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3 bedroom character property for sale

Lea, Ross-on-Wye

Sold STC £340,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Development Opp house
  • Garage
  • Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A MOST INTERESTING REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY SITUATED IN A VERY PLEASANT VILLAGE LOCATION COMPRISING AN INDIVIDUAL 3 BEDROOMED CHARACTER HOUSE WITH ADJOINING STONE BARN AND VARIOUS OUTBUILDINGS. ADDITIONAL LAND MAY BE AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION.

CONTACT LEDBURY OFFICE

Location & Description:
In a pleasant village location an interesting opportunity to acquire a very individual character property with adjoining stone barn and a range of outbuildings all offering considerable potential for redevelopment subject to any necessary consent.

The house benefits from oil fired central heating and partial double glazing. It briefly comprises on the ground floor a canopy porch, reception hall, spacious sitting room, kitchen, rear lobby and a utility room with Wc off. On the first floor the landing gives access to three bedrooms and a bathroom. Barn End has lawned gardens and a driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles and gives access to a large open fronted garage. It should be noted that additional land that adjoins this property may be available by separate negotiation.

The property is conveniently situated in the popular village of Lea which has an excellent range of local facilities including a village shop, garage, public house, primary school and church. The historic riverside town of Ross on Wye is approximately 5 miles distant and the city of Gloucester approximately 12 miles distant both of which provide further excellent amenities. The M50 motorway is easily accessible at Ross on Wye.


PLANNING PERMISSION
The various outbuildings and barn offer considerable potential for redevelopment subject to any necessary consent. It should be noted that planning consent was granted by Herefordshire Council in 1986 for the conversion of the barn to a dwelling. A further consent was granted in 1990 for the conversion of the outbuildings and barn into 5 holiday units. It should be noted that both these consents have now lapsed.


The accommodation comprises (with approximate dimensions):

Canopy Porch
Reception Hall:
With glazed front door. Single radiator. Stairs to first floor.

Sitting Room:
6.68m (21ft 11in) max x 5.26m (17ft 3in) max
With brick fireplace. Tv aerial point. Coving. Three double radiators. Built-in understairs cupboard. Single glazed multi-paned window to front. Three double glazed windows to side.

Kitchen:
4.47m (14ft 8in) plus lobby x 2.87m (9ft 5in) max
With stainless steel sink with base unit under. Further base units. Wall mounted cupboards. Tall storage cupboard. Work surfaces with tiled surrounds. Cooker point. Double and single radiators. Single glazed windows to front and rear.

Rear Lobby:
With pantry cupboard off. Connecting door to utility room. Half glazed door to side giving access to the rear garden.

Utility Room:
6.68m (21ft 11in) max x 2.18m (7ft 2in) max
With plumbing for washing machine. Half glazed door to side giving access to a courtyard and the rear garden.

Cloakroom Off:
With wash hand basin. Wc. Oil fired central heating boiler. Single glazed window to rear.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing:
With airing cupboard containing lagged hot water cylinder. Single glazed window to rear with pleasant outlook over garden and countryside beyond.

Bedroom 1:
4.27m (14ft 0in) x 3.66m (12ft 0in)
With large built-in double wardrobe. Double radiator. Double glazed window to front.

Bedroom 2:
3.51m (11ft 6in) x 3m (9ft 10in) max
With single radiator. Double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 3:
2.95m (9ft 8in) max x 2.62m (8ft 7in) max
Having a fitted desk top and shelving unit. Single radiator. Single glazed window to front.

Bathroom:
Fitted with a coloured suite comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment and tiled surrounds. Wash hand basin. Wc. Shaver light point. Single radiator. Single glazed window to rear.

Outside:
A gated driveway to the side of Barn End provides vehicular access to the property and leads to a large open fronted garage (23'6 x 9'5) and a further derelict outbuilding. Double iron gates off the driveway lead through to a courtyard garden which is mainly laid to lawn with established plants and shrubs. Arranged around the courtyard are an assortment of outbuildings including a former cow shed, open fronted store and various other barns and stores. Attached to the house itself is a large stone barn (approximately 37' x 16') with double wooden doors opening on to the courtyard.

Additional land adjoining the property may be available by separate negotiation.

AGENTS NOTE
It should be noted that there is an additional outbuilding, the ground floor of which is owned by the neighbouring property Lea Hall whilst the first floor is in the ownership of Barn End and therefore subject to a Flying Freehold.

It should also be noted that Barn End enjoys a right of pedestrian access over the driveway of the neighbouring Lea Hall to gain access to the front door of the property and also to an archway which leads through to the courtyard at the rear.


SERVICES
We have been advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Drainage is understood to be to a private system. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and all interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.

TENURE
We are advised subject to legal verification that the property is Freehold.

VIEWING
By appointment to be made through the Agent's Ledbury Office (Tel. 01531 634648).

COUNCIL TAX BANDE
(This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation).

DIRECTIONS
Proceed out of Ledbury on the A449 in the direction of Ross on Wye. Continue though the village of Much Marcle and after approximately 4 miles turn left at the Old Gore crossroads onto the B4224 towards Mitcheldean. At the top of the hill turn right immediately after the Moody Cow public house and continue on the B4224 in the direction of Mitcheldean. Proceed under the M50 and past the South Herefordshire Golf Course. Continue through Bromsash and proceed to the end of this road. At the t-junction with the A40 turn left sign posted to Gloucester. Proceed into the village of Lea and continue straight over the traffic lights. Proceed up the hill for a short distance and the entrance driveway to Barn End will be located on the right hand side.

Attached Stone Barn
Various Outbuildings
Driveway / Garage
Ground Floor Plan:
(not to scale)

First Floor Plan
Site Plan:
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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
02 November 2016

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