From the parking area at the rear, you enter the property via the utility room door. The practical utility room has plumbing for a washing machine plus space for further appliances. There is a handy storage cupboard, Velux roof lights and a door into the shower room which comprises a WC, wash hand basin and shower enclosure. A door from the utility room leads through to the dining room which boasts exposed beams on walls and ceilings and opens into the kitchen. Within the kitchen is a Belfast style sink, a range of shaker style, blue base units and a useful pantry cupboard. The oil-fired Stanley range cooker provides the central heating and hot water for the home.
The living room boasts an abundance of character to include a striking, deep inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed timbers, brickwork and beautiful arched picture window. There is even a ‘nod’ to the past with the historic method of construction, wattle and daub, exposed on one wall. A solid wooden door leads out to a path at the front of the property.
The stairs to first floor are accessed via a door in the dining room and lead up to a landing. The well-appointed family bathroom can be found on the left. The master bedroom with dual aspect windows has a deep alcove which works well as a wardrobe with hanging space. Both bedrooms have an abundance of exposed timbers and a wealth of character.
A gravelled driveway to the side of the property leads to a parking area with parking and access to the detached outbuilding. The outbuilding is fitted with electrics, telephone/internet confections, air conditioning and a heating system making it an ideal home office/studio space .
Beyond the office, a path leads to the secluded garden which is well stocked with an array of mature shrubs, bushes, borders and trees along with an expanse of lawn. The garden backs onto fields and offers a great degree of privacy and although well established still offers scope for someone to put their own stamp on it.
At the back door of the property is a paved patio area with feature water pump, storage shed and outside tap.
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.
Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council
Tax Band D £1906.42 -2021/22
Proceed out of Newent on the B4215 towards Dymock/Ledbury. On reaching Dymock continue past the Church and the garage and the property will then be located on the right hand side.
Please be aware that the neighbouring property enjoys a right of way over the driveway to the side of the cottage for access purposes.
We are advised by the current vendors that the property was re-wired in 2019 and part of the roof was re-thatched in approx 2018