasers solicitor.

Fixtures and Fittings 
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.

All measurements are approximate and quoted in imperial with metric equivalents and are for general guidance only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure to accuracy, these sales particulars must not be relied upon. Please note Parrys have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and, therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Contact the numbers listed on the brochure.

4 Bedroom Character Property For Sale
4 bedroom character property for sale 18 650000Roscoe Rogers & Knight, Monmouthrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Idyllic 4-bedroom cottage set in a secluded, tranquil location enjoying panoramic views over Herefordshire countryside and the Welsh hills. Grounds of two thirds of an acre with established landscaped gardens beautifully maintained with interspaced trees and plants and wildlife pond. Range of impressive timber outbuildings including workshop, double carport with parking and driveway.

Originally stone built with painted rendered exterior with inset wooden double-glazed windows beneath a slate roof. Internal moulded panelled doors and joinery. Feature fireplaces with multi-fuel stoves and Aga all providing domestic hot water and central heating.

Front entrance Porch approached via part glazed wood panelled doors. Slate tiled floor. Glazed panelled stable door into:

Window to front. Wooden staircase to first floor with painted turned spindles and matching handrail. Doors to following;

DRAWING ROOM: 6.09m x 4.35m
Window to front. Feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove with back boiler. Glazed double doors through into:

'L' SHAPED CONSERVATORY/GARDEN ROOM: 6.46m x 2.95m plus 5.96m reducing to 3m x 2.22m
Being L- shaped. Windows overlooking garden and French doors leading out to the sun terrace. Ceramic tiled floor. Wide opening through into:

DINING ROOM: 4.11m x 3.93m
Window to side. Exposed stone fireplace with recessed Dena Multi-fuel stove set on a raised flagstone hearth, also with back boiler providing hot water. Feature recessed former bread oven with original door. Ceramic tiled floor. Doors into:

CLOAKROOM/PANTRY: 2.81m x 1.79m
Cool room suitable for pantry. Low level wc, pedestal basin with tiled splashback.

KITCHEN: 4.18m x 3.96m
Window to side, internal window to conservatory. Fitted worktops to all four walls with one side having a Frankie stainless steel twin bowl sink unit with drainer, mixer tap and tiled splashback. Inset Bosch four ring gas hob with tiled surround and Ignis extractor hood above. Moulded hardwood painted cupboards and drawers with inset Diplomat dishwasher. Integrated fridge. Further cupboards and drawers including glazed wall mounted display cabinets. Oil fired Aga with double oven and twin hotplates with tiled surround, also providing the hot water.

'L' shaped with matching balustrading with window to front and side. Doors into following:

MASTER BEDROOM: 4.43m x 4.34m
Dual aspect overlooking the front and back garden with outstanding countryside views. Limewashed Oak effect wood flooring.

BEDROOM THREE: 2.98m x 3.06m (extending to 3.82m)
Window to back.

Window to side. White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled surround. Low level wc. Pedestal basin. Airing cupboard with hot water tank. Access to loft space.

BEDROOM FOUR: 3.00m x 2.42m
Window to back.

BEDROOM THREE: 3.05m x 3.89m
Dual aspect. Fitted wardrobe to either side of central recess ideal for dressing table, with overhead linking shelf.

The property is approached via double wooden gates with post and rail fencing along the front boundary. Opening onto a pea gravelled stone driveway with parking area. This follows round to the wooden CAR PORT: 5.43m x 4 .82m (approximately). With adjoining acent Store/single LOOSE BOX. The front garden is well stocked with young rhodedendrons with conifers and hazel trees with a large wildlife pond area.

A gravelled path leads around the side of the property, through the raised rockery kitchen garden with fig tree which leads to the sun terrace and on through to the main garden. Set to the corner is a detached WORKSHOP: 5.06m x 6.14m of timber construction with composite slate roof tiles and a concrete base. Corner section designated to a separate generator room. Window with farmland and countryside views.

