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Reference: 37195_WRR190201, 8 Bedroom  For Sale in ROSS-ON-WYE, HEREFORDSHIRE s-available

Ref: 37195_WRR190201 | Price: £799,950

A traditional Grade II listed farmhouse offering flexible accommodation which would easily accommodate multi-generational living and offer further potential with detached derelict cottage, substantial workshop. Set admits rolling countryside with gardens and paddocks of over an acre.

Key Features

  • High Speed Fibre
  • Stable & Workshop
  • Derelict Cottage
  • Rural Location
  • Gardens & Paddock of Over an Acre
  • Tradiditional Grade II Listed Farmhouse
  • Flexible Living Accommodation
  • Suitable for Multi Generaltional Living
  • 6/8 Bedrooms

Full Description

A traditional Grade II listed farmhouse offering flexible accommodation which would easily accommodate multi-generational living and offer further potential with detached derelict cottage, substantial workshop. Set admits rolling countryside with gardens and paddocks of over an acre.

Spacious accommodation in a peaceful setting with additional large workshop and stabling combine to make this property highly desirable. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a substantial property in the sought after area of Llangarron. Located in an idyllic setting yet just 5 minute drive for great links to South Wales and the Midlands via the A40 and M50 motorway. Llangarron lies equidistance from the market towns of Ross on Wye and Monmouth which have an excellent range of sporting, shopping and schooling. Treverven Farmhouse has been sympathetically restored by its present owners using only the finest materials and craftmanship, this coupled with its flexible living accommodation makes for the perfect multi-generational living space.

The property is entered via:
Enclosed Front Entrance Porch: With glazed double doors, glazed windows to side and front aspect. Flagstone floor. Further double doors with step down to:

Reception Hall: Having sealed flagstone underfloor heating. Full turn Elm staircase which leads to split level landing. Steps down into study area with door to cellar. Solid oak ledge and brace door with solid oak frame leads to

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 16'5" x 14'8" (5m x 4.47m). Having windows to front and rear aspects with deep window display niches, both enjoying an attractive outlook over the front gardens and kitchen gardens to the rear. Sealed flagstone underfloor central heating with its own thermostatic zone. The kitchen has been hand built with a bespoke range of oak fronted base and wall mounted units. Rolled edge granite worktops. Twin sink with drainer. Recessed space for dual fuel range cooker with fitted bespoke units. Granite splashbacks. Solid oak lintel. A lovely character farmhouse kitchen with ceiling beams. Solid oak door continuing through to:

Boot Room: With a continuation of flagstone flooring. Curved feature wall. Recessed cupboard with shelved storage. Flagstone floor then leads onto quarry tiled flooring. Hanging space for coats. Floor to ceiling window which provides natural sunlight. Ledge and brace door to:

Downstairs WC: Having attractive wood panelled walls. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.
Utility Room: 7'1" x 6'7" (2.16m x 2m). With recessed built in cupboard with extensive storage. Windows to side aspect. Incorporating curved feature wall. Base mounted units with space for washing machine. Single bowl drainer.

Rear Entrance Porch: With vaulted ceiling. Windows to side and rear aspect. Connecting doors through to side entrance and also through to the kitchen gardens.

From the reception hall:
Sitting Room: 16'5" x 14'4" (5m x 4.37m). Having two windows to front aspect. Window to side aspect creating a light and airy feel. Attractive stone fireplace with raised hearth and recessed wood burning stove. Decorative stone inlays. Radiator, ceiling beam.

From the split level landing:
Further Landing Space: With ledge and brace oak door with matching bespoke oak frame to:

Bedroom: 17'8" x 14'10" (5.38m x 4.52m). Two windows to front aspect. Stone hearth with decorative stone surround. Open grate. Exposed elm floorboards. Recessed cupboard. Exposed ceiling beams, exposed elm floor boards.

Shower Room: Window to front aspect enjoying views over gardens. Walk in enclosed mains pressured shower cubicle with deep display oak niches. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Wood panelled walls.

Bedroom/Sitting Room: 14'11" x 14'10" (4.55m x 4.52m).
Windows to front and rear aspects. Exposed ceiling beams. Feature fireplace with decorative surround. Steps up to:

Bedroom: 15'9" x 13'10" (4.8m x 4.22m). This could be bedroom or dressing room if required. Windows to front and side aspects. Deep oak display niches. Radiator.

Staircase leads to second landing: Having window to side aspect providing natural sunlight to area with part galleried landing. Ledge and brace door to:

Bedroom: 16'5" x 14'7" (5m x 4.45m). Window to side aspect enjoying farmland views over open Herefordshire countryside. Radiator. Built in storage cupboard.

