6 bedroom detached house for sale

Blaisdon, Gloucestershire

£885,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing Historic Residence
  • Dating Back To 1860
  • Six Bedroomed Former Rectory
  • Formal Gardens Approaching One Acre
  • EPC Energy Rating F

Full description

BLAISDON HOUSE is an IMPOSING HISTORIC RESIDENCE DATING BACK TO 1860 when it was last known as The Local Parsonage. Now the FORMER RECTORY offers DISTINCTIVE AND INSPIRING ACCOMMODATION together with LANDSCAPED FORMAL GARDENS APPROACHING ONE ACRE.

Blaisdon House is situated in the popular, desirable and affluent village of Blaisdon which offers The Good Pub Guide Village Inn The Red Hart, Church, Village Hall and Blaisdon Hall. Approximately 2-3 miles away are the villages of Huntley and Longhope which offer a range of amenities to include local shops, post office, junior school, garage and golf course. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in surrounding towns and cities to include Ross-On-Wye, Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham.

Sporting and leisure facilities within the area include a choice of Golf Courses, various forms of Shooting and Fishing, the Dry Ski Slope at Gloucester, active Rugby, Football and Cricket teams and Racing at Cheltenham, Hereford and Chepstow.

The property has PERIOD FEATURES to include DEEP SKIRTING BOARDS, PICTURE RAILS, SOME ORIGINAL COVING AND MOULDINGS, CEILING ROSES, PANELLED DOORS, SOME ORIGINAL FIREPLACES, PART STONE MULLION DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS and many benefits to include OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS, SIX BEDROOMS with FOUR HAVING EN SUITE FACILITIES, SPACIOUS AND VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION, BESPOKE OAK KITCHEN, PANTRY, OFF ROAD PARKING, DETACHED DOUBLE OPEN BAY GARAGE with TWO ATTACHED WORKSHOPS and DELIGHTFUL LANDSCAPED GARDENS APPROACHING AN ACRE.

The accommodation comprises ENTRANCE HALL with IMPRESSIVE STAIRCASE TO GALLERIED LANDING, CELLAR, CLOAKROOM, DINING ROOM, DRAWING ROOM, SITTING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, OFFICE and LAUNDRY ROOM. To the first floor FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS all having EN-SUITE FACILITIES. Whilst to the second floor TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS and SHOWER ROOM.

All in all, an internal viewing is highly recommended by the sole selling agents to appreciate what is on offer, the accommodation comprises as follows:

Entrance Hall

Via part glazed wooden door, various doors leading off, impressive stairway with oak handrail leads to the first floor galleried landing. Door to:

Cellar

14'4 x 14' (4.37m x 4.27m)

A combination of shelving and original flagstone flooring.

Cloakroom

6'7 x 5'9 (2.01m x 1.75m)

White suite comprising of a low level w.c., wall mounted wash hand stand, front aspect window.

Dining Room

15'8 x 14'6 (4.78m x 4.42m)

Feature fireplace with marble hearth and backing, side aspect picture window.

Drawing Room

25' x 14'8 (7.62m x 4.47m)

Original feature fireplace with marble hearth and backing, side aspect window, rear aspect picture bay window overlooking the delightful landscaped gardens.

Sitting Room

19'6 x 14'8 (5.94m x 4.47m)

Feature stone open fireplace with hearth and backing, window and doors lead onto a terraced seating area overlooking the delightful landscaped rear gardens. Door to:

Inner Hallway

Door to the side.

Laundry Room

Range of base, drawer and wall mounted units, stainless steel sink and drainer unit, incorporating a hob work surface, integral fridge, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, travertine wall tiles and flooring, door to coat cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, side aspect window. Door to:

Walk-In Storage Cupboard

Having power, lighting and shelving.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

18'3 x 17' (5.56m x 5.18m)

Bespoke oak fitted kitchen comprising a range of base and drawer units, Corian worktops with moulded sink and drainer unit, mixer tap, waste disposal unit, electric AGA having four ovens and hotplate, integral dishwasher, inset ceiling spotlights, ceiling light point, travertine wall tiles and flooring, side and rear aspect windows.

Pantry

Having power and lighting, space for larder style fridge, a combination of shelving, travertine flooring, side aspect window.

