North Road, Ross-On-Wye HR9


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Location & description

North Road lies about one mile east of the centre of Ross and comprises a cul-de-sac of properties probably constructed in the late 19th Century after the arrival of the railway to Ross in 1855. Prior to that period, most domestic housing had clay or pantiled roofs, the railways allowing the mass introduction of slate from North Wales, all of the houses in North Road having Welsh slate roofs.

There are two reception rooms to the ground floor, with a kitchen to the rear, whilst the first floor comprises two double bedrooms and bath/shower room and W.C. Central heating is from a gas fired radiator system. Immediately to the rear of the property is a paved sun terrace, behind which a bed of chipped slate gives way to the lawn, extending for the majority of the way to the rear boundary, where there is a handsome young Oak tree. There is pedestrian access from the end of the garden onto an adjoining footpath.

The current occupants of the property have been excellent long term tenants, and we are now offering the property for sale on behalf of the owner. Should a purchaser wish to purchase as an investment, the current occupiers would be keen to stay at the property. Should the buyer wish to purchase for their own occupation, the provisional date for vacant possession would be approximately Spring 2021. In detail the property comprises:

Reception Hall

With fitted carpet, inset mat well and attractive pine door through to

Dining Room

With deep sash window to front elevation looking out across the front garden towards an attractive terrace of houses opposite. Original period fireplace with mantel over. Pine floorboards.

Sitting Room

Again entered via a pine door and having deep sash window to rear elevation. Tiled fireplace surround and hearth, and pine door to capacious under stair cupboard with shelving and light. Further pine door through to


Having a range of blue fronted floor mounted cupboards and drawers, beech effect working surfaces over. Complementary wall mounted cupboards. Single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over. Sash window to side elevation and part glazed door to exterior. Four, ceiling mounted downlighter spots. Pine door through to shelved larder/pantry

with small window to rear elevation.

First Floor Landing

With access hatch over.

Bedroom One

With sash window to front elevation and small, attractive Victorian/Edwardian fireplace. Pine floorboards.

Bedroom Two

Again with pine floorboards and having sash window to rear elevation looking out across rear garden. Pine door through to

Bath/Shower and W.C.

With white suite comprising panelled bath with Triton Tati Instantaneous Electric Shower unit over. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C. Sash window to rear elevation. Three ceiling mounted down lighter spots.


To the front of the property is a small garden, part paved, and with patterned brick paviours leading up to the panelled front door.

The garden is partly given over to an attractive shrub bed, species including Cotoneaster, Hydrangea and others, whilst trained around the ground floor bay window is a prolific Wisteria climber. Positioned close to the front door is an attractive Fastigiate Yew.

A concrete path from the rear door leads out to the Paved Sun Terrace, off which two doors lead to a Laundry/Storage Room with plumbing for washing machine, power, low level W.C. And gas fired, wall mounted central heating boiler. Beyond the sun terrace is an attractive area of chipped slate, whilst beyond same is the lawn, with a shaped, part gravelled flower bed to one side, whilst to the opposite side is an attractive Weeping Willow and winter flowering Viburnum.

Beyond same is a handsome Young Oak Tree, beyond which is a utility area of the garden. From here, a low level wooden pedestrian gate opens onto a footpath leading to Weston Grove.


Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected.

Outgoings: ‘B’ Council Tax Band

EPC rating: ‘D’ (Full EPC Rating available)

to view

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


If approaching from Hildersley roundabout (Ross Fire Station), proceed along Gloucester Road towards the town centre. Take the second turning right into Ryefield Road, thereafter turning right into Weston Grove, and then left into North Road. Number 23 will be seen shortly thereafter on the right hand side.

Money laundering regulations

To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your co-operation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale.

Arrange viewing 01989 218003

Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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