Naylor Powell are delighted to present this truly unique opportunity. Located in a fantastic setting with outline planning permission passed for a stylish contemporary family home boasting a plot approaching 1.25 acres combing building plot and paddock. This project offers the best of both worlds with a sleek and modern design along with the land to give scope for a slice of "the good life".
The plot itself has good access from the village lane and will be elevated over its grounds to take in the spectacular views. The grounds gently slope and would be ideal for a pony, grazing other animals, growing veg or just a great garden to enjoy. Views over the paddock and surrounding countryside and orchards. You can also see parts of the Medieval village and beautiful Grade 1 listed village church.
The outline planning incorporates three large, en-suite bedrooms on the lower ground floor and a great open plan living/dining/kitchen to the upper ground floor with lots of glass to make the most of the views and allow an abundance of natural light. There will also be a raised terrace surrounding the property to really enjoy the environment and 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.
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 and then turn left at the junction. Continue along the lane passing the pub on your left hand side and the plot is situated behind and in the grounds of Court House.
Planning reference: P192332/F
Herefordshire County Council