A three bedroom detached country cottage in gardens and grounds of just over half an acre located in the extremely popular, fabulous rural area of Howle Hill approximately three miles from Ross on Wye. The property would benefit from modernisation.
* Kitchen * Sitting Room * Dining Room * Living Room * Three Bedrooms * Ground Floor Bathroom * En-Suite Cloakroom * Double Glazing * Substantial 24' x 24' Modern Garage * Further Outbuildings * Fabulous Gardens
The property is situated in an idyllic location set well back from a small quiet country lane bordering open farm land within its own gardens ad grounds of very approximately 0.6 of an acre. Howle Hill is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a great location for lovers of the great outdoors with miles of countryside walks and an abundance of wildlife literally on the door step. The town centre of Ross on Wye is just three miles away which offers a good range of shopping, social and sporting facilities with good access to road links with the M50 giving excellent access to the Midlands and the A40 to South Wales and The West.
Attractive canopied entrance porch with hard wood door to:
Kitchen: 9'9" x 9'7" (2.97m x 2.92m)
With exposed feature stone wall and pine panelling. Range of basic fitted kitchen units, range hood over cooker space. Aluminium double glazed front window, night storage heater and ample power points. Step down to:
With airing cupboard and hot water and cold water storage tank. Door into:
With enamelled panel bath, double glazed window to front aspect, wall heater and pedestal wash hand basin. Separate W.C with side window and light.
Cottage door into:
Sitting Room: 11' x 9'9" (3.35m x 2.97m)
With stone open fireplace with hammered copper canopy. Electric fire, night storage heater, window to front aspect and power points. Door through to:
Dining Room: 10' x 10' (3.05m x 3.05m)
With stone open fireplace with copper canopy. Night storage heater, double glazed window to front aspect. Alcoved shelving and stairs to first floor. Glazed door into:
Lounge: 19'7" x 9'9" (5.97m x 2.97m)
With French doors leading to garden. Large windows to front and side aspects. Night storage heater and electric fire. Access to roof space and power points.
From Dining Room:
Staircase leads to:
First Floor and Landing:
With window to rear aspect, door into:
Bedroom 2: 10'7" x 9'10" (3.23m x 3m)
Access via cottage door with double glazed window to front aspect. Vanity unit with hot and cold water supply. Corner cupboard, night storage heater and power points. Door leading through to:
Bedroom 1: 11'1" x 10'4" (3.38m x 3.15m)
With a range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards. Double glazed window to front aspect, double glazed window to side aspect with lovely views over the garden. Night storage heater, door into En-Suite W.C with wash hand basin.
Bedroom 3: 10' x 7'2" (3.05m x 2.18m)
With power points and double glazed window to front aspect.
Gated entrance leads in to the property with access to Single Garage with grass access leading up to further substantial Double Garage: 24' x 24' approximately with remotely operated up and over door, power points, large window to side and pedestrian door leading out to rear. The garage seems to be built to a particularly high specification, ripe for further development subject to planning consent and building regulations etc. Within the curtilage of the property there are further useful storage sheds. The gardens and grounds amount to approximately 0.6 of an acre and are laid to lawns with mature shrubs and trees, ornamental pond and numerous sunny sitting areas. Pedestrian gate leads out to the side of the property with access to a footpath.
From Ross on Wye, proceed South on the B4234. After approximately one mile from town, bear left sign posted Howle Hill. Take the first turning right, proceed to the top of Howle Hill and turn left. Proceed round a sharp right hand bend, continue on past the former Chapel on the left hand side. Continue on where a Cottage can be found immediately on the right, adjacent to the road where the access to the property can be found immediately opposite on the left hand side.
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