Property Features

  • 3 Bedroomed Detached House
  • 2 Reception Room
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Farmhouse Styled Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Private Driveway
  • Approx 3.5 Acres of Landscaped Gardens and Grounds
  • A licence for fishing the river can be bought from the Redbrook Angling club for a joining fee £10 and an annual fee of £20
  • Stunning Views

Property Summary

This unique and spacious country house is nestled high in the heart of the Wye Valley with exceptional views across the river. Downstream from the popular village of Redbrook and tastefully extended and remodelled to create spacious living spaces and a master bedroom suite. Approx 3.5 acres of attractive landscaped gardens and grounds with sun terraces, a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs and open fields running down to the river protecting the views. Detached former double garage with attached log-store and extensive parking area off a gated driveway.

The property has a painted textured rendered exterior with inset Idigbo hardwood, double glazed windows and doors set under slate tiled roofs. There is a combination of American oak and Indian flagstone floors, solid oak internal doors with wrought iron door furniture and moulded joinery throughout. Oil fired central heating with under-floor heating and radiators. NB The master bedroom suite could easily be subdivided to create a 4th bedroom.

N.B. A licence for fishing the river can be bought from the Redbrook Angling club for a joining fee £10 and an annual fee of £20.

Full Details

Entrance from the front terrace is through an open porch area and panelled part glazed door with side panel into:

ENTRANCE HALLWAY: (13'11'' x 11'4'')
With inset mat-well, floor to ceiling fitted bookshelves along one wall and bespoke oak staircase with turned barley-sugar newels and balustrades with quarter landing leading to First Floor. Through door into:

Picture window to rear with garden views. U-shaped range of bespoke painted panelled cupboards and drawers with built-in dishwasher set under solid oak worktops with inset double bowled porcelain sink with mixer tap. Five ring LPG Smeg hob with electric convector oven under. Ceramic tiled splashbacks. Brick chimney breast with ceramic tiled recess for two ovened Esse woodburning cooking range. Space and plumbing for American styled fridge. Downlighters over kitchen area and extract fan. Wide opening with folding oak part glazed panelled doors into:

GARDEN ROOM: (16'5'' x 12'0'')
Oak glazing to three sides set on low level plinth walls with slate tops and folding part glazed doors leading out to sun terrace. High raked ceilings with exposed trusses and purlins. Under-floor heating with low level cupboard housing control ports.

Through door into:

SITTING ROOM: (20'8'' x 11'1'')
Feature protruding three sided glazed bay, picture window and a pair of doors leading out to sun terrace and gardens with outstanding views to front. Central natural stone fireplace with lintel, raised flagstone hearth and inset woodburner. High raked ceilings with exposed substantial beams.

From the Entrance Hallway through door into:

UTILITY ROOM: (15'2'' x 5'0'')
Stable door with glazed panel and window to rear pathway. Solid oak worktop with inset 1½ bowled stainless steel sink with pillar tap. Cupboards under and shelving over. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Ceramic tiled splash-backs. Raked ceilings with downlighters and consumer units at high level. Door into Boiler Room with floor standing Grant oil fired boiler with sealed system providing domestic hot water and central heating. Control clock and shelving to one side.

From Entrance Hallway doors lead into:

White suite with metal bath and bespoke wooden panelling. Basin and pedestal, low level WC. Marbled tiles to floor and up to dado height. Recess with glass shelving. Chrome ladder radiator. Two doors into fitted cupboard with shelving.

Lobby with door into cupboard housing hot water tank, control systems and control clock.

BEDROOM TWO: (12'0'' x 9'8'')
With protruding three sided glazed bay and double doors leading out to front terrace with river views. Door into:

Window to side with frosted glass. Large single shower with chrome and glass pivot door, mixer valve with deluge fixed head. Marble ceramic tiling to floor and walls up to dado height. Chrome ladder radiator.

From Lobby door into:

BEDROOM THREE: (11'10'' x 10'6'')
Window to side overlooking driveway.

From Entrance Hallway up stairs, through door into:

MASTER BEDROOM: (23'0'' x 21'0'')
Pair of doors to a tiled balcony with timber supports and stone wall with wrought iron railings enjoying outstanding views across the river. Picture window to front, two to the rear and one to the side with built-in cupboards under. Recess with purpose built cupboards at low level and shelving above. Door into:

STUDY/DRESSING ROOM: (11'11'' x 9'2'')
Window to rear and folding ladder access to loft. Built in shelved cupboard. Door into:

ENSUITE: (12'0'' x 11'2'')
Window to front with outstanding views. Heritage white suite comprising low level WC, bidet, basin and pedestal, bath with painted wooden panelling also up to dado rail to walls. Fully ceramic tiled double shower with glass sliding door and fixed pane, two sets of mixer valves one with fixed head and adjustable heads. Chrome ladder radiator and extract fan.

The gardens are set mainly grassed to the side and front with wide a variety of flowering shrubs, extensive lawned terraces with a feature ornamental pond and a number of raised well stocked planted borders leading down an orchard area having apple and pear trees. At the bottom beyond the old railway line which is a public right of way is the pastureland which runs down to the river. To the front and side of the house is extensive flagstone paving and sun terraces with wrought iron railings capitalising on the exceptional views. Behind the house is a stone retaining wall behind with a raised vegetable growing area with an aluminium framed greenhouse. Boundaries are a combination of post, rail and wire fencing.

Single storey and constructed in concrete blocks and finished in painted render to match with inset uPVC windows and doors under a tiled roof. The original garage doors have been replaced by a pair of doors with shiplap panels on each side. Extensive storage shelving on two sides and roof access trap. Power and light and consumer unit at high level. Set to the side is a lean-to storage shed with a ledged and braced door and a log store.

Mains electricity, bore hole water and private drainage. LPG cooking, oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band G. EPC rating F.