The ground floor is a hugely versatile space with the current layout designed to cater for the needs of the residents with four en-suite bedrooms, residents lounge and living area, large conservatory, kitchen and activity rooms. On the first floor of the main house are six bedrooms, five of which have en-suite shower rooms and a large bathroom. There are staff quarters accessed from a separate staircase consisting of a bedroom and shower room.
The planning permission gives the potential to alter the space to a modern, spacious family home with a one bedroom annexe attached. The property requires renovation works throughout, however, it offers vast potential for either a family home or as a care home.
The property sits in a roughly rectangular plot extending to approximately 3.48 acres. The west and southern boundaries are surrounded by open farmland giving excellent views towards Newent, May Hill, Linton Ridge and The Malvern Hills. A gravelled driveway gives access from the road and sweeps round between mature trees and shrubs to the large parking and turning area and access to the property. Beech hedging provides the eastern boundary and the remainder of the perimeter is well hedged and fenced. There is a timber built chalet with power that had been used as external office space. The gardens provide excellent and varied themes, including a wide range of deciduous and coniferous trees, shrubs, a small orchard and soft fruit trees alongside a large lawn. A gravelled footpath has been cleverly designed to offer a pleasant meandering walk around the gardens. There are outside water taps, security illumination and external power points. There is a large patio from the conservatory, to the west side, surrounded by decorative brick walling, exterior wall lights and power points, and an outside cold water tap. There are ramps leading to accesses.
Three Ashes House is situated about 1 mile north of Newent, just off the Dymock Road in the heart of rural countryside and with excellent views to the north and south to May Hill. The ancient Market Town of Newent has a good range of Shops, Health Centre, Library, Schools, Churches and Public Houses, and for the more comprehensive shopping needs Gloucester is about 10 miles south and Ross-on-Wye about 7 miles to the west. Junction 3 of the M50 is about 4 miles away for easy access to the Motorway system.
Mains water and electrics, oil fired central heating and private drainage
Forest of Dean District Council
Planning ref P0670/20/FUL
From Newent take the B4215 towards Dymock and after about 0.75 of a mile look for a well concealed driveway to the house on the left-hand side.