6 bedroom barn conversion for salePhocle Green, Ross-On-Wye
- Self contained annex
- Rural location
- Period features
- Lovely countryside views
- Level landscaped gardens
- 2 En-suites
- Good road links
- Close to two golf clubs
Offered with no onward chain. An exceptionally spacious, 5 bedroom detached barn conversion with 1 bedroom detached self contained annexe. Set in landscaped gardens of approximately 0.3 acre in a lovely rural location with countryside views. Approx 2 miles from Ross-on-Wye. Superb Commuting links.
* Reception/Dining Hall * Dining/Living Room * Kitchen/Breakfast Room * Drawing Room * Sitting Room/Library * Conservatory * Cloakroom/ WC * Utility Room * 5 Bedrooms * 2 En-Suites * Family Bathroom * Oil Fired Heating* Landscaped Gardens * Rural Views * 1 Bed Self Contained Annexe * EPC Ratings F
The property is located along a small country lane within the easily accessible hamlet of Phocle Green approximately 2 miles east of Ross-on-Wye which offers a wide range of shopping, social and sporting facilities. The nearby villages of Upton Bishop and Weston Under Penyard have excellent village pubs/restaurant. The M50 is approximately 2 miles and gives good access to the Midlands and M5. Close access to both Ross-On-Wye and South Herefordshire golf clubs.
The property is entered via:
Canopied front entrance with spotlight, cobbled stone flooring and lantern leads to:
Part glazed front entrance door leading to:
Reception/Dining Hall: 20' x 9'7" (6.1m x 2.92m).
A large and welcoming hallway with plenty of room for dining table, coat rails etc. Radiator, power points. Glazed door to rear garden. Galleried landing with full turned staircase and cupboard beneath, feature beam. Panelled door to:
Living Room: 25'6" x 14' (7.77m x 4.27m).
A spacious room of enormous character with feature ceiling beams. Stone elevation with fireplace with fitted wood burning stove on a slab hearth. Two leaded glazed windows looking out to the rear garden with views of farmland. Central french doors which also lead out. Ceiling spotlights, ample power points, radiators. Door through to:
Study/Sitting Room: 16'9" x 13'3" (5.11m x 4.04m).
Again a lovely character room ideal for use as a TV room, library etc with fitted book shelving. Beamed ceiling, halogen inset spotlights, radiator, power points. TV point. French doors leading out to garden, additional french doors leading to:
Conservatory: 28'2" (8.59m) x approx 11'6" (3.51m).
Again no shortage of space in this fabulous conservatory with double glazed windows and hardwood construction. Slate flooring, exposed stone elevations to non glazed areas. Plenty of options with three pairs of double glazed french doors leading to front, side and rear giving easy access to the hot tub area and garden. Ceiling lights and fans, wall light points, power points.
Formal Dining Room or Additional Sitting Room: 17'3" x 11'7" (5.26m x 3.53m).
A nice light room with feature ceiling beams, again plenty of character. Three double glazed windows with quarry tiled sills, radiator, power points, wall light points, picture lights.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 13'2" x 13' (4.01m x 3.96m).
Being extremely well fitted with a range of oak fronted base and matching wall units with leaded and glazed display cupboards, ample work surfaces with inset granite cutting blocks. 'Neff' ceramic induction hob with stainless steel extractor hood over. Additional built in appliances to include 'Neff' double oven, 'Seimens' dishwasher and fridge. attractively tiled surrounds. . 'Amitco' African slate design flooring. Beamed ceiling, ceiling spotlights, power points, TV point. Feature beams. Plenty of natural light with views over the garden through the four leaded windows. Ledge and brace cottage door leading into:
Again with 'Amtico' African slate design flooring. Leaded window, space for fridge etc. Glazed panelled door leading to:
Utility Room: 7'3" x 5'4" (2.21m x 1.63m).
Having base unit with inset stainless steel sink unit with matching oak fronted double wall cupboard. Space for tall fridge/freezer. Plumbing for dishwasher, space for dryer. Work surfaces with tiled surrounds. Leaded window to side and part glazed stable door leading out to front canopy porch.
