4 bedroom detached house for sale

Highleadon, Newent

£850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Gated Entrance
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 4 double Bedrooms, en-suite
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 bedroom Annexe
  • Beautiful gardens, 2 acres, ample parking

Full description


A handsome period property available for the first time in over 30 years, Hill View House is a beautifully presented and spacious family home with useful secondary accommodation, around 2 acres of ground and pleasant views over surrounding countryside. The property is instantly impressive, offering spacious accommodation, including 4 double bedrooms, 1 with en-suite, 2 bathrooms, a spacious and bright lounge with pleasant views, a beautiful breakfast/snug, dining room, kitchen and large utility with cloakroom.There is a converted cellar, currently serving as a music/hobbies room and a 2-bedroom attached annex, completed around 4 years ago to an exceptional standard with it's own private courtyard and parking.


Entrance porch: 
Added to the property around 10 years ago, a most inviting entrance to the property with a vaulted ceiling, attractive solid oak door and windows to side and front.

Hallway 
With exposed floorboards, staircase to first floor, a door leading down to the converted cellar and corridor leading to the rest of the ground floor.

Living room: 
A fine reception room featuring a lovely open fireplace with white surround, exposed floorboards, a double-glazed window offering pleasant countryside views to the side and a pair of French doors leading to the front garden.

Dining room: 
Another good sized reception room with cast iron fireplace and wooden surround, exposed floorboards, door to kitchen and double doors leading into:

Conservatory: 
A pleasant and private space to relax, with a pair of double glazed French doors leading to a quiet enclosed courtyard area.

Breakfast room/sung: 
A particularly generous reception room, with exposed floorboards, electric stove set intro an attractive brick surround with low level storage cupboards below, a double glazed bay window looks out to one side and a pair of French doors leads out to a private courtyard. An archway leads into the kitchen.

Kitchen: 
A modern kitchen with a generous amount of storage cupboards, integrated dishwasher, Range cooker with electric hob, integrated fridge-freezer, double glazed window overlooking private courtyard, door leading into utility room.

Cellar family room:  
The cellar has been converted to create a most useful extra reception room, offering the perfect place for a den, hobbies room or home study.

Master bedroom: 
A good sized double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and overhead cupboards around bed space. A double-glazed window provides lovely views over surrounding countryside. The en-suite features a walk-in shower cubicle, wash hand basin with vanity unit and wc. There is attractive tiling to the floors and a double-glazed window to one side.

Bedroom 3: 
Double bedroom with double glazed front aspect.

Bedroom 4: 
Single bedroom with fitted wardrobes and double glazed side aspect offering a pleasant outlook over the gardens and views beyond. There is ample space for a double bed should the fitted wardrobes be removed.

Bathroom 1:  
A tastefully finished and very spacious shower room, with tiling to floor and walls, double glazed side aspect with pleasant view, walk in shower cubicle, large wash hand basin with ample storage cupboards beneath, fitted mirrored cupboards with integrated lights above, wc and heated towel rail.

Bathroom 2: 
With attractive tiling to floor and walls. Hydrotherapy massage panel bath, wc, heated towel rail, wash hand basin with storage drawers and display shelf, fitted mirror and integrated light above.

Outside: 
The grounds of Hill View House are generous and very well maintained. A gated driveway leads towards the main house, with an area of ample parking featuring an attractive old cider press in the center. A detached double carport with attached single garage/workshop-storage room is found adjacent to the parking area. The driveway also branches off to a separate parking area for the annex. A large area of lawn is found to the side of the house, dotted with a range of specimen and fruit trees, with 2 old timber sheds. There is a large area of scrub/young woodland and pasture, fenced separately from the main garden, offering potential to create a paddock or a more established woodland.

Annex: 
Finished to an exceptionally high standard, the annex was built around 4 years ago and offers a fantastic secondary accommodation for visitors or family members. There is engineered oak flooring and beautiful solid wood doors throughout, with its own parking area to the front. The annex can be kept as completely separate accommodation, or could be incorporated into the main house.

Large open plan kitchen-living room: 
A beautiful, bright space, with modern fitted kitchen including an electric double oven, 4 ring electric hob, attractive base and wall units, breakfast bar, double glazed window and velux window to ceiling. The living area is generous in size with plenty of room for sofas and other furniture. 2 pairs of French doors fill the room with light, one leading outside to an enclosed courtyard and the other to the side gardens.

Utility room: 
With attractive floor tiling, ample base and wall units, sink, double glazed rear aspect overlooking fields, space and plumbing for washing machine and access to the main house.

Bedroom 1: 
A spacious double with built in wardrobes, double glazed window overlooking fields to the rear of the property

Bedroom 2: 
Double bedroom with double glazed rear aspect.

Bathroom:  
A very spacious and luxurious bathroom, with high quality tiling to walls and floor, large walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin with storage cupboards beneath, fitted mirror with storage cupboards, wc, heated towel rail.

Courtyard: 
The annex benefits from a private enclosed courtyard, part paved and part gravelled with 2 raised flowerbeds and ample space for table, chairs and barbeque.

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Nearest station

  • Gloucester (5.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fine & Country, Ross on Wye

52 Broad Street Ross-On-Wye HR9 7DY

01989 609006 Local call rate

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