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3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Ruardean Woodside, Broadlands, Farm Road, Ruardean

Sold STC £345,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

AN IMMACULATE AND BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THREE BEDROOM DETACHED BUNGALOW ENJOYING A SOUTHERLY FRONT ASPECT AND HAVING A TERIFFIC REAR OUTLOOK ACROSS FARMLAND TOWARDS THE WELSH HILLS IN THE FAR DISTANCE

Totally Enclosed Porch, Reception Hall, Cloaks & W.C., 20’ Drawing Room, 21’ Kitchen/Dining Room, 13’ Conservatory. Three Double Bedrooms, 2 with excellent fitted bedroom furniture, and 2 with wash hand basins. Shower Room & W.C. Double Glazing. Oil Fired Central Heating. 24’ Garage with 21’ additional parking adjacent. Landscaped front garden, Wide Rear Garden with Pergola, Garden Shed and Greenhouse,
Rear outlook across unspoilt farmland and some far reaching views.


Location & Description
Broadlands occupies high ground within the village of Ruardean Woodside, some 6.4 miles south east of the market town of Ross-on-Wye and some 15.8 miles of the Cathedral City of Gloucester. Although positioned close to the heart of the settlement, Broadlands enjoys a wonderful open outlook to the rear across farmland, extending to the Welsh Hills in the far west.

During their many years at the property, the vendors have carried out an extensive refurbishment and upgrade, and the whole of the accommodation is beautifully presented, with very little needing attention.

There is a superb 20’ main reception room, a 21’ Kitchen/Dining Room and Superb 13’ Garden Room/Conservatory adjacent. Two of the bedrooms have excellent built-in furniture, and the recently refurbished shower room & w.c. boast a superbly sized shower cubicle. Double glazing is installed, and the efficient central heating system is oil fired.

There is a beautifully landscaped lawned garden to the front of the property, and the up and over folding door gives access to a superb 24’ garage/workshop with large double glazed window to rear providing excellent natural light. Adjacent to the garage is a generous further parking area, sufficient we would suggest for most motorhomes or a caravan. Positioned behind the latter is a solidly constructed garden/storage shed, pergola, and to the far side of the rear garden, an aluminium framed greenhouse. As mentioned earlier, the outlook from the rear garden is unspoilt and delightful.

There are a wide range of facilities in the vicinity, whilst for those who enjoy the outdoors, the Forest of Dean offers cycling, hiking and some wonderful bird watching facilities.

To those potentially interested, we strongly recommend a thorough internal inspection. In detail the property comprises:-


Totally Enclosed Porch
With inset matwell, natural stone base and double glazed door and side panels through to:-

Reception Hall
With part exposed stone walling, door to cloaks/storage cupboard and door to airing cupboard with insulated copper tank. Fitted carpet.

Cloakroom & W.C.
With white suite comprising close coupled low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Fine tiling to lower walls and door to capacious shelved storage cupboard.

Drawing Room approx 6.38m (20'11") x 3.96m (13'0")
A superbly proportioned room with wide, double glazed sliding French doors out onto the front sun terrace and wide double glazed window to rear elevation enabling a beautiful outlook across the rear garden and farmland. Recessed within an attractive brick surrounded fireplace with oak mantel over is the cast iron wood burning/multi fuel stove mounted on a Chinese slate plinth. Coving to ceiling and picture rail. Two recessed display niches with wall mounted uplighters. Two additional wall mounted uplighters opposite.



Kitchen/Breakfast Room approx 6.40m (21'0") x 2.74m (9'0")
This effectively divides itself into the:-

Kitchen approx. 12’3 x 9’ with an extensive range of Shaker style floor mounted cupboards and drawers positioned under attractive, roll edged working surfaces. Incorporated within these units is the Bosch double oven/grill with Gorenje four ring ceramic hob unit and Neff extractor hood over. Range of complementary wall mounted cupboards with beautifully toned tiling beneath. Single drainer stainless sink with chrome mixer tap over. Vinyl flooring. Wide window enabling fine rear outlook. Adjacent is the:-

Breakfast Section approx. 9’ x 8’6 with fitted carpet and two attractive, double, brass wall light fittings.



