Llangarron, Ross-on-Wye, HR9

£695,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An imposing Grade II listed 4 bed detached country house of great character, original black & white timber frame rear section dating back to, we believe, 1700's with a later sandstone front dating back to the 1800's, further extended in the 21st century providing a fabulous kitchen/breakfast room.

An imposing Grade II listed 4 bed detached country house of great character, original black & white timber frame rear section dating back to, we believe, 1700's with a later sandstone front dating back to the 1800's, further extended in the 21st century providing a fabulous kitchen/breakfast room.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Despite the property's fabulous slightly elevated secluded private location it lies just 10 minutes from the popular market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth and just a short distance from the villages of Llangarron and Llangrove. Chepstow and the Severn Bridge is approximately 23 miles distance along and there are superb road links to the midlands, South Wales and the west.

The property is entered via:

Recessed part glazed front entrance door with small storm porch leading into:

Entrance Hall:

A lovely welcoming area with ornate ceiling cornice, part exposed floorboards and oak block flooring. Radiator, power points, telephone point. Exposed feature beam work. Door to:

Shower Room:

With white period suite comprising close coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with electric shower. Airing cupboard with hot water tank, immersion heater and shelving. Exposed wall timbers, radiator. Window to side aspect with lovely views over surrounding countryside.

Drawing Room: 16'2" x 11'8" (4.93m x 3.56m).

Situated in the 17th century part of the house with exposed original timber framing. Majestic fireplace with exposed stone and brick. Feature bread oven and wood burning stove on a stone slab hearth. Slate flooring. Full height window to side with beautiful views stretching across the surrounding countryside. Radiator, power points. Further lit recess. Wall light points.

Sitting Room: 14'2" x 11'8" (4.32m x 3.56m).

A lovely room situated within the 17th century front part of the house. Period marble fireplace. Sash window to front aspect with lovely views over the gardens and surrounding countryside, window to rear aspect. Wall niche with shelving. Exposed floorboards. Power points.

Dining Room: 14' x 11'10" (4.27m x 3.6m).

An attractive atmospheric room again with tall sash window to front aspect with views to surrounding countryside and garden. Exposed floorboards and period fireplace with timber surround and stone hearth. Radiators, power points.

Kitchen/Breakfast/Utility Room: 23'8" x approx. 10'6" (7.21m x approx. 3.2m).

With access from living room or dining room, well fitted kitchen with a range of baseline and draw line unit. Built in stainless steel double oven and grill. Ceramic hob with extractor hood over. Slimline dishwasher. Breechblock work surfaces with inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit. Additional tall larder unit with slide out racking and space for fridge/freezer. Further utility area with base unit, double bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine. Plenty of natural light with four double glazed windows to side aspect and additional double glazed window to rear aspect. Ceiling spotlights, plenty of power points. . Cottage door leading out to garden.

From reception hall:

Half turn staircase with period balustrading leading to:

First Floor and Landing:

with radiator. Window to side aspect with countryside views. Two useful recessed storage cupboards.

Bedroom 1: 16' x 12' (4.88m x 3.66m).

Within the original 16th century part of the building, enormous character with exposed timber framing. Recessed storage cupboards to one side. Radiator, power points, access to roof space. Windows to both sides with fabulous far reaching rural views.

Bedroom 2: 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m).

A good double room with sash window to front aspect with views over the garden and surrounding countryside. Radiator, power points.

Bedroom 3: 12' x 11'10" (3.66m x 3.6m).

Again a double room with period feature fireplace. Built in wardrobe. Radiator. Sash window to front aspect with lovely rural views and additional rear aspect. power points.

Bedroom 4: 9' x 8'2" (2.74m x 2.5m).

With exposed floorboards. Sash window to front aspect with lovely views. Radiator, power points.

Bathroom:

A generous sized bathroom with roll top claw foot bath with attractive part tiled surround with electric Mira shower over with glazed shower screen. White period style close coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tall heated towel radiator. Exposed original wall beam. Wall light. Window to side aspect again with lovely rural views.

From reception hall, door and stone staircase leads down to:

Cellar: 19'6" x 11'9" (5.94m x 3.58m).

With door and staircase leading to outside. Worcester oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Lighting.

Outside:

The property is accessed from the quiet country lane via its own driveway which sweeps up to the house. The gardens are a generous size of approximately 0.75 acre and are predominately laid to lawns interspersed with majestic indigenous trees with patios situated to enjoy the fabulous far reaching views. Timber garage and small stone out building.

Directions:

From Ross-on-Wye take the A40 towards Monmouth, after approximately 2 miles look out for the turning for Glewstone, proceeding right signposted Glewstone. Continue through the village of Glewstone and up to the crossroads at the A4137, proceed straight over for the village of Llangarron. On reaching the village, turn right signposted Llanstone and St Weonards, then bear left towards St Weonards, the driveway to Hanover will be found on after approximately 0.5 mile on the left.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

Herefordshire

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