5 BEDS | 2 BATHROOMS | GUIDE PRICE £595,000
A WELL APPOINTED 5 BEDROOM DETACHED COUNTRY HOUSE
QUIETLY SET UNDER THE LEA OF THE PENYARD WOODS IN A TRANQUIL RURAL AREA
LOCATION & DESCRIPTION:
Penyard Lodge enjoys a peaceful rural location adjoining the Penyard Woods which links up to the Chase Woods providing an extensive series of footpaths which takes you to Ross-on-Wye or through the adjoining beautiful countryside on the Herefordshire/Gloucestershire borders.
Being some 4 miles south-east of Ross-on-Wye the Gateway to the Wye Valley is access onto the M50 Motorway to the Midlands and the A40 Dual Carriageway to the Severn Bridges and South Wales. There are good shopping and recreational facilities in Ross-on-Wye with the popular Lea Village Stores & Post Office approximately 2 miles away on the A40.
The City of Gloucester is some 12 miles distant with main line railway station. Primary Schools at both Weston-under-Penyard and Lea. There is an excellent Secondary School at Ross-on-Wye and Private Schools at Hereford,Monmouth and Gloucester.
Penyard Lodge lies under the lea of Penyard Woods enjoying a sunny aspect. Constructed of stone with the elevations rendered and colour washed the property has been extended over the years with a castellated staircase extension, conservatory and utility room, partial double glazing and many delightful features.
THE ACCOMMODATION: Approached up a private drive shared with one other property the spacious accommodation has in recent years been extended with the conservatory and utility room extensions
providing comfortable family accommodation with many period features.
SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL with exposed ceiling joists and slate flooring
CLOAKROOM having a white suite of pedestal wash hand basin & low level w.c., exposed ceiling joists, shelving
WALK-IN CLOAKS CUPBOARD with shelving & coat hooks, slate floor
SITTING ROOM having fireplace with brick surround & raised flagstone hearth, recessed shelving, 4 brass light fittings, door to Sun Terrace
STUDY/LIBRARY with exposed ceiling joists, shelving, door to Sun Terrace
DINING ROOM having recessed fireplace with fitted wood burning stove on quarry tiled hearth, recessed shelving, 3 wall lights
CONSERVATORY with 2 glazed elevations, wood flooring, pair of doors to garden
From the Reception Hall steps lead up to the
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM a good large working kitchen with blue oil fired Rayburn Range which also heats the central heating, comprehensive range of wooden floor units, the granite effect work tops incorporating a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, Britannic stainless steel electric cooking Range with wide oven & 5-ring gas hob with extractor hood over, limestone flooring, exposed ceiling joists, part colourful tiled walls, shelving. Walk-in shelved Larder off
UTILITY/HOBBY ROOM a fine light room with range of Shaker style floor and wall units with beech work surfaces over, within which is a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink unit, further storage, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, limestone flooring, external door to private yard area
From the Dining Room a RETURN STAIRCASE leads up to the first floor LANDING with Venetian window on the half landing. Off the landing is a shelved Linen Cupboard
BEDROOM 5/DRESSING ROOM with hanging rails and shelving
BEDROOM 1 with bow window
BATH/SHOWER ROOM with white suite comprising panelled bath, shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., wall mirror, radiator/towel rail, attractive tiling
BEDROOM 2 (top of the stairs)
Steps up to UPPER LANDING off which are
2 FURTHER BEDROOMS
BATH/SHOWER ROOM with white suite comprising large panelled bath, shower cubicle with mains shower, wash hand basin & low level w.c., part tiling, radiator/towel rail
This is most attractively laid out to lawns with deciduous and coniferous trees and shrubs being
sheltered from the north winds and enjoying south-south easterly aspect.
To the side is a car parking area, a short distance away being the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE with steps leading up to the higher level garden which has in the past been fenced off for vegetables.
We understand mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating via panelled radiators.
OUTGOINGS: Council Tax Band: G
EPC RATING: Band E (Full EPC Rating Available)
VIEWINGS: Strictly by prior telephone appointment through the Agents.
To comply with money laundering regulations prospective purchasers will be asked to produce I.D. at the time of making an offer.
Take the A40 to Gloucester road out of the town passing through Weston-under-Penyard and immediately after passing through the bends at Ryeford take the first right turn signposted to Pontshill. Keep bearing right and after passing Frogmore on the right hand side take the next turn right onto a stoned drive which leads to the property.
NB: THIS IS BEFORE PARKFIELDS