Upon arriving at the home, you are welcomed into a spacious reception hall. A practical solid wood floor seamlessly leads from the hallway to the rear of the home. There is ample storage space for coats and shoes in the built-in cupboards. Doors lead off to the ground floor accommodation and there are stairs to the first floor.
To the left of the entrance hall is a cosy living room. The light and airy room has a window overlooking the front of the property and French doors leading into the conservatory. To the right of the entrance is a lovely formal dining room with a window overlooking the front garden. This is a versatile space and could comfortably be used as a further bedroom or indeed a study. At the rear of the property is the kitchen/breakfast room which is a lovely sociable space. The kitchen incorporates a range a wall and base mounted units in a cream, shaker style with solid wood worktops and modern subway tiles. There are a range of integrated appliances to include eye-level double oven, electric hob with extractor hood and dishwasher. The stainless-steel sink is thoughtfully positioned to enjoy views out to the garden. Off the kitchen is a handy utility room with additional storage cupboards, space for a washing machine and sink. A solid wood door leads out to the side of the home.
From the kitchen, French doors lead through to a wonderful conservatory which is flooded with natural light. The room is a lovely space to enjoy views over the garden while French doors lead out to the patio. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin.
The first-floor bedrooms lead off a wonderfully spacious landing with further storage space in the airing cupboard and access to the loft through a ceiling hatch. The master bedroom has dual aspect windows overlooking the front and rear of the home. The modern en-suite has an integrated shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The two additional bedrooms are good sized double rooms. The family bathroom is fully tiled in a neutral, modern design and incorporates a bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
To the front of the property steps lead up to the front door flanked by gently sloping lawned garden on both sides with mature beds. Gated side access leads around to the rear garden which enjoys a sunny patio area off the conservatory, lawn area, paved path gives access to garage. Established flower beds wrap around the garden which is enclosed by fencing. The garage and parking is at the rear of the property.
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.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG central heating
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band E £2229.83 (2020/21)
Proceed out of Newent on the B4215 towards Dymock/Ledbury. Proceed into Dymock passing the fuel station on the left hand side, after the next bend the property can be located set back on the left hand side.