Linton, Ross-on-Wye, Hfds, HR9


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A truly outstanding location!. Viewing highly recommended. This stunning, newly constructed contemporary style three bedroom detached property offering spectacular 180° views to the Malvern Hills, Cotswolds and locally picturesque countryside.

A truly outstanding location!. Viewing highly recommended. This stunning, newly constructed contemporary style three bedroom detached property offering spectacular 180° views to the Malvern Hills, Cotswolds and locally picturesque countryside.


Situated in a stunning rural location with undoubtedly with some of the best views in Herefordshire. Along a quiet country lane, just a short distance from the extremely popular village of Linton which is renowned for its community spirit. Within the village is a thriving village pub, which holds a brilliant annual music festival. There is a church, village hall and miles of fantastic countryside walks.

Easy access can be gained to the market towns of Ross-on-Wye, Newent, Monmouth and Ledbury. The M50 gives excellent commuting links to the Midlands, South Wales and the west. The centres of Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham are approximately 15, 17 and 25 miles respectively.

The property is entered via:

Contemporary style, composite door with glazed inserts and matching side panel leading into:

Reception Hall: Approx. 11' x 5'3" (Approx. 3.35m x 1.6m)

Beautifully finished with porcelain wood effect flooring. An abundance of natural light, uPVC double glazed window to side aspect with stunning views towards Much Marcle and surrounding rolling South Herefordshire countryside. Brushed stainless steel power points and light switches. Oak faced door into useful storage cupboard which houses the solar inverter controls, underfloor central heating controls and also hub point for Cat 5 cabling and connected TV sockets. Power points and inset sockets.


Stylish contemporary white suite with porcelain wood effect flooring which flows through from the hallway. Fitted vanity unit, wash hand basin and mono block mixer. Low level WC. LED ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

Study: 5'9" x 5'9" (1.75m x 1.75m)

Double glazed window to side aspect with pleasant village aspect. Plenty of brushed stainless steel power points. Cat 5 cabling. Access to roof space, ceiling spotlights.

Living/Kitchen/Dining Area: Open plan design with total width 32' (9.75m) x max depth 15' (4.57m) narrowing to 10'5" (3.18m) in Kitchen/Breakfast Area.

Breathtaking views, a much over used statement in estate agents details, but is in this case, undisputable.

Kitchen/Breakfast Area:

Fitted to an extremely high quality with a fantastic range of contemporary styled grey kitchen units. Comprehensive range of base units including carousels, pull out units, drawer line units with integrated appliances to include fully integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and stainless steel and glass double oven and grill with inset ceramic hob with wide stainless steel extractor hood over with built in lighting. Granite effect one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mono block mixer. Beautifully tiled surrounds of stone effect tiling with inset power points, appliances switches. Laminate worksurfaces which extend providing a breakfast bar with further cupboard beneath taking in again full advantage of the views stretching to the Cotswold Hills, Malvern Hills and a stunning localised view over open farmland, orchards and the village of Gorsley. The kitchen area is fitted with porcelain tiled flooring effect with the underfloor heating giving a lovely feel.

Living Area:

Extending through and being carpeted, again with underfloor heating. Fabulous amount of inset ceiling LED spotlights. This striking room is flooded with natural light having treble bi-fold doors, opening glazed door and double glazed window providing the fabulous aforementioned views, additional patio doors lead out to the front where there is a porcelain tiled seating area, taking advantage of the late days sun.

From the reception hall, oak balustraded, carpeted staircase leads down to:

Lower Level Landing Area.

Porcelain tiled wood effect flooring with underfloor heating. Extremely useful storage cupboard beneath stairs. Beautifully equipped with brushed stainless steel power points and light switches. Inset ceiling spotlights. Oak faced door leading to:

Utility Area: 7'2" x 4'6" (2.18m x 1.37m)

Conveniently located on the same level as the bedrooms. Well equipped with a stylish range of off grey matt base and wall cupboards with space for appliances beneath, plumbing for washing machine etc. Attractively tiled and fitted with circular wash hand basin and mono block mixer. Plenty of power points, electric heated towel radiator, drying radiator. Porcelain tiled flooring with underfloor heating. Inset ceiling spotlights. Extractor fan.

Master Bedroom Suite: Approximately 12'9" (3.89) x 12' (3.66)

A stunning design with the fabulous views to the Malvern Hills and into the far distance and a splendid localised view. uPVC grey double French doors lead out to a sun terrace which takes advantage of the view and additional glazed side panels. Plenty of power points and inset ceiling spotlights.

Walk in Wardrobe: 5'9" (1.75) x 5'2" (1.57) approx.

Fitted out with hanging rails and shelving. Power points and LED ceiling spotlights.

En-Suite Bath/Shower Room: 9' x 6'1" (2.74m x 1.85m)

Exceptionally well fitted with a wide quadrant shower cubicle with dual head mains shower and fully tiled surround. Modern bath, tiled panelling and surround. Large vanity unit with overhang wash hand basin and integrated counter, storage beneath. Low level WC. Vanity mirror and light. Inset LED spotlights. Extractor fan. Porcelain tiled flooring with underfloor heating giving that essential warm feel. Additional heated towel radiator.

Bedroom 2: 12'9" (3.89) x 9'10" (3) incorporating double wardrobe.

Glazed door and wide glazed window to the stunning views again, opening out to the patio area and lawns. Double wardrobe with oak faced doors, hanging rail and shelving. Power points to either side of the room giving options for placing a double bed to take full advantage of the views to either direction. TV point, Cat 5 cabling.

Bedroom 3: 11'5" x 9'5" (3.48m x 2.87m)

A double room with power points situated to give options for bed to take advantage of the views to the Cotswolds or the Malvern Hills. glazed uPVC door and side panels leading out to patio area and lawn. Built in wardrobe with oak faced door. Inset ceiling spotlights.

Family Wet Room: 7'9" x 3'8" (2.36m x 1.12m)

Beautifully finished and well equipped, gloss tiled walls, wood effect porcelain flooring with underfloor heating. Wall hung vanity unit, monoblock mixer. Vanity mirror with light. Heated towel radiator, extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights. Oak faced door into:

Separate WC:

With low level WC. Vanity unit with mono block mixer and vanity mirror over. Heated chromium towel radiator.


Tarmacadam splayed entrance leads into sweeping drive leading down to parking and turning area. To the front of the property there is a parking area adjacent to the front door with composite decking leading to front door and sloping composite decking with stainless steel balustrading leading out to the fabulous glass and steel rear balcony, this is also accessed from the main living and dining area giving the spectacular 180° views that stretch from May Hill around to Much Marcle, extending to the Malvern Hills, the Cotswolds in the far distance and pretty localised view over rolling countryside and colourful orchards.

Driveway beatitifully finished with stone walling leads down to a concrete pad ideal for car port. The lower level garden has lawn and stone slabs which is accessed from the three bedrooms taking in those fantastic views. A pathway leads to the side of the property where there is a sloping area of natural garden, partly terraced and a lower level of garden ideal for wild flowers with Gabion retainers stocked with an array of shrubs.


From Ross-on-Wye proceed to the roundabout at the bottom of the M50, taking the turning between the Travellers Rest public house and the M50 signposted Upton Bishop, proceed to the village where you will come across a junction with the Moody Cow public house on the right hand side, proceed straight over, continue up towards Newent and at the top of this hill turn right signposted Linton. In the village proceed past the Alma Pub on the left, continue past the Church on the left. Take the next left signposted village hall, bear right along Linton Ridge, the property will be found a short distance on the left.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye


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