A semi detached 1920s cottage adjoining neighbouring farm land with Westerly facing rear gardens, three bedrooms and numerous reception rooms.
* Three Bedrooms * Lounge * Dining Room * Breakfast Room * Kitchen * Study * Utility Room * Shower Room * Bathroom * Garage * Off Road Parking * Sunny aspect * Good size Gardens * Central Heating
The property is situated in the hamlet of St Owens Cross on the A4137 which lies approximately 4 miles west of Ross-on-Wye. St Owens Cross boasts a renowned public house/restaurant within walking distance of the property. Ross-on-Wye offers a good range of shopping, social and sports facilities. The Cities of Hereford and Gloucester lie approximately 14 and 18 miles respectively. Good access can be gained to the Midlands via the M50 at Ross-on-Wye and South Wales and the West via the A40 - which is a few miles south of the property.
The property is approached via path way giving access to:
Canopied Front Entrance Porch:
With hard wood glazed panel door giving access through to:
Radiator, power points, understairs storage area, panelled door into storage cupboard with hanging space for coats and shelving. Half turn staircase leading to first floor and landing. Panelled door into:
Study: 6'10" x 6'2" (2.08m x 1.88m)
Double glazed window to side aspect, radiator, power points, telephone point.
Lounge/Diner: measuring in total: 23' (7.01m) x 13'2" (4.01m) max
Lounge area measures 12'2" x 11'5" (3.71m x 3.48m):
With uPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Working open fireplace with stone hearth, stone surround and display mantle over. Radiator, power points. A good sized light and spacious room with arch into:
Dining Area: 13'2" x 10'3" (4.01m x 3.12m)
Power points, radiator and two inset display shelved units with inset lighting. Power points. Further arch way gives access to:
Breakfast Area: 12'3" x 11'7" (3.73m x 3.53m)
With patio sliding doors out to garden. Velux roof windows cloaking the room in natural light. Breakfast bar area leads round to:
Kitchen Area: 12'3" x 9'4" (3.73m x 2.84m)
With double glazed window to rear aspect. Recently updated 'Shaker' style cream fitted matching wall and base units with inset hob and eye level oven and concealed extractor. Inset ceramic single bowl drainer sink unit. Floor mounted oil fired Worcester boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Wood glazed door giving access to:
Utility Room: 8'11" x 5'10" (2.72m x 1.78m)
Double glazed windows to both Westerly rear aspect and side aspect. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Power points and radiator. Arch way to:
Hardwood glazed panelled door to side garden and door giving access to:
Radiator, extractor, Dimplex wall heater and coloured suite comprising of low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and enclosed shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower and tiled splash backs.
From Hall Way:
Staircase gives access to:
First Floor and Landing:
Double glazed window to front aspect allowing plenty of natural light. Door into Airing Cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and ample slatted shelving. Access to loft space which is partially boarded. Lighting and wood panelled doors giving access to:
Bedroom 1: 12'4" x 11'6" (3.76m x 3.51m)
A good sized light and spacious double bedroom with double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, power points, good sized recessed space for wardrobes.
Bedroom 2: 11'8" x 10'4" (3.56m x 3.15m)
Again, a good sized light and spacious double bedroom with Westerly views to rear aspect over neighbouring farm land through Double Glazed window.
Bedroom 3: 15'5" x 7' (4.7m x 2.13m)
Double glazed window to side aspect, radiator and power points.
Double glazed window to side aspect, tiled splash backs and a modern suite comprising low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and corner panelled bath.
To the front of the property there is a good sized parking area enclosed by mature mixed hedging with drive way giving access to:
Garage: 14'6" x 12'8" (4.42m x 3.86m)
With glazed window to rear aspect. Double doors to front, power points.
Throughout the outside perimeter there is ample outside lighting.
From the front, gated access to the side of the property leads to the rear garden with numerous patio areas, ideally positioned to take in the Westerly sunsets and enjoy al fresco dining. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn enclosed by a mixture of mature hedging and edged with well stocked flower borders.
There is ample space which may suitable to extend the property subject to necessary planning consent.
From the centre of Ross of Wye, proceed out towards Wilton, crossing the roundabout towards the A49 towards Hereford. Continue through the villages of Bridstow and Peterstow. Take the next left sign posted B4521 for Abergavenny. Continue along this road until coming to the cross roads at St Owens Cross turning right and the property can be found a short distance along on the A4137 on the left hand side.
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