- Village location
- Lovely rural views
- Generous garden
- Two double bedrooms
Entrance porch into entrance hall with doors off, staircase to the first floor. To the right, front to back lounge/dining room with window to front aspect and French doors to the rear garden, open stone fireplace. Left of the hallway is the bathroom, with the kitchen/breakfast room at the rear. The kitchen fitted with light 'Shaker' style base units and eye level units, built in oven with four ring electric hob, built in slimline dishwasher and space for further appliances, window enjoying the countryside views and door out to the rear garden.
The first floor provides two double sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes to both, loft access via bedroom one.
Immediately to the front of the property is a parking bay. Steps lead up to the pathway and continues to the front door with further steps up, lawn laid to the right hand side of the pathway, the left hand side boasts a deep well stocked border of mature trees and shrubs, plus timber garden shed. The pathway also continues around the side of the property to a generous sized rear garden, mainly laid to lawn, summerhouse with power and lighting, raised patio area overlooking the beautiful surrounding countryside. Well enclosed with panel fencing, mature hedging and trees.
Store room/boiler room, housing a Worcester oil fired boiler serving the central heating and domestic hot water, with power and lighting (with limited headroom).
Utility room, space for tumble dryer and plumbing for a washing machine, space for further appliances, additional eye level units and worktop.
The village of Lea benefits from a modern primary school, post office, village store, church, garage and public house with restaurant. Lea is situated approx 6.43 km (4 miles) west of the market town of Ross-on-Wye with superb road links to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Hereford.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected the property, oil fired central heating
Tax Band B
£1,457.80 - 2019/20
Leave Newent via High Street turning left at the traffic lights onto the B4215 towards Ross-on-Wye, proceed for a couple of miles until reaching Kilcot, turning left at Kilcot Cross onto the Aston Ingham road (sign posted Mitcheldean / Lea). Continue through the village of Aston Ingham turning right towards Aston Crews, passing the Penny Farthing. Continue to the crossroads (A40) go straight over the crossroads and turn left signposted Mitcheldean, where the property can be located on the left hand side.