- Village location
- Views over the lake
- Modern home
- 2 Allocated parking space
- Utility room
Built in 2015 the modern home is accessed from the pavement via an iron gate and fence. The front door has a practical storm porch. From the entrance hall there are stairs off to the first floor and a door leading through to the living room. The living room has a window to the front of the property overlooking the lake and green opposite. A door leads through to the well-appointed kitchen/diner which includes a range of modern base and wall mounted units. Built in appliances include an electric oven, gas hob, extractor hood and dishwasher. This sociable space has room for a dining table and French doors leading out to the rear garden. Leading off the kitchen is a handy utility room with a sink unit and plumbing for a washing machine. Beyond the utility is a WC.
To the first floor are three good sized bedrooms, with the master and bedroom three enjoying rural views over the local farmland. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom can also be found on this floor with a modern white suite.
To the front of the property is a path leading to the front door with grass to either side. A path leads around to the side of the property where you can access the rear garden through a gate.
To the rear of the home is a lovely private garden. The garden is predominantly laid to turf with a patio area for outside dining. A footpath leads down to the end of the garden where a gate will take you through to two allocated parking spaces at the rear.
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 local authority
LPG fired central heating, mains water (metered supply), mains electric and drainage
Forest of Dean district council - Tax Band D
Maintenance charge of approx £275 per year for upkeep of communal areas on the development
From Newent, take the B4215 towards Dymock. Upon reaching the village proceed past the pub and church taking the next turning on the left onto Kempley Road. Then take the first left into Western Way and proceed to the end of the close. Bear left into Winding Pool Close where the property can be found set back on the right.