The West facing landscaped lawned gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with a number of planted beds and flower borders with numerous shrubs and specimen trees in addition to the fruit trees. There is a substantial timber framed pergola with stone flooring and prolific grapevine covering the overhead area providing a shady dining terrace. Beyond is the feature circular ornamental pond with flagstone surround and an abundance of water lilies and planted rockery surround with hedge screening to side creating a sub divide to the secondary garden lawned garden, having an array of well manicured shrubs and trees, enjoying far reaching views of the Skirrid and Welsh mountains.

Mains water. Private drainage. Electricity supply run from a domestic generator. Central heating and hot water from the multi-fuel stoves with back boiler. Council Tax Band D. EPC rating TBC.

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 26 895000Brightwells, Herefordrightmove

A rare opportunity to purchase a former 16th century mill, exquisitely situated overlooking its mill pond, together with detached garaging, stables, fishing rights, formal gardens and approximately 8 acres of land, ideal for equestrian use.

Situation and Description
Tuck Mill offers the best of both worlds, being privately situated on a small country lane, whilst only a few minutes’ drive from the A40 which provides access to south Wales and the Midlands. Local services are available at the nearby market towns of Monmouth (6 miles) and Ross on Wye (8.5 miles) as well as the cathedral city of Hereford to the north east (30 minutes’ drive). The larger cities of Bristol and Cardiff are also under an hour away. More immediate facilities can be found at Whitchurch (1 mile) which offers a primary school, village hall, church, garage, two public houses and a local shop.

The house itself is constructed of mellow brick and sandstone and offers beautifully appointed accommodation throughout which retains plenty of character. There is plenty of space throughout and the existing owners have created a stunning kitchen/breakfast room, which now forms the main hub of the house, and opens on to the sun terrace. Many of the rooms overlook the mill pond, which is a haven for wildlife and an idyllic spot to while away the time. There are pathways around the gardens and the land is divided into a number of enclosures, and ideal for equestrian or other use, with purpose-built stables and feed store, extensive parking and garaging. The Garren Brook, which feeds into the mill pond, forms part of the boundary and its fishing rights come with Tuck Mill.

On arrival, a front door opens into a very attractive and spacious reception hall with hand-made elm staircase rising to the first and second floors. The hall has an attractive period fireplace, with fitted wood burner, and provides access to the dining room and drawing room, which adjoin each other, and create a wonderful space for entertaining. There are attractive slate tiled floors, a large open fireplace with fitted wood burner in the sitting room, exposed timbering and views over the mill pond and gardens. At the other end of the house, lies a stunning kitchen/breakfast room, which has been designed by the existing owners, with granite working surfaces, and an extensive range of well-planned DeVOL cupboards and drawers, a central work station with marble top, as well as large pantry cupboards and built-in fridge and freezer, dishwasher, space for Range style cooker and much more. Again, there are lovely views over the mill pond, gardens and land and a stable door leads out to a large terrace which makes the most of the property’s water side location. The kitchen is supported by a utility room, which houses the oil-fired central heating boiler, space and plumbing for the washing machine, Belfast sink and fitted cupboards. There is also a cloakroom/toilet and a stable door to outside.

From the reception hall an open tread staircase leads up to a large first floor landing/library room with fitted bookshelves to three walls, a dual aspect and access to the master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, oak flooring, triple aspect with lovely views, fitted wardrobes and cupboards to one wall, exposed timbering, free standing deep fill cast iron bath and door to large en suite shower room. There are two double guest rooms both with en suite facilities and their own character and charm as well some lovely aspects from their windows. A staircase continues to an impressive second floor office or fourth bedroom, which offers plenty of space with vaulted ceiling, roof lights, built-in storage cupboards and door out to a balcony with spiral stairs leading down to the terrace.

Outside, the property is approached from a small lane by its own gated entrance which leads onto a brick driveway which provides extensive parking. This in turn leads to a detached double garage and workshop (24ft 8 x17ft 7) with double doors to front, side door, light and power, and large loft area above. A boarded walkway from the drive leads around to the rear of the house and to the large sun terrace, which is perfect for al fresco dining on summer evenings. The terrace enjoys the backdrop of the mill race and pond and the current owners have regular sightings of kingfishers, ducks, otters, fish and much more.

