Peterstow, Worcester Cottage, Ross-On-Wye HR9

£245,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A quietly situated, three bedroom semi-detached house, recently refurbished and enjoying wonderfully open rural views to the south. Excellent range of village amenities within walking distance.

Reception Hall, 17’ Living Room, 15’ Kitchen/Breakfast Room with appliances, Enclosed Side Porch, Bath/Shower Room & W.C. First floor comprises 3 Bedrooms and Storage Room. Oil Fired Central Heating. Double Glazing. Gardens to front and rear. Fine outlook from all windows.

Location & DescriptionWorcester Cottage lies on the extreme southern outskirts of the well served village of Peterstow, some three miles west of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye. Constructed in the late 1940s, Worcester Cottage is one of just four similar houses positioned in this lovely, peaceful location. In recent years, the property has been the subject of updating and refurbishment, with excellent double glazed windows, a well appointed kitchen and white bath/shower room and w.C. Furthermore, with the exception of the kitchen and bathroom,

there are fitted carpets throughout.

There are level lawned gardens to both front and rear, the rear garden projecting a little further than the rear hedge implies, whilst to the front of the property there is also a most generous gravelled parking area.

The outlook from the property is outstanding. To the front, one looks out towards a line of mature Silver Birch trees with farmland beyond, whilst the southerly aspect to the rear of the property not only ensures excellent penetration of natural light, but also allows for stunning views across swathes of open farmland.

Village amenities include shop, post office and off licence, two excellent pubs, and a refurbished church which also effectively serves as the village hall. There is a regular bus service to Hereford, Ross and Gloucester, whilst in the centre of the village is the delightful village common.

For those needing fast access to good communications, the M50 motorway and A40 dual carriageway accessed just over a mile away, enables first class connection to most parts of the country. In detail the property comprises:-

Reception HallWith fitted carpet, large under stair storage area and door through to:-

Sitting Room (approx 5.36m (17'7") x 3.53m (11'7"))Into the double glazed bay window to front elevation. Fitted carpet. Coving to ceiling. Tiled fireplace and hearth with cast iron grate for natural fire. Wide double glazed window overlooking rear garden and open farmland towards wooded Coppett Hill and the Forest of Dean in the distance. Triple arm ceiling light fitting.

Kitchen/Dining Room (approx 4.80m (15'9") x 2.92m (9'7"))A light and appealing kitchen, recently re-fitted with cream, Shaker style floor mounted cupboards and drawers with pleasing, pewter effect handles and superb, light Oak effect working surfaces. Incorporated amidst these units are the Beko electric oven, Beko four ring ceramic hob and extractor hood over. Complementary wall mounted cupboards. Glazing to two elevations, the principal double glazed window enabling a delightful outlook over the rear garden and farmland towards Coppett Hill in the distance. Appealing grey, woodgrain effect strip flooring. Positioned to the south west corner are floor to ceiling built-in shelved storage cupboards. Exposed ceiling beams. Ample room for dining/breakfast table. Wooden door through to:-

Totally Enclosed Porch (approx 1.68m (5'6") x 1.22m (4'0"))With quarry tiled base and glazing to the upper sections of three sides.

Bath/Shower Room & W.C.Recently re-fitted with white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira Advance, instantaneous electric shower unit over together with glazed side screen. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.C. White tiling to certain walls. Vertical chrome towel rail/radiator. Vinyl flooring. Obscured glass opening window to front elevation.

First Floor LandingWith double glazed window to front enabling excellent light to stairwell and outlook across farmland to the front.

With insulated copper tank and immersion heater.

Bedroom 1 (approx 4.39m (14'5") x 2.92m (9'7"))A superbly proportioned room with double glazed windows to two elevations, the south facing window enabling a superb 180° outlook across farmland towards wooded hillsides in the distance. Fitted carpet to match hall and stairs. Superb small black painted fireplace and grate to one wall (not operational).

Bedroom 2 (approx 4.01m (13'2") x 2.67m (8'9"))With wide double glazed window to south elevation, again enabling a fine 180° outlook across farmland. Fitted carpet. Floor to ceiling storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3 (approx 3.02m (9'11") x 2.11m (6'11"))With double glazed window to front elevation looking out across the lawned front garden, Silver Birch trees and farmland beyond.

Storage Room (approx 1.68m (5'6") x 0.97m (3'2"))With fitted carpet and double glazed window to front elevation.

OutsideTo the front of the property is a Level Lawn approx. 25’ x 15’, bounded to two sides by mixed hedging.

The remainder of ground to the front of the property comprises a Generous Gravelled Driveway/Parking Area, being of overall max dimensions approx. 35’ x 25’, enabling parking for several cars. Positioned alongside the property is an Old Wooden Garden Shed approx. 8’ x 6’ in need of refurbishment. Opposite the shed is the Boiler House with the Mistral oil fired central heating boiler, the time switch for same being on an interior kitchen wall. There is an exterior cold water tap mounted on the rear wall of the house outside the kitchen.

The rear garden comprises two sections. Firstly, the Level Lawn contained within the area of hedging. This is of overall max dimensions approx. 45’ x 35’, whilst beyond this is a Further Level Grassy Area being of approx. Dimensions approx. 35’ x 20’.

Views from this latter section of garden are outstanding, extending from Ross Church Spire and Penyard Hill in the east all the way around to farmland and orchards in the west.

ServicesMains electricity and water are connected. Shared septic tank drainage.

Outgoings‘B’ Council Tax Band EPC rating: ‘E’ (Full EPC Rating available)

To ViewStrictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on .

DirectionsLeave the western outskirts of Ross-on-Wye at Wilton Roundabout (bp Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. As one enters the village of Peterstow, drive past the Yew Tree Pub which is on the right hand side, taking the next left, a single track lane which runs through Peterstow Common. Bear left at the next junction, continuing until the lane turns to the right, and you see four semi-detached houses in front of you. Drive onto the common access, bearing right, and park in front of Worcester Cottage which is the third house along.

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