The original cottage is believed to date back to the 1800's and has sympathetically evolved over recent years to a large family home offering extremely versatile living accommodation whilst enjoying the spectacular views the location offers. The living room with windows to all aspects not only allows an abundance of natural light into the home but also showcases the far reaching views beyond the grounds and opens up into the well appointed family kitchen with electric AGA being a focal point to the room. There are a range of base and wall mounted units with display cabinets and granite worktops plus island with built in hob on top. Off the kitchen is a study with access out to the gardens. From the kitchen an inner hall leads to the original part of the cottage and a further reception room with bay style window and feature fireplace with brick surround. Further hallway leads to useful WC and utility room with plumbing and space for appliances and a range of units and cupboards. There is a door to the outside and doors to a ground floor bedroom/further reception and additional living room with folding doors leading out to patio and affording the spectacular view. Off this room is a modern shower room with shower enclosure, WC and hand basin. This wing of the home could be self contained if required and is extremely flexible in its uses. To the first floor are four bedrooms and a family bathroom with the fourth bedroom offering the scope as dressing room or en-suite to the master. Both bedroom one and two have the benefit of the far reaching outlook over the surrounding farmland and countryside and to the hills beyond.
A sweeping gravel driveway welcomes you into the grounds of this impressive country residence and offers a large area of parking. The house sits in just under an acre which incorporates the driveway and outbuildings plus the beautifully kept, large expanse of lawn and gardens with a variety of maturing trees and boasts a stunning outlook over the paddock and far reaching views into the distance over surrounding countryside. Beyond the ranch style fence is a grassed paddock measuring approx 3.3 acres and would be ideal for equestrian use. There is gated access into field from the parking area.
There is a detached one bedroom annexe that boasts open plan living space with well appointed kitchen, dual aspect windows and double doors to the gardens. On the first floor is a double bedroom plus modern shower room. There is a large open fronted barn that measures 13.74m x 6.48m ideal for parking several vehicles and offer ample storage. There is also an additional outbuilding that offers versatile use.
Redmarley D'Abitot is a civil parish and village in the Forest of Dean District. 3 miles (4.83km) north of Newent and 10 miles (16km) north west of Gloucester. St Bartholomews Church located in the centre of the village and the local CE Primary Academy, OFSTED outstanding school, a small village school taking in children from 4 -11 years of age. Redmarley also provides an under 5's playgroup, and active tennis club and cricket club to enhance the village community. The market town of Ledbury is approx 7 miles away and offers excellent shopping and recreational activities. There are good rails links from Ledbury and Gloucester and excellent motorway links.
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band F (£2966.50 2023/24)
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage and oil fired central heating
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