Parkhill, Whitecroft, Lydney, Gloucestershire. GL15 4PQ

£415,000 (Selling Price) 3 bedrooms 1 bathrooms

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  • Attractive 3 Bedroom Period Village House
  • Quiet Position, Lovely Forest Views
  • Generous Living Dining , Bespoke Garden Room
  • Separate Studio/Office, Insulated Workshop
  • Direct Access into Open Woodland
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  • Reception Rooms 3
  • Garage 1
  • Style Detached
  • Parking Yes
  • Conservatory Yes

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This classic Edwardian property is situated on the edge of the village adjacent to open woodland. It stands in a delightful garden with a fabulous far reaching view over the village and surrounding forest. It is a home of character with many original period features, extremely comfortable and presented in very good order. It has a generous open plan living/dining room and recently added delightful bespoke garden room and utility-bathroom. There are three bedrooms and a very spacious attic with potential for conversion. A great asset is the separate studio/home office and substantial insulated workshop. Park House is an ideal family home in a friendly neighbourhood.

Room details

Entrance Hall
Pantry, under stair storage space, original Edwardian tiled floor beneath engineered oak floor, doors to sitting room and kitchen, stairs to first floor.

Sitting Room
Bay window to front, period open fireplace with hand made surround, hardwood skirting, insulated oak floor through to dining area.

Dining Area
Fireplace with inset wood burning stove, bespoke radiators, open to kitchen and garden room, glazed doors to garden room.

Kitchen
Window to side, hardwood cabinets, original black and white floor tiles beneath flooring, door to garden.

Garden Room.
Glazed room overlooking the garden, bespoke high specification aluminium vertical sash windows, slate floor tiles through to utility/shower room, French doors to terrace.

Utility/Shower Room
Windows to side, ceiling mounted infra red heater, kitchen sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, large walk in shower, WC.

Galleried Landing
Window to side, access by ladder to large fully boarded roof space, doors to bedroom 1,2,3 and family bathroom.

Bedroom 1
Bay window to front overlooking oak woodland.

Bedroom 2
Window to rear, lovely far reaching view.

Bedroom 3
Window to side, fitted book shelves, cherry wood airing cupboard housing gas central heating boiler.

Attic Room
Large roof space accessed by ladder, fully boarded and insulated. Velux roof light. Potential for en-suite bedroom. Conversion may require planning permission/building regulations.

Family Bathroom
Window to front, bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin, hardwood floor.

Office/Studio
A timber clad studio, double glazed windows to front, power supply.

Workshop
A substantial insulated workshop with power supply, window overlooking the garden, doors either end.

Garden
The garden to the front is enclosed with original railings. There is off road under-cover parking. The borders are well stocked and colourful. Doors from the garden room open out onto the raised terrace, a perfect spot to sit out and enjoy the fabulous view. The studio/office, covered wood stores and green house are at this level. The workshop is at the bottom of the garden. There is a secure boundary of close board fence.

Directions
From the middle of the village with the Miners Arms village pub on your left, follow the main road to the brow of Park Hill. Turn right. Follow the road for a short distance. The property is on the right hand side.

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