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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Linton, Ross on Wye

Est. Mortgage £2,565 per month

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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Linton, Ross on Wye

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52 Broad Street Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7DY
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Features

  • detached house
  • 3 bedrooms

Property details

Description - This beautifully presented detached stone cottage has been sympathetically upgraded by the current owners, and enjoys spacious, tastefully finished internal accommodation. Situated in a superb elevated position on the edge of Linton village, the property offers unbeatable views over surrounding orchards, woodlands and fields with the Malvern Hills framing the scene in the background.

The cottage is accessed via an entrance hallway, giving access to a good-sized utility room with fitted shelving and space/plumbing for appliances, as well as a ground floor cloak room with W.C and wash basin.

A door leads from the hallway into a bespoke designed country style kitchen, which feels both rustic and contemporary, and offers a pleasant front facing aspect, with an additional window to side aspect allowing in plenty of additional light. There are base and wall units with plenty of worksurface space and room for a breakfast table to the centre of the kitchen. Fitted appliances include an electric oven with extractor hob above, concealed dishwasher and oil fired Rayburn oven. There is a walk-in pantry to one corner offering useful additional storage space.

The inner hallway leads through to a spacious dining room, with 1950's era brick fireplace, attractive panelling to half-height along each wall, windows to front and rear aspect and a staircase leading to the first floor. A doorway leads from the dining room into the living room, which is also very spacious, and features a wealth of period features including an impressive stone-built fireplace with woodburning stove and exposed ceiling beams, with windows to both front and rear aspect.

To the first floor, a landing area with built in storage cupboards and shelving, and windows overlooking the rear gardens gives access to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom is very generous in size, with windows to front, side and rear aspect offering fantastic views, plenty of fitted wardrobes and additional inbuilt storage cupboards.

Bedroom two is another spacious double, again benefitting from those same fantastic easterly views towards the Malverns, with a second window to side aspect and inbuilt storage cupboard. Bedroom three is currently in use as a home study, but would be an ideal guest room or children's room. The bathroom is a good size, and has been updated by the current owners to a high standard, with modern tiling, panel bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity wash basin and a window looking out to the rear garden, with an additional velux window which really increases the levels of light entering the room.

Linton village is known locally for it's thriving local community, with the ever popular Alma pub hosting regular musical events, including the Linton Blues festival during the summer. There is also an active village hall, church and a highly regarded primary school in the nearby village of Gorsley. The Market town of Ross on Wye is approximately 5 miles away, which offers a wide range of local shops, sporting and cultural amenities and the bustling market towns of Newent and Ledbury are close by. The M50 provides excellent travelling links to the South West, the Midlands and the West.

Outside - The property sits within a generous plot of around half an acre, and comprises flat areas of lawn and raised patio ideal for soaking in those incredible views including maintained areas for nature, wild flowers and wildlife. There is an orchard with a selection of fruit trees, with well stocked borders and a range of specimen trees dotted throughout the rest of the garden. There is also a useful timber summer house, ideal for additional storage or use as a reading room during the summer months.

One of the main selling points of the property is a fantastic, spacious stone and timber outbuilding, currently in use as a workshop, with a large purpose built wood store attached to the rear. This outbuilding offers a multitude of other potential uses, being large enough for use as a home office, home gym, yoga studio or music studio.

NOTE: WOODLAND BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION
There is also an opportunity to purchase a small and well managed woodland of approximately 1.5 acres adjacent to the Cottage by separate negotiation. This tranquil little woodland is full of native English trees primarily Beech, Sweet Chestnut, Cherry, Ash and Sycamore and alive with wildlife and woodland flowers

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Property first listed: Over a month ago

Mortgage

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Monthly Repayment

The Est. Mortgage is for a 25 years repayment mortgage based on a 10% deposit and a 1.9% annual interest. It is only intended as a guide. Make sure you obtain accurate figures from your lender before committing to any mortgage. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage.

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