The Common, Woolaston, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15

£775,000 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

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  • Character Cottage in 2.35 Acres of Garden/Ground
  • Peaceful Semi Rural Location, Lovely Views
  • 3 Reception Rooms, 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Garden Home Office, Old Corrugated Barn
  • Walk to Shops/Post Office, School, Pubs
  • Commutable for Gloucester, Bristol, Cardiff
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  • Reception Rooms 4
  • En-suite 1
  • Style Detached
  • Parking Yes

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This traditional country cottage stands in 2.15 acres of good level garden and ground on the outskirts of the village, a peaceful location surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the Forest of Dean. The cottage, built in 1878, is a home of much character with a practical modern interior presented in excellent order. The three reception rooms and three double bedrooms provide plenty of comfortable family living space. A fully insulated garden room with WI-FI connection proves an ideal home office, there is also the shell of an old corrugated barn in the grounds. The plot is divided into formal garden and fenced paddock with vehicular access. The village pubs, shop and primary school are in walking distance. A family home in a delightful semi rural location within easy reach of major road and rail networks.

Room details

Entrance Hall
Hardwood floor, doors to snug, sitting room and family room.

Snug
3.91m (12ft 10in) x 3.52m (11ft 7in)
Window to front, built in alcove storage cupboards, original period fireplace.

Sitting Room
3.96m (13ft 0in) x 3.86m (12ft 8in)
Window to front, built in storage cupboard and book shelves, original period fireplace.

Dining Room
3.44m (11ft 3in) x 3.23m (10ft 7in)
Windows to side, built in storage cupboard and display shelves, hardwood floors.

Study Area
5.07m (16ft 8in) x 3.25m (10ft 8in)
Window to side overlooking the garden, beamed ceiling, exposed stone wall, hardwood floors, stairs to first floor, door to utility/boot room.

Kitchen
4.71m (15ft 5in) x 2.68m (8ft 10in)
Window to rear, exposed beams, bespoke hardwood kitchen cabinets, breakfast bar, integrated double oven, hardwood floor, door to utility/boot room.

Utility/Boot Room
2.7m (8ft 10in) x 2.7m (8ft 10in)
Window to rear, hardwood work surface, plumbing for white goods, central heating boiler, quarry tile floor, door to cloakroom.

Cloakroom
1.74m (5ft 9in) x 1.73m (5ft 8in)
Window to rear, wash hand basin, WC, quarry tile floor.

Landing
Exposed beams, large walk in storage cupboard, doors to bedrooms 1, 2, 3 and family bathroom

Master Bedroom
4.94m (16ft 2in) x 3.91m (12ft 10in) measurement includes en-suite.
Windows to front, access to loft space, door to en-suite.

Master En-suite
2.09m (6ft 10in) x 1.34m (4ft 5in) including shower.
Double shower enclosure, electric shower, WC, wash hand basin.

Bedroom 2
3.92m (12ft 10in) x 3.75m (12ft 4in)
Window to front, built in double wardrobes.

Bedroom 3
3.49m (11ft 5in) x 3.26m (10ft 8in) maximum.
Window to side, exposed beams.

Family Bathroom
3.12m (10ft 3in) x 2.16m (7ft 1in) maximum.
Window to side, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, fitted bathroom cabinets, P shaped bath with electric shower over, WC, wash hand basin, hardwood floor.

Garden Room.
5.96m (19ft 7in) x 5m (16ft 5in)
Fully insulated room, windows to front and side, roof storage space, power and light, Wi-Fi connection, water supply, wood burning stove.

Barn
8.9m (29ft 2in) x 8.9m (29ft 2in)
The shell of the original building in the southern corner of the paddock. Electric disconnected.

Outside
The land lies to the south and west. It is a well drained level plot with a formal garden to the front, a designated vegetable plot and raised beds. The parking area is at the rear of the house. There are sheds, a greenhouse, a large chicken run and the serviced home office. At the top of the garden in a pretty and private sunny spot is a delightful garden pond. The orchard boasts a variety of English heritage specimen trees planted by the present owners. It is enclosed with natural hedges and post and rail fence. In the far corner of the paddock to the south is the remains of an old barn. There is vehicular access at this point and further vehicular access from the lane.

Directions
From the A48, 5.5 miles north of Chepstow, turn left to Netherend/Woolaston. Drive through the village towards the Common for approximately one mile. The property is the first house on the left hand side just after the entrance to Ring Fence.

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