A superb opportunity to purchase a versatile 3 bedroom detached property in need of renovation on a large plot with beautiful views of the open countryside in an enviable setting close to village amenities.
Entrance Porch – L-Shaped Sitting/Dining Room – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Pantry – Hallway – 2 Double Bedrooms – Single Bedroom – Bathroom – A/C – Utility Room – Boot Room – Storage – Front & Rear Gardens – Large Driveway – Sweeping Countryside Views
‘Rosyln’ is constructed of a timber frame with a brick skin, it creates a great opportunity for a potential purchaser to enhance a spacious home in a beautiful semi-rural spot close to excellent transport links and in between two sought after villages. The single storey dwelling offers a large gated entrance drive with parking for several vehicles and good frontage, the rear garden is very spacious and backs on to beautiful countryside with a peaceful and pleasant outlook. Inside, the house is practical with extended accommodation the configuration offers a variety of exciting opportunities for potential purchasers.
Enjoying excellent transport links, the property is conveniently placed for the historic market town of Ledbury (approx. 3.5 miles), with a broad range of facilities to suit most day to day requirements. The Cathedral City of Gloucester is approx. 14 miles and Hereford approx. 15 miles offering more extensive retail and cultural opportunities and with direct trains to Paddington. The M50 (Jct 2) is just 8 miles away giving access to Birmingham Airport (Approx 60 Miles). The area is rich in countryside walks and the village of Dymock has a popular cricket club, cosy pub serving traditional food, a garage with shop as well as a golf club, whilst Much Marcle has a popular pub with a fantastic carvery an outstanding primary school as well as the historic St Helens Manor and is home to Westons Cider.
Entrance Porch – a good sized enclosed porch, UPVC double glazed, with tiled floor, practical with plenty of space for coats and shoes, a wooden door leads straight through to the sitting/dining room.
Sitting/Dining Room – configured in an ‘L’ shape this room is bright with 3 UPVC windows and enough space to divide into a separate Sitting and Dining area if one wished, the room benefits from a large oil burning stove (appox 4 years old) with a handsome brick surround. Doors from the sitting room lead through to the hallway and from the dining area to the kitchen.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – offering a fantastic open plan space the room gives an exciting opportunity to create a superb modern family kitchen, with a large pantry cupboard, charming old oil fired Rayburn (which currently heats the water) and views over the garden to the open countryside beyond. A further door leads through to the utility room.
Utility Room – a good size utility, part of the extension to the property with large window to the side of the house and plumbing for a washing machine, there is plenty of space for white goods, cupboards and a sink unit if necessary. A door from this area leads on to a boot room or back porch.
Boot Room – currently with a sink unit this space offers a practical area to store boots and outerwear leading directly from the garden patio.
There is a good size inner hallway leading to the bedrooms whilst also giving access to the bathroom, kitchen and sitting room.
Bedroom 1 – a bright good size room with double aspect facing the front and side of the property, the room currently has a double mirrored wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 – a smaller double room with a window that overlooks the side aspect.
Bedroom 3 – a bright single bedroom, which could also make a great office and again overlooking the side aspect.
Bathroom – currently fitted with a bath with shower over, wash basin and W.C. with a frosted window allowing for natural light into the room.
‘Rosyln’ is set on a considerable sized plot and has a gated entrance, it is set back from the lane and offers a long driveway leading you to the rear of the property and in turn to a large garage/workshop. Mature hedging surrounds the left and right hand sides with part fenced areas to the rear. The position of this property is enviable, it is surrounded by farmland to the front and back and offers a peaceful way of living without feeling cut off. There is a large patio area backing on to the house and a perfect opportunity to enhance the gardens making the most of the stunning location.
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band 'C'
Electric Heating with Oil Fired Stove and Rayburn
Mains Water, Electric & Private Drainage (shared system)
Property in Need of Renovation
UPVC Double Glazed Throughout
Electric Night Storage Heaters