An extremely spacious and attractive 7 bedroomed detached 'Gorsley Stone' double fronted period house situated within the popular village of Gorsley set in gardens of approximately half an acre adjoining open farm land to the rear.
* 28' Drawing Room * 24 Kitchen/Breakfast Room * 2 Further Sitting Rooms * Utility Room * Cloakroom/W.C * Oil Fired Central Heating * 4 First Floor Bedrooms * 3 Second Floor Bedrooms * Bathroom/W.C * Separate Shower Room/W.C * Lovely Gardens & Views * Outbuildings & Parking
The property is situated along the B4221 within the popular South Herefordshire village of Gorsley where there are amenities including Shop, Post Office, excellent Primary School, Public House/Nepalese Restaurant, Ross on Wye Golf Course, Baptist and C of E Churches.
Gorsley lies approximately three miles West of the market town of Newent, approximately 6 miles East of Ross on Wye, each providing a good range of amenities. For commuters the nearby Junction 3 of the M50 gives superb links to the Midlands and South Wales.
Part glazed entrance door with double glazed side panels gives access to:
Lovely Reception Hall: 16'7" x 7'5" (5.05m x 2.26m)
With flagstone style flooring, ceiling spotlights, radiators, power points, telephone point. Door into:
With flagstone flooring, low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator and extractor fan.
Open Plan from Hall to:
Sitting Room/Snug: 15'8" x 12' (4.78m x 3.66m)
With parquet flooring, two sash windows to side aspect with views over garden. Radiator, wall lights, power points, stairs to first floor with cupboard beneath. Door into:
Drawing Room: 27'10" x 13' (8.48m x 3.96m)
With two bay front windows widening the room to 16' (4.88m) each way.
A fabulous light and spacious room currently used as a Sitting and Dining area with parquet flooring, fabulous fireplace with fitted wood/coal burning stove, flagstone hearth and wooden surround. Glazed door to front with Georgian fan light over. Four radiators, ample power points, wall light points, coved ceiling with concealed lighting.
Additional Sitting Room: 14'6" (4.42m) into bay x 12' (3.66m)
Acced from hall and having sash bay window to side aspect. Parquet flooring, wall lights, power points and radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room: 24'4" x 12' (7.42m x 3.66m)
A splendid room with fabulous views over surrounding countryside. The kitchen area is fitted with 'Shaker' style cream bespoke units with slate work tops and complimenting flagstone flooring. Ceiling spotlights, radiator and telephone point. Concealed fridge/freezer, inset enamel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with brass mixing taps. Fabulous views over surrounding countryside. Open plan to breakfast/sitting area with flagstone flooring, spotlights and french doors out to garden and beautiful views to the side and rear. Door into:
Utility Room: 8'3" x 7'6" (2.51m x 2.29m)
With flagstone style flooring, plumbing for washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, radiator, stainless steel sinkset in tiled worktop. Oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Half glazed door out to garden.
From Sitting Room/Snug:
Staircase leads to half landing with door into:
With walk in glazed and tiled shower enclosure, classical white period style 'Adelphi' wash hand basin. Low level W.C. Limestone tiled walls with 'Travertine' frieze. Chromium heated towel radiator. Built in Airing Cupboard with new hot water cylinder and immersion heater timer. Two glazed windows to rear.
From Half Landing:
Stairs continue up to main landing with doors into:
Bedroom 1: 15'7" x 13" (4.75m x 0.33m)
A superb light and spacious room with sash windows to front and side aspects. Coved ceiling, power points and radiator.
Bedroom 2: 13' x 12' (3.96m x 3.66m)
Again a good sized double room with window to front aspect with coloured glass insert. Radiator, power points and coving to ceiling.
Bedroom 3: 12'7" x 12' (3.84m x 3.66m)
With sash window to side aspect, pedestal wash hand basin with hot and cold supply. Power points and radiator.
Bedroom 4: 12'7" x 8'8" (3.84m x 2.64m)
With two sash windows to side aspect overlooking the garden. Two radiators, power points and coving to ceiling.
Staircase leads to half landing with door into:
With enamel panel bath with mixer tap. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C, radiator, window to front aspect, wall lights.
From Half Landing:
Stairs with window to side, continue onto:
Second Floor Landing:
With window to side aspect, latch door giving access to steps which lead to roof space and informal sun deck/view point.
Bedroom 5: 12'4" x 9' (3.76m x 2.74m)
With sash window to side aspect, fitted wardrobe, part panelled walls, eaves storage, power points.
Bedroom 6: 12'2" x 8'10" (3.71m x 2.69m)
With sash window to side aspect. Wardrobe and power points. Eaves storage.
Bedroom 7: 10'6" x 9'10" (3.2m x 3m)
Currently used as a music room with glazed dorma window to front aspect extending out and having window seat giving superb views to surrounding countryside, cupboard and eaves storage.
From the B4221, immediately adjacent the post office, gated entrance leads in with gravelled drive way leading to parking and turning area. The gardens extend to both sides, front and rear of the property. There are mature lawns interspersed with trees and shrubs, cotswold stone chipped path ways. The rear boundary adjoins open farmland with tremendous views over surrounding countryside to the Malvern Hills. There are a range of outbuildings including timber garage and store and a nissen hut providing further useful storage. Oil tank for central heating.
From the centre of Ross on Wye, proceed on to the M50, exiting at Junction 3, sign posted Newent. Proceed towards Newent on the B4221, passing Gorsley Goffs School on the left hand side and the Roadmaker Public House on the right. Continue on for approximately quarter of a mile where the property can be found on the left hand side immediately before Gorsley village stores.
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