A commanding five bedroom period residence offering spacious living accommodation along with an original stone coaching house that offers huge potential. Situated within walking distance of restaurants along with river and countryside walks.
The property is situated in the picturesque riverside village of Wilton approximately 1 mile from Ross-on-Wye town centre. The bustling village has fantastic restaurants, hotels and public houses all within walking distance of the property together with miles of stunning riverside walks. There is also a shop and filling station which provides most everyday essentials. Ross-on-Wye offers a good range of shopping, social and sporting facilities with excellent access to road networks providing good links to the Midlands and South Wales. The centres of Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham are easily accessible.
The property is entered via:
Portico canopied front entrance with Doric columns with front entrance door leading into:
Spacious Reception Hall:
Attractive porcelain tiled flooring. Picture rail, fitted wall lights. Period cast fireplace with open grate and fitted mirror over. Hanging space for coats. Radiator. Oak door to:
Downstairs Utility Room: 6'3" x 5'10" (1.9m x 1.78m)
One and a half bowl drainer sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Continuation of the tiled flooring. Radiator.
Small recessed double glazed window to front aspect. Part tiled walls to dado rail. Fitted wall light. Wall mounted sink. WC with concealed cistern. Radiator, extractor fan.
From the reception hall oak steps lead down to:
Drawing Room: Overall 22'2"x 20'3" (Overall 6.76mx 6.17m)
A magnificent room with high ceilings and a set of floor to ceiling double glazed bay with original folding shutters. Outlook across expansive driveway and lawned gardens across the River Wye. Oak flooring. Fitted wall lights, cornicing and picture rails. Beautiful fireplace with granite hearth and marble surround with display mantle over. Media sockets. Radiators.
Kitchen/Dining Room: 20'1" (6.12m) into bay x 16'7" (5.05m).
Large bay window to front aspect flooding the room with natural sunlight and enjoying lovely views back to the river. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of free standing beech fronted units with beech block worktops. space for a range cooker with tiled splashback and extractor hood over. One and a half bowl ceramic sink unit with hot water tap. Tiled surrounds. A continuation of the attractive flooring. Space for large fridge/freezer. Glazed door to rear garden. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Floor to ceiling radiator. Glazed door to:
Snug: 14'5" x 10'11" (4.4m x 3.33m).
Double glazed windows with a beautiful outlook across the front garden and River Wye. Exquisite oak flooring and two, double. Part glazed oak door through to:
Study: 11' x 8'2" (3.35m x 2.5m).
Double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator. Built in cherry wood units with shelving and oak top. Picture rail, fitted wall lights. Solid cherry wood units and oak built in desk.
From the reception hall, full turn staircase leading to:
First Floor Landing
Which has four double glazed windows making a light and spacious landing with an outlook towards the coach house and lawned rear garden and steps leading up to a
With double glazed window to rear elevation and access hatch to insulated roof void and matching oak doors providing access.
Master Suite: 20'6" x 13'1" (6.25m x 4m)
A wonderfully light room having two, deep, double glazed sash windows looking out directly across the front garden and River Wye towards wooded hillsides beyond. Impressive Period fireplace, brass wall lights over bed head and additional brass picture light. Panelled oak door through to:-
A beautifully appointed room with white suite comprising tile panelled bath with chrome mixer taps and spray head, large pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and extra-large, standalone glazed corner shower. Full tiling to walls. Ceiling mounted LED down lighter spots and window to rear elevation and chrome towel rail/radiator.
Separate Shower Room:
Having extra-large shower cubicle with glazed sliding door. Full tiling to walls, low level WC & wash hand basin, circular mirror, radiator & chrome towel rail.
On the main landing access can be gained to:
Sash window to front aspect. Walk in enclosed shower cubicle with mains pressured shower, fully tiled surrounds. Waverley wash hand basin. Claw foot roll top bath. Two Victorian style radiator with hanging rail. WC with high level cistern. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Access to loft space. Period fireplace with decorative surround.
Bedroom 2: 12'11" x 11'10" (3.94m x 3.6m)
Having two double glazed sash windows to front aspect and additional double glazed window to the side aspect again with outlook across River Wye. Two access hatches to eaves storage cupboards and panelled door to further corner storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3: 11'4" x 9'7" (3.45m x 2.92m)
Double glazed sash window looking across River Wye. Picture rail. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Radiator.
Bedroom 4: 11'4" x 8'2" (3.45m x 2.5m)
With double glazed sash window overlooking River Wye.
Bedroom 5/Dressing Room: 9'6" x 7'3" (2.9m x 2.2m)
This could be used as a dressing room having double doors which provide access to floor to ceiling shelved storage cupboards. Having window to rear aspect that could be linked through to The Coach House should someone wish to incorporate the coach house into the main house.
To the front of the property is entered by magnificent wrought iron archway which has wiring to for electric gates, this then provides access to a sweeping driveway with parking for several vehicles. To the front of the property there is a beautifully landscaped with stone edged raised borders. Level lawns and Indian stone patio taking in views over the surrounding countryside & the river wye. The rear gardens of the property are access via the side passage creating a canopied walkway to the rear gardens within the passageway there is a set of double doors which provide access to the plant room with hot water cylinders which provide hot water to the property. A Glazed door extends to rear courtyard where there is an Indian stone patio with double doors to boiler room housing oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water an central heating. Path leads to The Coach House Externally approximately 37' (11.28) x 17' (5.18). having huge potential to create a beautiful annexe or holiday let that could provide a supplementary income subject to the necessary planning consent. The Coach House is currently used as a workshop/store room having numerous rooms with power and lighting. First floor area with windows power points and lighting. Large level lawn with well stocked herbaceous borders with retained dwarf walls and steps leading up to further lawn with sunken trampoline additional Garden shed and numerous fruit trees.
Across the road from the property there is access to a slipway/mooring giving access for canoes onto the river. Please note there are no fishing rights.
Council Tax Band G current
Oil Central Heating
Mains Water & Drainage
Superfast Broadband 66 Mbps available
From Ross-on-Wye proceed towards the A40 and over Wilton bridge, taking the first left onto Wilton Lane, passing the White Lion public house on the left hand side. Continue past the turning for Fisherman’s Reach and passing Wilton Hall the driveway to The Old Grange will be found second on the right hand side.