New Street, Ross-On-Wye HR9


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Location & Description

The property comprises a delightful, three-bedroom town residence, constructed during the second half of the 20th century. Considering one is so close to the town centre, the tucked away seclusion leads to an oasis of calm, and lying to the northeast of the house is a lovely walled courtyard garden with summer house adjacent, and this receives a high degree of available sunlight.

The property is essentially constructed on two levels, but there is also a most useful carpeted basement with power, lighting and masses of shelving and cupboards, which is currently used as a study/office, but would also be a fantastic workroom for hobbyists. The ground floor has two principal reception rooms, separated by a 20' kitchen/breakfast room, whilst to the first floor are two en-suite double bedrooms plus a smaller third bedroom. Views from certain windows extend across the town outskirts towards distant hills.

Outside, as well as the courtyard, pergola and paving, there is a garage and two parking spaces.

All the facilities of the town are within walking distance, whilst slightly further away is the River Wye, Rope Walk and adjoining meadows.

For those needing good access to fast communications, the M50 motorway/A40 dual carriageway may be accessed at either Wilton or Labels Roundabouts, leading into the national motorway network. In detail the property comprises:-

Reception Hall (approx. 12'0 x 7'3)

Having double glazed windows to two elevations, each with screening blinds and with third double glazed window towards kitchen. Vinyl flooring and double-glazed sliding door though to:

Dining Room (of overall max dimensions approx. 16'6 x 10'2)

Having double glazed window to rear elevation admitting much light. Attractive coving to ceiling and recessed display shelving with storage drawer and cupboard beneath. Fitted carpet.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (of overall max dimensions approx. 21'0 x 9'3)

Having a wide range of floor mounted cupboard and drawers with roll edged, Beech effect working surfaces over. Incorporated amidst these units is the Zanussi four ring gas hob with extractor hood over.

Also incorporated is a glass fronted oven with recess for microwave over. Bosch dishwasher. One and a half bowl sink with waste disposal unit beneath and chrome mixer tap over. Extensive double glazing to three elevations, again with Venetian blinds. Extensive range of complementary wall mounted cupboards. Oak effect vinyl flooring.

Lounge (of max dimensions approx. 20'0 x 14'0)

Having a far reaching outlook across extensive parts of the town towards open countryside beyond. Further double glazed window and French doors opening onto the paving alongside the house, from where steps lead down to the appealing Walled Courtyard (see later) Attractive fireplace surround with Slate hearth and mantle. The fireplace currently houses an electric, coal effect fire. Coving to ceiling and five ceiling mounted light fittings. Attractive curtains and poles to all windows

Laundry/Utility Room

With plumbing for washing machine and wall mounted Vaillant Eco Tech Plus gas fired central heating boiler. White corner wash hand basin with cupboard alongside and high-level storage shelving. Part glazed door to exterior. Door through to:

Cloaks & W.C.

With low level W.C. And further door through to a set of carpeted wooden steps leading down to the:

Hobbies Room/Study (approx. 12'6 by 12'6)

Having recessed storage cupboards, under stair storage cupboards and extensive recessed shelving. White painted walls, fitted carpet and power points.

Bedroom One (of overall max dimensions approx. 20'6 x 13'6.)

Wonderfully light, and having double glazed window to front elevation enabling far reaching views over the town outskirts and double-glazed Velux roof light to rear elevation enabling an outlook towards both Chase, Penyard and May Hills. Built in wardrobes with additional low level storage cupboards and drawers built in beneath the Velux window. Two additional wardrobes to rear corners. Fitted carpet.

En-Suite Shower Room & W.C.

Recently and superbly fitted in white, and comprising extra-large, glazed shower cubicle housing the chrome thermostatic shower with both moveable and drench heads. Wide wash hand basin with cupboards and storage drawers beneath, bidet and close coupled low-level W.C. Positioned over the wash hand basin is an extra wide mirror with wide wall-mounted light over. Additional wall-mounted light fittings and capacious shelving and wall mounted cupboards, all to match. Tall white towel rail/radiator. Double glazed Velux roof light complete with blind.

Bedroom Two (approx. 12'0 x 12'0)

Having wide double-glazed window to front elevation, complete with blind. Extensive wardrobe and cupboard storage to either side of the bedhead. Additional built-in wardrobe opposite. Fitted carpet. Door through to:

En-Suite Bath/Shower Room and W.C.

Having carpet panelled bath with glazed side screen and Mira Excel thermostatic shower over. Low level W.C. And vanity unit comprising wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath. Mirror, strip light and shaver point. Double glazed window with blind to exterior making this a naturally light bathroom.

Bedroom Three (approx. 8'3 x 7'6)

Having fitted carpet and double-glazed Velux roof light enabling outlook across the town towards Chase, Penyard and May Hills.


To the front of the property is an Attractively Paved Forecourt/ Courtyard fringed by colourful flower and shrub beds, species including fine cut Acer, Mexican Orange Blossom and others.

The paving continues past the kitchen and sitting room windows providing excellent space for external table and chairs, and leading on around the north side of the property, where wide steps lead down to the Principal Walled Courtyard of overall max dimensions approx. 38'0 x 27'6.

Forming a central feature of this most appealing Walled Garden is a Lily Pond complete with small fountain and planting to its fringes.

Surrounding the pond there is an Extensive Area of Paving, with low flower beds positioned to several borders. These host a wide variety of shrubs and flowers, species including fine cut Acer, Camellia, Hydrangea, Mexican Orange Blossom, Hosta, Lavender and many more.

Flanking the eastern boundary is a Wooden Summer House/Workshop, overall maximum dimensions of same being approx. 14'0 by 7'0, the summer house having extensive glazing to its west facing front, lighting and power points.

Not far away is the Single Garage, currently used as a workshop and storage area, and having lighting, power and extensive shelving. Additionally, there is parking space for two vehicles.


If approaching from Wilton roundabout on the western outskirts of Ross (bp service station) drive towards Ross, over the River Wye bridge and ascending to the top of Edde Crosse Street. Take the first turning right off Edde Crosse Street into New Street and take a 90 degree left turning approximately halfway along New Street, immediately before a large building known as Berkeley House. Proceed straight along to Berkeley Mews.

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Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected.

BT broadband availability speeds: Up to 50Mb (Quoted from by using the property's postcode)

outgoings: ‘B' Council Tax Band EPC rating: ‘D' (Full EPC Rating available)

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Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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