The Avenue, Ross-On-Wye

Highly Contemporary Award Winning Development

Location & Amenities

Positioned in one of the most desirable areas of Ross-on-Wye, it is rare for a new development like The Avenue to come onto the market. Just off the B4234, the location is just close enough to walk into town but far enough away to enjoy the tranquil setting. Hereford and Gloucester are both within a 30 minute commute and Cheltenham within 50 minutes. 

Design & Style

The development features only 9 properties; 4 houses, 3 apartments and 2 lodges all built to the highest standards. The project included converting what was the main building of a former nursing home into 3 beautiful and highly contemporary apartments and the construction of 2 single-storey lodges. 4 three-storey private gated houses line the drive of The Avenue.

Each of the properties have been designed to bring the outside in allowing optimum use of the garden space for living and entertaining. As you'd expect from a development as exclusive as The Avenue, the space has been expertly designed and the specification exudes quality throughout. Right from the initial plans through to the fixtures and fittings the properties have undergone meticulous attention to detail. Superior craftsmanship and an outstanding finish throughout, the materials used are of the best quality.


Selected from hundreds of entries, The Avenue won The 2015 Bronze award for Best Development at the prestigious WhatHouse? Awards. Renowned for being the largest and most prestigious awards event in the UK housebuilding industry, the panel congratulated Freeman Homes on the innovative and high quality development.


Properties at The Avenue have been available to buy with a number of different purchase options dependent on the property type. With the homes ranging across apartments, lodges and houses both Help to Buy and Part Exchange have been available.

The Avenue, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5AW

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