Sandyway, St Weonards, Tydvil Cottage, Ross-On-Wye HR2


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  • Bedrooms: 2
Tydvil cottage, sandyway, st. Weonards, ross-on-wye, herefordshire, HR2 8NX

attractive, stone-built semi-detached cottage with rural rear outlook across farmland and countryside. Many attractive features including exposed brickwork and beams. Additional detached annexe suitable for varying purposes. Garden with mature fruit trees and patio areas for both morning and evening sun.

Main House - Entrance Hall, 19’ Sitting Room, 23’ Kitchen/Dining Room, Study, Two Bedrooms, Family Bathroom/W.C.

Annexe – Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Bedroom, Bathroom, Separate W.C.

Location & DescriptionTydvil is set some 7 miles west of Ross-on-Wye on the outskirts of St. Weonards, a village with amenities desired by many including church, primary school, village hall and Post Office/Shop. Although the property fronts the A466 Hereford to Monmouth road, the cottage has to the rear a very rural aspect over open farmland and countryside. With regard to communications, Monmouth, Hereford, Ross and the M50 are all within 20 minutes drive.

The cottage is of stone construction with lots of internal exposed beams, brickwork and other attractive features. The primary rooms are all of good proportions and are conducive to what could be a wonderful family home. With the addition of the separate, detached annexe which has varying possibilities from offices for one who may wish to keep their business away from the house, a self-catering letting unit, or perhaps bringing a relative whom can live independently with someone on the doorstep when needed, this property offers a lot of options for a potential purchaser. In detail the property comprises:-

Entrance HallWith much natural light admitted from window with distressed wood sill overlooking garden, as well as windows in sitting room and kitchen. A pair of doors give access to a cupboard housing the Worcester Heat Slave 20/25 oil fired boiler. Plumbing for washing machine. Coat hooks and shelves. Attractive slate floor. Ceiling beams and some exposed stone work. Archway and small step down leads to:

Sitting Room (of overall max dimensions approx. 19’7 x 11’2)A generously proportioned room with many features including ceiling beams, exposed stone work and window seats. A stone fireplace with flagstone hearth and wooden mantle over houses the multi fuel burning stove. Two large windows plus door with small glazed panel admit natural light and give outlook over the front patio area. Attractive wooden floor. Service hatchway through to:

Kitchen/Dining Room (of overall max dimensions approx. 23’ x 8’9)With windows and glazed French Doors to two elevations, allowing lovely views across rear patio garden and countryside/farmland beyond. In addition, a Velux roof light makes this a wonderfully light and open room. Cream, floor mounted, Shaker style cupboards with wooden worktops over and inset, white, one and a half bowl composite sink with chrome mixer taps over. Latched door to Pantry with plenty of shelving space and power to allow for positioning of microwave etc. Ceiling beams. Slate floor continuing from Entrance Hall. Stairs lead from here to:

Study (overall max dimensions approx. 8’11 x 8’9)Set on a lower first floor level than the bedrooms and bathroom, and accessed from half way up the staircase. Of overall max dimensions approx. 8’11 x 8’9 and having dormer style window with fantastic views across farmland to trees beyond. Although much of this room has limited head height it would make for a most fantastic working space with views you wouldn’t find in many offices!

Bedroom 1 (of overall max dimensions 13’9 x 8’5)A very quirky room with a selection of recessed alcoves with appealing wooden bases of varying size and positioning along one wall. Window to front elevation overlooking front patio. Built in wardrobe/shelving space which creates most practical tucked away storage. Attractive waney edged ceiling beams.

Bedroom 2 (3.51m (11'6") x 3.40m (11'2"))Again with alcoves set into one wall. Exposed wall beam sides and wooden base. Window to front elevation. Further attractive ceiling beams. Hatch to loft area.

Family Bathroom/W.C.Of a most practical size, allowing space for both the roll top, ball and claw footed bath with chrome mixer taps and shower attachment over. Shower cubicle with glazed screen and door. White pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Window to front elevation plus small window with leaded and stained-glass work to side elevation. Floorboards and ceiling beams.

AnnexeEntrance Hall of generous proportions with double doors to Airing Cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with immersion heater. Fitted carpet. Doors through to:

Sitting Room (3.66m (12'0") x 3.33m (10'11"))With large triple bay of windows overlooking countryside. Fitted carpet. Loft access hatch.

Bedroom (3.51m (11'6") x 3.40m (11'2"))With a large window to the front elevation. Fitted carpets.

BathroomWith window to garden. Having white suite comprising bath with mixer taps and shower attachment and pedestal wash hand basin.

Separate W.C. With obscured window to front elevation, having W.C. And pedestal wash hand basin.

OutsideA pedestrian gate from the Generous Parking Area leads onto a set of large flagstone steps which proceed down to the front of the property to an attractively laid Patio Area surrounded by stone walls. Set between the house and the annexe is an area that is Laid to Lawn with most productive apple and plum trees together with other shrub and tree species. A Garden Shed approx. 10’ x 8’ sits behind the annex, tucked out of the way, and partially screened by trees, albeit needing some maintenance, this offers a most useful storage space. With direct access from the Kitchen/ Dining Room French doors is a continuation of similar patio area to that at the front of the property with Lawn Area beyond, delineated by railway sleepers and leading ones eye towards the rear boundary fence with most appealing views beyond across farmland and countryside.

ServicesMains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Outgoings: ‘C’ Council Tax Band

EPC rating: ‘E’ (Full EPC Rating available)

To ViewStrictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on .

DirectionsLeave the western outskirts of Ross at Wilton Roundabout (bp Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. Approximately 1 mile after passing Pengethley Garden Centre on your right, take the left hand turning sign posted Orcop. Follow this lane to a major crossroads with the A466 and turn left sign posted Welsh Newton & Monmouth, within 200 yards, Tydvil will be on your right hand side.

Please note: When driving in and out of this property, we advise proceeding with caution due to the blind access onto the A466. We recommend reversing into the parking area to allow driving straight out when leaving. When leaving the property, there is a mirror on the telegraph pole to the left which will assist with vision down the hill.

Money Laundering RegulationsTo comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.
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Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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