Gorsley, Ross-On-Wye
£455,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A fantastic four bedroom detached cottage in the popular village of Gorsley offering a lovely mix of traditional character features alongside stylish contemporary finishes. Large garden, outbuildings and great open plan living space.

  • Character features
  • Open plan living
  • Large garden
  • Ample parking
  • Double garage
  • Great commuter links


The entrance hall has handy cloakroom off to the right and then opens up into the impressive open plan kitchen/dining living room which is a light and airy space ideal for family living. There are bi-fold doors leading to the garden from the dining area and the well-appointed kitchen boasts oak worktops, central island and a Belfast style sink. Also on the ground floor are two further reception rooms, one used as a lovely cosy sitting room with feature fireplace and inset wood burning stove and the other, as a snug. The open staircase leads to first floor where there are four bedrooms and good sized family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower enclosure.


Double electric gates give access to the driveway which offers ample parking and turning space. This leads to the detached oak framed double garage with double doors and connected to mains power. The garden is mainly laid to lawn to the side and rear of the house with private patio also to the rear, accessed from the main living room. In addition, there is a further detached office/studio with mains power and internet connection ideal for those working from home.


Gorsley is a village situated in the heart of the countryside of rural South Herefordshire straddling the border with Gloucestershire. The village is surrounded by woodland and overlooked by Linton Ridge and May Hill with the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, providing beautiful surroundings to enjoy walks and other outdoor activities. Gorsley is a friendly welcoming community with its Baptist Chapel, village hall, a primary school and nursery. There is also a public house where locals enjoy socialising and home may quinine. The village has a bus service and good motorway links to the M50 and M5.

Tenure, Services and Local Authority

Mains water and electric, LPG gas fired central heating (underfloor downstairs) Private drainage
Council Tax Band D


From Newent head along the B4221 towards Ross on Wye. Upon approaching the village passing the church on the left and then passing a turning to Stoney Road also on the left the property can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.