This Tudor building for sale has been an antiques emporium for the last 50 years - and now it could be your home. 

The property, in Ross-on-Wye, dates back to the 16th century and is Grade II listed, with period features including sash windows and a chamfered beam. 

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The entrance to the property. (The Property Hub )

The building is set over three storeys, with a stucco front, a slate roof and gabled dormers. 

On the ground floor, there is 1,500 square feet of space, currently split into three retail showrooms and a storage room.

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There are period features throughout, including exposed beams. (The Property Hub )

Throughout the space, there is a grand inglenook fireplace, timbered walls and character ceilings, as well as flagstone flooring. 

The first and second floors are used as additional showroom areas, with an office space, a kitchen and a bathroom. 

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The large inglenook fireplace. (The Property Hub )

On the first floor, there are timber frames and a Gothic hand-painted wood beam ceiling. 

These levels have independent access, and planning permission has been granted for a residential apartment with two bedrooms. 

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On the first floor there are hand-painted ceiling beams. (The Property Hub )

The property is being sold by The Property Hub for a price of £299,000.

The agent said: “As a Grade II listed building, this three-storey structure has served as an antique emporium for the past five decades, harmoniously aligning with its 16th-century origins and serving as an ideal home for exquisite furniture pieces.

“The ground floor spans 1,500 square feet and is currently configured into three distinct retail showrooms, accompanied by an extra storage room with access to a rear courtyard. 

“The space is enriched with captivating features like a grand inglenook fireplace, timbered walls, and ceilings that exude historical charm and character throughout the premises.”