2 Over Ross Farm House, 26(A) Over Ross Farm, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7BN

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017


Sold for £160,000

Upon the instructions of

  • Freehold four bedroom house
  • Residential revelopment opportunity
  • Planning consent for conversion dated 2016
  • Vacant possession


Internal viewing is not possible. The property is in a sell condition and plans are attached.



Ross-on-Wye is a small market town with a population of circa 10,000 lying in south eastern Herefordshire, on a loop of the River Wye, and on the northern edge of the Forest of Dean. Ross lies alongside the junction of the A40 with the start of the M50 leading to the M5 so offering excellent links via the A40 with Monmouth and South Wales and via the M50 to Cheltenham and Birmingham. The property lies within a cul de sac leading off the Ledbury Road, a few moments both from the town centre and the A40/M50 junction. Ross is the centre for an all year outdoor tourist industry in the Wye Valley.


The property comprises the right hand half of a property, formerly a large barn. The left hand portion has already been converted into a four bedroom house (shown below). The property benefits from a garden to rear and one side, with a small open area at the front that extends to the kerb and may allow vehicle access. The property is two storey beneath a slate roof and is in a poor state of repair having been part converted.




Planning was granted in October 2016 for conversion to a dwelling house. The proposals were for a conversion to create four rooms with kitchen and WC on the ground floor with four bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.


The Seller has not elected to charge VAT

Energy Performance Certificate

See website


Seller's solicitor

Herefordshire Council

Sue Leyshon-James

01432 260296


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