From the Inner Hall a ledge and brace cottage door leads to:
With classical white suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, part tiled walls and leaded window to front aspect.
From Reception Hall a full turned staircase leads to:
With part vaulted ceiling and exposed A frame beams and purlins. Plenty of natural light with windows to most elevations. Ornate balustrade lighting. Power points, radiators. Cottage doors to fitted wardrobe/storage cupboards.
Master Bedroom Suite:
With entrance hall and squared arch leading through to:
Main Bedroom Area.16'9" x 16'1" (5.11m x 4.9m).
A good sized room with plenty of room for four poster bed if desired. A range of built in wardrobes, storage cupboards and shelving. Plenty of natural light with leaded windows to front and side aspects with views over surrounding farmland and the gardens to the property. Radiators and power points. Door into:
En-Suite Bathroom: 12' x 8'6" (3.66m x 2.59m).
With enamel panelled bath with shower mixer. Bidet, low level WC and classical white pedestal wash hand basin. Window to rear aspect. Door to storage linen cupboard.
Bedroom 2: 17'9" x 13' (5.41m x 3.96m) approx.
A superb guest suite with part vaulted ceiling and exposed A frame beams. Large leaded rear aspect with fantastic views over surrounding countryside, additional windows to two other elevations giving the room plenty of natural light. Radiator, power points. Door into:
En-Suite Shower Room:
With large glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower mixer, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tile radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights and leaded window to front.
Bedroom 3: 12'5" x 10'7" (3.78m x 3.23m) plus wardrobe recess.
Again a double room with large leaded window to rear aspect with views over surrounding countryside and garden. Radiator, power points.
Bedroom 4: 11'2" x 8'5" (3.4m x 2.57m).
A double bedroom. Exposed part vaulted ceiling with tall leaded window. Power points and radiator.
Bedroom 5: 12'5" x 8'7" (3.78m x 2.62m).
With part vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, radiator, power points, tall leaded window with views to farmland.
Having classical white period style suite comprising roll top, claw foot bath with shower mixer. Savoy pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and corner glazed and tiled shower cubicle with amazon shower mixer and detachable shower mixer. Ceiling spotlights, tall radiator and leaded glazed window.
Detached stone self contained annexe:
With french door leading into:
Kitchen/Living Area: 24'6" x 10'10" (7.47m x 3.3m).
A lovely character room with high vaulted ceiling, exposed original A frame beams. The living area is fitted with wood burning stove. Window to garden. TV point, power points and night storage heater.
Window to front aspect. Fitted with a range of cream shaker base units with work surface and inset stainless steel sink. Halogen ceiling spotlights, power points. Ledge and brace cottage door leading into:
Bedroom: 11'8" x 10'8" (3.56m x 3.25m).
Again character with exposed vaulted ceiling, exposed A frame beams and purlins. Night storage heater. Window to front aspect, additional stable door leading out to garden. Power points. Door to:
En-Suite Shower Room:
With glazed and tiled shower cubicle with fitted electric shower. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel radiator, ceiling spotlights.
A splayed entrance from the quite country lane with double gates and additional pedestrian gate leading into large gravel parking and turning area where there is a useful garden shed and access to:
Double Garage: 24'1" x 13'6" (7.34m x 4.11m) With twin up and over doors. Power points and oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating.
Beautifully landscaped gardens with mature stone flagged patio areas, additional raised gravelled areas taking in the sun and shade. Well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders, water feature. An array of maturing fruit trees, Silver Birch etc enclosed by walling and hedging.
Directions From Ross On Wye proceed to the roundabout at the junction of the M50 take the small country lane between the Beefeater restaurant and the M50, proceed for about 300 yards turning right at the small cross roads. Proceed down this country lane for approximately half a mile past the gates to Rudhall Manor, take the next right and the property will be found a short distance on the right hand side.
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