Trereece House is an extremely attractive restored, Grade II listed farmhouse near Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire. The property is a ‘L shaped’ traditional stone house dating from the 15th century with later additions, and now offers over 6,000sq ft of accommodation.
Inside are many characterful features including exposed beams, period fireplaces and flagstone floors; the drawing room particular is of note, with its beamed ceiling and large leaded window with pretty garden views, and inglenook fireplace. The old granary and cider barn have been converted to provide a wonderful open-plan kitchen with an informal dining room and a boot room.
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Upstairs are five good-sized bedrooms, including the master bedroom suite, and three bathrooms; the granary sitting room is found off the landing and benefits from being suitable for a great deal of different uses.
A generous parking area is also complimented by the restored stone stable block. The gardens are planted with a variety of specimen trees and shrubs and divided into themes including a cottage garden and a rose garden and there is a very pretty sheltered terrace, as well as a sunken terrace. The land is divided into four fenced paddock, some of which are bordered by the Garron Brook.
Treereece House occupies an enviable position in the south Herefordshire countryside on the edge of the village of Llangarron, while Ross-on-Wye is just over five miles and Hereford just over 14 miles.
The guide price is £1,295,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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