Summary of Features
Substantial newly built farmhouse (3,427 sq ft) finished to a high standard
4 double bedrooms, 3 with en-suite shower rooms plus a family bathroom
Spacious kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room, walk-in larder, utility room
Large sitting room with feature stone fireplace and fitted alcove shelving
2 further reception rooms and flat over garage, offering versatile accommodation
2-bay car port with attached workshop, ample parking, large garden, fenced paddock
In all about 1¾ Acres.
The popular village of Upton Bishop is situated just 5 miles north-east of the bustling and picturesque market town of Ross-on-Wye, on the edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - renowned for its exceptional landscape, geological interest and diversity of wildlife. This area offers a sought-after rural idyll and the property enjoys a peaceful location, yet is well-placed for the local market towns of Ross, Ledbury and Monmouth, with the city of Hereford also only a short drive away. There are excellent road and rail commuter links to the rest of the country.
The ethos behind this well designed, new-build property was to capture the character and traditional style of the original building, an old Herefordshire farmhouse, thus replicating a property which might have evolved over time, yet with all the conveniences of modern-day living.
Modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room with central island, integrated NEFF double oven with warming drawer, NEFF induction hob, Smeg American-style fridge-freezer.
Generously-proportioned sitting room with over-size French doors leading to patio terrace and entertaining area.
Master bedroom suite with walk-in dressing room incorporating fitted bedroom furniture, leading to a spacious en-suite bathroom with shower.
The property features solid oak beams, bespoke oak ledge and brace doors, flagstone flooring and exposed stonework to reflect traditional build.
The property is approached via a private, shared driveway, over which there is a right of way to this house.
Large garden offering scope for keen gardeners and super patio terrace with purpose-built brick BBQ and static open fire with log store, steps lead to lawned garden.
The paddock is located adjacent to the property, over the driveway and visible from the house.
Self-contained, 1 bedroom flat situated above the garage, ideal as a guest suite or for independent use.
Large, stone built carport with workshop, with light and power connected.
Located in open countryside, Marsh Farm enjoys a quiet and private rural location with the benefit of excellent access to main road links.
Additional land is availabale to purchase by separate negotiation, from the neighbouring owner. Please speak to Tom Grant for more information.
Mains 3-phase electricity supported by PV panels. Mains water. Private drainage (treatment plant). Air source heat pump (ASHP) provides heating (underfloor and radiators) and hot water. The PV and ASHP installations qualify for RHI/FIT but require registration. A rainwater harvesting system supplies external taps, WC's and washing machine with the option to switch to mains water. Internal heat recovery ventilation system.
This new building is covered by a Build Zone 10 Year Warranty, ref UKSW-5102333.
Cabling has been installed to the property from the BT supply, ready for connection on occupation. Currently, provision will be by conventional landline supply, BT estimate 3.5 to 7.5 MB for this address. Arrangements are in place for a high speed fibre optic supply to village and this property in the near future, contracts have been signed to engage Gigaclear to supply the contract. Please refer to the Fastershire website for specific detail; http://www.fastershire.com/faster-homes?lc
Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.
Band yet to be assessed.
The property insulation significantly exceeds Building Regulation standards, by between 33 100%.
All the external doors and windows in the property are triple-glazed, treated soft wood with guarantee.
Access to the property is via a right of way over a private driveway belonging to the neighbouring property.
A footpath crosses the paddock, we are advised this is rarely used.
Primary: Gorsley, Brampton Abbots, Weston-under-Penyard Secondary: Ross-on-Wye & Hereford. Further information is available at www.herefordshire.gov.uk Independent: Hereford, Gloucester, Monmouth, Malvern and Cheltenham all have some outstanding Independent schools. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk
Upton Bishop has a thriving community with a village hall, well renowned pub (The Moody Cow) and church. Within the nearby market town of Newent and Linton village, there are a range of further amenities including a hall, post office/village store and several popular village pubs. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Ledbury provide a wider range of amenities to meet most day-to-day requirements, with more extensive facilities available in Hereford, Gloucester, Monmouth and Cheltenham.
The area offers a wealth of sporting and recreational facilities, including walking, fishing and riding, as well as a range of water sporting activities. South Herefordshire Golf Club is within a mile of the property. The popular Goodrich Castle, Royal Forest of Dean and Symonds Yat are within easy driving distance and the Malvern Hills and The Black Mountains are easily accessible. A variety of sports clubs can be found locally at Ross-on-Wye including golf, football, cricket, hockey and rowing clubs, plus a leisure centre. Ski and snowboard centre at Gloucester.
The region is well known for its strong equestrian industry. Notable centres nearby include Hartpury College (12 miles), host to a range of competitions from Novice to International level; The Three Counties Showground at Malvern. Annual horse trials also take place locally at Homme House (6 miles). Racecourses are at Cheltenham, Chepstow, Hereford and Worcester.
From the east on M50: Exit junction 3 and at the top of the slip road turn left to return over motorway on the B4221. Take the first right hand turn (within ¼ mile) to pass Ross Golf Club house on your left. Continue for ¾ mile, alongside the golf course. Shortly after the end of the course, take first left turning (an unsigned fork). Follow this winding lane for about 0.60 miles until you see a wide bell-mouthed entrance on your left, signed to "Marsh Farm". Turn into this private drive and the property will be found at the end on your right hand side.
From the west at Upton Bishop: Pass the Moody Cow pub and head east on the B4221 for ¾ mile. Just after the "Hilltop" sign take a hairpin left turn. Within 150 metres, turn right in front of a large Christmas tree and head downhill, keeping right at the "Tanhouse" sign (about 450 metres). After about a further 180 metres you will see a wide bell-mouthed entrance on your right side signed to "Marsh Farm". Turn into this private drive and the property will be found at the end on your right hand side.
By prior appointment only via the Joint sole agents:
- Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341
- Savills (Cheltenham) on 01242 548000
If there is any property aspect which is of particular importance to you, please speak with the agents before you travel any distance to view the property.
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