Goodrich, Ross-on-Wye, HR9


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The house is beautifully presented and since 2000 has been rewired and new bathrooms, new kitchen and staircase added.

A fabulous garden has also been created, which has on several occasions featured in the village open gardens day.

Steps down to the front door lead directly into the sitting room with its attractive inglenook fireplace with a multi- fuel stove. Hidden behind the chimney is the delightful study.

The inner hall includes the main staircase with cupboards under and beside as well as a cloakroom. The dining room is close to the kitchen which has a Mandarin slate floor and a 4 oven AGA. Maple work tops combine with a Belfast sink and cupboards to complete this attractive area. The garden room has three pairs of sliding doors onto the terrace and into the beautiful garden. The back door is a stable door which opens onto the drive and here is a utility room with a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and the boiler.

The American light oak staircase leads up to a large attractive landing with a linen cupboard and shower room. On this floor the main bedroom has an en suite shower room and fitted wardrobes and there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the top floor there are two bedrooms, one currently used as a work room.

The garden is one of the main features of the house. Beautifully created, it includes two small ponds and a terrace beside the house enjoying the views to Coppett Hill beyond the church.

Monmouth 5 miles, Ross on Wye 5 miles, M50 6 miles, Gloucester 18 miles (All distances are approximate)

The village of Goodrich, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, is indeed rich with history. The 12th Century “Marcher Castle” now under English Heritage stewardship prominently commands the key river crossing at Kerne Bridge. The village over the centuries grew around the castle. Not surprising therefore that the house itself (dating back to the 17th century) is steeped in history with recent research providing fascinating insights into its earliest residents.

The thriving village has a fine primary school and popular tennis and cricket club, as well as a pub and Norman church. Numerous events are held in the active village hall. The market towns of Monmouth with its Waitrose and Ross on Wye are close by, linked by the A40/M50. Schools abound in the area in particular the Haberdasher school for boys and girls at Monmouth.

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