This “unique” home is surrounded by woodlands and is full of reclaimed period features.
Tree Tops, on Homs Road, sits in an elevated position overlooking the town, and is nestled in a copse of woodlands close to riverside and country walks.
The house was built 14 years ago, but incorporates reclaimed fixtures and fittings such as a staircase made from old church pews, another fitted pew to provide seating, and a beamed archway.
The house’s entrance is designed to feel cottage-like, with an outdoor seating area and a porthole window.
Once inside, the ground floor is made up of an L-shaped hallway with a back lobby, a kitchen with fitted units and an exposed brick chimney breast housing the electric range, and a dining area/snug with a stone fireplace and the fitted pew.
Also on this level are the utility/cloakroom and a sitting room with outlooks over the treetops.
Upstairs, there is a galleried-style landing leading to the main bedroom, which has an en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe, as well as three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, there is a sun terrace at the front of the property looking out towards the River Wye, while the woodland garden is to the side of the property, with a storage shed and additional outbuildings.
There are also sleeper steps leading down through the trees into the town centre.
The property is being sold by GlassHouse Properties for a guide price of £475,000.
Jayne Kingaby of GlassHouse Properties commented: “Tree Tops is such a unique and individual property, offering a great opportunity for any potential purchaser.
“It offers a plethora of reclaimed character features and is nestled in an elevated position overlooking the market town of Ross-On-Wye, close to riverside walks.”