4 bedroom character property for sale

Newland, Gloucestershire

£715,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Conversion of a GWR Station into a 4 Beds Detached Country House + Converted Goods Shed
  • Double Garage
  • Approx. 1.8 Acres of Grounds
  • Gated Driveway and Ample Parking
  • Sun Terraces
  • Mature Parkland & Gardens
  • Stone-Built Outbuildings
  • 2 WW2 Air Raid Shelters

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This conversion of a pretty village GWR railway station which stopped operating in 1916 incorporates the two original platforms that have been linked to create a unique, spacious, well presented, light and bright 4 bed single-storey country home with double garage and workrooms under. Set in 1.8 acres of level grounds with a gated driveway, ample parking, converted goods shed, sun terraces, mature parkland and gardens and useful open and stone-built outbuildings and two WW2 air raid shelters.

Constructed in mainly local cut and dressed stone with some part boarded elevations with mainly double glazed windows and external doors under slate tiled roofs. Features include polished solid mahogany woodblock flooring, bespoke joinery and fitted cupboards throughout and a spacious boarded attic.

The front entrance is over a paved terrace and through part glazed door with matching side panels into:
PORCH:
Part glazed solid wooden door with wrought iron decorative grill and leaded panels to two sides into:
CENTRAL HALLWAY:
Matching leaded panel to side, external French doors and matching glazed panels to entire front overlooking covered terrace and garden beyond. Alcove with fitted shelves. Arched opening into side corridor and doors into the following:
LOUNGE: 6.77m x 4.1m
Double aspect windows to front and side overlooking the gardens. Fireplace with cast iron surround and inset Stovax wood burner on raised marble hearth. Bespoke fitted shelving to one side. Pair of doors with matching side panels into:
DINING ROOM: 4.34m x 4.08m
Windows to side overlooking garden. Serving hatch and part glazed door to:
KITCHEN: 5.2m x 3.46m
Windows to side overlooking paved terrace and drive. L-shaped tiled worktops with cupboards and drawers under and shelving over. Inset 1 bowl drainer sink with mixer tap and integrated Neff electric four ring hob. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and fridge. Matching island/breakfast bar with green Welsh slate worktop and cupboards under. Two ovened AGA. Sliding door into:
WALK IN LARDER:
Window to side. Meat safe and shelving to three walls. Pull down ladder to:
ATTIC: 6.79m x 4.12m average
Leaded window to back. Partially boarded. Cold water tank.
From kitchen door into:
SIDE LOBBY:
Part glazed external door to terrace, walk in cloak cupboard with airing cupboard housing hot water tank and part glazed door to central hallway with doors into the following:
BEDROOM 3: 3.94m x 3.1m
Window to back overlooking terrace, drive and garden. Fitted wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail.
INNER LOBBY:
Fitted wardrobe with shelving. Door into:
CLOAK ROOM:
Window to back with frosted glass. Tiling to all walls. Composite top vanity unit with cupboards under, integrated wash basin with mirror over and low-level WC with concealed flush box.
From central hallway through to:
SIDE CORRIDOR:
Window to side, fitted cupboard with shelving and roof space access hatch. Doors to the following:
FAMILY BATHROOM:
Window to back with frosted glass. Tiling up to dado rail height to all walls. Panelled bath with Victorian style taps, pedestal wash basin with mirror over, low level WC and bidet. Shower tray with tiling to three walls and Victorian style mixer valve with adjustable head on rail.
BEDROOM 1: 5.18m narrowing to 4.33m x 3.53m
Double aspect with windows to front and side. Bespoke fitted units including shelving to one wall, vanity unit with integrated wash basin with mirror and shelf over and matching wardrobes with shelves and hanging rails on each side.
BEDROOM 4: 3.52m x 2.1m average
Window to side. Alcove with fitted cupboard and shelving over.
BEDROOM 2: 4.85m x 3.33m
Double aspect windows. Fitted wardrobes to one wall with drawers, shelves, hanging rails and integrated wash basin with mirror and light over.
From walk in larder up pull-down ladder into:
ATTIC: 6.79m x 4.12m average
Leaded window to back. Partially boarded. Cold water tank.
From central hallway stairs down to:
GARAGE: 5.9m x 5.06m
Under stairs storage area. Wooden sliding sectional doors out to drive and vertically boarded doors into the following:
BOILER ROOM: 2.15m x 2.08m
Window with frosted glass to front at high level. Floor standing oil-fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout. Wall mounted bike racks.
STORE ROOM: 2.08m x 1.65m
Window with frosted glass to front at high level.
CLOAK ROOM:
Window with frosted glass to front at high level. Low level WC and wall mounted wash basin with taps. Shelving to two sides.
UTILITY ROOM: 3.74m x 1.16m
Window with frosted glass to front at high level. Plumbing for washing machine and shelving to one wall.
Located to the left of the drive:
CONVERTED DETACHED GOODS SHED:
Built in cut stone and part boarded with wooden windows under a slate tiled roof. Feature solid pine internal doors and skirting boards. Electric heating.
The entrance is over a stone paved terrace through part glazed door under canopy into:
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 4.16m x 3.88m
Windows to back and front. Feature stone wall. Fitted shelving. Bespoke pine kitchen units to two sides with tiled worktops and splash backs with drawers and cupboards under. Integrated 1 bowl drainer sink with mixer tap, Neff single oven and electric two ring hob. Space for fridge. Walk in wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail. Sliding door into:
SITTING ROOM: 6.02m x 3.42m
Vaulted ceiling with exposed roof trusses, feature stone wall and pair of part glazed external doors with matching side and top panels out onto canopied terrace.
From kitchen/dining room door to into inner lobby with door to:
BATHROOM:
Window to front and back with frosted glass. Tiling to two walls. Panelled bath with Victorian style taps, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and electric heated towel rail. Airing cupboard with slatted shelves housing hot water tank.

OUTSIDE:
A long gated gravelled drive follows the old railway line down to a covered parking area and accesses the integrated double garage.
The extensive lawned gardens are mainly to the front and side with a block paved sun terrace and pergola. Through a feature circular cut stone arch, a path leads alongside the property to a terrace with the original well and mill stone. There is a raised second stone paved terrace above the parking area. There are two brick and sectional built AIR RAID SHELTERS 9.03m x 2.16m and 5.97m x 2.16m, a pretty, cut STONE SHED 3.33m x 2.4m with windows to two sides, a large OPEN SHED 7.5m x 4.88m and a LOG STORE at the far end of the grounds. Boundaries are fully stock fenced.
SERVICES:
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band: main house: G, converted goods shed: A, EPC Rating: E.


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