Office

16'4 x 9'7 (4.98m x 2.92m)

Strip wood flooring, radiators, access to roof space, front and side aspect windows.

From The Entrance Hall, Impressive Stairway With Oak Handrail Leads To The First Floor:

Galleried Landing

Having an eye level window and decorative roof lights.

Master Suite

16'4 x 15' (4.98m x 4.57m)

Having a range of fitted bedroom furniture, rear aspect picture window overlooking the gardens with far reaching views. Door to:

En-Suite Bathroom

White suite comprising of a corner bath with high level shower over, tiled splashbacks, close coupled w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, side aspect window.

Bedroom 2

15'9 x 14'6 (4.80m x 4.42m)

Having two rear aspect windows overlooking the delightful gardens with far reaching views. Door to:

Wet Room

Fully tiled, wall mounted wash hand basin, concealed w.c., extractor fan, Corian flooring,

Bedroom 3

15'2 x 14'11 (4.62m x 4.55m)

Side aspect picture window. Door to:

En-Suite Bathroom

White suite comprising of a tiled bath with Victoriana taps over, low level w.c., bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, marble splashback, part tiled walls, radiator with brass heated towel rail, side aspect window.

Bedroom 4

11'3 x 10'6 (3.43m x 3.20m)

Front aspect picture window. Door to:

En Suite Bathroom

White suite comprising roll top bath, close coupled w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, radiator with brass heated towel rail. Door to airing cupboard housing the immersion heater with slatted shelving, front aspect window.

From The Galleried Landing Double Doors Provide Access To Staircase Leading To The Second Floor:

Landing

Built-in book case, two storage cupboards and velux roof light. Door to:

Bedroom 5

15'9 x 15' (4.80m x 4.57m)

Stone open fireplace, rear aspect window overlooking the delightful village of Blaisdon with far reaching views.

Bedroom 6

15'11 x 11' (4.85m x 3.35m)

Velux roof light and window overlooking the delightful village of Blaisdon with far reaching views.

Shower Room

Fully tiled corner shower cubicle with electric shower, low level w.c., wash hand basin with vanity unit below, tiled splashbacks, extractor fan.

Outside

Pedestrian iron gateway gives access to a flagstone path which leads to the entrance porch and leading around the property.

Double wrought iron gates give access to a tarmacadam driveway which in turn leads to a paved area providing OFF ROAD PARKING.

Detached Double Open Bay Garage

25'7 x 16'4 (7.80m x 4.98m)

Having power and lighting, side aspect window and doors lead to ATTACHED WORKSHOP.

Store Room

Accessed via a solid wooden door with front aspect window.

Gardens

The formal gardens of Blaisdon House were designed and landscaped twenty years ago by Award Winning gardener Julian Dowle. They are south facing and have a brick terrace along with many other seating areas, a large formal lawn and well stocked herbaceous borders, a variety of trees to include Cedar and Cherry Blossom and a delightful Laburnum walkway with climbing clematis and roses. There is a low stone wall with a variety of shrubs and bushes and a pathway which leads to an area with attractive shrubs and trees, specimen trees to include Crab Apple, Silver Birch, Tulip trees and Cedar. There is also a stream fed pond which overlook open farmland beyond.

Behind a low conifer hedge is a lovely rose and scented garden with a gate leading into a Walled Kitchen Garden which has soft fruit cages and vegetable produce areas. There is a block of useful OUTBUILDINGS, OUTSIDE TOILET, KENNEL and LOG STORE.

Services

Mains water and electricity. Non mains drainage. Oil central heating.

Council Tax Band

G

Water Rates

To be advised.

Viewing

Strictly through the Owners Sole Selling Agent, Steve Gooch, who will be delighted to escort interested applicants to view if required. Office Opening Hours 9.00am 7.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am 5.30pm Saturday.

Directions

From Newent proceed along the B4216 (Culver Street) towards Huntley. On reaching the A40, turn right towards Ross-on-Wye then first left along the A4136 towards Longhope and Mitcheldean. Proceed along here until you see a turning left to Blaisdon. Turn left here, proceed through the village where the property can be located on the left hand side.

Property Surveys

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  • Gloucester (8.4 mi)
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4 High Street, Newent, GL18 1AN

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