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A Handsome, 2 Double Bedroom Victorian Property with a plethora of beautiful character features, 2 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms and good-sized garden in the heart of the popular village of Dymock, surrounded by countryside walks and excellent transport links.
Entrance Hall – Sitting Room – Dining Area – Kitchen – Bathroom – Sun Room – Cellar – Main Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room – Further Double Bedroom – Off-Road Parking for 2 Cars – Good Sized Garden
VIEWINGS COMMENCE ON MONDAY 20 MARCH – STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Stoneberrow Cottages is an attractive historic building situated in the centre of the village of Dymock, it consists of a terrace of 3 individual properties (circa 1840) and was originally the Beauchamp Estate Office. The property offers beautiful period accommodation with the benefit of generously proportioned rooms and is in excellent order. It presents an ideal opportunity for professional couples or down-sizers and would make a fantastic holiday let opportunity. It is conveniently situated within walking distance of the village amenities including the pub, and with many original features it also benefits from a surprisingly spacious garden and terrace as well as off road parking.
The property is conveniently placed for both the historic market towns of Newent (4 miles) and Ledbury (5.5 miles), both with good High Schools and a broad range of facilities to suit most day-to-day requirements. The M50 (Jct 2) is just 5 miles away, giving access to Birmingham Airport (Approx. 60 miles). The area is rich in countryside walks, including the famous ‘Daffodil Way’. It has a popular cricket club, cosy pub serving traditional food, a golf club and village garage with shop. For more extensive cultural and retail opportunities the Cathedral City of Gloucester is just 14 miles with a direct train route to Paddington and Hereford, 16 miles.
Stoneberrow Cottages stand proudly at the centre of the village, and off the road the property has a cobble stone driveway with enough space for 2 vehicles. The main entrance is at the side of the beautiful stone building and a wood panelled front door with canopy immediately opens into a small entrance hall.
To the right of the hall and to the front of the property is a bright and generously proportioned Sitting Room, benefitting from a striking feature fireplace commanding the centre focal point to the room and allowing for an open fire. The room offers original sash windows and deep skirtings, all you’d expect from a Victorian home. It also benefits from secondary glazing.
To the left of the hall, you enter a dining or breakfast area with an archway leading through to the kitchen, this is an ideal space for modern day living and entertaining. The character and charm of the house continues to flow through it with inset exposed brick walls, a historic fireplace now shown as a feature, and enough space for a 4-seating table and chairs and access to the cellar is off the dining area.
Through the arch the kitchen benefits from a variety of cupboards and drawers and feels slightly separate to the dining space, there is an area for a tall fridge/freezer and washing machine and a fitted electric oven and hob. The addition of traditional cast iron radiators throughout shows every detail has been considered to preserve the historic character of the house.
A further stripped wood panelled door with detailed frosted glazing, leads to the Sun Room and downstairs Bathroom.
An inner hall offers a storage cupboard and space for the oil-fired boiler.
To your left you will discover a surprising addition to this property. Flooded with natural light, the Sun Room faces out to the terrace and garden with double glazed French doors, it creates a perfect area to sit and relax all year long, watching the seasons go by.
To your right the downstairs bathroom features a free standing, claw foot, roll top bath and Victorian style bathroom suite with wash basin and high level traditional WC.
From the entrance hall the stairs lead to a small landing and the first floor, to the right you enter the Main Bedroom:
A good sized room, bright and welcoming with large sash window (including secondary glazing), attractive stripped wooden panelled double wardrobe with further storage above, as well as a traditional cast iron Victorian fireplace. The room feels spacious and is well presented. A further door leads to the Ensuite Shower Room.
Off the main room the ensuite is a real bonus, it is tastefully decorated and has a double shower unit, wash basin and WC.
Bedroom 2 situated to the left of the stairs faces the rear of the property with a pleasant outlook. It features another handsome fireplace and benefits from a fitted storage cupboard, the room is both bright and welcoming.
The property has a fantastic garden which feels private and secure with a 6 foot fence and wooden gates to enter from the driveway. It has been beautifully finished with a pretty rockery to the far end and mature shrubs and specimen trees. It further benefits from a garden shed and off the Sun Room a private little terrace, ideal for alfresco summer dining. The garden is surprisingly spacious and offers a welcome addition to this fantastic property.
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mains Water & Drainage
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band 'B'
Super-Fast Broadband Available in the Village
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