Guide Price £1,000,000
After more than 40 years Tyron Ash are pleased to introduce this remarkable four bedroom family farmhouse with a one bedroom annex, 21 acres of landscaped gardens and land for sale.
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After more than 40 years Tyron Ash are pleased to introduce this remarkable four bedroom family farmhouse with a one bedroom annex, 21 acres of landscaped gardens and land for sale. This imposing property is now available on the market, offering a unique opportunity for those looking for an idyllic countryside home, with its village edge location and expansive acreage, the potential for this property is immense, and buyers are sure to be impressed by its charm, character, and possibilities.
Dating back to approximately 1825 this expansive property boasts a spacious interior stretched across just over 4000 square feet and retains a number of character features including open fireplaces and traditional local stone fascia. The entrance boasts a stunning and original parquet flooring, adding an elegant charm to the space. The intricate patterns and delicate textures of the flooring create a warm and inviting atmosphere, making it a memorable feature of the house. The entrance gives access to multiple reception rooms plus office, pantry, boiler room, utility room, large kitchen diner overlooking the gardens and grounds perfect for entertaining guests and relaxing in. Stairs off the entrance lead to the first floor where you can find four bedrooms with the master benefiting a Jack and Jill style en-suite, family shower room with separate WC and laundry room. The generously sized rooms provide ample living space for its inhabitants, ensuring comfort and versatility. With plenty of room for personalization, this property is perfect for those seeking a home that can be tailored to their unique lifestyle.
The annex known as The Granary comprises a bedroom, sitting/dining room, a kitchen overlooking the land to the southeast and a bathroom. The annex is accessible via an internal door located on the first floor of the house as well as its own separate entrance and provides light spacious living accommodation capable of being incorporated back into the main residence or kept separate providing a separate source of income from the property or the perfect granny annex for multi-generational living.
THE GARDENS AND LAND
The property features electric gates that open up to a spacious parking area, providing ample space for multiple vehicles. The landscaping is meticulously maintained and showcases an array of trees, flowers and shrubs. The private gardens leading off the kitchen/diner makes is a welcoming space with countryside views, making it a great space for relaxation or entertaining guests making the most of the outdoor living space.
Approximately 2.39 acres consist of gently sloping pastureland in a single enclosure. Vehicular access to the land is taken via a field gate entrance located off Bream Road. The land is classified as Grade 3 with freely draining slightly acid loamy soils. Bonded by a mixture of mature hedgerow and post and wire fencing, the land is not connected to mains water.
Approximately 17.51 acres of gently sloping pastureland in a single enclosure. Vehicular access to the land is taken via a field gate entrance to the northeast corner of the field off Bream Road. The land is classified as Grade 3 with freely draining slightly acid loamy soils. Bonded by a mixture of mature hedgerow and post and wire fencing. The land is not connected to mains water however we have been informed that a water pipe runs under the field. Purchaser(s) will need to make their own submetering arrangements, no tests have been varied out in this regard.
The village of Bream was once reputed to be the largest village in Gloucestershire and is located between Lydney and Coleford in the Forest of Dean. The village boasts many amenities to include two convenience stores, coffee shop, post office, pharmacy, doctor’s surgery and primary school. You can find a wider range of facilities in the nearby town of Lydney to include Local Shops and Supermarkets, Bank and Building Society, Restaurants, Doctors Surgeries and Hospital and Train Station. The Forest Leisure Centre in Lydney has a swimming pool, fitness suite, gym and tennis courts while those who prefer something a bit muddier will enjoy Redhill Extreme mountain biking and boarding centre at nearby Cinderford. Families moving to the area can enjoy a variety of activities just a short drive away to include Puzzlewood, Perrygrove railway, Dean Heritage centre as well as a variety of woodland adventure courses. The stunning countryside of the nearby Wye Valley is perfect for exploring on foot or by bicycle, with the Wye Valley Walk and the Offas Dyke Path being particular highlights. Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle are also fabulous days out.
Price:Guide Price £1,000,000
Address:Coleford Road, Lydney, GL15