Viney Hill, Lydney, Gloucestershire. GL15 4LY

£925,000 5 bedrooms 3 bathrooms

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  • A Imposing Unspoiled 16th Century Country Manor
  • Formal Garden and Grounds of 1.35 Acres
  • Detached 1 Bedroom Annex and Summer House
  • Beautiful Location, Stunning Far Reaching Views
  • In Reach of Major Road and Rail Network
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  • Reception Rooms 2
  • En-suite 1
  • Style Detached
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A rare, historically important house set in 1.35 acres of formal garden and ground, rural location, stunning far reaching views. Beautifully presented, unspoiled original character. Spacious, comfortable accommodation, 4 double bedrooms. Detached, well appointed 1 bedroom annex, ample parking space.

Room details

Entrance Hall
Bench seat, flagstone floor, door to drawing room.

Drawing Room
Windows to front and side, window seat below rear window, beamed ceiling, elm floorboards, original fireplace with inset wood burning stove, built in china cupboard, doors to kitchen and cellar, enclosed spiral stairs to first floor.

Window to front, apex roof with high level original oak windows, impressive inglenook fireplace with Royal range stove (gas). Bespoke central breakfast bar and cabinets with Corian work surface over, integrated Neff oven and hob, dishwasher, Amtico style flooring over oak floor, open to dining room, doors to rear hall, stable door to front, stairs to rear galleried landing.

Dining Room
Windows side and rear, flagstone floor.

Rear Hall
Window to rear, quarry floor tiles, door to utility room and garden.

Utility Room
Window to rear, butler sink, WC, Worcester central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, quarry floor tiles.

Large single chamber cellar, good headroom, openings front and rear, flagstone floor.

Window to east, original oak floor, doors to bathroom and bedroom 1, passage to bedroom 2, enclosed stairwell to second floor.

Bedroom 1
Windows to front and rear, door to rear galleried landing.

Bedroom 2
Window to front

Family Bathroom
Window to east, bath, separate shower enclosure with pumped shower, WC, wash hand basin, Amtico style floor over original oak floor.

Second Floor Bedroom
Window to east, walk in wardrobe.

Galleried Landing
Built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, door to guest bedroom.

Guest Bedroom
Window to rear, Velux roof light, exposed A frame, built in wardrobe, bespoke wash stand with basin, door to en suite.

Guest En-suite
Velux roof light, pumped shower, WC, wash hand basin.

A detached one bedroom annex with open plan living arrangement. Modern first floor individually designed open glass gallery, large storage cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder.

Open Living/Kitchen/Dining
Window to side, under stair storage cupboard with plumbing for washing machine, pantry, integrated dishwasher, wood burning stove, flagstone floor throughout ground floor, doors to shower room, stable door to front, glass doors over looking the formal garden, stairs to first floor.

Annex Bedroom
Window to front, Velux roof lights, Karndean style floor.

Annex Shower Room
Shower, wash hand basin, WC, fully tiled.

Summer House
Built of stone with glass frontage overlooking the grounds, power supply, tiled floor.

An original Grade ll Listed long drop privy, flagstone floor.

The property is approached from a long private drive through a wildflower meadow that leads to the parking area and formal walled parterre garden. There is further parking space on the gated drive. The established vegetable garden lies to the side of the house, to the rear a south facing courtyard overlooks a delightful sunken pond. The glass fronted summer house and garden sheds are situated in the rear south facing level lawned garden.

On leaving the village of Blakeney proceed in the direction of Lydney/Chepstow. At the brow of the hill turn right to Viney Hill/Yorkley. At the first right hand bend in the road bear left onto the farm track, just before Newgrove Cottage and the Grove. Follow the track to the end. Hayes Manor is set back on the left at the end of the drive.

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