Naylor Powell are delighted to present this three-bedroom home, which is situated in a quiet, rural location. The house offers vast potential for improvement and extension subject to the appropriate planning. With grounds approaching half an acre, the property has the scope for a fantastic family home.
- Superb project in the countryside
- Half an acre plot
- Rural Location
- Scope to extend
- No onward chain
The front door is found to the side of the home and accessed directly from the driveway. From the entrance hall, there are stairs to the first floor and doors leading off to the ground floor reception rooms and kitchen. The larger of the two receptions has a traditional fire surround with scope for open fire or wood burning stove and windows overlooking the front garden. The room boasts some fine period features to include a pretty alcove cabinet, wood flooring and picture rails. The second reception room has windows to the front and side of the home and character features to include wood flooring and picture rails. To the rear of the home is the kitchen which has a good sized pantry and large storage cupboard. Within the kitchen is a traditional Rayburn. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a bathroom with bath and wash hand basin, rear porch and WC.
To the first floor are three bedrooms which all enjoy views over the gardens and surrounding land. There are built in cupboards to the third bedroom and access to the loft through a hatch on the landing.
To the side of the property is a driveway with parking for several vehicles which is enclosed by iron gates and a separate gate to the footpath. The driveway leads to a detached outbuilding/garage. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and bordered with an iron fence. The plot to the rear and side of the home is a delight and offers vast potential. The ground are approaching half an acre and boast a variety of fruit trees, a wooded area to the rear, vast expanses of lawn and an abundance of mature hedges and flower beds.
Ketford is one of three hamlets in the Parish of Pauntley and is a lovely rural location with many footpaths and walks taking in the countryside. There is a nature reserve which forms part of the famous Daffodil walks. 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
Main electricity and water. Private drainage (shared septic tank with neighbouring property)
Forest of Dean District Council
From the centre of Newent proceed along to the top of the High Street proceeding over the staggered crossroads towards Dymock. Continue along Lambs Barn Pitch passing Three Ashes lane on the right along the B4215, passing 3shires garden centre, turning right onto Birches Lane. Continue to the end, then turning left onto Botloes Green and follow this lane down the hill. Bear left at Chapel Pitch and follow this road for approx 1 mile and the property will be found on the left hand side.