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Gorsley,, Ross-On-Wye,, Herefordshire

0 BEDS | 0 BATHROOMS | 13.39 Acres | GUIDE PRICE £350,000



DELIGHTFUL BLOCK OF HISTORIC PASTURE EXTENDING TO SOME 13.39 ACRES


THE LAND occupies a quiet and sheltered area on the Herefordshire/Gloucestershire borders benefitting from a stream passing through the land. There are sheltering trees and just one gated access from Sterrys Lane.

Within the land is a 2-bay steel Dutch Barn and a range of dilapidated brick outbuildings.

Historically the main field was believed to have been a reservoir having the remains of a stone retaining wall on the eastern boundary. This served the former Iron Works in Newent. The whole extends to some 13.39 Acres (5.42 Ha.).

FOOTPATH: There is a public footpath passing along the eastern boundary.

SERVICES: Water and electricity in Sterrys Lane.

ENTITLEMENTS: There are no Entitlements passing with the land.

DIRECTIONS: From the Jays Green junction with the M50 (J3) take the B4221 road towards Newent and after the "County" sign proceed for approx. 1/2 a mile when Sterrys Lane will be found on the right hand side. When arriving at a mown strip on the right hand side you will see a 'For Sale' sign on the access gate to the site.

From Newent take the road to Gorsley and the M50 and after passing Gorsley Church on the left hand side take the second left turning into Sterrys Lane.

VIEWING: At any reasonable time.

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