St. Weonards, Hereford HR2


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  • Bedrooms: 3

A stone built, three bedroom, detached country cottage occupying A dominant, valley side location which enables A completely unspoilt rural outlook across farmland and woodland. Despite this peaceful rural seclusion, village amenities are available just over A mile away.

Reception Hall, Cloaks & W.C., 21' Living Room with Wood Burning Stove, 12' Kitchen/Breakfast Room. First Floor comprises Three Bedrooms and Bathroom & W.C. Oil Fired Central Heating. Extensive Double Glazing. Lawned Garden. Sun Terrace. Adjoining Stone and Timber Outbuilding. Unspoilt Outlook.

Location & Description

Werndee Cottage occupies an elevated, valley side location some 9 miles west of Ross-on-Wye and the M50 motorway and enjoys a sunny south easterly aspect across adjacent farmland towards mature trees and woodland.The cottage is of stone construction under a composite slate roof, the chimney on the righthand side providing an outlet for the wood burning stove in the living room. The kitchen has been re-fitted in recent years, and the cottage has the advantage of a downstairs cloaks and w.c. In addition to the first floor bathroom. Most windows are double glazed, and the oil fired boiler is conveniently placed externally behind the rear wall of the cottage.Adjoining the right rear of the cottage is a versatile stone and timber outbuilding, whilst adjacent to same is the gently sloping, lawned garden.Just over a mile away, the village of St. Weonards offers post office and shop, church, primary school and village hall, whilst Monmouth, Abergavenny and Hereford are all within approx. 20 minutes drive.For those looking for rural seclusion, this might be just the property! In detail the property comprises:-

Reception Hall

With wall mounted spotlights, shelf and original ceiling hooks. Door to walk-in, part shelved storage room with radiator, window and electricity meters.

Cloaks & W.C.

With white suite comprising low level w.c. And wash hand basin. Windows to two elevations. Radiator and slate effect vinyl flooring to match that in the reception hall.

Living Room (Max approx. 21'5 x 10'6)

Of overall max dimensions approx. 21'5 x 10'6 and having Worcester matt black, wood burning stove recessed on a flagstone hearth and with natural Oak planking above. Exposed ceiling beams and three, double glazed windows each enabling a beautiful unspoilt outlook across adjacent farmland and woodland, with a tree planted skyline to the east. Ceiling mounted light fitting and three wooden wall light fittings. Recessed shelving to one corner.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.81m (12'6") x 2.49m (8'2"))

Approx. 12'6 x 8'2 with double glazed windows to two elevations, the window over the sink again enabling outlook across adjoining farmland. Range of floor mounted cupboards and drawers with terrazzo effect, roll edged working surfaces over. Two complementary, glass fronted wall cupboards. Single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Belling five ring ceramic hob with double oven/grill and warming section beneath. Envirovent 250 extractor fan. Wide recessed shelving to one wall and slate effect vinyl flooring.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 (3.30m (10'10") x 3.23m (10'7"))

Approx. 10'10 x 10'7 with window enabling unspoilt outlook across the front garden and small valley towards woodland beyond. Fitted carpet. Radiator and two wall mounted shelves.

Bedroom 2 (3.30m (10'10") x 2.54m (8'4"))

(Rear) approx. 10'10 x 8'4 with double glazed window enabling fine outlook over the side garden towards farmland and mature trees beyond. Exposed ceiling beams. Door to built-in wardrobe. Two wall mounted spotlights, radiator and fitted carpet.

Bathroom & W.C.

With white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira Sport instantaneous electric shower unit over. Pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled low level w.c. Window to exterior. Tiling around bath and shower area. Radiator, towel rail and door to Airing Cupboard. Extractor fan.

Bedroom 3 (3.20m (10'6") x 2.44m (8'0"))

Approx. 10'6 x 8' with window to front elevation enabling pleasing outlook. Radiator and fitted carpet. Wall mounted light fitting. T.V. Point.


A wooden pedestrian gate beneath a trellised archway with interwoven Honeysuckle opens onto a number of stone steps leads across a part paved, part stone cobbled sun terrace giving access to the front door to the property. Adjoining the east wall of the property is a Stone and Timber Outbuilding overall internal dimensions of same being approx. 20’ x 12’, and this stands under a mono pitched corrugated iron roof. There is substantial wooden storage shelving to one wall, a fluorescent light and power points. To one corner is plumbing and a waste pipe for an automatic washing machine.Positioned to the eastern side of this outbuilding is a Lean-to Timber Structure, ideal for bin or log storage etc.Lying to the east of the paved/cobbled forecourt mentioned earlier is a Gently Sloping Lawn overall max dimensions of same being approx. 65’ x 50’, and three sides of this lawn are bounded by Wooden Fencing.Flanking the front wall of the property is a further area of ground, the central portion of which is given over to stone paving, with shrubs to the fringe of the area including a Bay Tree. To the far side of this area is the recently renewed/bunded oil storage tank, with a capacity of 1340 litres. A pathway from here leads around to the rear of the property where, installed against the rear wall of the cottage is the green enclosure for the oil fired central heating boiler.There may be an opportunity to purchase approaching an acre of additional land which lies to the South Eastern side of the Cottage.


Mains electricity is connected. Private drainage. Water is supplied via the Treago Estate mains supply. The purchaser will be responsible for the maintenance of the private pipe which supplies Werndee Cottage. Charges will be applied based on consumption measured through a sub meter. The Estate reserves the right to connect into the supply and/or replace the supply with an independent mains or borehole supply of potable quality.outgoings: 'D' Council Tax Band EPC rating: 'F' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View

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


Leave the western outskirts of Ross at Wilton Roundabout (bp Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. After passing through the village of Peterstow, bear left onto the B4521 as signposted towards Abergavenny. Carefully proceed over the crossroads at St. Owens Cross, continuing on the B4521. Approx one mile after passing over a hump back bridge, carefully take the righthand turning along a single track road towards St. Weonards. After halting on reaching the main Hereford to Monmouth road, proceed straight over the A466, taking the next left turning onto a further single track country lane. Continue along this lane, passing through two farmyards, and after approx. One mile from the A466, one will see the unmade track to Werndee Cottage on the righthand side. Proceed down the track, over the little stream, and park in front of the Cottage.

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Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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