Eastfield Road, Ross On Wye, 29, Ross-On-Wye HR9

£485,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A most generously proportioned, individually designed detached bungalow standing in large established gardens in what is arguably the finest residential road in the town.

15’ Reception Hall, 20’ Sitting Room, 18’ Dining Room, Well Appointed Kitchen, Sun Corridor, Laundry/Utility Room, Storeroom, 3 Bedrooms and

2 Bath/Shower Rooms with W.C. Mains Gas Central Heating. Double Glazing. Concrete Paved Driveway. Detached Garage. Secluded and Extensive Gardens to Both Front and Rear. Easy Walk Town and Country.

Location & DescriptionThis delightful bungalow lies under a mile south of Ross town centre in one of the most established and sought-after residential areas of the town. Constructed in the 1950s by Collier & Brain, local builders of excellent repute, the bungalow has a sunny South Easterly aspect which also allows an outlook across the outskirts of the town towards wooded Chase Hill.

Most principal rooms are of generous proportions, and extensive refurbishment works have been carried out over the last 6 months or so. These works have included re-wiring, new condensing combi boiler, new radiators, new double-glazed windows virtually throughout, redecoration, and new carpets and flooring except in the reception hall.

The property stands under a double pitched and hipped, tiled roof, and has a large roof void which, subject to the necessary consents, offers excellent potential for further accommodation if required.

The bungalow has the distinct advantage of being within a short walk of both town facilities and access to the countryside for dog walking etc. For those concerned with strategic location and accessibility, the M50 motorway/A40 dual carriageway is accessible within 5 minutes’ drive. In detail the property comprises:

Enclosed PorchWith quarry tiled base, light and glazed double doors to exterior. Further glazed door through to:

Reception HallA welcoming reception hall of overall max. Dimensions approx. 15’9 x 10’3 and having appealing, stained, wood strip flooring. Doors to useful Cloaks/Corner Storage cupboards to either side of hall. Large access hatch with foldaway aluminium ladder enabling access to roof void (potential for further accommodation)

Sitting Room (of overall max. Dimensions approx. 20’8 x 16’)Into the double glazed bow window to front elevation. Fine outlook across front garden towards wooded Chase Hill. Reconstructed stone fireplace, hearth and mantle. Coving to ceiling. Fitted carpet.

Dining Room (approx. 18’9 x 8’8)And having appealing, light Oak laminate flooring and glazing to three elevations making the room pleasingly light. Lockable glazed door through to Sun Corridor with doors therefrom to Sun Terrace and Rear Garden.

Kitchen (approx. 11’5 x 9’4)With light Oak laminate flooring continuing from Dining Room. Extensive range of floor mounted cupboards and drawers with tiled working surfaces over. Set within the working surface is the one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap over. Schott Ceran Logik four ring ceramic hob with Hotpoint double oven/grill alongside. Range of complementary wall mounted cupboards with tiling beneath. 6’ high, pull out larder cupboard.

Inner HallWith quarry tiled flooring and inset mat well. Further doors to:

Laundry/Utility Room (approx. 7’ x 5’)And having plumbing for washing machine. Brand new Viessmann gas fired central heating boiler together with programmer and time switch. Shelving and double glazed window to exterior.

Shower Room And W.C.Recently refitted with white suite comprising large, glazed corner shower with Mira Excel chrome thermostatic shower. Large Heritage pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled low level W.C. And bidet. White tiling to certain walls. Strip light and shaver point above wash hand basin. Small double glazed window to exterior.

Bedroom 3 (approx. 13’10 x 12’7)With wide, double glazed window to Sun Loggia and garden beyond. Fitted carpet.

Store Room (approx. 4’8 x 4’3)With frosted glass, double glazed window, quarry tiled flooring and electricity meters.

Sun Corridor (of principal dimensions approx. 21’9 x 4’2)Having glazing to the whole of the South elevation and standing beneath a monopitch glass sloping roof. Two, part glazed doors lead out to the Sun Terrace and Garden. Wooden strip shelving to South side for plants. Ample room for chairs. A real sun trap!

Bathroom And W.C.Having panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled low level W.C. Two frosted glass double glazed windows to rear elevation. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 2 (approx. 13’2 x 10’11)With wide, double glazed window overlooking the secluded rear garden. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 1 (approx. 15’7 x 12’7)A superbly proportioned room with wide double glazed window to front elevation enabling an outlook over the lawned front garden towards wooded Chase Hill. Fitted carpet.

OutsideDouble wrought iron gates open onto Concrete Paved Driveway which extends for approx. 100’ towards the front of the bungalow providing large Parking Area adjacent to the front elevation.

Lying to the Southeast of the parking area is the Front Lawn which is of overall approx. Dimensions 70’ x 50’, and this is fringed by a variety of shrubs and young trees including Twisted Willow, Cotinus, Berberis, Mexican Orange Blossom, Photinia, Bay and many more.

The driveway continues in narrowing form towards the Detached Single Garage. This is of overall external dimensions approx. 17’3 x 10’ and is of brick and block construction, rendered externally, and standing under a double pitched and hipped tiled roof. Double wooden doors to front elevation, internal shelving and storage space in roof void over. Cold water tap.

Lying immediately adjacent to the rear of the bungalow is a Concrete Paved Sun Terrace, approx. 20’ x 12’, beyond which is the Remarkably Secluded Rear Garden. This is of overall max. Dimensions approx. 120’ x 50’ and is laid primarily to lawn but with shrubs and young trees fringing same, species including Apple, Hazel, Conifers, Pittosporum, Mexican Orange Blossom, Viburnam, Fuchsia and others. A most attractive mature Beech hedge extends for the greater part of the Southern boundary.

Positioned at the extreme rear of the garden is a Wooden Garden Shed showing signs of its age!

ServicesMains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected.

Outgoings: ‘E’ Council Tax Band

EPC rating: ‘D’ (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 stone-built market house in the centre of Ross taking the B4228 Southwards from the town towards Walford. Shortly after passing the Prince of Wales pub on the right-hand side, take the first turning left into ‘The Avenue’. Turn right into Eastfield Road and No. 29 will be found on the right hand side three quarters of the way along Eastfield Road.

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Arrange viewing 01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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