An utterly unique mock Gothic tower commanding mesmeric views nestled in the heart of this historic town.
The Gazebo Tower is a local icon, built in 1833 alongside Ross-on Wye's mock Gothic town walls it commands the most outstanding views.
An absolute one-off, this Grade II listed building is located in the heart of the town and would suit a host of would-be purchasers.
A dramatic stone staircase leads to the principal entrance and in turn to the fitted kitchen. Equipped with a good range of units, it has a light and bright feel with plentiful dining space.
Stairs rise to the sitting room which affords breath-taking views over the River Wye and beyond, in good decorative order there is a useful storage cupboard with further stairs leading to the second floor and bedroom.
Served by a well-appointed en suite, the dual aspect configuration makes for a beautifully sunny room. Laid to a wooden floor, a spiral staircase rises to the most fabulous roof terrace which provides unparalleled views of the town, the River Wye and the rolling Herefordshire countryside.
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A picture paints a thousand words....Phil BatesProperty agent