Now nearing completion, the LAST APARTMENT in beautiful Bryngwyn Manor, a Gothic manor conversion. Second floor, totally unique and surprisingly spacious two bedroom, two bathroom accommodation. Allocated parking, superb extensive level communal gardens with personal allotments and storage sheds, Lovely views towards hereford city and surrounding countryside. Walking distance of local village store. Pets allowed.
Proceed out of Hereford on the A49 as for Ross-On-Wye and continue for three miles to the top of Callow Hill then after a further .5 mile take the right-hand turn for Monmouth and Wormelow A466. Upon entering Wormelow take the right turn for Hay-On-Wye (opposite The Tump Inn) then turn immediately left at the pillars entrance way onto the driveway to Bryngwyn Manor which will then be found at the very end.
Bryngwyn Manor occupies a lovely setting at the end of a long driveway and enjoys open views to the rear whilst to the front there is a magnificent panoramic vista extending over acres of unspoilt Herefordshire countryside towards the distant Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. The property is particularly accessible being just six miles from Hereford city with its intercity rail connections and the market towns of Ross-On-Wye and Monmouth are approximately eight and eleven miles distant respectively both having easy access to the A40 motorway link for the Midlands, South Wales, London and the West. Although the property is tucked away there is a public house, garage and bus service within a few hundred yards together with a village shop and newsagent just a quarter of a mile away, also under a mile distant is the village of Much Dewchurch and Much Birch the latter with Doctors surgery and dispensary.
Bryngwyn Manor is an impressive stone built Victorian Gothic Manor house constructed in 1862 by Sir James Rankin who was both a senior partner in the family timber and shipbuilding business and an MP for Leominster in the 1880s. The property has undergone extensive yet sympathetic refurbishment and is finished to a very high standard with considerable attention having been paid to the retention restoration of many of the splendid original features, among these are beautiful marble pillars, attractive sash windows, new staircases and stained glass.
The attic flat comprises a surprisingly spacious and totally unique second floor apartment with two bedrooms, Master with ensuite, bathroom, sitting room and fitted kitchen along with a large entrance hall with storage. Beautiful views are available from rooms situated to the front of the property.
A long driveway leads to the house and car parking where there are two allocated parking spaces along with visitor parking and delivery/drop area. All along the front of Bryngwyn Manor is a large level terrace with lower part tiered style garden, both areas taking full advantage of the panoramic views to the rear, further extensive level communal gardens for the enjoyment of all the residents including lawned area, a small orchard/paddock, a variety of mature trees, communal rotary washing lines, allocated raised flower beds, vegetable beds if required, personal use storage shed.
Mains electricity, mains drainage, metered mains water supply with independent propane gas central heating boilers with metered gas supply from communal storage cylinders.
Herefordshire Council 01432 260000
Leasehold on a 125-year term.
Service charge to include maintenance, lighting, bin and internal areas and garden maintenance etc. details to be confirmed.