Pathways lead to the formal gardens, which are laid to lawn with box hedged borders, interspersed with a variety of shrubs, plants and trees. An hexagonal summer house, with central bbq, offers a peaceful place to relax and a separate vegetable garden includes two greenhouses, an outhouse for garden storage, a soft fruit cage, raised beds and water and power supply.

The land can be accessed from the main drive but also by a separate gated entrance off the road, with bridges providing vehicular access over the Garron Brook. The land extends in total to approximately 8 acres and is divided into a number of enclosures, which in the main have post and rail fencing. These are supported by an excellent timber stable block with two lose boxes (15ft x 13ft) with open fronted feed store at one end with light, water and power. Outbuildings have light and power.

Further features include solar panels of the roof of the garage, which provide an estimated income of between £1,200 and £1,400 per annum.

From Hereford, proceed in a southerly direction on the A49 towards Ross on Wye. After approximately 8 miles, turn right onto the A4137 signposted to Symonds Yat and Monmouth. After a further 4.5 miles, proceed down along hill and at the bottom turn immediately right after crossing a walled bridge. Continue along this small lane and Tuck Mill be found on the right-hand side after approximately one third of a mile.

Services and Considerations
Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired central heating. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band G. EPC D. Tenure freehold. High speed broadband

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 17 835000Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Ross On Wyerightmove

Tenure: Freehold


Impressive Timbered Reception Hall, Outstanding 29' Drawing Room with Fireplace & Separate Wood Burner, 24' Sitting Room with Wood Burner, 17' Living Room, Beautiful 17' Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room & Cloaks & W.C. First Floor Comprises 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom & W.C. & Loft Room. Oil Fired Central Heating (Part Under Floor). Extensive Double Glazing. Fine 58' Stone Barn, 27' Garage, 38' Stable/Workshop Block. Further Outbuildings.
Paddocks & Pasture. Small Stream. Approaching 6 Acres in total.

Lower Daffaluke stands on the outskirts of the dispersed village of Glewstone, some 5 miles West of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye and approx. 9 miles North East of the historic town of Monmouth. The final approach to the property is along a single track country lane, terminating in a 500 yard driveway which curves and rises gently towards the dominant location on which the house stands. The property enjoys beautiful unspoilt views across farmland, yet is within a few minutes drive of fast communications. The principal aspect is to the sunny South East, this outlook embracing outbuildings including the 58’ stone barn and pantile roofed stables. Since acquisition of the property some 20 years ago, the owners have acquired additional land to the North West of the house and outbuildings.

The Farmhouse is Listed Grade II and was for many years the house at the heart of Lower Daffaluke Farm which was last sold at auction in 1999. In the years since first acquiring the property, the current owners have created a beautifully crafted 'Oakwrights' extension to the North East of the dwelling, and the windows in this section enjoy some glorious views over rolling countryside. Extracts from the listing include the following: 'Farmhouse. Probably 16th & 17th Century. Timber frame and sandstone construction with brick chimney stacks. Interior with some three cruck frames complete.'

The Original Farmhouse is principally of stone and half timbered construction under a double pitched, clay tiled roof. There is a wealth of internal timbering, the original cruck frame construction being visible in several of the main rooms. The older part of the structure boasts an outstanding 29’ principal reception room with exquisite stone fireplace to one end and wood burning stove to the other. Beautiful original Oak beams are much in evidence throughout the property. Two further reception rooms, approached via the timbered reception hall are of wonderful proportions and have superb green Oak timbers rising to magnificent apex ceilings. To the opposite end of the house is the most thoughtfully recreated farmhouse kitchen. Created by Chalon, this boasts a four oven Aga, and concealed behind the exquisite wood panelled cupboards are a host of integrated modern appliances.Approached via two separate staircases, the first floor offers five double bedrooms, several of which have fireplaces. Positioned to the South West end of the original dwelling is an appealing bathroom and w.c. which has an outlook across the grounds and towards the recently acquired additional land. Bath/shower rooms in the recent extension have not been fitted, leaving the purchaser a blank canvas for their choice and style of bathroom. In order to service these, an additional sewage system is required to be installed nearby and relevant pipework connected.

