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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Hewelsfield, Lydney, Gloucestershire


Property Description

Key features

  • Sitting Room, Drawing Room
  • Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility
  • Cloakroom, Garden Room
  • Four Bedrooms, Bathroom, Study
  • Double Garage, Outbuilding
  • Established country garden

Full description

Situated between Chepstow and Monmouth above the beautiful Wye Valley, within the pretty parish of Hewelsfield and Brockweir, which boasts an excellent locally run village shop and café. The Old Rectory, which dates back to around the 1820's and earlier is situated in the hamlet of Hewelsfield which clusters around the ancient church of St Mary Magdalen. The house has been in current ownership for over three decades.

The property has fine views over the Severn estuary to the Cotswolds. Approaching an acre, the gardens and grounds lie to the side and rear with lawned areas, vegetable plots, mature trees and shrubs. Attractive stone walls form parts of the property boundary and there is an old well (no longer productive). Internally the property contains original character features including folding shutters to a number of large windows and period fireplaces. The heating system comprises an oil-fired Rayburn, wood-burning stove, LPG stove and electric storage heaters, the majority of which are highly efficient Fischer heaters installed within the last year. Extensive family accommodation comprises; sitting room, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with walk-in pantry, utility room, cloakroom, conservatory. On the first floor 4 bedrooms, bathroom, and study. There is a useful outbuilding which is linked to the utility area, providing two store rooms. Outside there is a double garage, timber workshop and tool shed.

Entrance Porch / Lean-To -

Dining Room - 4.78m max x 4.45m max (15'8" max x 14'7" max) - Window to front aspect with folding shutters. Stone fireplace with coal effect LPG stove.

Inner Hall - With staircase to first floor. Door through to:-

Conservatory / Garden Room - Double doors opening to the side garden.

Sitting Room - 5.14m x 3.79m (16'10" x 12'5") - With ornamental cast iron fireplace. Dado rail. Window to side with folding shutters.

Drawing Room - 5.21m x 5.17m (17'1" x 17'0") - With attractive period fireplace, Jotul wood-burning stove. Window to front and side, both having wooden shutters. Dado rail. Attractive ornate wooden ceiling coving. Arched alcove.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 4.76m x 3.28m (15'7" x 10'9") - Fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers. Double drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Window above to front aspect. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Space for cooker. Rayburn Royal oil fired stove. Door to walk-in pantry with shelving, power for fridge, window to side, built-in cupboard with shelving.

Utility Room - 3.76m x 3.66m (12'4" x 12'0") - Porcelain Belfast' sink with wooden drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge and freezer. Door to covered area linking the house to the outbuilding which provides 2 useful store rooms. Further door to garden.

Rear Hall - With secondary staircase to first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard.

Cloakroom - With low level wc. Pedestal wash hand basin.

On The First Floor - Landing with window to side aspect. Access to loft space.

Master Bedroom - 5.26m x 5.18m (17'3" x 17'0") - Views to front and side aspect. Feature ornamental cast iron fireplace. Dado rail.

Bedroom Two - 5.16m x 4.13m (16'11" x 13'7") - White fireplace. Window to side aspect.

Bedroom Three - 4.43m x 3.61m (14'6" x 11'10") - Cast iron miniature fireplace. Two windows to front aspect.

Family Bathroom - 4.77m x 3.28m (15'8" x 10'9") - Having cast iron roll-top bath with claw feet in the centre of the room, shower cubicle to one corner, low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator and Fischer storage heater, window to front aspect, maplewood floor, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank.

Bedroom Four - 3.66m x 3.33m (12'0" x 10'11") - Two windows to side aspect.

Study - 3.49m x 2.60m (11'5" x 8'6") - Further storage along one wall within the eaves. Velux rooflight.

The property is approached via a pair of wooden gates with stone wall entrance, the driveway draws up alongside the property in front of the detached double garage which has power and lighting. The established gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with numerous shrubs and attractive well stocked flower borders. There is an ornamental pond with rockery area. A good section of the ground is currently arranged as a productive vegetable area, with raised beds and a greenhouse. There is also a soft fruit bed and a number of fruit trees. Useful workshop with power and a wood storage shed.

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Listing History

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20 July 2016


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