The Village, Dymock
£495,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL PRESENTED FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED COTTAGE located in the HIGHLY POPULAR VILLAGE of DYMOCK with ORIGINAL CHARACTER FEATURES to include EXPOSED BEAMS, THUMB LATCH DOORS and FIREPLACE, with LARGE DETACHED GARAGE / WORKSHOP and GARDENS BACKING ONTO OPEN FIELDS.

The property is entered via a UPVC double glazed composite door into:

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM

5.38m x 3.10m (17'8 x 10'2)

A range of base and wall mounted units, laminated worktops, tiled splashbacks, feature exposed brick detailing, exposed ceiling timbers, integrated double oven with four ring halogen hob, under unit lighting, tiled floor, plumbing for dishwasher, space for under counter appliance, space for tall fridge / freezer, tiled floor, two single radiators, spot lighting, telephone point, rear aspect window, two Velux roof lights, side aspect window. Thumb latch door to:

INNER HALL

4.19m x 1.68m (13'9 x 5'6)

Single radiator, thermostat controls, UPVC double glazed back door, rear aspect window. Door into:

UTILITY ROOM

2.01m x 1.35m (6'7 x 4'5)

Floor mounted Worcester oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating, plumbing for washing machine, shelving and storage space, rear aspect window.

CLOAKROOM

1.88m x 1.22m (6'2 x 4')

White suite comprising of vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboard below, built-in WC, chrome heated towel rail, side aspect frosted window.

LOUNGE

4.88m x 3.78m (16'0 x 12'5)

Exposed brick fireplace with inset cast iron log burner, two radiators, wall light fittings, exposed brickwork and ceiling beams, open under stairs area, turning staircase leading off, two front aspect windows (one is a bay window). Opening into:

DINING ROOM

3.66m x 3.07m (12'0 x 10'1)

Alternatively accessed from the kitchen / breakfast room, single radiator, exposed brickwork, wall light fittings, exposed ceiling beams, front aspect bay window.

A TURNING STAIRCASE FROM THE LOUNGE LEADS TO THE FIRST FLOOR.

LANDING

Exposed ceiling beams, large loft hatch with pull down ladder (the loft has lighting and is partially boarded), telephone point, thumb latch doors lead to all bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1

3.66m x 3.10m (12'0 x 10'2)

Built-in wardrobes, single radiator, front aspect window.

BEDROOM 2

3.07m x 3.05m (10'1 x 10'0)

Single radiator, side and rear aspect windows offering pleasant views over the gardens and towards the surrounding countryside.

BEDROOM 3

3.78m x 1.88m (12'5 x 6'2)

Single radiator, two rear aspect windows overlooking the gardens and towards the surrounding countryside.

BEDROOM 4 / STUDY

2.97m x 1.35m (9'9 x 4'5)

Additional recess housing built-in wardrobes, single radiator, front aspect window.

BATHROOM

2.54m x 1.85m max (8'4 x 6'1 max)

Three piece suite comprising of tiled panelled bath with mixer tap and built-in electric shower over, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, mirrored medicine cabinet, exposed ceiling beam, door to airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank with slatted shelving and storage space, further over the stairs storage space, chrome heated towel rail, tiled walls, extractor fan, inset spot lighting, side aspect frosted window.

OUTSIDE

There is a small front garden area which is gravelled and enclosed by brick walling. A driveway, with five bar wooden gate, provides off road parking for three vehicles, large block paved area to the rear offering potential for further off road parking if required, oil tank, outside water tap, raised borders, double metal opening doors leading to:

GARAGE / WORKSHOP

7.67m x 3.18m (25'2 x 10'5)

Extractor fan, two side aspect and one rear aspect double glazed UPVC windows, half UPVC double glazed door providing alternative access. The garage has a boarded roof space with pull down ladder, full power and lighting, water supply. There was historic planning to convert the garage / workshop into a granny annexe (which has since lapsed).

The garden is mainly laid to lawn with wooden built garden shed. At the bottom of the garden, there is concrete hardstanding where views over the fields can be enjoyed. This area is believed to be a former pig sty. At the bottom of the garden there are several mature trees and the gardens are enclosed by hedges and fencing and measures approximately 110ft in length. External power points.

SERVICES

Mains water, drainage and electric, oil fired heating.

WATER RATES

Severn Trent - to be confirmed.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Council Tax Band: E

Forest of Dean District Council, Council Offices, High Street, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8HG.

TENURE

Freehold.

VIEWING

Strictly through the Owners Selling Agent, Steve Gooch, who will be delighted to escort interested applicants to view if required. Office Opening Hours 8.30am - 7.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.30pm Saturday.

DIRECTIONS

From Newent, take the B4215 towards Dymock. Upon entering the village, go past the Beauchamp Arms public house and church on your right hand side where the property can be found a short distance on the right hand side as marked by our For Sale board.

PROPERTY SURVEYS

Qualified Chartered Surveyors (with over 20 years experience) available to undertake surveys (to include Mortgage Surveys/RICS Housebuyers Reports/Full Structural Surveys).

01531 248077

Steve Gooch - Newent Sales

4 High Street, Newent, GL18 1AN

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