4 bedroom detached house for salePludds Court Road, The Pludds, Ruardean
Beautifully presented individual detached property offering versatile accommodation incorporating superbly converted barn, off road parking and a separate paddock.
A detached four bedroom rural property on a no through lane and with elevated countryside views. The property incorporates a converted barn and benefits gardens, off road parking and a separate paddock of 0.268 acres.
This beautifully presented individual detached property offers versatile accommodation currently a wonderful four bedroom home with two staircases incorporating a superbly converted barn lending itself to dual family living. Further benefits include an oil heating system and double glazing.
The property has undergone an extensive refurbishment by the present owners to provide contemporary style accommodation to include entrance porch leading to the open plan kitchen/dining room/lounge with staircase to the first floor where there are two bedrooms, one with en suite shower room. From the ground floor kitchen a doorway leads to the bathroom and utility room which links the original cottage to the converted barn. Off the utility room is the entrance hall to the converted barn with doorway to the front of the property and doors to the bathroom and ground floor bedroom. From the entrance hall is a second staircase to the first floor of the barn with further bedroom with en suite W.C and living room with superb elevated countryside views across woodlands and towards Ruardean Woodside.
Double glazed French door to:
Slate tiled flooring, double glazed windows to the front and side, part-glazed stable style door to:
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM/LOUNGE
30'0" x 10'0" and 11'8" x 10'0" (9.14m x 3.05m and 3.56m x 3.05m) L Shaped
- KITCHEN AREA
Range of base,drawer and wall cabinets to include glass fronted cabinets, integrated fridge, dishwasher, integrated Rangemaster double oven with four ring gas hob, hot plate, wok burner and griddle with extractor over. Ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, solid wood block work surfaces, breakfast bar. Doorway to the utility room, double glazed window to rear, recessed ceiling lighting, ceramic tile flooring.
- DINING AREA
Engineered oak flooring, two double glazed windows to the front and rear, vertical radiator, cupboard with shelving.
Staircase to the first floor, two radiators (one being vertical), two double glazed windows to side, double glazed door to the garden. Feature stone fireplace with inset multi- fuel burning stove, cupboards and shelving to either side, recessed ceiling lighting.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double glazed window to front with far reaching views over open countryside, woodland and towards Ruardean Woodside. Doors to the bedrooms, access to loft space.
15'8" x 12'3" (4.78m x 3.73m) maximum measurements including en suite
Two double glazed windows to side with pleasant woodland views, two radiators, over stairs storage area. Door to:
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
W.C., wash hand basin, vanity unit with cupboard, tiled shower cubicle with electric Mira power shower, radiator with towel rail.
11'3" x 8'5" (3.43m x 2.57m)
Double glazed window to front with views over open countryside, woodland and towards Ruardean Woodside, radiator, wood laminate flooring.
From the ground floor kitchen, door through to:
12'0" x 11'2" reducing to 6'0" (3.66m x 3.4m reducing to 1.83m)
Links the original cottage to the converted barn. Base and wall cabinets, wood block work surfaces, circular sink unit and mixer tap, mosaic tiled splashbacks, tiled floor, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, recessed ceiling lighting, two double glazed windows to the front. Door to:
Three piece suite comprising Jacuzzi style bath with shower attachment, W.C., wash hand basin in vanity unit with hidden flush box and cupboards. Tiled walls, tiled floor, vertical radiator, obscure double glazed window to rear.
To the converted barn. Engineered oak flooring, staircase to the first floor, double glazed door to the front of the property, stable door to the rear garden, doors to the shower and ground floor bedrooms.
Three piece suite comprising shower, W.C. with hidden flush box, wash hand basin with cupboard and drawer, tiled walls, tiled floor, vertical radiator, obscure double glazed window to rear, extractor fan.
GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM THREE
14'10" x 12'4" (4.52m x 3.76m)
Two double glazed windows to the front and rear, engineered oak flooring, period style radiator, fitted wardrobes with double doors.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double glazed roof window, door to bedroom, opening to the lounge.
9'10" x 9'1" (3m x 2.77m)
Double glazed window to front with views over open countryside and woodland. Period style radiator, recessed ceiling lighting. Door to:
EN SUITE CLOAKROOM
W.C., wash hand basin, vanity unit with hidden flush box and cupboards, shelving, wall cabinet and mirror, tiled recess, tiled floor, radiator, recessed extractor light.
14'6" x 12'3" (4.42m x 3.73m)
Double glazed windows to three aspects with superb countryside views over woodlands and towards Ruardean Woodside, fire recess with stone mantel and hearth, period style radiator, recessed ceiling lighting.
Double gated access with pedestrian gate to the side leads to the gravelled off road parking area (gated access from the lane also provides additional parking), pathway leading through a pergola with wisteria to the front door and to the side patio seating area with sun awning. Lawned gardens to the front include a dovecote and extend to the side of the property having fenced boundaries and pathway which continues to the rear giving access to the oil tank by way of stone steps. The oil fired boiler is also to the rear of the property. Path continues to the further side gardens having a gated access to the lawned area. Wooden summerhouse with double doors and windows. Steps and separate pathway lead through a rockery area with gated access to further lawned and enclosed gardens with greenhouse, raised vegetable beds, storage shed and summerhouse with double doors, windows and veranda. This garden is enclosed by hedged boundaries and enjoys superb far reaching views over the surrounding countryside, woodlands and towards Ruardean Woodside. Directly opposite the property is gated access into the paddock which is approximately 0.268 of an acre and currently has a range of fruit trees and two sheds with electricity and water supply.
We are advised FREEHOLD to be verified through your solicitor.
From our Cinderford office proceed down the High street and through Steam Mills. At the junction for the A4136 bear left and proceed to the village of Brierley. Upon reaching the village take the second right hand turn into The Pludds. Continue along this road, up the hill and take the second left hand turn into Pludds Court Road. Follow the road down the hill and then up the incline where the property will be found directly opposite.
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