Five bedroom period stone attached farmhouse with views to open countryside. Benefits two receptions, utility, master ensuite, landscaped gardens and two courtyards.
A most characterful period stone attached farmhouse located in a hamlet at the end of a private driveway with views to open countryside. The property features double aspect sitting room, inner hallway, vaulted dining room together with beautiful farmhouse style kitchen. To the first floor is a bathroom, three bedrooms including a master bedroom having ensuite bathroom with two further bedrooms to the second floor. The property stands in landscaped gardens with two courtyards and a vegetable cultivation area.
We strongly recommend your earliest inspection of this property to appreciate both its location and character.
Located between Ross-on-Wye and Drybrook the property enjoys local farmland views and walks yet the M50 motorway is accessible via Ross-on-Wye. Gloucester is also accessible having intercity links to London and nationwide. The Forest of Dean and Symonds Yat are also accessible offering an array of sporting and leisure amenities.
gabled entrance porch
Period door to:
26'1" x 12'0" (7.95m x 3.66m)
Formerly two rooms and having double aspect double glazed windows to front, exposed ceiling beams, feature fireplace to either end of room, one having open grate the other having woodburner, radiators.
Feature stairway to first floor galleried landing, steps down to kitchen via wrought iron gate, flagstone flooring.
15'1" x 8'2" (4.6m x 2.49m)
Vaulted ceiling, slate flooring, French doors to rear courtyard garden, radiator, window to rear.
16'10" x 16'2" (5.13m x 4.93m)
Beautifully appointed room having feature limestone flooring together with Shaker style cream fronted units to three sides and including a matching island unit. Cupboards and drawers incorporating a one and a half bowl inset sink unit, space for range cooker, stainless steel extractor hood, integrated dishwasher, exposed beams with recess downlighters, exposed stone walling, pantry cupboard, double casement doors to the rear of the property, further doorway to front.
9'0" x 7'7" (2.74m x 2.31m)
Leading from the inner hall having flagstone flooring, radiators, sink unit, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, electrical appliance storage space, door to rear garden, window to side.
First floor landing
Exposed ceiling beams, window to rear and enclosed stairway to second floor.
17'3" x 16'0" narrowing to 10'3" (5.26m x 4.88m narrowing to 3.12m)
Wealth of exposed timbers and exposed stone walling, three windows. Door to:
White suite comprising panelled bath, tiled shower surround with screen and deluge shower. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., window to rear, radiator.
12'4" x 12'0" (3.76m x 3.66m)
Feature wood flooring, ceiling beam, double glazed window to front, radiator, understairs storage cupboard.
12'0" x 11'0" (3.66m x 3.35m)
Exposed ceiling beam, period stone fireplace with Victorian grate, door to understairs wardrobe cupboard, double glazed window to front, radiator.
White suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround and mixer taps incorporating deluge shower attachment, rail and curtain. Wash hand basin, low level W.C., wood flooring, window, radiator.
Enclosed stairway to
second floor landing
12'5" x 12'2" (3.78m x 3.71m)
Two double glazed windows with distant views, radiator.
12'3" x 11'0" (3.73m x 3.35m)
Double glazed window to front and side with distant views, radiator, feature fireplace.
The property is approached via the end of a shared driveway by a pair of wrought iron gates leading into a private driveway and turning circle. There is currently a hardstanding base for a double garage. Steps from the driveway lead up to a swiss style chalet, 10' x 10' having power and light, presently used as an office.
The property is set in formal gardens having been landscaped to provide various areas on two levels. Initially to the front of the property is an enclosed lawned area having shrubbery archway leading through to a side pathway which leads back through to the initial driveway. To either side of the pathway is mature shrubbery and planting providing both privacy and colour to the property. There are further raised lawns with various mature shrubbery and trees, pergola with terraced garden and steps leading up from the lower lawns.
The present owners have created a kitchen garden lying towards the rear of the property having gravelled pathway and various raised vegetable beds being screened to the boundaries by hedgerow and mature trees. Immediately to the rear of the utility room is a courtyard presently used as a dog run, leading from the kitchen is a further decorative courtyard area having patio, raised water feature and pond.
We are advised freehold to be verified through your solicitor.
From our offices in Ross-on-Wye leave via the A40 continuing through the village of Weston-under-Penyard before turning right as signposted Drybrook. Follow this road through Bailey Lane End continuing past the old railway cutting before turning immediately left opposite the entrance to Euroclydon Care Home, onto a single track gravelled driveway following it past the stables and shutting the gate behind you. The property will be found at the end of this lane catered by double wrought iron gates.
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