Goodrich, Ross-On-Wye HR9

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5

Spacious 5 Bedroom Period Property with Stunning Views across the River Wye

Outstanding Elevated Site with Unspoilt South Easterly Outlook

Appealing Lawned Gardens with Many Fine Shrubs and Trees

Widespread Period Detail Including Coving and Picture Rails

Two Garages plus Former Stable and Coach House

The Property Lies Between the Villages of Goodrich & Whitchurch

The A40 Dual Carriageway is Reachable within Literally a Minutes Drive

Superb Large 25' Cellar with Wine Storage Adjacent

Location & Description

Guildown occupies a wonderfully dominant site on the extreme south western outskirts of the favoured village of Goodrich, some 5 miles south west of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye. The historic town of Monmouth lies some 6 miles to the south west, with the A40 dual carriageway linking these two towns enabling fast access to the nations motorway network.

Although we have no actual records, we believe the property to have been constructed in the early part of the last Century, tell tale signs being the presence of a former stable and coach house lying directly to the south west of the main dwelling.

The house is of rendered and colour washed elevations under a double pitched and hipped slate roof, and as well as the fine cellar beneath the property, there is also a second floor bedroom with attic rooms off.

All principal rooms have windows to the south east, not only allowing the penetration of excellent natural light, but also enabling beautiful unspoilt views across the meandering River Wye towards famed Coppett Hill. There are totally enclosed porches to both front and rear elevations, each of which allows access to the large and wonderfully welcoming galleried reception hall. Off this hall are three outstanding reception rooms, two of which extend to over 25'. Also on this floor are the kitchen with lovely white Aga range, laundry and utility rooms, workshop and cloaks and w.c. To the first floor are four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a fine covered balcony accessible directly from the two main bedrooms. There is then a further staircase to the second floor comprising a bedroom together with attic and storage rooms.

Central heating is from an oil fired radiator system, in addition to which there are multi fuel stoves set within fireplaces of the two main reception rooms.

Close by, the sought after village of Goodrich offers primary school, two pubs, church, village hall and an excellent community spirit whilst nearby Whitchurch offers an outstanding local shop, pubs, church, village school, village hall and direct access to the A40 dual carriageway linking Ross and Monmouth.


We are advised that the property is Freehold


Bt Broadband Availability Speeds: Up to 900Mb

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Services: Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage (tbc)

Outgoings: ‘G' Council Tax Band EPC Rating: ‘F' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View

Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel: Directions

Leave the A40 dual carriageway in Whitchurch following the signs for Goodrich. After passing aj Lowther on your right hand side, take the next turning left at the fork and proceed up this no through road. Shortly before the end of the tarmac road, take an unmade lane to the right hand side, and Guildown will be found just a little way along this track on the right hand side.

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01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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