Bridstow, Ross-on-Wye, Hfds, HR9

£550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A four bedroom detached Grade II listed former farmhouse of immense character with gardens that enjoy views over the surrounding countryside. Having undergone sympathetic improvements by the present owners to include new central heating system, double glazed windows and lime plaster throughout.

A four bedroom detached Grade II listed former farmhouse of immense character with gardens that enjoy views over the surrounding countryside. Having undergone sympathetic improvements by the present owners to include new central heating system, double glazed windows and lime plaster throughout.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Moor Court is Grade II listed and is believed to date back to the early 1700's. Original construction being principally of part timber and stone under an appealing pantile roof. The property was greatly improved and altered in the 1980's and has since undergone further improvements by the present owner.

The property occupies a delightful rural location adjoining farmland on the western outskirts of Bridstow. The front of the property having a wonderful southerly aspect across the beautiful valley of the Wells Brook.

Positioned against the eastern boundary of the property is a most versatile range of outbuildings, whilst the principal garden lies directly to the rear of the house.

Despite its rural feel, the property is within literally minutes' drive of Ross-on-Wye and its motorway connections. the village of Bridstow has itself an excellent local primary school, historic Church, village hall and bus service. with the nearby village of Peterstow offering shop, post office and off licence.

The property is entered via:

Flagstone steps and sloping pathway leading up to woodgrain uPVC double glazed front entrance door with glazed inset. Leading into:

Dining Hall: 15'1" x 14'6" (4.6m x 4.42m)

A room full of a wealth of character with original stone recessed inglenook fireplace with raised flagstone hearth and original hardwood beam over. Feature beams to the ceiling and staircase with useful understairs storage cupboard. Engineered Oak flooring. Radiator. Door to:

Living Room: 15'1" x 14'6" (4.6m x 4.42m)

Continuing the characterful feel with Light Oak effect uPVC window to front aspect. Engineered Oak flooring flows through from the dining hall. Exposed timber wall. Exposed ceiling beams. Stone fireplace with raised flagstone hearth and recessed fire. Radiator. Fitted wall lights.

From the dining hall, door leads to:

Utility Room: 9' x 6' (2.74m x 1.83m)

Light Oak effect uPVC window to rear aspect. Belfast sink with range of base mounted cream Shaker style units. Plumbing for washing machine, space for timber dryer or freezer. Beech worktops. Exposed ceiling beams. Doorway to:

Study: 9' x 5'9" (2.74m x 1.75m)

A continuation of the Shaker style units. Space for desk. Light Oak effect uPVC door to side entrance. Wall lights.

From dining hall, steps lead down to:

Rear Lobby:

With hanging space for coats. Wood effect flooring. uPVC woodgrain door leading out to rear courtyard. Door to:

Bathroom:

Obscured Light Oak effect uPVC window to rear aspect, a white suite comprising oak panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and tiled surround, large pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Part tiled walls. Part exposed wall timbers.

Steps lead down to:

Kitchen/Dining Room: 15'1" x 14'4" (4.6m x 4.37m)

Light Oak effect uPVC windows to front and rear aspects with deep display niches. Further uPVC door out to front patio. Range of Oak fronted base and wall mounted units. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Single bowl drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Oven with hob beneath. Ceiling beams, extractor fan, ceramic tiled flooring and tiled splashbacks. Rayburn which is currently decommissioned and would require servicing but could provide an additional heating and cooking source. Recessed wine racking with storage beneath.

The dining hall has two staircases providing access to two separate sleeping quarters.

Small Landing Space:

With exposed beams. Access to roof space. Door to:

Bedroom 1: 15'4" x 14' (4.67m x 4.27m)

With some restricted head room with exposed ceiling timbers. Light Oak effect uPVC window to side aspect with views over farmland. Power points. Access to insulated loft space.

Bedroom 2: 15' x 14'11" (4.57m x 4.55m)

Full of character with exposed chimney features with Victorian style fireplace. Exposed beams and wall timbers. Light Oak effect uPVC window to rear aspect. Radiator.

The Second Landing.

Light oak effect double glazed window to front aspect. Matching doors providing access to:

Bedroom 3: 13'2" x 12'1" (4.01m x 3.68m)

Light Oak effect uPVC window to rear aspect. Exposed timbers, raised storage area with access to loft space. Radiator.

Bedroom 4: 15'7" x 7'5" (4.75m x 2.26m)

Light Oak effect uPVC window to side and rear aspects. Radiator. Door to newly fitted LPG central heating system which is approx. 12 months old.

Outside:

Five bar vehicular and pedestrian gates open onto a tarmac driveway which leads up towards the front of the property, swinging around in two areas to provide generous parking spaces for several vehicles.

