This enormous six-bedroom house from the fifties with more than an acre of grounds is on the market for £1.1m.

Redhill House, in Ross-on-Wye, was built in 1959 and spans more than a thousand square feet, making it perfect for hosting - and with so many bedrooms, you could house all of your friends for the night.

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The house retains its original 1950s door. (Fine & Country )

The property, which looks out over the countryside, also benefits from a footpath leading directly into town.

The entrance to the property features an original door with leaded glass, which leads to a reception hallway with an original staircase.

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Several of the rooms in the property, such as this airy bedroom, contain bay-fronted windows. (Fine & Country)

Rooms on the ground floor include a kitchen/breakfast room and two bay-fronted reception rooms looking out over the gardens, a sitting room leading into a summer room, as well as a utility room, cloakroom and large cupboard.

On the first and second floors, there are two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, plus four further bedrooms and two more bathrooms, with an extra feature of the upper floors being a balcony/terrace overlooking the countryside.

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The balcony looks out over the surrounding countryside. (Fine & Country)

Outside, there are two double garages and outbuildings, with the lawns featuring a woodland area and a water feature.

There are also patio areas and a vegetable pit, and an entertaining area with a firepit.

The property has been brought to market by estate agents Fine & Country.

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The property comes with plenty of unique features, like its own vegetable garden. (Fine & Country)

Ann Higgins of Fine & Country commented: “A rare opportunity to acquire a superb imposing period, six bedroomed home, set in over an acre of attractive secluded gardens.

“Redhill House occupies an enviable and most prestigious location within Ross on Wye with easy access to the town and countryside, and commands glorious far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside.”