Knightshill Farm, Lea, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9

£550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An exceptional five double bedroom long barn which offers excellent sized accommodation. Beautifully designed landscaped gardens. Home office/annexe. Enjoying fantastic views over Herefordshire countryside.

An exceptional five double bedroom long barn which offers excellent sized accommodation. Beautifully designed landscaped gardens. Home office/annexe. Enjoying fantastic views over Herefordshire countryside.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Situated in a lovely rural position between the village of Lea and the popular hamlet of Aston Crews. Both would be considered within good walking distance. Lea boasts amenities to include shop, Post Office, primary school and Church. Aston Crews has a good local pub/restaurant.

The property is entered via:

Shared block paved courtyard which then leads down to the right hand side. Leading to gravelled parking area with steps leading up to:

Front Entrance Vestibule: 20'10" x 11'10" (6.35m x 3.6m).

An extremely characterful entrance vestibule with double doors to front and rear aspect. Slate flooring. Centralised staircase with galleried landing. Glazed door to:

Sitting Room: 19'10" x 17'7" (6.05m x 5.36m).

Having double glazed windows to front and rear aspect. Raised glazed panel which provides additional sunlight to entrance vestibule. Brick built fireplace on a raised hearth with wood burning stove and oak display mantle. Radiator.

Dining Room: 16'4" x 12'2" (4.98m x 3.7m).

Via double doors and currently used as a sitting room/cinema room. Having double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator.

Cloakroom: 5'6" x 3'8" (1.68m x 1.12m).

With a continuation of slate flooring. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks and display niche.

Farmhouse Style Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 17'8" x 15'3" (5.38m x 4.65m).

Double glazed windows to front and rear aspects. Typical farmhouse style kitchen with character in abundance with exposed ceiling beams. A wonderful range of bespoke fitted units with wealth of worktop space. Integrated appliances to larder style fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher. Stainless steel extractor fan with space for Range cooker under. Tiled splashbacks. One and a half bowl drainer sink unit. Further recess with generous size kitchen units. Tiled flooring, radiator. Door to:

Rear Lobby:

Solid oak door to side entrance which leads out to canopied side entrance porch. Tiled flooring. Hanging space for coats, radiator. Door to:

Utility Room: 6'4" x 4'7" (1.93m x 1.4m).

Having Baxi wall mounted boiler which supplies domestic hot water and central heating. Range of oak fronted base and wall mounted units. Tiled flooring. Circular basin. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble dryer.

From the entrance vestibule glazed door leads to:

First Floor Landing:

Having double glazed windows to front and rear aspects enjoying lovely views over the courtyard to the rear and rolling countryside to the front. Useful storage cupboard. Further door to airing cupboard housing pressurised hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.

Master Bedroom Suite: 21'6" x 11'8" (6.55m x 3.56m).

Having character in abundance with exposed ceiling beams. Double glazed windows to side and rear aspect. Radiator. Door to:

En-Suite Shower Room:

Lavishly fitted with double glazed window to front aspect. Walk in mains pressured shower cubicle. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks. Fitted mirror fronted medicine cabinet. Radiator. Sleek modern tiled flooring and tiled splashbacks. Extractor fan.

Bedroom 2: 17'10" x 15'4" (5.44m x 4.67m).

Having double glazed window to front aspect. Exposed ceiling beams. Radiator, access to loft space. Flue for woodburning stove.

Bedroom 3: 14'2" x 10'10" (4.32m x 3.3m).

Having double glazed window to rear aspect. Exposed ceiling beams, radiator.

Bedroom 4: 14'4" x 8'3" (4.37m x 2.51m).

Double glazed window to rear aspect. radiator.

Bedroom 5: 12'2" x 8'3" (3.7m x 2.51m).

Double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator. Access to partly boarded loft space.

Family Bathroom:

Double glazed window to front aspect with deep window niches. Modern white suite comprising wood panelled bath with mixer tap shower attachment. Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Enclosed walk in shower cubicle with mains pressured shower. Fully tiled surround. Again, a room of character with exposed ceiling beams. Radiator. Fitted medicine cabinet.

Outside:

To the front of the property via the shared block paved courtyard, access can be gained to gravelled parking area suitable for several vehicles. This is owned by The Long Barn, but one of the neighbouring barns has a right of access to their car port. From here access can be gained to:

The Byre 18'9" x 14'5" (5.72m x 4.4m).

Having vaulted ceiling with additional storage area. Power and lighting. Partly integrated with built in shed which could be removed to create and additional parking space if necessary. Attached to the Byre is:

Integral Stone Store: 14'5" x 9'4" (4.4m x 2.84m).

Which again has a vaulted ceiling, power and lighting.

Steps to the side of The Long Barn provides access to the canopied side entrance porch which then in turn provides access round to the rear courtyard. This is a fantastic size and ideal for outside summer dining and entertaining. Step leading to:

Outside Home Office/Annexe: 13'1" x 11'1" (4m x 3.38m).

With fitted rolled edge worktop, power points and lighting. Tiled hearth with wood burning stove which provides heating to the area. Staircase leads to:

Mezzanine Area: 10'11" x 5'11" (3.33m x 1.8m).

Double glazed window to side and rear aspect. Velux window which floods the space with an abundance of natural light. Power points, lighting.

From the rear terrace, steps lead up to the beautifully landscaped rear gardens which again have been well laid out to provide level lawned areas and well stocked herbaceous borders. Steps the lead up to a raised viewing platform/decking space, a lovely area for enjoying the sunsets over rolling countryside.

Directions:

From the centre of Ross-on-Wye take the A40 towards Gloucester, passing through Weston Under Penyard and Ryeford. Upon reaching the village of Lea at the small crossroads turn left and head towards Aston Crews. After approximately 0.5 mile, take the right hand turn signposted The Long Barn, Old Dairy and Farmhouse. Proceed into the block paved driveway and bear round to the right hand side. Upon reaching the gravelled parking area The Long Barn will be found on the left hand side.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

Herefordshire

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