Everstone Farm Barns, Peterstow, Ross-On-Wye HR9


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Location & description

Positioned on the western periphery of the well served village of Peterstow, some 3 miles west of Ross and the M50,1 Everstone Farm Barns comprises part of a sympathetic and most appealing conversion of a group of former farm buildings.

In the village centre is a shop/post office/off licence, village green, St Peters Church and Village Hall. The location also has the merit of a regular Ross/Hereford/Gloucester bus service, accessible both in the village and at Everstone. For those who like to walk to the pub, the Red Lion is within staggering distance as well as The Yew Tree being just a little further along the road.

For those wanting good access to fast communications, the M50 motorway is accessible within 10 minutes drive, whilst Hereford, Monmouth, Abergavenny and Ledbury (for trains to London) are all within striking distance. In detail the property comprises:

Entrance Hallway accessed via glazed front door with large glazed panel to side. This along with large windows above, admits much natural light. Doors to small utilities. Additional cupboard with storage for coats etc. Further large utility cupboard with space to house washing machine and dryer with plentiful shelving above. Doors also lead from here to bedrooms and bathroom. Tiled Floor. Stairs to first floor:

First floor open plan living accommodation

The entirety of the first floor is open plan and providea s superb entertaining space. This is made wonderfully light due to a series of windows to three elevations of the property as well as two Velux windows. The living and kitchen components of this room are cleverly partially divided by a half ceiling height wall, which from the Kitchen Side incorporates space for two, separate tall fridge and freezer units with two Moffatt electric ovens drawers and shelving between. The rest of the kitchen comprises an array of floor and wall mounted light wood cupboard and drawer units with granite work tops over. The main stretch of kitchen work top is of light granite and has the Baumatic gas five ring hob, with Smeg extractor fan over. The remainder of the kitchen worktop is a large piece of black granite, creating a breakfast bar area, which faces into the room. This worktop houses the stainless steel bowl and a half sink, with chrome mixer taps over. Cupboard below, and integrated Beko dishwasher. Accessed from the opposite side of the breakfast bar is a further set of drawers.

To the opposite side of the half height wall is the Seating Area with space for wall mounted television. The developers of the property have truly made the most of the barn style features, exposing the robust roof timbers, and glazing the barn style arrow slit style windows. This first floor has most attractive wooden floorboards throughout. Velux windows have rain sensors and close automatically.

Bedroom One (approx. 11'5 x 11'2)

With windows to two elevations. Built-in, walk-in wardrobe with hanging rails to both sides and shelves above. Door to:

En-Suite Shower Room/W.C. Having shower with glazed sliding door and thermostatic Mira rain head shower. W.C. Wash hand basin with vanity unit below. Electric heated towel radiator. Tiled floor continues from the hallway throughout both the bedroom and shower room

Bedroom Two (approx. 9'11 x 6'5)

Having windows to two elevations. Large built-in wardrobes with sliding doors occupy the entirety of one wall giving much storage space. Tiled flooring as elsewhere on the ground floor.

Bedroom Three/Sitting Room (approx. 10'2 x 9'4.)

Although originally designed as a bedroom, and would very much still suit this purpose, this room is currently utilised as a second sitting room/office making the most of the glazed bi-folding doors with a lovely view, which lead onto the rear patio. Tiled flooring.

Family Bathroom

Having white suite comprising bath with folding glazed shower screen and rain head shower above. W.C. Wash hand basin with vanity unit below. Heated towel radiator. Attractive light tiling to walls and tiled floor continues as per rest of ground floor.


Exiting from the bi-folding doors in Bedroom Three/Sitting Room one enters onto a Courtyard Style Patio Area with brick raised borders to two sides, housing a range of shrubs and herbs etc. To one wall of the house, in one of these borders, is a very attractive Fig tree. Walking through a wooden archway, the rest of the garden opens up before you. A further Paved Patio Area with space for picnic bench, outdoor seating etc. Leads to the main Lawned Area of the garden. This is one of the key features of the property, having been lovingly created by the current vendors, who have nurtured many irregular flower beds throughout the lawn giving a variety of colour and shapes of planting yet still retaining plenty of lawn to enjoy. Behind the patio is a Productive Vegetable Plot with many raised beds, giving the opportunity of growing ones own produce. To the end of this area is the Chicken Coup with Mesh Run, to the side of which is a well laid out composting area.

To the far end of the garden one will find the Summer House/Garden Office. Being an irregular shape with decking to front, accessed via a pair of French style doors, this space gives the opportunity for many uses, from simply being a garden room, to a working from home office. The building has been fitted with full electrics, lighting and internet, together with electric heater. To the front of the property is the Shared Communal Parking Area and the Large Garage with adjoining Workshop. Being of stone contruction, this addition gives plenty of space for storing vehicles, equipment etc.


Mains water and electricity are connected. Private shared drainage

BT broadband availability speeds: Up to 900Mb

(Quoted from by using the property's postcode)

service charge: There is a service charge of £50 pcm towards the maintenance and upkeep of the approach drive and grass verges and the operation of the drainage system.

Outgoings: ‘D' Council Tax Band EPC rating: ‘D' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View

Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Tel:


Leave the western outskirts of Ross at Wilton roundabout (bp Service Station) taking the A49 towards Hereford. Drive through the village of Peterstow, thereafter passing the Red Lion pub on your right. After 200 yds, carefully take the easy to miss acute left turning into Everstone Barns. Take the first turning right, and Number 1 is the first on your right.

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Morris Bricknell

Gloucester Road, Ross On Wye, Herefordshire

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