Linton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
£550,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A stunning converted barn set in a quiet village location. Versatile and quite unique living accommodation plus the property offers a sympathetic conversion of a period stone barn, purveying many character features whilst enhancing it with many modern fixtures and fittings. Viewing recommended to appreciate whats on offer. NO CHAIN.

  • Village Location
  • Barn Conversion
  • Character Property
  • Delightful Courtyard Garden
  • Off Road Parking
  • Views


Linton is a small village in Herefordshire, approximately 5 kilometres (3 miles) east of Ross-on-Wye.
With St. Marys Church dating from the 13th century, holding regular services and the church itself has several ancient yew trees in the churchyard. Regular community and charity fund-raising activities take place in the Village Hall weekly, Linton Womens Institute meet each month. The village pub the Alma Inn hosts The Linton Festival, a charitable annual event providing a range of local and more exotic ales and music.

Entrance Hall

Flag stone flooring, exposed timbers, thumb latch door.

Bedroom (4.74 x 2.57)

Two front aspect windows, exposed beams and access to loft space, door to:

Boiler Room (3.28 x 2.54)

Window and door to front, boiler and hot water system.

Shower Room

Corner shower enclosure with direct feed shower, w.c., wash hand basin, built in storage cupboard, heated towel rail.

Inner Hall

Flag stone floor, exposed stone walls and timbers, storage, stairs off.

Kitchen (5.29 x 2.63)

Range of base units with granite worktops inset large double stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, cupboards and drawers under, built in electric oven and microwave, 'Range' style cooker with extractor hood over, plumbing for automatic washing machine, matching eye level units, inset spotlights, flag stone floor, exposed timbers, window to side elevation, step down to:

Dining Room (5.72 x 3.90)

Feature stone fireplace surround, parquet flooring, four windows to front and side elevations.

Bedroom (4.53 x 3.79)

Exposed timbers, exposed stone work, two wardrobes, double doors to courtyard.

Bedroom (3.38 x 3.11)

Exposed timbers, three windows.


Stand alone bath with shower over, w.c., wash hand basin, three obscure windows to front and side elevation.

Staircase leads to first floor



Vaulted ceiling, two windows to rear elevation.

Living/Drawing Room (7.43 x 6.07)

Large inglenook stone fireplace inset wood burning stove, vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers with 'A' frame, oak floor, either windows to include 'Arrow slit' with rural views.

Family Bathroom

Modern white suite comprising bath, w.c., wash hand basin, steps up to shower enclosure, tiled flooring, exposed timbers and stone work, two obscure windows to front elevation, built in storage.

Bedroom (5.30 x 2.92)

Windows to both front and rear elevation, exposed beams, stone work, access to attic room.


The property benefits from a court yard garden with patio and paving plus mature borders. There is also driveway with parking for two large vehicles.




Mains electric, water, private drainage system, oil fired central heating

Local Authority

Herefordshire District Council
Tax Band F

Energy Performance Rating

The EPC is currently E52 with the potential C72


Leave Newent via the B4221 (Ross-on-Wye) proceed through Kilcot and Gorsley. Immediately after junction 3 (M50) take the next turning signposted Linton. Continue on this lane for approximately ½ mile where the property is located on the left hand side, opposite the triangle at the next junction.

Disclaimer: These particulars do not form part of any contract and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions in any statement made, whether verbally or written for or on behalf of Naylor Powell.

Floorplans have been prepared for identification purposes only, they are not to scale and no guarantee can be given as to their accuracy.

Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.