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Queens Wood House is an exciting and innovative property, with bright airy spaces complemented by stunning views. This 4 bedroom detached property enjoys a village location surrounded by countryside with woodland walks and excellent transport links.
Large Porch – Open Plan Living/Dining Room – Snug – Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Area – Utility Room – Cloakroom – Master Suite with Bathroom, Mezzanine and Dressing Room – Second Bedroom with Mezzanine – 2 Further Double Bedrooms – Main Bathroom with Walk-in Shower – Garage/Workshop for 4 Cars with Potential for Annex Conversion – Parking to the Front & Side of the Property for Several Vehicles
From its inception Queens Wood House was inspired by Passive House concepts and incorporates many of the features expected of this design. The property offers energy efficient living, with a delightful ambiance and many bright open plan spaces, offering plenty of room and versatility. It’s unique and well considered design creates a perfectly handsome eco-friendly home, whilst allowing optimum advantage of its situation overlooking the countryside and woodland to the rear. The house offers a plethora of eye-catching architectural and design features. The well-appointed kitchen has a large island, complete with breakfast bar enhanced by a comfortable, bright family area with views over the garden and countryside beyond. Contemporary panelling cleverly disguises hidden doors which lead to the cosy snug and the utility with cloakroom beyond. On the first floor there is a master suite with bathroom, dressing room and mezzanine. The second bedroom also features a mezzanine and there are two further double bedrooms. The house benefits from under floor heating with an air source heat pump, triple glazed windows throughout and a Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery System (MVHRS), which can be explained in more detail by the agent.
Kempley is a small village in the Forest of Dean District. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and forest walks, it is home to an intriguing 12th Century church with well-preserved medieval wall paintings. It has a friendly community, and the village hall hosts a variety of events including an award winning monthly produce market. Just a few miles down the road the larger village of Dymock benefits from a village pub, small shop, cricket and golf clubs. There are excellent village primary schools on the doorstep and bus services to the local high schools. The Cathedral cities of Gloucester, 17 miles Southeast and Hereford, 17 miles Northwest both offer an extensive range of retail and cultural opportunities and independent and grammar schools.
Entrance – Located off the quiet village road, you enter onto an extensive tarmac driveway, large enough for several vehicles, this area is tastefully bordered with yew hedging, and Cornish granite chippings with specimen shrubs. Large stylish wooden gates make the rear garden secure for children and pets.
Porch – A large handsome porch is to the front of the property with convenient outside lighting and porcelain tiled flooring. This structure has planning permission granted to be turned into an enclosed entrance if preferred.
Living/Dining Room – Entering through the contemporary triple glazed front door you are immediately struck by the perfect symmetry and stunning simplicity of this uniquely designed room. There is a calm ambiance highlighted by the use of natural products and the luxury of large open spaces. Most noteworthy is the intriguing 3D ceiling and the remarkably designed stairs that flow to the first floor, offering a bespoke feature against the backdrop of the contemporary panelled wall, with disguised doors that lead to the snug and utility rooms. At the flick of a switch an ingeniously designed and concealed drop down film projector and screen descend from the ceiling and with surround sound you are all set for some fantastic movie nights. Offering a cosy additional focal point to the room is a modern, curved, wood burner, framed by feature panelling. Finally, space for a large dining table and chairs to the back of the room is enhanced by floor to ceiling French doors allowing light to flood in and leading onto the handsome Indian sandstone patio.
Snug – A cleverly disguised, pop-out door in the panelled wall behind the stairs opens to a comfortable snug, tastefully decorated and complimented by clever lighting and a feature ceiling, offering a cosy place to relax.
Utility Room and Cloakroom – A further door in the panelling reveals a utility room with plenty of modern fitted units and space for washing machine and dryer, along with a commercial style stainless steel sink unit. Another door leads through to the cloakroom, tastefully designed in keeping with the house.
Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Area – The magnificent open and bright kitchen flows naturally from the living room. There are a large variety of streamline units with stylish curved edges and they include a slide out larder and spice cupboards, as well as an impressive pantry unit, all well considered and designed for maximum convenience. The large central island offers further units, a wine cooler and a five-ring induction range cooker. There is a charcoal filter extractor hood and space for a standard American style fridge / freezer. The bespoke worktop continues into a breakfast bar with enough space for four bar stools. The cleverly designed high level windows allow light to flood into the room without compromising on privacy. Beyond the breakfast bar is a bright and welcoming family area with an extensive, floor to ceiling feature window framing the garden and countryside beyond. The space is further enhanced by a beautiful individual 3D ceiling offering a point of interest and originality. There are three full height windows overlooking the patio and enabling this space to be flooded with light. One opens fully to provide emergency egress, if ever needed.
Stairs and Landing – From the main living room, the exquisite, open plan, curved staircase takes you to the first floor landing. A generous area with a continuation of the panelled wall from the ground floor.
Master Suite – On entering the master bedroom suite, the floor to ceiling picture window immediately offers a breath-taking outlook to watch the seasons go by, made effortless with the electrically operated curtains. In addition, the suite presents bespoke shelving to the sides of the island bed with a dressing room behind. The en-suite has a bath with separate shower unit, WC, vanity basin, convenient shelving and a movement sensitive, anti-fog mirror. From the master bedroom suite, a set of paddle stairs leads to a good sized mezzanine, giving the bedroom additional space and a luxurious feel with contemporary metal balustrade framing the area. This space is ideal for use as a study or reading room and has a door off it which leads to the plant room, housing all the equipment for water storage and ventilation. There is space for storage into the eaves.
Bedroom 2 – A bright double room to the rear of the property with a beautiful outlook. This room also offers the added advantage of a large mezzanine above, with paddle stairs for access and a contemporary metal balustrade.
Bedroom 3 – A double room facing the front of the property, with views over the neighbouring houses and towards the Malvern Hills.
Bedroom 4 – A well-proportioned double room with a village outlook.
Main Bathroom – A splendid main bathroom with attractive, contemporary free-standing bath, walk-in shower and a ‘floating’ wash basin with cabinet, in addition the large mirror compliments the room and has concealed lighting and heat pad. The bathroom is finished beautifully with slick modern tiling and underfloor heating with porcelain wood effect tiles to the floor.
Garage/Workshop/Offering Annex Possibility – Creating a fantastic opportunity, this generously sized garage has been built to the same specifications as the property and is big enough to house 4 cars. The up and over electric garage double door is insulated and overall, the space offers a good opportunity to convert into a home office or granny annex (subject to the relevant PP) if desired.
Queens Wood House is set on a plot of 0.27 acres in a village situation. The front of the property offers parking for several cars and there is additional gated space to the side for further secure parking if required. The property is finished beautifully and neatly framed by a yew hedge. To the rear, the views over the countryside to Queens Wood are magical through every season. There is a natural flow between inside and outside living with a large stunning Indian sandstone patio off the dining and kitchen areas. The rear garden is cleverly landscaped and easily maintained, making the most of the space and environment, it is hedged on the rear boundary by copper beech. There is an outside shower for dogs or bikes, conveniently placed raised vegetable plots, cordoned fruit trees and a stunning Acer bed, all complimented by Cornish granite chippings. A natural water feature trickles in the background. For garden enthusiasts the shed has power and an outside water tap fed from the 5000-litre rainwater storage tank, which also services the WCs and washing machine.
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band 'D'
Mains Water & Drainage
10 Year Warranty on the Property
10 Year Warranty on the Render
All Windows are Triple Glazed & Triple Sealed Throughout
Mechanical Ventilation & Heat Recovery System, meaning a consistent temperature is always maintained
Air Source Heat Pump with Underfloor Heating
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