- Detached family home
- Rural location
- Ample parking and garage
- EPC E51
- No onward chain
Entrance is into a hall with stairs leading to the first floor. Doors lead off to the lounge, bedroom one/office and kitchen/diner. The lounge with feature fireplace opens out into the light and airy conservatory, which in turn leads out into the private rear garden. A real suntrap. The kitchen/diner with under stairs storage cupboard, base and eye level units and large rear aspect window, leads through to the utility room, there is also access via the kitchen to a corridor leading to the garden. Bedroom one with views to the front benefits from built in storage cupboard and en-suite WC.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, both benefiting from built in storage cupboards, and a lovely family bathroom with electric shower over the bath.
To the front of the property is a large lawn, amble off road parking, carport currently housing a caravan and two single garages. Side access leads round to the enclosed rear garden with lawn and patio, looking out across beautiful countryside.
Dymock is a small village in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, about 4 miles south of Ledbury. With a local Church of England Primary School, garage, public house, bus route and good motorway links to the M50 and M5. Dymock is renowned for its wild daffodils in the spring and is the origin of the Dymock Red, a cider apple, and Stinking Bishop cheese.
Tenure, Service and Local Authority
Tenure - Freehold
All mains services
Forest of Dean District Council. Band to be confirmed
From Naylor Powell's office in Newent proceed out of Newent on the B4215 towards Dymock/Ledbury, passing the Beauchamps Arms Inn on the right hand side. Shortly afterwards take a left turn onto Kempley Road. Continue over the bridge and bear right where the property can be found immediately on the left.