Upton Bishop, Ross-On-Wye HR9

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6

A Beautifully Refurbished 5 Bedroom, Detached Village House

The Dwelling Offers over 3,000 sq.ft of Extraordinarily Light Accommodation

Most Attractive Lawned Gardens Fringed by Wonderful Mature Trees

Outstanding Views across Rolling Countryside to Southeast and Southwest

Superbly fitted 25' Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Programmable Aga

120' Tarmacadam Driveway with Masses of Parking and Space for Motorhome

Excellent Ground Floor Granny Annexe/Studio/wfh Complex


Occupying a dominant site towards the southern outskirts of the dispersed village of Upton Bishop, Bishops Acre commands a stunning outlook over rolling countryside to the southeast and southwest. The market town of Ross on Wye and the M50 motorway is under 4 miles away, whilst the village offers a first class pub within walking distance, thriving village hall and beautiful 12th Century church, and 2 excellent golf courses within 2 miles.

Since acquiring the property some 9 years ago, the current owners have undertaken extensive and comprehensive refurbishment works, the original property having been extended over the years on several different occasions. The outcome is a most generously proportioned and spacious house of immense appeal. The exceptional number and disposition of double glazed windows not only highlights the phenomenal views, but also ensures the property is extraordinarily light.

There is a wonderfully welcoming reception hall with limestone flooring, and two fine reception rooms. The superb 25' kitchen/breakfast room has a programmable electric Aga and attached conventional oven, together with granite worktops and island. In addition to the normal domestic offices, the ground floor also has a most versatile Granny Annexe, which for maximum flexibility, also has a direct external access. To the first floor is a superb generous galleried landing, off which run the five bedrooms and family bathroom with w.c., whilst two of the first floor bedrooms have ensuite facilities.

Condition throughout is excellent, and for those who are looking for a property to move into and get on with their life, this house ticks that box extremely well.

Outside, there is huge tarmacadam driveway and parking area for those who have several vehicles and/or motorhome, whilst to the south of the house lie the extensive lawned gardens fringed by several mature Copper Beech trees, a Weeping Willow and three ancient Scots Pine. For those who enjoy growing their own fruit and vegetables, there is an exquisite arrangement of raised beds flanking the northwest corner of the house, Bramley Apple, Victoria Plum and Conference Pear and most useful garden outbuildings close by. In total, this is a property which has been loved and cared for, and which now represents a most appealing and extraordinarily spacious purchase.


Bt Broadband Availability Speeds: Up to 37Mb

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Services: Mains Water, Electricity and Private Shared Drainage. Oil Central Heating

Outgoings: ‘G' Council Tax Band EPC Rating: ‘' (Full EPC Rating available)


We are advised that the property is Freehold

To View

Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel: Directions

Leave the outskirts of Ross at the Travellers Rest roundabout (Junction 4 M50) taking the minor B4221 road towards Upton Bishop. After entering the village outskirts, drive past Pamona Grove on the right hand side, thereafter carefully turning right between double wooden gates into Bishops Acre.

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01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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