Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9
£799,995

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
A substantial 14th century farmhouse of immense charm and character with adjoining three bedroom annexe, perfect for holiday let or dependent relative. Converted stone barn, ideal home office/studio etc. Gardens and paddock extend to approx. 0.8 acre with stunning views. Exceptional period features.

A substantial 14th century farmhouse of immense charm and character with adjoining three bedroom annexe, perfect for holiday let or dependent relative. Converted stone barn, ideal home office/studio etc. Gardens and paddock extend to approx. 0.8 acre with stunning views. Exceptional period features.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

This fabulous character farmhouse is believed to date back to the 14th century and still retains many original features including exposed timbers and 'cruck' frame, together with inglenook fireplace original bread oven and fine 14th century stone archway together with a wealth of beautiful, exposed stonework. Latterly, the property was extended with construction of a lovely self-contained annexe, Walnut Cottage, which has been used successfully as a holiday let but would also be perfect for a dependant relative. In addition, there is a stone barn converted to a wonderful studio with planning consent to extend and holiday use. The gardens and paddock which extend to approximately 0.8 acre, are beautifully private with stunning rural views.

The property is situated between the villages of Llangrove and Whitchurch, each having primary schools and thriving communities and both only about a mile away. The centres of Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth and Hereford are approximately 7, 5 and 15 miles respectively where a larger range of shopping and social facilities can be found. There are excellent road links with the M50 leading to the M5/M6 and from the A40 in Whitchurch access can also be gained the M4 and the South West.

The property is entered via:

Beautiful stone and beamed open entrance porch with flagstone flooring. Glazed door leading into:

Reception Hall: 16'11" x 4'6" (5.16m x 1.37m).

An exceptional reception hall showcasing the wonderful 15th century features including exposed timbers and fabulous original stone mullioned arch, thought to have been the entrance to the property with studded arched sold timber door leading into:

Living Room: 18'10" x 17'5" (5.74m x 5.3m).

An exceptionally good sized room with stunning period features including original Oak beamed ceiling timbers. Inglenook original stone fireplace recessed with wood burning stove and flagstone hearth, feature bread oven to one side with majestic stone lintel. Plenty of natural light with two leaded double glazed windows to front aspect and additional leaded double glazed window to rear aspect giving far reaching stunning views over surrounding countryside and the gardens to the property. Radiators, power points, wall light points. Recessed shelved bookcase.

Dining Room: 13'9" x 13'2" max. (4.2m x 4.01m max.).

An atmospheric dining room with period feature beams. Feature fireplace with ornate carved, probably 15th century featured surround. Leaded double glazed window to side and front aspect giving plenty of natural light. Radiator, power points.

From the reception hall:

Studded, solid wood door leads into:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 16'1" x 12'6" (4.9m x 3.8m).

Immediately evident, captivating far reaching views from the large uPVC double glazed rear windows, taking in miles of stunning countryside and localised views to farmland and garden. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of matching base and wall cupboards, built in Welsh dresser style unit with glazed display cupboards, plate racking and worktop with cupboards beneath. Ample work surfaces with inset granite effect double bowl single drainer sink unit. Space for large electric Rangemaster Kitchener 110 with six ring ceramic hob, double oven and grill. Plumbing for washing machine, space for dishwasher. Slate effect flooring. Inset ceiling spotlights. Attractive tiling to worktop surrounds. Radiator. Half glazed stable door to courtyard. Ledge and braced cottage door into walk-in larder with light, slate effect flooring and double glazed window to side aspect. Door to:

Rear Hallway: Door into:

Cloakroom:

Comprising low level WC. Vanity with overhang wash hand basin and mono block mixer. Attractive tiled surround. Slate flooring. Useful storage cupboard. Radiator. Double glazed window to rear.

Study: 10' x 6'3" (3.05m x 1.9m).

Slate flooring. Leaded uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Feature ceiling beam. Currently fitted with range of shelving and cupboards. Radiator, power points. Ledge and braced door to useful understairs store cupboard.

From the hallway, uPVC double glazed door leads to:

Rear Porch:

With slate flooring. Lancet style double glazed window, uPVC glazed doors giving access via stone steps leading to outside.

From reception hall, staircase leads to:

A beautiful character large landing area with a wealth of exposed original beams including exposed Cruck frame. Heavy Oak balustrading with ledge and braced cottage doors giving access to:

Master Bedroom: 17' x 14'9" (5.18m x 4.5m).

Again, a room of amazing character with exposed original Cruck frame beam and exposed purlins and wall timbers. Wall light points, radiator, power points. Plenty of natural light with high level uPVC leaded double glazed window to front aspect and additional large double glazed window to rear aspect taking in the exceptional rural views.