Bathroom: Having been recently renovated to a particularly high standard. With solid oak flooring. Bespoke mounted oak cabinet. Wood panelled walls. White suite comprising claw footed roll top bath with mixer tap shower. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Extractor fan.

Master Bedroom: 19'4" x 14'5" (5.9m x 4.4m). Window to rear aspect. Fitted wall lights. Radiator. Oak framed doorway through to
Dressing Room:11'10" x 10'11" (3.6m x 3.33m). With window to side aspect with farmland views. A lovely character area with exposed A framed timbers. Radiator. Extensive hanging space. Access to eaves.

Inner Lobby & Study Area: Having sealed flagstone floor, the prefect spot for desk with recessed cupboard. Door to side entrance porch. Flagstone steps leading up to front entrance hall. Solid Oak door in rear lobby provides access down to:

Cellar: 16' x 12'11" Approx (4.88m x 3.94m Approx). Underfloor heating controls. Floor standing oil fired boiler with pressurised hot water cylinder. Power and lighting.

Snug: 17'7" x 13'4" (5.36m x 4.06m)
This could possibly provide a kitchen if required. With water in situ. Having windows to side aspects. Feature bread oven. Sealed flagstone floor with potential for underfloor heating. Recessed wood burning stove. Phone point. The central heating for this area is zoned off from the main house. Solid oak door to:

Staircase up to Second Floor Landing.
Sitting Room: 19'3" x 17'10" (5.87m x 5.44m). With windows to side and rear aspects with attractive outlooks. Exposed ceiling beams. Solid oak door to

Rear Entrance Porch: Glazed windows to side and rear aspects. Door to side. This could be made completely independent to the main house via this entrance, if required.

Second Landing: With attractive seating area. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Door to:

Bedroom: 15' x 9'1" (4.57m x 2.77m). Windows to rear aspect enjoying the fantastic views over countryside. Wood panelled walls. Door to:
En-Suite Shower Room: Concealed door to eaves storage. Walk in enclosed mains pressured shower cubicle. Tiled splashbacks. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.

Bedroom: 17' x 11'9" (5.18m x 3.58m). Having exposed ceiling beams. Wood panelled feature wall. Velux window to rear aspect.

Bathroom: 13'6" x 9' (4.11m x 2.74m).
Large window to side aspect enjoying views over rolling farmland. Built in airing cupboard with louvre doors. Modern white suite comprising low level WC. Cast iron bath and pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator.

From the Lobby Area to:
Outside: The property is approached via gravelled farm track with right of access over. This, in turn, provides access to a substantial hardstanding parking area which would easily accommodate several large vehicles. From the parking area two five bar gated pedestrian entrances provide access into the superb walled and fenced cottage style gardens which have well stocked herbaceous borders, numerous seating areas enjoying views over rolling farmland and onwards back toward Ross-on-Wye and St Marys church spire. Well stocked with flowering Magnolia, Monkey Puzzle tree and Acers. From the cottage garden, five bar gated entrance leads through to enclosed stock proof paddock with wildlife pond, which again enjoys fantastic views back towards Ross-on-Wye and the church in the distance. Pedestrian gate provides access to small copse of fruit trees, which incorporates a small wild meadow. From the paddock a five bar gates provides access to further paddock, again with lovely views over farmland and down towards Garron Brook and Garron Weir, within this paddock access can be gained to a re-built stable which provides additional storage, if required. This paddock can also be access via the farm track with twin five bar gated entrance providing access for large vehicles.
Access to re-built workshop/garage:
Garage Space: 14'3" x 9'10" (4.34m x 3m). Which has external power, water and lighting. Internal door provides access to: Workshop: 27’x 12’4” (8.23m x 3.76m) With self-levelling floor, substantial amount of power and lighting. Attached to the workshop is a former agricultural building with concrete floor and gated entrance. Directly opposite the farm track access can be gained to:
Substantial Derelict Cottage. Which, subject to necessary planning consents, could be converted to create further living accommodation or holiday let.
To the very rear of the property connecting both aspects of the cottage, access can be gained to a kitchen garden with privet hedging with an abundance of herbs and gravelled edge borders.

Directions: From the centre of Ross-on-Wye proceed out of town taking the A40 towards Monmouth. At Whitchurch proceed back over the dual carriageway bridge taking the A4137 towards Hereford. As the road drops down and you proceed over the hump back bridge turn immediately left signposted Llangarron. Continue for approximately 1 mile taking the first right, over the 6'6" bridge and up the hill for approximately 500 yards and turn left signposted Treverven. Proceed down farm track and the parking area for the property can be found immediately on the left hand side.

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