- Elevated position with far-reaching views
- 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Large gardens
- In about 3/4 acre
- Monmouth 6 miles, Ross-on-Wye 6 miles, Hereford 12 miles (ADA)
Property SummaryHanover is an impressive property standing in mature gardens in a beautiful part of the world. Listed Grade II, the original black and white timber section to the rear of the house is believed to have been constructed in the 17th century, with the front having been added in 1851 producing a fine example of early Victorian-in Georgian style and proportion.
The front glazed door opens into a wide and light hallway with ceiling cornice. To the right and left are doors into the sitting room and dining room respectively, each replete with classical Georgian features such as sash windows to the front, high ceilings and period fireplaces, decorated in heritage colours creating a warm and welcoming ambience. The hallway leads to a generous shower room and an under-stairs doorway to the cellar. Beyond this, in the older part of the house, is the drawing room with stunning views, slate floors, exposed timbers and an impressive woodburning stove.
At the rear is the kitchen/breakfast room in an extension re-modelled in 2010. It incorporates a well-appointed kitchen and dining area and serves both the dining room and drawing room as well as having a door out to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a fridge freezer, a slimline dishwasher hob, electric cooking hob with extractor over and built in double oven.
The half-turn staircase leads to the first-floor landing, and on to four spacious bedrooms, all with period features and sash windows to the front three bedrooms. The large family bathroom has a clawfoot bath.
Hanover is approached via quiet country lane, up a sloping driveway along the length of the front gardens to the imposing house. To the rear is a a useful stone outbuilding, a timber garage and a sun-terrace, whilst the front garden runs down to the road through lawns, shrubs and fruit trees.
Hanover sits in an elevated position amidst stunning countryside on the border of England and Wales between Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Hereford. Monmouth is a short drive and has an extensive range of shops and amenities, including the excellent Haberdashers’ schools for boys and girls. Hereford is to the north with all the expected facilities of a county town as well as the renowned Hereford Cathedral School, whilst Ross is a quick drive to the east. The A40 dual carriageway links Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye and allows access to the M50 and the Midlands and the M4 to Bristol and Cardiff.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage via septic tank. Oil-fired central heating. Three woodburning fireplaces. Broadband BT internet.
Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
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