- Character cottage
- Oil fired central heating
- Wood burner
- Village location
- No stamp duty FTB
- EPC F28
Gated access leads into a small courtyard area enclosed by stone wall. From here there is access into the utility room and also through the main front door which opens into entrance porch. From here there are double doors into the living room and single door into the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted units, integrated oven and space for breakfast table. It allows in ample natural light with double aspect windows. The living room is off the kitchen and is a welcoming, cosy space with its fireplace and inset wood burning stove. From the living room is a door to inner hallway which has some storage cupboards and leads to both the shower room and utility room. The utility room houses the central heating boiler plus has space for various appliances. There are stairs giving access to first floor landing from the living room which in turn lead to the two bedrooms and bathroom.
Dymock is a small village in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, about 4 miles south of Ledbury. With a local C of E primary school, garage, shop, church, Beauchamps Arms public house, bus route and good motorway links to the M50, 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, Services and Local Authority
Oil fired central heating, Mains water, electric and drainage
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band C (£1481.08 2018/19)
From Newent proceed along the B4125 towards Dymock. Carry on through the village passing the pub and church on your right hand side and the property can be found after a short distance on the left before junction.