En-Suite WC:

With classical white pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, mirror surround and spotlights over. Low level WC. Exposed timbers.

Walk In Wardrobe: Approx. 8'9" x 3'3" (Approx. 2.67m x 1m).

With hanging rails, spotlights. Access to eaves storage.

Bedroom 2: 13'6" (4.11m) x 11'1" (3.38m) plus further recessed dressing area approx 7'4" (2.24m) x 7' (2.13m).

Again, fabulous character with exposed wall and ceiling timbers. A lovely light room with uPVC double glazed leaded window to front aspect and additional uPVC double glazed window to side aspect again with stunning rural views. Radiators, power points. Within the dressing area there is exposed beams and hanging rail.

Bedroom 3: 10' x 9'5" (3.05m x 2.87m).

A double room, again with character and fabulous views to surrounding countryside through uPVC double glazed window which also enjoys an aspect over the garden and adjacent farmland.

Family Bath/Shower Room: 9'6" x 8'7" (2.9m x 2.62m).

Well fitted with classical white suite comprising low level WC. Pedestal, period style wash hand basin. Corner glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower. Jacuzzi style double end bath with side mixer tap. Radiator. Part tiled walls. Splendid views through double glazed rear aspect.

Walnut Cottage

Attached Annexe/Holiday Let:

The annexe is entered via:

uPVC double glazed leaded door which opens into:

Living Room: An irregular shape measuring max 18'1" (5.5m) x 15'9" (4.8m).

Plenty of character with exposed ceiling beams. Wonderful feature stone inglenook style fireplace with heaving beam over, flagstone hearth, feature stone and two small windows inset, flue for open fire. Power points and lighting. Ceramic tiled flooring. uPVC double glazed window to rear with fabulous views to surrounding countryside. Radiator, power points. Additional ledge and braced cottage door that leads out to a communal courtyard which links to the main property. Door into:

Bedroom/Study: 9'3" x 5'6" (2.82m x 1.68m)

Comfortably accommodates a single bed with dressing table, shelving and bedside cabinet. uPVC double glazed window to the rear with lovely views. Radiator, inset spotlights. Doorway through to:

Kitchen/Dining Room: Being L Shaped: 11'10" (3.6m) x 10'9" (3.28m) and 6' (1.83m) x 5'6" (1.68m).

Well fitted kitchen area with good range of machine base and wall mounted cupboards. appliances spaces. Laminate worksurfaces with part tiled surround. Inset stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit. Two double glazed leaded windows to front aspect. Small breakfast bar. Slate effect ceramic tiling. Plenty of spotlights. Doorway into:

Shower Room/WC: 6'8" x 5'7" (2.03m x 1.7m).

With modern pedestal wash hand basin and mono block mixer. Low level WC. Corner glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower, extractor fan and ceiling spotlight.

Bedroom 1: 13'9" x 10' (4.2m x 3.05m).

A generous size double room with recessed wardrobe. uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect with stunning rural views. Eaves storage, power points and wall lights.

Bedroom 2: 13'7" x 6'4" (4.14m x 1.93m).

A double room with recessed wardrobe. Double glazed window to side aspect. Power points, radiators.

Bedroom 3: 11' x 6'2" (3.35m x 1.88m).

With power points, radiator. Leaded double glazed window to front aspect with rural views.

Bathroom:

Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Enamel panelled bath. Radiator, ceiling spotlights, tiled flooring.

Outside:

A gated entrance leads into tarmacadam parking and turning area which serves the annexe. The annexe garden has lawned and orchard gardens.

Useful Stone Outbuilding: 16'2" x 9' (4.93m x 2.74m).

Which provides extra room or home office. With double height vaulted ceiling with feature original beams, velux window, high level window and additional double glazed window to side aspect. Plenty of power points. Connecting gate to the main garden.

The gardens and grounds extend in total to about half an acre. Currently divided in two due to holiday usage. A gated entrance leads into a parking and turning area. Large lawned areas with huge productive walnut tree, productive orchards along with relaxing sitting areas taking in the fabulous views. A further large area perfect for Chickens, vegetable beds etc.

Directions:

Enter Whitchurch and at the Crown Hotel proceed up the hill on the Llangrove Road. Ignore the minor crossroads and at the top of the hill there is a sharp right hand bend followed immediately by a more sweeping left hand bend. On the right hand side of this bend is a post box, a combined house and farm entrance (Great Trewen) a chestnut tree and finally Little Trewan Lane. Turn right down this lane and Little Trewan Farm is on the left.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

Herefordshire

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