The Vehicular Approach to the property is along the Southern boundary, the driveway being flanked by a corridor of young deciduous trees. A wooden, five bar, 10' wide gate opens onto a Tarmacadam Driveway, which to its left hand side has a Grassy Area bounded by a Small Stream which runs along a portion of the Southern boundary. A little way along the tarmac drive one comes to a Single Storey Brick Fronted Garage of overall max. external dimensions 27' x 17'6. The driveway rises gently towards the farmhouse, passing on the left, the Fine, 58' Stone Barn which is constructed on two levels, having previously served also as a granary and has old feed mill equipment. Planning permission has previously been granted for conversion to holiday lets, and we feel it likely that such consent could be granted again if sympathetic in nature.To the right of the driveway is a Stable/Workshop Block of part stone, part brick construction and being of overall max. external dimensions approx. 38' x 16'.Lying to the South of the courtyard in front of the aforementioned block is a Gently Sloping Lawn, fringed by shrubs and young trees, with an old Apple tree to one side.Wide stone steps to the East of the stable block enable access to a further area of grass onto which French Doors open from the sitting room in the recent extension.To the rear of the house is an Extensive Flagstone Sun Terrace of overall max. dimensions approx. 50' x 25'with an Original Stone Well to one side.Wide central steps from the sun terrace lead up to a Rear Grassy Paddock, which also allows access to the land both to the East and the West of the farmhouse. There are Fine Views from the East paddock extending towards Ross-on-Wye and wooded hillsides.In the field behind the aforementioned stone barn, there are several further outbuildings, Principally Former Pigs Cots, together with an Old Lambing Shed. We understand the area of land in total extends to approaching 6 acres.

Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.LOCAL AUTHORITY AND OUTGOINGS:Herefordshire Council, Plough Lane, Hereford, HR4 0LE .

Leave the Western outskirts of Ross at Wilton roundabout (BP Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. Continue through the village of Peterstow, thereafter carefully taking the 90° left turn at the Red Lion Inn. Immediately after turning left at the Red Lion, set your mileometer to zero. Proceed carefully along this country lane for exactly 1 mile, where you will see “The Man of Ross” packing building on your right. Within a matter of yards take the second turning on your right. To confirm you are on the correct lane, you should see a red sign on your left “Slow Down Children & Animals”. Continue carefully on this narrow lane, passing Daffaluke Cottage and Camelot Cottage on your right. With your mileometer reading 1.3 miles (from the Red Lion) the lane turns sharply to the left. At this point, you should see a bee hive type wooden box on your right. Proceed straight ahead, through a metal gate, avoiding the right turn towards Bramley Barn. Continue until you go past a five bar wooden gate onto a tarmac drive. You should now be at the Farmhouse and outbuildings.

By prior telephone appointment Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Stroud House, 30 Gloucester Road, HR9 5LE . The person dealing with this sale is Norman Bricknell.

To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
6 bedroom detached house for sale 23 850000Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Ross On Wyerightmove

Tenure: Freehold


Reception Porch, Exquisite 28' Drawing Room, 19' Dining Room, 22' Family Room, Library, Inner Hall, Study, 18' Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Aga. Larder & Laundry/Utility Room. Galleried Landing, 19' Master Bedroom, Dressing Room, 5 Further Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms. Secondary Staircase. Fine Views.
Circular Gravelled Driveway, Brick Built Double Garage. Pleasing Level Gardens.

Ashe Leigh lies some 2 miles west of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye and thus has first class access to the motorway network, yet occupies a wonderful rural location adjoining farmland, over which it enjoys some beautiful views. The dispersed village of Bridstow offers Primary School, Medieval Church, Village Hall and a thriving community spirit. The adjoining village of Peterstow has an excellent village shop, Post Office and Off Licence and there are a number of interesting Pubs within easy striking distance. There are noted public schools in Monmouth, Hereford and Malvern, whilst in Ross there is the thriving John Kyrle High School.

