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PROP ERT Y – THROUGH THE K E YHOL E


THROUGH THE KEYHOLE COTHARS FARM


Cothars Farm at Gorsley, near Ross-on-Wye, is an outstanding country residence, enjoying an enviable location within the village of Gorsley with fantastic views all around. The property comprises a spacious and very well presented main house, a substantial 2 bedroom annex, a swimming pool complex complete with indoor pool, gymnasium and changing room, double garage, outbuildings and well tended gardens. A selection of paddocks surrounds the property on 3 sides, which, combined with the rest of the plot amounts to 12.4 acres.


The village of Gorsley is situated in the heart of the countryside of rural South Herefordshire close to the border with Gloucestershire. Gorsley is a thriving and picturesque village with a primary school, public house, golf club, Baptist chapel, C of E church and bus services. There is also a Village Hall where all kinds of local events, classes and get togethers take place. Newent and Gloucester offer further amenities as well as the bustling market town of Ross-on-Wye having a variety of most attractive period buildings with a good range of shopping, sporting and cultural amenities. There are three primary schools in Ross, a well-regarded comprehensive school and several private schools within travelling distance.


This area of Herefordshire is renowned for its beauty and recreation with sports in abundance to suit most needs, with rugby, football, tennis, cricket and rowing clubs as well as golf courses at Ross, Monmouth and Dymock and racecourses at Hereford, Cheltenham and Worcester. Being positioned superbly for outdoor pursuits, the scenic River Wye offers top class fishing opportunities, there are glorious walks and rides through the surrounding countryside and the Forest of Dean and the house is conveniently positioned for commuting with road links having easy access to the M50, the Midlands as well as Bristol and Birmingham international airports. There are mainline railway stations at Gloucester and Ledbury with direct trains to London Paddington.


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