From the entrance hall you are welcomed into the living room which boasts a feature fireplace with inset wood burning stove creating a cosy atmosphere. There is a window to the front aspect and door into the well appointed kitchen with solid bamboo worktops and flooring and a range of base mounted units and integrated appliances to include dishwasher, double oven plus induction hob and wine cooler. There are spaces for washing machine and American Fridge freezer plus a handy pantry cupboard. Folding doors then lead into the family room across the rear of the property with tri folding doors and sky lights allowing in an abundance of natural light as well as views over the garden and farmland beyond. Off this space is an inner lobby with storage cupboard and access to cloakroom. To the first floor are four bedrooms plus a great landing space ideal for study area and the family bathroom which benefits from a full suite to include bath, shower cubicle, WC and hand basin and also enjoys the solid bamboo flooring. The bedrooms all enjoy lovely views over the farmland beyond.
The property is approached via a large gravelled driveway with parking for several vehicles which leads to the double garage. The garage has two sets of double doors and benefits from outside tap, internal power and lighting, two windows and access to and from the rear garden.
Gated side access leads around to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn however also boasts two separate patio areas ideal for al fresco dining! The garden backs onto farmland and is enclosed with fencing and mature hedgerow.
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 electric and water, private septic tank, oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band C
Proceed out of Newent on the B4215 towards Dymock/Ledbury. On entering Dymock on the right hand bend, the property can be located on the right hand side.