Howle Hill, Ross-On-Wye HR9
£1,500,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 7
Overview

Beautifully Refurbished Farmhouse of Immense Character

Far Reaching Views towards the Welsh Mountains

Three Exquisitely Converted Stone Barn Cottages Creating Substantial Income

Appealing Gravelled Courtyard, Lawned Gardens and Secluded Sun Terraces

Excellent Double Garage and Workshop with Automatic Roller Door

Outstanding 55 ft Craft Workshop/Hobbies Room and Separate wfh Office

Dedicated, Sound Insulated Music Recording Studio

Summary

Little Howle Farm comprises an exceptionally appealing miniature country estate occupying high ground adjacent to an existing farm some four miles south of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye. The property overlooks the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and commands some fine far-reaching views towards the Welsh Mountains.

Constructed of stone with rendered and white painted elevations under a double pitched, clay tiled roof, the original farmhouse has a wonderfully light south westerly aspect and beautifully presented accommodation, including an exceptionally well appointed 25' Macintosh kitchen with numerous Neff appliances.

Adjacent, arranged around a central gravelled courtyard are the three stone cottages, currently used as holiday lets, each beautifully converted from former stone barns. Exposed ceiling beams, stonework and quality fittings lend to these cottages an ambience of immense appeal.

Lying across the courtyard to the western boundary of the property is the extra-large double garage/workshop with remote controlled roller door, whilst alongside lies a 55 ft multi-function craft workshop complete with its own kitchen and toilet facilities. Adjacent to this area is the dedicated, ‘working from home' office, with excellent fibre broadband. Positioned to the north of same is the sound insulated and fully equipped music recording studio.

Lying primarily to the east and south of the main farmhouse are exquisitely maintained lawned gardens, the site in total extending to approx. An acre.

Such is the versatility of the whole complex, that multi-generational living for an extended family could be appropriate. Alternatively, there could be four individual long term lets.

Tenure

We are advised that the property is Freehold

Services

Bt Broadband Availability Speeds: Up to 130Mb

(Quoted from by using the property's postcode)

Services: Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage. Oil Central Heating

Outgoings: ‘G' Council Tax Band EPC 'F' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View

Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel: Directions

Leave the stone-built Market House in the centre of Ross, proceeding southwards from the town on the B4228 Walford Road. After 1 ½ miles, bear left as sign posted towards Howle Hill. Take the first turning right, proceeding carefully up Howle Hill. Continue over the crossroads just past the War Memorial, and Little Howle Farm will be found shortly afterwards on the left-hand side, just past Howle Farm

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01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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