Ashe Leigh is of attractive rendered and colour washed elevations and stands under a re-laid, double pitched slate roof. Like many larger country houses, Ashe Leigh has been extended at various periods in its history. The oldest part of the property is believed to date back some 200 years, although the most recent extension took place during the inter war years, when the appealing northern section was added, this part of the house containing the exquisite 28' Drawing Room and impressive stairwell with picture window enabling a terrific rural outlook. The central portion of the western elevation has castellations to its upper level with timber weather boarding beneath.

The generous proportions and ceiling heights lend a wonderful elegance to the property and the accommodation is marvellously light, many of the main rooms having glazing to two elevations. Interesting period features include dentil friezes, stained glass Gothic style windows and several feature fireplaces. The 28' Drawing Room is of immense appeal, having a wonderful and heavily beamed ceiling, a fine fireplace, and windows to both east and west elevations. Leading upwards from the south western corner of the room is the wide and beautifully constructed timber staircase, adjacent to which is a huge picture window which enables quite outstanding westerly views across adjacent farmland. There are two further reception rooms, currently Dining and Family Rooms, whilst positioned adjacent to the latter is the small former Library, complete with stained glass Gothic window.The 18' kitchen boasts an oil fired Aga Range as well as ample space for a good size breakfast table. The first floor has a wide galleried landing leading to most of the bedrooms, whilst a secondary staircase also enables direct access to the bedrooms and bathrooms to the southern end of the property. Central heating is derived from an oil fired boiler, and a number of the windows are double glazed.

There is a cellar beneath the property, being of approx. dimensions 12' x 11', with internal access from the inner hall, and with a small external access hatch.

Attractive, double, wrought iron gates open onto a tarmacadam driveway, immediately to the left of which is the flagstone and brick paved sun terrace. This flanks the wooden porch which covers the approach to the extra wide wooden front door. This lovely old door has dentil frieze detail and some leaded light glazing.The tarmacadam drive continues past the northern end of the house to open onto a large gravelled driveway which completely encircles the central landscaped area of lawn to the west of the house, the circular driveway thus facilitating ease of entry and exit.Beyond same is a further area of garden attractively bordered by dwarf box hedging with brick edging beneath. The driveway continues towards the western boundary, enabling access to the double garage/workshop block. This is of overall approx. dimensions 23' x 17' and is of brick construction under a double pitched, composite slate roof. The garage has a wide up and over door to front, windows, shelving and personal door to rear. To the south of the circular driveway is a superb large level area of lawn fringed by shrubs and young trees, species including Beech, Flowering Cherry, Variegated Holly, Bay and many more. Flanking the western side of the house is a superb flagstone sun terrace of approx. dimensions 35' x 15' which is bounded to its western extent by a curving balustraded border.

Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.LOCAL AUTHORITY & OUTGOINGS: Hereford Council, Plough Lane, Hereford, HR4 0LE Telephone: The property is band 'G' council tax.EPC RATING: 'F' (Full EPC Rating available)TO VIEW: Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: . Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on .

Leave the western outskirts of Ross at Wilton roundabout (BP Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. After only 200yards, carefully take the first right turning at Bridstow School. Drive past Bridstow church on the right hand side and continue uphill until one comes to the next road junction. Bear left at this junction and the gates and driveway to Ashe Leigh will be seen directly in front of you. (The principal façade, as shown on the front of our brochure, will not be visible until one drives alongside the house after which you will see the west facing elevation as on the front of the brochure).

