High Street, Aylburton, Lydney, Gloucestershire. GL15 6DL

£675,000 (Selling Price) 4 bedrooms 1 bathrooms

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  • Imposing Period Residence, Central Village Position
  • An Acre of South Facing Garden with Outbuildings
  • Very Generous Reception Rooms, 4/5 Bedrooms
  • Investment and Modernisation Required
  • Immediately Available, No Onward Chain
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  • Reception Rooms 5
  • Garage 2
  • Style Detached
  • Parking Yes

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This imposing Georgian period residence stands in a acre of ground in the heart of the ever popular village of Aylburton. It is a substantial dwelling that does require investment to return it to its former glory and re-establish it as one of the most important houses in the village. The accommodation is spacious‚ in keeping with a building of this stature. Generous reception rooms‚ high ceilings with artistic coving‚ deep skirting‚ sash windows with working shutters and marble fireplaces‚ just some of the features that retain the character of this remarkable property. A walled garden is adjacent to the house. There are several outbuildings, including a coach house with potential to convert, a stone barn, a log store and a detached double garage block. The garden is a good level plot with a bright south facing aspect and a beautiful view over open fields towards the River Severn. The property is available with 'No Onward Chain'.

Room details

Entrance Hall
Solid wooden door tessellated floor tiles door to study, drawing room open to lobby with pantry steps down to rear hall stairs to half landing.

Drawing Room
Window to front and glazed doors, each with original shutters, open out onto the terrace with steps down to the walled garden, period coving and skirting original fireplace a second fireplace being a later addition.

Window to front tiled fireplace flagstone floor green baize door to laundry/utility room.

Rear Hall
Store room leading to cellar steps up to lobby and pantry and down to dining room rear entrance from the garden through an ornate open porch.

Dining Room
Original sash windows overlooking the garden period fireplace glazed double doors to cupboard, fitted display/book shelves door to terrace and walled garden.

Window to garden access to roof space oil central heating boiler hardwood work surface deep Belfast-style kitchen sink doors to rear porch and rear hall.

Laundry / Utility Room
Window to side access to roof space kitchen sink unit plumbing for appliances WC/cloakroom exposed floor boards door and steps to kitchen.

Rear Porch Boot Room
Half glazed porch door to garden.

Roof light door to first floor morning room stairs with turned hand rails to bedrooms and bathroom.

Morning Room
Lovely bright room with full height sash window overlooking the garden original coving and skirting boards white marble fireplace exposed floor boards.

Family Bathroom
Window to side airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder bath separate shower WC wash basin.

First Floor Cloakroom
Window to rear original 'Granitas Washdown Closet' wash basin.

Bedroom 1
Window to rear shelving, cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom 2
Windows front and side sealed fireplace, fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom 3
Window to front sealed fireplace.

Bedroom 4
Window to front, fitted wardrobe.

Single chamber cellar with flagstone floor and barrel roof iron grid to front.

The house stands in approximately an acre of good level ground. The forecourt is enclosed with ornate iron railings set on cut stone walls. Vehicle access is through solid wooden gates onto the drive. A walled formal garden lies to the rear of the drawing room. There is a mature apple orchard. The boundary is of mixed hedging with a small stream along right hand side. The garden has a south facing aspect with far reaching views over open fields towards the Severn Vale and Cotswolds beyond.

Detached Garage / Workshop
Windows to rear power supply storage space above two doors to front.

A detached two storey coach house formerly known as 1 Kingston Cottage, is in reasonable structural order. Investment is required to make it habitable. A further range of outbuildings against the garden wall consists of tool store with water supply, Belfast sink, fire place and flagstone floor, a log store and the original pig sty. A stone barn with double doors and store to the rear could be used for tractor/garden machinery.

On entering the village from the direction of Chepstow pass Stockwell Lane on the right. The property is further along on the right hand side before you reach The Cross village pub.

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