Woodfields is a Grade II listed property built in the early 19th century in the classic Georgian style. Surrounded by farmland and with views to the Black Mountains the setting is wonderful, and the house itself has been completely renovated and retains some charming features including the large sash windows, slate flooring and the elegant staircase; all the rooms are often filled with light thanks to its classical proportions.
The main reception rooms have pretty fireplaces, dado rails, picture rails, shutters and panelled doors. The generous conservatory is a new addition to the house and offers great views of the gardens.
Accommodation in total comprises: reception hall/sitting room, drawing room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, and upstairs the master bedroom suite, three further bedrooms, family bathroom and cellars.
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Outside, the former coach house has been converted into a separate four bedroom property (from two holiday cottages), and copious further outbuildings include a very large barn, store room, stables, field shelters and a house on the pond for the ducks.
The gardens are landscaped and consist of lawned areas with a number of mature trees and a part-walled vegetable garden, the duck pond and an ornamental canal, at one end of which is the summer house. Three paddocks ensure equestrian owners have somewhere for their horses; the land in total comes to six acres.
Woodfields is situated in brilliant rolling Herefordshire countryside just six miles from Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth which both offer a very good rage of shops for everyday living. Hereford is fourteen miles.
The guide price is £1.285m. For further information please contact Savills on 01242 548 000 or visit their website.
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