The front boundary comprises a very old stone wall, whilst forming a small island to the left of the tarmac driveway is an area of lawn.

Positioned to the east side of the driveway is a substantial and versatile series of outbuildings, fronted by three sets of wooden doors and being of overall total max dimensions 33' x 10' (10.06m x 3.05m). These are of stone and/or brick construction with part weather boarded elevations under an attractive, mono pitched pantile roof.

Lying between the front wall of the kitchen and the north wall of the outbuildings, currently capped with concrete, is the former well and eight shallow flag stone steps lead from this area up to the front door of the property.

To the rear of the property there is access to side of property which leads around to the rear. The rear gardens have a sunken terrace ideal for summer dining. Rising pathway leads up to uncultivated rear garden enjoying views over surrounding farmland and are enclosed by modern panelled fencing and stock proof post and rail to the rear.

Agents Note:

The Grade II listed Granary building immediately to the south west of Moor Court forms part of the barn conversion to the west of Moor Court and is in separate ownership. It can only be used for domestic storage and not for residential living accommodation.

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Directions:

Proceed out of town towards Wilton and continue straight over onto the A49 towards Hereford. Take the second right signposted Hoarwithy. Take the first left and after approximately 200 yards passing the large Horse Chestnut tree. the property will be found on the right hand side after approximately 100 yards.The property is entered via:

Flagstone steps and sloping pathway leading up to woodgrain uPVC double glazed front entrance door with glazed inset. Leading into:

Dining Hall:4.6m x 4.42m (15' 1" x 14' 6")

A room full of a wealth of character with original stone recessed inglenook fireplace with raised flagstone hearth and original hardwood beam over. Feature beams to the ceiling and staircase with useful understairs storage cupboard. Engineered Oak flooring. Radiator. Door to:

Living Room:4.6m x 4.42m (15' 1" x 14' 6")

Continuing the characterful feel with light Oak woodgrain uPVC window to front aspect. Engineered Oak flooring flows through from the dining hall. Exposed timber wall. Exposed ceiling beams. Stone fireplace with raised flagstone hearth and recessed fire. Radiator. Fitted wall lights.

From the dining hall, door leads to:

Utility Room:2.74m x 1.83m (9' 0" x 6' 0")

Light Oak woodgrain uPVC window to rear aspect. Belfast sink with range of base mounted cream Shaker style units. Plumbing for washing machine, space for timber dryer or freezer. Beech worktops. Exposed ceiling beams. Doorway to:

Study:2.74m x 1.75m (9' 0" x 5' 9")

A continuation of the Shaker style units. Space for desk. Light Oak woodgrain uPVC door to side entrance. Wall lights.

From dining hall, steps lead down to:

Rear Lobby:

With hanging space for coats. Wood effect flooring. uPVC woodgrain door providing access out to rear. Wood effect flooring. uPVC woodgrain door leading out to rear courtyard. Door to:

Bathroom:

Steps lead down to:

Kitchen/Dining Room:4.6m x 4.37m (15' 1" x 14' 4")

Light Oak double glazed windows to front and rear aspects with deep display niches. Further uPVC door out to front patio. Range of Oak fronted base and wall mounted units. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Single bowl drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Oven with hob beneath. Ceiling beams, extractor fan, ceramic tiled flooring and tiled splashbacks. Rayburn which is currently decommissioned and would require servicing but could provide an additional heating and cooking source. Recessed wine racking with storage beneath.

The dining hall has two staircases providing access to two separate sleeping quarters.

Small Landing Space:

With exposed beams. Access to roof space. Door to:

Bedroom 1:4.67m x 4.27m (15' 4" x 14' 0")

With some restricted head room with exposed ceiling timbers. Double glazed window to side aspect with views over farmland. Power points. Access to insulated loft space.

Bedroom 2:4.57m x 4.55m (15' 0" x 14' 11")

Full on immense character with exposed chimney features with Victorian style fireplace. Exposed beams and wall timbers. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator.

The second landing.

With double glazed window to front aspect. Matching doors providing access to:

Bedroom 3:4.01m x 3.68m (13' 2" x 12' 1")

Double glazed window to rear aspect. Exposed timbers, raised storage area with access to loft space. Radiator.

Bedroom 4:4.75m x 2.26m (15' 7" x 7' 5")

Light Oak double glazed window to side and rear aspects. Radiator. Door to newly fitted LPG central heating system which is approx 12 months old.

Outside:

To the rear of the property there is access to side of property which leads around to the rear. The rear gardens have a sunken terrace ideal for summer dining. Rising pathway leads up to uncultivated rear garden enjoying views over surrounding farmland and are enclosed by modern panelled fencing and stock proof post and rail to the rear.

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