To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
6 bedroom detached house for sale 5 1300000Jonathan Bengough, Leominsterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Peterstow Manor is situation in the pretty village of Peterstow, just north of Ross on Wye. The village has a post office and village shop as well as a pub and Norman church. It is exceptionally well located with quick and easy access on to the A40, which links the Midlands and Newport (via the M50) and south Wales (via the M4).
Trains are at Gloucester or Newport with regular trains to London (Paddington). Schools abound in the area and in particular the Haberdashers School for girls and boys at Monmouth.
Peterstow Manor is an elegant Grade II listed house. Significantly extended in brick and stucco in the 18th Century, it was at one time the vicarage. Today it is a lovely family house with large reception rooms, high ceilings, sash windows set within mature grounds dominated by a magnificent cedar.
The drive sweeps down to the house off the lane. The front door, sheltered by a porch, leads into a remarkable long hall which includes a cloakroom and the elegant staircase and various doors off to the all the main reception rooms. The music room is to the left of the front door and opposite tall double glazed doors leading into the drawing room, beyond which is the dining room. Both have high ceilings, ornate fireplaces and bay windows with views over the garden. The former old kitchen is now a gymnasium with a sauna. The new open plan modern kitchen/breakfast room has a large island unit with a marble top and extensive fully fitted floor and wall units. This, combined with the conservatory, is an exceptional area for entertaining. The office also acts as a laundry room.
The cantilevered staircase with ornate balustrading is lit by natural light from the cupola above. Off the wide top landing are the three principle bedrooms each with a bathroom. At the rear of the house are three further bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC.
The gardens are dominated by the grand cedar and the extensive lawns slope gradually having a south easterly aspect. To one side is a tennis court. There is terracing off the kitchen and conservatory for outdoor entertaining and a door within the garden wall provides additional access off the back lane.
Above and beside the house there is a grass paddock which is available separately.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Security System
Fixtures and Fittings
The fitted carpets are included in the sale. Other items such as curtains and light fittings may be available by separate negotiation.
Strictly by appointment through the agents. Bengough Property or Knight Frank
Directions (HR9 6LB)
From Ross on Wye and the Wilton roundabout take the A49 towards Hereford. Before leaving Peterstow village turn right signed St Peter's Church and go down the lane and the entrance to Peterstow Manor is on the right hand side.

2 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
2 bedroom detached house for sale 26 310000Trivett Hicks, Ross On Wyerightmove

An immaculate character barn conversion which offers spacious accommodation benefitting from oil fired underfloor heating, high specification fitted kitchen, double glazing, exposed beams, exposed wooden flooring and oak doors. On the ground floor is a good size kitchen/breakfast room fitted with shaker style units and including integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge and ceramic sink unit as well as a useful pantry. Also on the ground floor is the nicely proportioned lounge with oak wooden flooring and double doors to the front paved area. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one of which benefits from fitted wardrobes, and a family bathroom with separate shower.

Outside are the most glorious gardens which have been planted with 'ease of maintenance' in mind and consisting of paved, gravelled and wooden terrace areas. There is also parking for up to 4 vehicles and a separate area where the oil tank is stored.

Ground Floor - KITCHEN 4.34m (14'3") x 3.42m (11'2") max Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, 1½ bowl sink unit, integrated fridge, dishwasher and washing machine, fitted eye level double oven, four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood over, double glazed window to rear, full height double glazed window to front, tiled floor with under floor heating, telephone point, TV point, power points, ceiling spotlights, heating thermostat, door to storage cupboard containing underfloor heating controls, opening to Inner Hallway, door to airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water tank. Doors to:

PANTRY With worktop space, tiled floor, power points, light.

. - LOUNGE 4.34m (14'3") x 4.24m (13'11") Double glazed window to rear, double glazed window to front, wooden flooring with under floor heating, two telephone points, TV points, heating thermostat, 5A lighting sockets, ceiling light, double glazed double door to front.

First Floor - LANDING Double glazed window to side, double glazed window to rear, wooden floor, power points, light, heating thermostat, exposed beams, doors to:

.. - BEDROOM 1 3.68m (12'1") x 2.85m (9'4") Double glazed window to front, wooden floor with under floor heating, telephone point, TV point, power points, heating thermostat, exposed beams, ceiling light, 5A lighting sockets, double door to fitted double wardrobes, door to external steps.

