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Set in a quiet cul-de-sac on this popular development situated close to Ross town, this 1980's Westbury built four bedroomed detached house occupies a larger than average plot and has the added benefit of a generous space to the side that could be utilised for an extension (subject to planning permission). This family home offers accommodation comprising: - Hallway; Lounge; Kitchen/Diner and Cloakroom to the ground floor and four bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor. The property is set in mature gardens that benefit from lawns and patio areas, there is also a driveway to the front allowing access to the integral garage and off-road parking. Complemented by Georgian style uPVC double glazed windows throughout and gas central heating, this property is offered with vacant possession and early viewing is strongly recommended. The picturesque town of Ross on Wye boasts an array of independent boutiques and national stores as well as well-respected schools, doctors, dentists, and the local community hospital. There are excellent road links with the M50 to the east, Hereford to the north, Gloucester and Cheltenham to the south and to the west, Monmouth and South Wales.
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