Dating ross on the wye
Combining CHARACTER FEATURES with modern fixtures and fittings.
NO CHAINAccommodation - The property offers a balance of character features with flagstone flooring, wooden beams, exposed brickwork and thumb latch doors, accompanied with contemporary modern touches throughout.
The Bedroom leading off the Landing benefits from both front and rear aspect windows and access to an attic room.
The property lends to a low maintenance court yard garden with patio and paving, mature flower/shrub borders to roadside, with driveway for two large vehicles.
Immediately after junction 3 (M50) take the next turning signposted Linton.
Continue on this lane for approximately 1/2 mile where the property is located on the left hand side, opposite the triangle at the next junction.
The lower Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Concrete piers with ashlar cutwaters; semi-suspension central span; lattice-work towers and parapets; terracotta piers with cast-iron lamp columns. Massive cutwaters on each side carried up and splayed back from the outer angle at parapet level forming semi-hexagonal refuges.
Crossed over the river from Radnorshire to Brecknockshire as well as the currently closed Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway. Erected by public subscription to mark Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. In 1597 an Act was passed authorising its construction. At the point where the splay dies out is a moulded string which is mitred and carried up to the angle against the spandrils of the arches and then mitred and carried across to form a label above the arches.
The current building dates back to 1833, and by 1851 was an important coaching inn.Further flag stone staircase leads to first floor landing with spacious vaulted ceilings, and onto spacious Living/Drawing Room with large feature inglenook fireplace and inset wood burning stove, This room has a real wow factor with its vaulted ceiling and extensive exposed timbers, slit windows and oak floor.