Garden Room/Conservatory 4.06m (13'4") x 2.95m (9'8")
A particularly well proportioned and appealing conservatory with solid lower walls and double pitched and hipped glazed roof with blinds to certain sections. Leaded light opening windows to upper portions and double glazed door directly out onto rear garden.

Bedroom 1 4.04m (13'3") x 3.66m (12'0")
With wide double glazed window to front elevation looking out across the attractive front garden. Superb range of full width, floor to ceiling built-in bedroom furniture comprising two double wardrobes, drawers and a further range of shelved storage cupboards all finished in appealing Ash. Fitted carpet. Vertical louvre blinds.




Bedroom 2 3.96m (13'0") x 3.63m (11'11")
With wide double glazed window to front elevation overlooking lawned front garden. Vanity unit comprising neat white wash hand basin with cupboards beneath. Glazed splashback and shaver point. Vertical louvre blinds. Fitted carpet.



Shower Room & W.C.
With extra large, walk-in glazed shower cubicle housing the chrome thermostatic shower. White suite comprising close coupled low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Extra large chrome vertical towel rail/radiator.

Bedroom 3/Office 3.76m (12'4") x 3.02m (9'11")
Having extensive range of floor to ceiling fitted bedroom furniture comprising double wardrobe, storage drawers and storage cupboards above. Fitted carpet. White wash hand basin to one corner. Fine outlook across rear garden and farmland close by.



Outside
A splayed tarmacadam approach opens through double wooden five bar estate gates onto a Widening Tarmac Drive, giving access to both the Attached Garage and a Generous Adjacent Further Parking Space for e.g. caravan, motorhome etc. Positioned alongside is a well screened Log Store. The garage is of internal max dimensions approx. 24’6 x 9’ and has folding, roller up and over door, wide double glazed window to rear and personal door to side. To the far end of the garage is the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, whilst adjacent there is plumbing for automatic washing machine and a large white glazed Belfast sink. Wall mounted shelving, fluorescent lighting and power points. The additional parking area adjacent to the garage is of overall principal dimensions approx. 21’ x 11’6.

Positioned behind this parking area is a Substantial Breeze Block Storage Shed approx. 10’6 x 9’6 .

The Front Garden is most attractively laid to a Neatly Mown Lawn which is fringed, by, and interspersed with a range of shrubs and young trees, species including different varieties of Acer, Roses, Cotoneaster, Camellia, Lilac, Pieris, Photinia and many others. There are also two young Fruit Trees. Cleverly partially concealed adjacent to the French doors from the drawing room is a most convenient Log Storage Area.

A concrete pathway between the garage and storage outbuilding leads through to the Wide Rear Garden. This is of overall max dimensions approx. 75’ x 35’. This is primarily laid to a lawn, on two levels, divided by an attractive, dwarf, dry stone wall. Shrubs and plants around this garden include Pyracanthus, Berberis, Roses, Cotoneaster and others.



Positioned towards the western end of the garden is a Pergola/Sun Terrace approx. 12’ x 10’ with a paved base, whilst to the other end of the garden is an Aluminium Framed Greenhouse approx. 10’ x 8’, whilst alongside is a Small Vegetable Section and two compost bins. Views from the rear garden towards the west are really very attractive.



Services
Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.

OUTGOINGS: ‘D’ Council Tax Band

EPC RATING: ‘D’ (Full EPC Rating available)


To View
Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: 01989 768320. Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on 01989 564689.



Directions
If approaching from Ross, leave the stone built market house in the centre of the town proceeding southwards on the B4234 towards Walford. Proceed through Walford and into the village of Bishopswood. Shortly after Bishopswood Petrol Station, take the 2nd left turning as signposted to Ruardean. Continue through Ruardean Village, passing the Church on your left hand side. After approx. ½ mile, take the easily missed right turning into Walkers Lane, continuing up the hill and straight on until you come to a crossroads. Turn right at the crossroads onto Farm Road, and Broadlands will be seen after some 300 yards on the righthand side.

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