About the property

Entering the open market for the first time in 25 years, this fully renovated and well-presented cottage with four bedrooms started life in the late 16th Century as two individual dwellings. Re-built in 1812 and converted to one family home, this property now offers spacious accommodation comprising: - Hallway; Kitchen; Lounge; and Dining Room to the ground floor and a Master Bedroom with en-suite and three further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom to the first floor. The property is complimented by oil-fired central heating, mains water and electricity and septic tank drainage. There is double glazing and Mandarin Stone floor tiling throughout the ground floor. For the keen angler, it will be appreciated that the property comes with four common fishing rights. Hoarwithy is a small village in Herefordshire. It is known for its church of St Catherine built in an Italian Romanesque style with detached campanile. The village has a public house, the New Harp Inn, which is adjacent to the River Wye. Whilst idyllically rural Hoarwithy is close to the market town of Ross on Wye having a good range of shopping, sporting and cultural amenities. Communications are superb M50 (Junction4) provides fast access to the national motorway network. The Cathedral city of Hereford is approximately 9 miles away. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Fully refurbished semi detached cottage.
  • Four bedrooms, 1 en-suite.
  • Originally two16th century cottages.
  • Views over the river Wye.
  • Four common fishing rights included.
  • Early viewing recommended No chain!

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Ross-On-Wye

52 Broad Street




United Kingdom

Tel: 01989 768484


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Chepstow | 01291 626262

Usk | 01291 672212

Ross-on-Wye | 01989 768484

Newport | 01633 449884

Forest of Dean | 01594 715888

Associated Park Lane Office
0203 368 8745


We are fortunate to sell and let a huge variety of property in one of the most beautiful regions of Britain. Set within glorious unspoilt countryside straddling the English Welsh borders are picturesque villages.