The Village, Dymock
£285,000 Sold Subject to Contract




Recently improved and charming two bedroom detached cottage. Set within the grounds of a former rectory and boasting pleasant walled gardens and off road parking all in a village location.

  • Well presented
  • Recently improved
  • Ensuite to master
  • Lovely walled gardens
  • Village location
  • EPC E45

Accommodation

The property has been sympathetically improved and modernised throughout and benefits from an abundance of natural light and versatile accommodation. The entrance hall welcomes you in and leads off to the right into the spacious living room with feature fireplace. Double doors open into the conservatory which in turn leads out to the gardens. From the living room a further door gives access into the kitchen which is well appointed and offers space for breakfast table. The entrance hall also has doors off to the main bathroom and ground floor bedroom which enjoys built in wardrobe. To the first floor is master bedroom with en suite shower room.

Outside

There is parking for 2 vehicles on drive outside the front of the property and gated access leads around to the enclosed, walled garden which has Indian slate patio area, ideal for al fresco dining, large lawn area and a variety of mature shrubs, bushes and trees amongst the beds and borders. There is a green house and handy brick built shed with power and lighting. To the other side is an attractive arched pergola and rose garden. Access can be gained around both sides of the property.

Location

Dymock is a small rural village in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, about four miles south of Ledbury. The rural location benefits from the local Ann Cam Primary School, the village owned Beauchamp Arms, garage, shop, bus route and good motorway links to both the M50 and M5. Providing a wide range of events throughout the year including the Dymock Half Marathon, the Dymock Music Festival as well as the active Cricket Club. Alongside the villages renowned wild daffodils walks in the spring and the famous Stinking Bishop cheese.

Tenure, services and local authority

Freehold
Mains electric, water, drainage and oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean district council (Tax Band B)
EPC 45 Please note since report new windows, heating and improvements have been done

Directions

Proceed out of Newent on the B4215 towards Dymock/Ledbury. On reaching Dymock and shortly after passing the Beauchamp Arms on the right hand side, proceed round the bend. Turn into the grounds of the High House and the cottage can be located at the end of drive on the left.

Location