Located on Coppett Hill nature reserve with miles of beautiful countryside walks and an array of wildlife. This 5 bed property offers superb master bedroom suite and magnificent kitchen/ living room. All offered with superb views, landscaped gardens & sloping paddock totalling approx 0.85 acre.
Situated on the much sought after Coppett Hill, a local nature reserve of over 100 hectares of woodland and open hillside with marvellous views and fantastic walks. Chenstone actually has two votes on the trust that manages the hill.
The village of Goodrich is located just 1/2 mile away at the bottom of the hill and offers good amenities to include inn, primary school, church and of course Goodrich Castle. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth are approximately 4 miles and 5 miles respectively. There are excellent road links to the Midlands via the A40, M50/M5 and Wales via the A40/M4.
Although the cottage is attached to a small cottage to the rear ground floor level the feel and impression is very much detached.
The property is entered via:
Canopied Front Entrance Porch:
UPVC double glazed composite front entrance door with matching, floor to ceiling double glazed side panels and double glazed windows to side aspect.
Velux window. Door to:
Victorian style towel rail. Light with sensor. Wash hand basin with vanity unit. Low level WC with concealed cistern. Wood effect flooring.
Kitchen/Dining Room: 19' x 17' (5.8m x 5.18m).
Having large double glazed windows to side aspect and floor to ceiling double glazed window. Tri-fold door out to the sunny south facing gardens with superb views via wide double glazed window to side aspect with beautiful outlook to Goodrich village, village church and the Welsh hills in the distance. A continuation of the wood effect flooring which creates a lovely open plan feel. The kitchen has been beautifully fitted to a very high standard with attractive base and wall mounted units with integrated aga, tiled splashbacks and display niche above. Built in larder with pan drawer beneath. Central island with seat and storage beneath. Numerous pull out storage areas. Recessed bin. Built in dishwasher. Twin Belfast sinks. Space for American style fridge/freezer with wine rack above. Walk in pantry with shelving and recessed sensor ceiling spotlights.
From the reception hall, glazed door to:
Sitting/Dining Room: 27'11" x 11'7" (8.5m x 3.53m).
A magnificent space with double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, one of which with a window seat with enclosed cat bed beneath. Wood panelling and attractive flooring. Recessed fitted lights with dimmer switches. Stone hearth with recessed wood burning stove. Built in cupboards with double doors providing an excellent media storage area and further glazed double doors which lead into:
Garden Room: 9'10" x 7'2" (3m x 2.18m).
With lovely views back towards Goodrich Church and over the valley to the Welsh boarders. Door to side aspect leading out to flagstone courtyard. Ledge and brace door to:
Base mounted unit with built in basin with strainer. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Quarry tiled flooring. Light with sensor.
From the sitting room, staircase leads to:
Half landing which leads to:
Bedroom 5: 12'4" x 7' (3.76m x 2.13m).
This could make an ideal study with sash window to front aspect with views to Symonds Yat. Being freshly decorated with new carpets. Wood panelling with large display window sill. Fitted lamp sockets, radiator.
From the half landing access leading up to:
First floor with double glazed window to front aspect again enjoying the lovely views. On this part there is a hardwood door which leads to:
Bedroom 2: 13'4" x 12'3" (4.06m x 3.73m) .
Sash windows to front and side aspect, both with beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and the Welsh borders. High level ceilings, radiator. Picture rail and coving.
Fitted in a Victorian style to a high standard with wood panelled bath with mains pressured Victorian style shower over. Extractor fan, recessed ceiling spotlights. Victorian style sink. Low level WC with concealed cistern. High level double glazed window to rear aspect. Beautifully tiled.
Bedroom 3: 12'7" x 10'8" (3.84m x 3.25m).
Double glazed sash window to front aspect again enjoying lovely views over the surrounding countryside. A lovely double bedroom with double glazed window to rear aspect. Door to storage cupboard which has double glazed window to side aspect and wood panelling.
Bedroom 4: 9'6" x 8' (2.9m x 2.44m).
Again a double room with double glazed window to rear aspect with over window display niche.
From the main landing access leads down to a useful study area with velux window to side aspect. Access into eaves storage and generous sized storage cupboard over the master bedroom.
Master Bedroom: 19'5" x 13'7" (5.92m x 4.14m).
A very spacious double bedroom with large picture window taking in the breath-taking views over the surrounding countryside towards Symonds Yat and a secondary double glazed window to side aspect with views back towards Goodrich church and beyond to the Welsh borders. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Door to:
With large walk in shower with recessed shelving. Mains pressured shower with rainfall shower head and additional shower attachment. Recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan. Circular basin on a table top. Low level WC with concealed cistern. Radiator. Velux window to side aspect which enjoys lovely views back towards Goodrich church.
The property is entered via sweeping drive and pedestrian entrance leads down to the front door which then leads to the formal gardens, these have been beautifully landscaped to create numerous terraced areas of interest with well stocked herbaceous borders and level lawns. A magnificent outside eating area taking in the beautiful views towards the neighbouring Goodrich Church and surrounding village. Throughout the gardens are numerous outbuildings, one of which provides a store/dog kennel: 12'7" x 8'6" (3.84m x 2.6m).
With power points and lighting. Outside storage shed and further area with access up to:
Oil fired Worcester boiler with pressurised hot water cylinder supplying domestic hot water and central heating.
The current owners have created a good sized parking area with hardstanding for two/three cars.
From the lawns access can be gained to the second part of the gardens, with gated access to flagstone patio again with the views towards Goodrich and the church. Steps with pathway leads down to a small paddock ideal for small livestock including goats and sheep, with access being gained to a further lawned area with numerous outbuildings.
From Ross on Wye proceed along the B4234 towards Walford, continue through the village of Walford and after approximately 3/4 mile turn right at the Inn on the Wye over Kerne Bridge and the River Wye, continue up the hill, under the stone bridge and take the next turn right for Goodrich, take the next right immediately after the primary school signposted Welsh Bicknor, proceed up the hill and pass a large house (Charlton) on your right and a stone wall which ends as the road swings left and here turn right. Follow this road (single track) and park at the top of the lane which has a 5'6" (1.68m) width sign. The property can be found down the lane a short distance along on the right hand side.<br /><br />