Yatton, Ross-on-Wye

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Stunning Location, Recently Renovated, Four Bedrooms, >4 Acres, EPC: E, Lot 2 11.36 acres of grassland either side of the front drive, Lot 3 A courtyard of traditional buildings and the large barn with planning to create a new home as well as a number of other buildings including a large modern building in all about 2.5 acres, Studio Annex EPC: E

Situation: Lodge Farm is peacefully located in a hidden valley, and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in southern Herefordshire. It is within a few miles of the M50, with its fast links to the Midlands, M5 and South Wales. The market town of Ross-on-Wye, overlooking the river, is nearby. The area is renowned for excellent schools. Rail stations are at Newport (London Paddington), Gloucester, Hereford and Ledbury.

Lot 1 Lodge Farm

Lodge Farm is hidden from view until driving over the rise down the front drive. As it meanders down the hill, the drive passes the pond and arrives to the side of the house, where there is ample parking and the entrance to the back drive and the new timber framed open sided double garage, with its wood store and dog kennel. The house has been sensitively and beautifully refurbished, with certain areas retaining their historical past, in particular the parlour, with its old grate and oven. The house has been reroofed, rewired and re-plumbed. The basement, now tanked, could be a nursery. The kitchen is fully fitted, with a four oven oil fired Aga and with glimpses of the front garden and pond when the front door is open. The drawing room is bright, with French doors to the garden. There are four bedrooms on the first floor, with the main bedroom having an en suite bathroom, and a family bathroom at the top of the stairs. The garden surrounds the house, with the pond below the house constructed at the same time the house was refurbished. The house and its grounds, including the pond and front drive, amount to about 4.27 acres (1.69 ha).

Lot 2 The Additional Land

Either side of the drive, there are two grass paddocks that are available as a separate Lot. These two fields have a westerly sloping aspect, the larger field having road frontage. The total area of grassland amounts to about 11.36 acres (4.59 ha).

Lot 3 The Courtyard and other buildings

To the north of Lodge Farm, and accessed along the back drive, is a courtyard of traditional buildings as well as a modern and other traditional farm buildings. Forming one side of the courtyard, is the old estate office, which has been converted into a self-contained one bedroomed cottage. The remaining part of the square is formed by a large brick barn, which has planning to be converted into a single dwelling (ref: SE2000/1990/F), which incorporates the lean-to building on the west side.

Along the back drive, there are a number of traditional buildings, including a Bothy, sheds, pigsties and store rooms, as well as a modern steel portal framed building of two bays, measuring approximately 12m x 12m. The land incorporates a small orchard and paddock. This area amounts to about 2.4 acres (0.97 ha).

Directions: From Ross-on-Wye, proceed along the dual carriageway towards the M50 taking the left turn at the Travellers Rest towards Ledbury on the A449. Continue for approx 5.5 miles and upon reaching the turning for Hereford, proceed left and at the small crossroads continue straight over, signposted Perrystone Hill. Continue on this road for approximately 1.5 miles as it winds through the hamlet. The top driveway can be found on the left-hand side.Acreage:4.17

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