Hom House is a very handsome period property sitting just west of Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire. Reception rooms are furnished with open fireplaces and bay windows, and the library/ drawing room in particular is an attractive space with pretty views.
The kitchen has an Aga and the conservatory is double-glazed with French doors out to the formal garden. Upstairs, the two main bedroom suites have bay windows overlooking the gardens and a further bedroom has a shower room. The top floor offers two more bedrooms and a bathroom, plus a kitchenette on the lower landing.
Accommodation comprises in full: courtyard entrance, elegant hall, dining room, sitting room, drawing room/library, study/office, kitchen, conservatory, five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Outside, The Long Barn and low garden walls form an attractive courtyard at the back of the house; the party barn lies to one side of the arch and the stable, workshop and winery lies to the other. The coach house contains the oil tank.
Formal gardens lie mostly to the south, while the fountain courtyard has a raised pond and a vine-covered pergola. Mature trees include tulip, walnut, cherry, pine, oak and poplar. A pond with a bridge over makes an attractive feature while the vegetable garden has some raised beds. The award winning vineyard started in 2006 and has four red grape varieties and two white; it produces between 100 and 200 bottles per annum.
The house is just two miles from Ross-on-Wye and 18 miles from Gloucester. The guide price is £1.25m. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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