Wigpool, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire. GL17 0JW

£675,000 (Selling Price) 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

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  • Unique Period Property, 2/3rds Acre of Organic Garden
  • Beautiful Woodland Location, Peaceful and Private
  • Cosy Sitting Room, Family Kitchen Dining Room
  • 3 Bedrooms, Master Ensuite, Study Bedroom 4
  • Large Store Room, Ample Parking Space
  • Village in Easy Reach
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  • Reception Rooms 2
  • En-suite 1
  • Style Detached
  • Parking Yes

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The property stands in two thirds of an acre of ground in an idyllic setting in the heart of the Forest of Dean. This peaceful, tranquil location is an unspoiled oasis bordered by a SSSI, 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'. This spacious single storey dwelling has late 19th Century origins with modern additions. Accommodation includes a warm cosy sitting room with original fireplace and wood burning stove, a family kitchen dining room and separate utility/boot room. There are three bedrooms with master en-suite and study/bedroom four. A large lower ground store room lends itself to potential home office, gym or hobby room. The garden and informal orchard are completely organic, a haven for a wide variety of birds and visiting wildlife. Perch Cottage is a unique property in a lovely rural but not isolated location.

Room details

Hall
Doors to sitting room, kitchen dining room and study/bedroom 4.

Sitting Room
Large picture window to front, window to side, exposed beams, original oak panelling, fireplace with oak surround and mantle, inset multi fuel burning stove.

Study/Bedroom
Window to front, fitted bookshelves.

Kitchen/Dining Room
Windows to side and rear, Rayburn providing general heating throughout and under floor heating to kitchen, extensive range of fitted cabinets with hardwood work surface, integrated oven and dishwasher, dining area with small open fireplace, large format slate floor tiles, doors to inner hall and utility/boot room.

Utility/Boot Room
Window to rear, wooden work surface, plumbing for appliances, slate floor, doors to cloakroom and rear courtyard.

Cloakroom
Window to rear, WC, wash hand basin, slate floor.

Inner Hall
Built in storage cupboards, doors to bedrooms 1,2,3 and family bathroom.

Bedroom 1
Impressive picture window overlooking the garden and woodland beyond, windows to side, built in storage cupboards, hanging space.

Bedroom 1 En-suite
Window to side, quadrant shower, WC, wash basin, fully tiled and under floor heating.

Bedroom 2
Window to front.

Bedroom 3
Windows to side and rear.

Family Bathroom
Window to rear, large double ended bath with shower attachment, separate shower, WC, wash basin, tiled floor with under floor heating.

Store Room
This large dry room is located below Bedrooms 1 & 2 and is accessed separately from the garden. It has power and light and good standing height. It is a great storage space, potential home office, gym, hobby room.

Container Shed
Power and light.

Outside
The property sits in two thirds of an acre of organic ground surrounded by lovely broadleaf woodland and bordered on two sides by 'Sites of Special Scientific Interest'. The re-wilded paddock and informal orchard is meadowed with a variety of grasses and wild flowers including daffodils, orchids, cowslips, violets and bluebells, to name a few . It is regularly visited by badgers, deer, various species of birds and other indigenous fauna. Fencing around the entire plot renders it mostly dog proof. There is a large shipping container with power supply and providing excellent secure storage, and ample parking space.

Directions
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From Drybrook with the village shop on your right, drive up High Street. Pass the rugby ground on the right. Follow the road for half a mile and around the left hand bend. Turn left onto a forestry road. Follow the road for approximately 0.8 miles to the unmade track. Follow the track to the farm buildings. Keep the farm buildings on your left, bear left and continue downhill (look for directional arrows). Keep straight and take the next right, follow to the end. The property is set back on the right side.

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