... - BEDROOM 2 3.40m (11'2") x 2.87m (9'5") Double glazed window to front, wooden floor with under floor heating, telephone point, TV point, power points, light, exposed beams, 5A lighting sockets.

.... - BATHROOM With panelled bath, vanity wash hand basin, shaver point, corner glazed shower enclosure, low-level WC with concealed cistern, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, extractor fan, frosted double glazed window to front, tiled floor, under floor heating with exposed beams and ceiling spotlight(s), access to roof space.

Outside - The property is approached via a drive which leads to the parking area suitable for up to four vehicles. To the side of this drive is an enclosed area where the oil storage tank is sited. A personal gate leads from the drive to the front of the property where there is delightful paved front terrace which extends to the side of the property where there is an old stone staircase. To the rear of the property is the well maintained and thoughtfully designed garden which has been created with ease of maintenance in mind. Paved pathways lead through gravelled gardens, containing a wealth of mature shrubs. To the uppermost section is a wooden decked terrace with pergola over, to the side of which is a further gravelled garden leading to the useful garden shed.

Local Authority & Charges - Herefordshire Council, . Band D, £1,861.81 (2019/20)

N.B. - None of the services or appliances mentioned in this brochure have been tested. We would recommend that prospective purchasers satisfy themselves as to their condition, efficiency and suitability. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Trivett Hicks, or the vendors or lessors. All measurements are approximate. We would strongly advise anyone wishing to view this property to contact us first, particularly if travelling any distance, to confirm availability and to discuss any material facts relating to it which are of importance to them, and we will endeavour to verify such information.

Tenure - Freehold

To View - Strictly by arrangement with the Selling Agents, Trivett Hicks, 53 Broad Street, Ross-on-Wye. Tel: . Jason Hicks, Director, may be contacted outside office hours on .

Independent Financial Planning - We are able to arrange a no obligation introduction to a mortgage advisor who specialises in various areas of financial planning, including mortgages.

Money Laundering Regulations - To comply with money laundering regulations, prospective purchasers will be asked to produce photographic identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your cooperation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

Directions - From Ross on Wye proceed along the A40 towards Monmouth, continuing through the village of Pencraig. Exit the dual carriageway once you have reached the village of Whitchurch and follow the signs for Llangrove, continuing over the road bridge. Continue along the lane and through the village and shortly after passing the Royal Arms public house on the left hand side there will be a turn on the left which leads to the property.

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
7 bedroom detached house for sale 21 11300000Knight Frank - Herefordonthemarket
Peterstow Manor is a classic Grade II listed English Country house, substantially extended during the 18th Century. Brick and stucco in its construction, it stands in mature grounds with a tennis court, dominated by a magnificent, centuries old Cedar tree.

A 4 acre paddock is also available by separate negotiation.

At one time a former vicarage, today it is a lovely family house, especially with such excellent schools around be it the Haberdasher's schools for boys and girls at Monmouth or the Cathedral school in Hereford.

The private drive sweeps down to the house off the lane. The front door, sheltered by a porch, leads into a remarkable long hall which includes a cloakroom, an elegant staircase and various doors off to all the main reception rooms. The music room is to the left of the front door and opposite tall glazed doors lead into the drawing room, beyond which is the impressive dining room.
Both have 12 foot high ceilings, coving and decorative plasterwork, ornate fireplaces and large sash and bay windows with views over the garden. The former old kitchen is now a gymnasium with a sauna.

The cantilevered staircase with fluted handrail and ornate balustrading is lit by natural light from the cupola above. Off the wide top landing are the four principal bedrooms, each with a bathroom. At the rear of the house are three further en-suite bedrooms.

The new open plan modern kitchen/breakfast room has a large central island unit with a marble top and extensive fully fitted floor and oak wall units. This layout, combined with the spacious conservatory, is an exceptional area for entertaining.

Ross on Wye 2 miles, Monmouth 11 miles, Hereford 12 miles, Malvern 25 miles, Cheltenham 28 miles (Distances approximate).

