St. Weonards, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2


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  • Bedrooms: 6
The attractive fire place in the panelled Hall has a wood burning stove and cantilevered staircase. Off the panelled corridor are the principal reception rooms including the panelled Dining Room, Drawing Room with an open Fireplace, Butler's Pantry and at the far end the Orangery, overlooking the terrace. Off the Breakfast Room, with its inglenook fireplace, is the Sitting Room and the Kitchen with Aga and impressive array of fitted units incorporating fridge freezer, dishwasher and electric hob. The Garden Room with under floor heating has bi-fold doors opening onto the garden with views over the pond. Beyond this is a further cloakroom, and access to the garage is from the Back Kitchen/Utility Room. The rear Hall/Boot Room has a door into the courtyard.

On the first floor the Library landing is an excellent study area. There are four bedrooms off the inner landing and three bathrooms (one is shared between two bedrooms). The wing of the house is dedicated to the master bedroom with its own bathroom and dressing room, which could be the sixth bedroom.

The courtyard at the back of the house is also approached from the main drive. This comprises various outbuildings and an open sided garage. The former coach house, now a garage, could be converted to provide separate accommodation.

Surrounding the house is a very beautiful garden, edged by mature hardwoods. The ballustraded elevated terrace overlooks the pond. There is also a small orchard and vegetable garden.

Monmouth 6 miles, Hereford 8 miles, Ross on Wye (M50) 8 miles, M50 (J1) 9 miles (All distances are approximate)

A few miles off the old Hereford to Monmouth road, close to the village of St Weonards and its shop, this region of Herefordshire has dramatic rolling countryside with far reaching views. Close to the market towns of Monmouth and Ross as well as Hereford City, the house is particularly accessible to excellent local facilities as well as the M50 and stations at Hereford or Abergavenny.

The Northgates, originally called Northgate House, was the principal house of a large estate that changed hands at least three times in the 19th century. During that period the house, at that time more substantial than it is today, was built. The Northgates is a reminder of the grandeur of the Victorian era with large reception rooms and bedrooms as well as a coach house courtyard and wing, which offers further potential to provide additional accommodation.

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