St. Owens Cross, Hereford, HR2


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A beautifully situated 2/3 bedroom detached, rural cottage that offers flexible accommodation. Set amidst fantastic gardens of around half an acre. All of which enjoys views over neighbouring farmland.

A beautifully situated 2/3 bedroom detached, rural cottage that offers flexible accommodation. Set amidst fantastic gardens of around half an acre. All of which enjoys views over neighbouring farmland.


The Cottage is delightfully situated down a quiet country lane with breathtaking rural views in the lovely hamlet. It lies approximately 6 miles from Ross on Wye, 9 miles from Monmouth and 10 miles from Hereford all of which have an excellent range of amenities and sports facilities. Excellent motorway links are accessible from the fringes of Ross on Wye, the A40 Ross to Gloucester road offers good commuting links to Gloucester and Cheltenham and to the Midlands via the M50/M5 and South Wales via the M40/M4.

The property is entered via:

Hardwood glazed door provides access to

Sitting Room: 25'09" x 12'3" (7.85m x 3.73m)

A fantastic sized characterful sitting room having hardwood double glazed windows to front aspect. Having character in abundance with exposed ceiling beams, inglenook fireplace with a recessed woodburning stove on a raised stone hearth. Open shelving to the side of the chimney recess. Double glazed window to side aspect. Staircase leading to first floor landing with useful under stairs storage cupboard.

Ledge and brace door leading to:

Bedroom 3/Study 15'11" x 7'03" (4.85m x 2.2m)

An ideal guest bedroom or study with double glazed window to the rear aspect. Exposed ceiling beams. Radiator and power points.

From the living room ledge and brace door leads to

Open plan Kitchen/Dining Room 22'11" x 11'02" (6.99m x 3.4m)

A lovely open plan characterful room with uPVC double doors out to the rear gardens which extend the dining area into what is a fabulous space. Ceramic tiled flooring. Beautiful recessed raised wood burning stove with an exposed oak lintel. Double glazed window to the side aspect. coving to ceiling, power points and lighting. Fantastic views over rolling countryside and open plan to the kitchen space which is well equipped with a modern range of shaker style matching base and wall mounted units. Having Bosch hob with extractor fan, Hotpoint double oven, ample worktop space and tiled splashbacks. One and a half bowl sink. Recessed access to a pantry which has power points, lighting and window to rear porch. Double glazed windows to the rear and side aspect with attractive outlook over the cottage style gardens.

From the kitchen, access can be gained to a rear lobby which has hanging space for coats and continuation of tiled flooring. Composite door leading to rear gardens and further door leading to

Shower Room

With double glazed window to the rear aspect. Ladder style heated towel rail, pedestal wash hand basin. Enclosed mains pressured shower cubicle with fitted shower board splashbacks. Coving to ceiling, Newly fitted floor standing Worcester boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating.

From the living room staircase leading to part galleried first floor landing which is incredibly spacious with vaulted ceiling and exposed ceiling beams which create a nice characterful feel.

Bedroom 1: 15'06" x 12'10" (4.72m x 3.9m)

With two double glazed windows to front aspect with rural views. Display shelving to chimney recess. Exposed beams and ample space for bedroom furniture

Bedroom 2 14'09" x 13'04" (4.5m x 4.06m)

Having two double glazed windows to the front and side aspect providing fantastic views to Garway Hill, Orcop and onwards over herefordshire countryside and further window to side aspect. A light and spacious double bedroom with deep display ledge to rear wall, radiator, power points. Ample space for wardrobes. Exposed beams, recess to chimney breast, wall light points.

Shower Room:

Fitted to a high standard by the current owners with double glazed window to the rear aspect. Walk in enclosed shower cubicle with attractive tiled splashbacks, mains pressured shower, low level wc and pedestal basin. Door leading to airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.


The property is approached by a no through country lane with gravel sweeping driveway providing access to a spacious parking area suitable for several vehicles. This in turn leads to

Single Detached Garage 18'11" x 9'05" (5.77m x 2.87m).

Glazed double wooden doors. Power points and storage above.

The property has beautifully landscaped gardens of approximately half an acre and is set out in two seperate parts having a productive vegetable garden with numerous fruit trees and soft fruit bushes. Two generous sized garden sheds and Greenhouse with outside power supply. Wild meadow style garden to encourage wildlife.

From the parking area a gated entrance then sweeps round to the rear of the property which has a lavender bed and steps leading up to a small micro orchard and cottage style garden. From here a gravel pathway leads to the side of the property and onwards round to the rear well stocked gardens beautifully landscaped by the current owners having plenty of seating areas,

with herbaceous well stocked border, nature pond and numerous trees and shrubs. Well enclosed with stock proof fencing and well maintained hedgerows all enjoying fantastic open countryside views.

Agents Note: The property has fishing rights on the River Wye, one rod licence for salmon, coarse and trout fishing near Hoarwithy at Bibletts Common.

Whilst the property is connected to mains water there is also welled water if required which can be found in the parking area.


From Ross on Wye, proceed out on the A49 towards Hereford. Proceed through the village of Peterstow and turn left sign posted Abergavenny. Proceed to the cross roads where the New Inn Public House at St Owens cross is sited. Turn left as if heading towards Monmouth and approximately 500 yards before a white cottage turn right down the no through small lane and the property will be found at the very bottom of the lane on the right hand side.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye


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