The pretty village of Peterstow is just north of a bustling market town Ross on Wye. It has a post office and village shop as well as a country pub and Norman church. There are quaint villages around and a broad range of sporting activities including excellent golf courses and horse riding.

It is exceptionally well located with quick and easy access on to the A40, which links the Midlands and Newport (via the M50) and south Wales (via the M4). Trains are at Gloucester or Newport with regular trains to London (Paddington).

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 23 1295000The Property Shop - Ross on Wyeonthemarket
*The Property Shop* Offers this Attractive Detached Cottage - Lovely Mature Gardens - Many Charming Features - Substantial Summer House - Village Location - Scope For Further Improvement

Accessed By A Door With Side Window Into: -

Porch - 1.67m x 1.81m (5'6" x 5'11") - With window to side, exposed floor-boards and opening through to:

Sitting Room - 6.12m x 3.64m (20'1" x 11'11") - A fabulous room filled with character with an exposed timber floor, wood-burner with rustic timber surround, two windows to front and one to side aspect, two radiators, staircase to first floor. Door to:

Kitchen/Dining Room - 5.73m x 3.28m (18'10" x 10'9") - A good sized room with exposed ceiling beams, two windows overlooking the garden and one to side aspect and a recessed fireplace housing a wood -burner with timber surround. Base cupboards and slate worktops, Belfast sink, built-in cooker with LPG gas hob and extractor, radiator and tiled floor. Door to porch with windows and door to garden, slate flooring. Further door to:

Bathroom - With a cast iron enamel bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC, part tiled walls, windows to front and side aspects, radiator and tiled floor. Door to STORAGE LARDER with window, tiled floor and radiator.

First Floor Landing - With attractive exposed stone wall along the stairwell and thumb latch doors to:

Bedroom 1 - 3.33m x 2.63m (10'11" x 8'8") - With a window offering a pleasant aspect over the front garden, feature display recess with internal window into stairwell, radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 2.80m x 2.61m (9'2" x 8'7") - Window to side and rear aspects offering a pleasant outlook, radiator and exposed floor-boards.

Bedroom 3 - 2.97m x 2.59m max (9'9" x 8'6" max) - Window to front aspect over the garden, radiator, built in double and single wardrobe.

Bedroom 4 - 3.23m x 1.84m (10'7" x 6'0") - Window to rear aspect, radiator and exposed floor-boards.

Bathroom - Window to side aspect, wood fronted bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC, part tiled walls, heated towel rail and extractor fan.

Outside - The property is approached by a gated entrance that leads onto a parking area with a good sized lawn beyond. Within the garden there is a substantial SUMMER HOUSE (5.44m x 5.08m max dimensions) The summer house has wide windows and a glazed door to the front that leads onto a decked seating area bordered by a stream, within the summer house there are power-points and lighting. Also within the rear garden there is an area of fruit trees along with a shed, LPG tank and the "Klargester" septic tank.

The garden at the front of the house is laid out in an attractive cottage style with well stocked raised flower beds and a path with steps that leads up through terraced sections.

Directions - Leave Ross on Wye on the A49 heading towards Hereford, continue through Bridstow and Peterstow and on leaving Peterstow take the left hand turning sign-posted to Abergavenny onto the B4521. Follow the road to the crossroads and continue straight over towards Abergavenny. At the next crossroads turn left and follow the road into Llancloudy, passing the Methodist Church to find the entrance to Court Hey on the right hand side.

Services - Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. There is no mains gas, the property has a LPG central heating system. There is no mains drainage, the property has a Klargester septic tank system.

Local Authority - Herefordshire Council. Council Tax Band "D". Amount payable 2020/2021 £1861.81

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

All room sizes are approximate. Any electrical appliances or heating systems have not been tested and you are therefore advised to satisfy yourselves as to their present state and working condition. An appropriate surveyor should be appointed to carry out a full report on the property and advice sought where appropriate. These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. None of the statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise to the corrections of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendor does not make or give and neither The Property Shop or any other person in their employment has any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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