4 bedroom town house for sale

The Village, Dymock

Guide Price £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Grade II listed Home
  • Four Bedrooms
  • En-suite to Master
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Study
  • Original features
  • Versatile accommodation
  • Double Garage/ Work shop
  • Garden Room
  • Private Gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

OVERVIEW A unique and beautifully refurbished Grade II listed Georgian home with a wealth of warmth, charm and character. This spacious and versatile home offers interesting living space which could be suitable for dual family living. Originally the 'Old Village Inn' dating back to the18th century, The Old George retains many character features reminiscent of that era and is now ready for its next custodian. 

ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor:
Canopy Entrance;
Reception Hall - timber and glazed door leads to welcoming reception area.
Utility/Boot Room - red quarry tiled floor, oak work top with 'Belfast' sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer and high level shelving with coat hooks.
Cloakroom - white two piece suite and red quarry tiled floor.
Dining Kitchen - light and airy offering fabulous family/entertaining room with space for a large table and chairs. This cottage style kitchen with original red tiled quarry floor and exposed beams is well appointed with cream 'shaker' style units and oak work top with complimenting central island. Fitted appliances include; fridge freezer, drinks cabinet, dishwasher, oven and hob. Door leads to under stairs storage area with further door to side providing access to first staircase.
Drawing Room - beautifully presented with bay window to front aspect, feature fireplace with timber surround and tiled hearth housing 'multi fuel' stove and original fitted corner display cabinet.
Sitting Room - light and fresh with dual aspect windows, wooden flooring, step up to large original door, second stairs give access to first floor.
Garden Room - accessed from the kitchen and second sitting room this light and bright room has vaulted ceiling, tiled floor and French doors leading out to the gardens.
First floor:
First staircase from the dining kitchen;
Landing - low level galleried landing.
Master Bedroom - light and bright with dual aspect windows, original cast iron fireplace and picture rail. Feature small doorway interconnects into bedroom three.
En-suite - white two piece suite and corner shower cubicle with power shower, heated towel rail and tiled floor.
Bedroom Two - double bedroom with door to;
Dressing Room - step down, exposed beam and window to front aspect.
Bedroom Four - vaulted ceiling with exposed beam.
Bathroom - white three piece suite with power shower over bath.
Second staircase from the sitting room;
Study - vaulted ceiling with 'Velux' window and exposed beam.
Cloakroom - white two piece suite and tiled floor.
Bedroom Three - double room with exposed ceiling beams. Low level feature door interconnects into the master bedroom
 

EXTERIOR Double garage to the front of the property which has vaulted ceiling and could provide a great workshop, or even potential to convert to a holiday let, subject to the necessary consents The rear garden is 'cottage' style and is a real delight perfect for 'Al fresco' dining. The walled garden with patio and corner raised flower bed has steps leading to further area of garden which is enclosed with timber fencing and has abundance of climbing flowers and shrubs. Greenhouse and timber shed are also included. 

LOCATION Dymock is a thriving village, which won village of the year in 2016, boasting two garages, post office/village store, church, village hall, village green, public house, cricket club and golf course. There is a hive of village activity throughout the year to include annual half marathon and music festival. The public house in the village is owned by the local parish. The old canal basin has been reinstated which now links Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
Nestling between the popular market towns of Ledbury and Newent this location ensures good access to road networks whilst offering perfect rural village living. Ledbury just 5 miles away is a bustling market town with an array of individual shops, three supermarkets, leisure centre, high school and mainline train station to London and Birmingham. The M50 motorway junction 2 is approximately 4 miles and gives quick and convenient access to the M5
Newent - 4 miles
Ross-on-Wye - 12.5 miles
Malvern - 12.6 miles
Hereford - 17.9 miles
Gloucester - 13.4 miles
Cheltenham - 20.8 miles
Worcester - 27.4 milews
 

PRACTICALITIES Grade II listed
Oil fired Central Heating
'Worcester' Combination Boiler
Council Tax Band - E
Fibre Broadband
Mains Drainage
Shared Driveway
2065 square feet
Useful websites:
dymock.org.uk
dymockparishhall.co.uk
Facebook - Dymock Village past times public group
 

DIRECTIONS From Ross-on-Wye proceed onto the A449 towards Ledbury. At Preston Cross roundabout take the third exit onto the B4215 signposted 'Newent and Dymock'. Continue along this road and enter the village of  


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  • Ledbury (4.6 mi)
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Hamilton Stiller, Ross-On-Wye

Man of Ross House 34 High Street Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5HD

01989 563525 Local call rate

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