Nestled on the edge of Forestry Commission land with fantastic views this three bedroom dormer style property of good sized accommodation with garage, workshop and good sized gardens.
* uPVC Double Glazing * Mains Gas Central Heating * Kitchen *Lounge * Study * Three Bedrooms * Shower Room * Garage with Workshop * Views * Good Sized Gardens *Outbuildings
The property is set in the rural sought after hamlet of Harrow Hill which has an abundance of woodland walks in the Royal Forest of Dean. The property is situated close to the village of Drybrook which offers an excellent range of amenities including Health Centre, Village Grocery Store, Post Office, Primary School, Public House etc. The market town of Cinderford is a short drive away and has a wide range of shops, supermarkets and banks etc. There are excellent motorway links from this area with the M4, M5 & M50 all within reach.
The property is accessed from a Forestry Commission track with sweeping drive way leading down to:
Canopied Front Entrance Porch:
With hard wood glazed door giving access into:
With quarry tiled flooring, thermostatic room control and wood panelled door giving access to:
With obscured double glazed window to front aspect, space for tall fridge/freezer, radiator, power points, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer.
Having obscured double glazed window to side aspect, radiator, attractive tiled flooring and tiled splash backs. Pedestal wash hand basin with vanity unit under, enclosed shower cubicle with electric shower, extractor, tiled splash backs and low level W.C. Radiator, power points and coving to ceiling.
Kitchen:16'8" x 10'6" (5.08m x 3.2m)
uPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects with fantastic views towards Forestry Commission land. Wall mounted mains gas fired boiler supplying central heating and hot water. The kitchen units comprise of wood fronted wall and base mounted woodland units with inset single bowl drainer sink unit and space for gas cooker and quarry tiled flooring. Ample space for kitchen table and chairs, radiator, tiled splash backs. Power points, lighting and steps leading up to:
Obscured glazed window through to lounge, telephone point, and matching wood panelled doors giving access to:
Lounge: 21'9" x 9'10" (6.63m x 3m)
uPVC double glazed windows to rear and side aspects with far reaching rural views. Radiator, power points, tv and telephone points.
Study/Occasional Bedroom: 11'11" x 10' (3.63m x 3.05m)
uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect with views over Forestry Commission Land. Useful understairs storage cupboard and double doors through to:
Bedroom 1: 9'10" x 8'11" (3m x 2.72m)
Has uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Power points, radiator.
From Study Area:
Staircase gives access to:
First Floor Landing:
Having a good sized airing cupboard and useful storage cupboard Door into:
Bedroom 2: 15'5" x 12' (4.7m x 3.66m) maximum
With dormer double glazed window to front aspect, fitted wardrobes and good sized recess ideal for further fitted storage. Radiator and power points.
Bedroom 3: 15'5" x 11'1" (4.7m x 3.38m)
Having uPVC double glazed window to side aspect with rural views, radiator, power points and good sized storage cupboard.
The property is accessed across a cattle grid with large drive way leading to parking for several cars. There are several parts to the grounds which are predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed via a mixture of modern panel fencing and stone walling. Large level terrace being South Westerly facing taking in outstanding views over Forestry Commission land. This would be an ideal area to develop a conservatory or decking. There is a good sized Summerhouse again with views and having power points and lighting. Path way leads up to further terrace which has lawned area and again a good sized patio area with numerous out buildings including Workshop/Store Room: 14'7" x 7'4" (4.44m x 2.24m) separated off into two rooms which have power points, lighting, wall mounted units and single bowl drainer sink unit. Attached Greenhouse: 10' x 6'3" (3.05m x 1.9m), Integral Kennel with Run and Garage/Workshop Block: 24' x 21' (7.32m x 6.4m) a good sized space with inspection pit, power points and lighting. Double doors giving access to drive way. The property is bordered by Forestry Commission Land which has an abundance of walks and wildlife.
From the centre of Ross on Wye, proceed on the A40 towards Gloucester, passing through the villages of Weston under Penyard and Ryeford. On leaving Ryeford, take the second turning right sign posted Drybrook, proceed into the village of Drybrook and just after the Village Hall turn left sign posted Trinity Road. Proceed up the hill taking the first track sign posted Greenbank Close, proceed down the lane where the property can be found.
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