- Beautifully presented
- Period features
- Spacious accommodation
- Grounds in excess of 2 acres
- Rural views
- Transport links
This beautiful home has been tastefully extended over the years to provide well-proportioned accommodation and entertaining space. Upon entering the property you are immediately welcomed by a grand entrance hall featuring a striking oak framed staircase and feature fireplace. This area is currently utilised as a formal dining area. The heart of this home is the spacious and light filled kitchen/breakfast/family room with part glazed roof featuring a 2-oven Aga, integrated appliances, tiled flooring and views of the gardens and grounds. The Master bedroom features a sizeable en-suite bathroom, walk in wardrobe and French doors leading onto a small balcony overlooking lawned areas at the front of the property. Three further double bedrooms with exposed wooden floors and family bathroom. Many original features have been maintained throughout the house, including original fireplaces and sash windows.
The extensive south-easterly facing gardens are mostly laid to lawn and surrounded by an abundance of mature trees (including; Oak, Horse Chestnut, Acacia, Canadian Acer, Lime and Copper Beech) and incorporates a small pony paddock bounded by post and rail fencing. A covered terraced area is accessed via French doors from the kitchen which is perfect for alfresco dining. Within the grounds is a further covered raised decking area and a generous sized Summerhouse, which is currently used as a gym by the current owners. The property is accessed via a private sweeping driveway which provides ample off road parking for a number of vehicles. Peaceful rural location with easy access to amenities and main commuter links to rest of the country.
The property is nestled within the rural village of Lea bordering the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty which is characterised by its dramatic and scenic landscapes and dense native woodlands. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Newent are nearby with the Cathedral Cities of Gloucester and Hereford plus Cheltenham within easy driving distance.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains water and electricity, oil fired aga and central heating, private drainage
Herefordshire County Council Tax Band G £2,970.28
From Mitcheldean continue until you reach the cross roads signposted to Aston Ingham and Newent. Proceed along here taking the first drive to the right hand side signposted for Dean End House, follow the road and the house will be found on the left hand side.
Disclaimer: These particulars do not form part of any contract and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions in any statement made, whether verbally or written for or on behalf of Naylor Powell.
Floorplans have been prepared for identification purposes only, they are not to scale and no guarantee can be given as to their accuracy.
Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.