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5 bedroom detached house
- Tenure: Freehold
- Double Garage
- Four Bedrooms
- Period Features
- Attic Room
- Beautiful Views
- Exceptionally Spacious
- Good Location
- Basement with Shower & Kitchenette
The interior is spacious and full of charm with all three floors accessed via the lovingly recreated medieval stone spiral staircase.
Outside the property you will find enclosed parking and a double garage with workshop access. The sizable garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees.
Making full use of its position the lounge features double sliding doors on to a veranda with far reaching views along the valley.
The interior features numerous gothic revival touches such as arched windows, arrow slits and beams. However recent internal alterations have transformed this four-bedroom property into a spacious, character filled modern home. The lower ground floor has its own shower and kitchenette areas whilst the large attic space has the potential for a multitude of uses.
Conveniently located off the A40 between the vibrant market towns of Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye and close to some of the most beautiful countryside in the county.
An attractive entry with tiled floor, double glazed window with side aspect and discreet covered radiator
A convenient space with tiled floor and fully tiled walls. A white suite comprising low level WC and pedestal mounted wash hand basin. The Worcester combination boiler is wall mounted. Attractive view from the double-glazed side aspect window
Kitchen 3.05m x 2.84m (10ft x 9ft 3in)
The kitchen comprises a number of wooden units floor, base and wall mounted. A complimentary wooden work surface completes the modern country look. Features tiled splash backs and tiled floor. An integrated hob and one and a half single drainer sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Double glazed windows to front and side aspect with views
Dining Room 8.76m x 2.92m (28ft 8in x 9ft 6in)
A true statement room at the heart of the house. This Neo-Gothic space is full of character highlighted by the two large portcullis style triple glazed arched windows both to front and rear. The views are far reaching, and a cosy seating area takes full advantage of the aspect. More light spills through the double-glazed arrow slit feature windows. The room also features an office area and a raised wooden area incorporated into the castellated tower. Numerous power points, phone point and two radiators. From the dining room the first floor is accessed by the truly authentic looking stone spiral staircase.
Snug 4.06m x 2.13m (13ft 3in x 6ft 11in)
From the dining room you pass into the snug. With its characterful curved walls, the room has a large triple glazed window offering up beautiful views. A very useful space with the potential for several uses.
Lounge 7.03m x 4.26m (23ft x 13ft 11in)
Glazed double doors lead through to the elegant and spacious lounge. Though large the room is cosy due to the stone open fireplace with slate hearth and solid wood over mantle. Tastefully decorated, with two recessed stylish shelving units over the discreet radiators. Light pours in through the two large double-glazed sliding doors that lead to an attractive veranda with attractive and far reaching pastoral views. Numerous power points and TV point.
The first-floor landing includes a display shelf and doubled glazed window with a front aspect. Radiator and several power points
Bedroom 1 4.67m x 2.84m (15ft 3in x 9ft 3in)
This light filled room benefits from two double glazed windows providing beautiful rural views to the rear aspect. There is ample storage with a large double fitted wardrobe. Radiator and numerous power points. Telephone point
Conveniently tiled floor and walls. The shower room features a double shower, low level flush WC, wash hand basin with cupboard and wall mounted heated towel rail. The airing cupboard provides plenty of slatted shelving. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 2.99m x 2.08m (9ft 9in x 6ft 9in)
A double-glazed window with side aspect and attractive display sill. Radiator and numerous power points
From the first floor landing the medieval style curved stone staircase leads up to the top floor with arrow slit windows, secondary double glazed, to the:
Bedroom 3 5.84m x 3.05m (19ft 1in x 10ft)
A room full of character that incorporates one of the castellated towers. Ceiling beams and Gothic arched windows lend to the sense of grandeur. The views provided by both windows are far reaching and beautiful. Recessed display shelving and display sills. Numerous power points and radiator
Bedroom 4 3.35m x 2.11m (10ft 11in x 6ft 11in)
Curved wall. Secondary double-glazed aspect. Fitted cupboard.
A fully white suite including modern panelled bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin wall mounted and a low-level WC. Fully tiled walls and floor. A doubled glazed window offers rear aspect rural views. Radiator.
Attic Room 6.98m x 2.41m (22ft 10in x 7ft 10in)
The wooden spiral staircase leads to the spacious attic room. Character beams and curved wall. Beautiful pastoral views to the rear aspect from the double-glazed window. Numerous power points.
From the door to the Dining Hall the stone circular staircase leads down to a good storage area with door to the outside.
The property is approached off a no through lane, feature stone pillars lead down to the brick paviour parking area with archway having in the past been the entrance through providing further parking.
Basement room 5.61m x 2.99m (18ft 4in x 9ft 9in)
This spacious area lends itself to many different uses. The floor is fully tiled, and the double-glazed window has a front aspect. Radiator and numerous power points.
With fully tiled shower cubicle. Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin.
With stainless steel sink with cupboards under. Front single glazed aspect. There is an old cast iron range that can be cleaned up for decoration purposes. Door to rear. Numerous power points.
Garage 6.75m x 5.10m (22ft 1in x 16ft 8in)
A large garage with steel up-and-over double automatic door. Power and light. Door through to useful Storage Area.
The garden to the property is to the side of the stone steps leading to the front door. They are of a good size and mainly laid to lawn with lovely mature shrubs and trees.
From Ross on Wye proceed along the A40 towards Monmouth go through the 50 mile an hour limit at Pencraig and after leaving take the first turning on the left signposted Goodrich and immediately left again follow the lane and the entrance to the property will be seen second along on the left.
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