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Ripplewood Manor,
Bromyard

Guide price £1,400,000 4,409 sq. ft.

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A wonderful period property c. 4409 sq. ft. with landscaped gardens, a range of outbuildings and pastureland in a parkland setting of almost 40 acres, surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside.

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  • A wonderful period property c. 4409 sq. ft.
  • Great range of outbuildings
  • Pastureland and woodland
  • Equestrian facilities including stabling and manege
  • Parkland setting of almost 40 acres
  • Surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside
Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, snug, cloakroom, breakfast kitchen, larder, WC, utility. Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, further double bedrooms with adjoining bedroom/sitting room, dressing room/study and bathroom. Second floor: two bedrooms and storage space. Landscaped gardens with tennis court (in need of renovation). Extensive parking. Triple garage, triple carport and glazed store room ideal for classic cars. Detached two storey studio/office. Agricultural/equestrian outbuildings including stabling. Manege. Pastureland. Woodland. EPC=G.

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I have been in property for over 20 years and I'm a third generation property specialist. Property runs through my blood and I get excited about the variety of homes, plots of land, development opportunities and auction lots that I get to see each day. My dream would be to sell large chalets in the French Alps so I can combine my two favourite things selling houses and skiing!

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