Kempley, Dymock, Kempley Dymock

£525,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An extended detached stone cottage enjoying a stand alone position along a country lane in this sought after rural area on the Herefordshire / Gloucestershire borders. Set in a slightly raised position and backing onto farmland the property has spectacular far reaching views to the front looking at the full length of the Malvern Hills. The accommodation has much character with exposed beams, fireplaces and feature arched windows and briefly comprises: Canopy Porch, Kitchen/Diner, Sitting Room, Sun Room, and to the first floor, Landing 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom. A gated drive provides parking and leads to a garage/workshop and to the side of the cottage is a useful store room. There are mature gardens which back onto farmland and from where the views can be enjoyed. Across the country lane there are a arrange of useful outbuildings. No on going chain.

Situation

Kempley lies in this delightful rural area accessed off country lanes and within striking distance of Ledbury, Newent, Ross on Wye but also strategically well placed for the cities of Hereford and Gloucester. The M50/A40 road network gives fast access to south Wales as well as the Midlands.

There are many lovely walks around the surrounding countryside including the renowned Daffodil walk. The nearest facilities are in the villages of Much Marcle and Dymock having public house, school, church, garage/shop.

Accommodation in more detail as follows:-

Accommodation

Canopy Porch

With stone wall and timber piers. Arch to -

Front door leading to -

Kitchen/Diner

3.67 x 6.50 (12'0 x 21'4 )

A character room having exposed beams, exposed brick fireplace with stone hearth and mantle over with inset wood burner, side display shelves. Radiator, stairs to first floor, range of oak units to base level with drawers, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, work surface area, plumbing space for washing machine, space for oven, double glazed window to the rear and double glazed window to the front enjoying the distant views towards the Malvern Hills. Door through to -

Sun Room

2.66m x 5.40m (8'9 x 17'9 )

Having double glazed window and UPVC double glazed door to front, tiled flooring, radiator, exposed brick wall and door to garage.

Sitting Room

3.66m x 6.51m (12'0 x 21'4 )

Having double glazed window to rear and 2 double glazed windows to front enjoying the views towards the Malverns, 2 radiators, brick fireplace with flagstone hearth with timber mantle over, side cupboard housing oil central heating boiler, exposed beams.

Stairs lead from the kitchen diner room to -

First Floor Landing

Having exposed beams, radiator, double glazed window with fine views to the Malvern Hills, access to loft.

Bedroom 1

3.35m x 3.69m (11'0 x 12'1 )

Having double glazed arch window to the front with views to the Malverns, feature fireplace, brick and timber feature wall and ceiling beams.

Bedroom 2

3.38m x 3.40m (11'1 x 11'2 )

Double glazed arched window to front with views, radiator, exposed brick and timber feature wall.

Bedroom 3

2.64m x 3m (8'8 x 9'10 )

With double glazed window overlooking rear over farmland, walk-in cupboard.

Bathroom

Comprising bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC low flush suite, double glazed window with views, radiator.

Outside

There is a boundary stone wall with double gate giving access to a gravel parking area and in turn giving access to the garage/workshop 5.43m x 4.53m with double doors, power and light.

The gardens are laid to areas of lawn with shrub and flower beds as well as mature trees. From the gardens the views to the Malverns can be fully appreciated.

Please note the cider press and troughs are not included in the sale.

Outbuildings

Just across the road from the property is an excellent range of modern portal frame buildings comprising the following

Double gate hard surface entrance leading to hardstanding leading to a very well constructed 6 Bay Portal Frame Building.

The building was constructed over two phases the modern 3 bay unit having been extended by a further 3 bays in 2000, together with an additional Lean-to.

In total there is approximately 2,800 sq ft of useable space with concrete floor and power supply, large openings and personal doors, through access to 3 Bay Open Lean-to providing a further 600 sq ft, all with good concrete floor and in excellent condition throughout.

In total the site upon which the building extends is approximately 0.8 of an acre. In addition to the principal buildings there is also Garaging/Store and small block built Lean-to.

Services

Private water supply and private drainage. Oil central Heating.

Tenure

Freehold

Directions

From Much Marcle turn off the A449 Ross to Ledbury Road into Much Marcle village. Follow the road through the village (B4024) and after mile take the first turning right signposted Kempley. Follow this country lane for 1.5 miles until reaching a junction where the property will then be seen on the right hand side as denoted by the agents For Sale sign

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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