High Beech Road, The Pludds, Ruardean, Glos, GL17

£580,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in an enviable, elevated position with fine open views towards the Welsh borders and the Wye Valley. This four bedroom detached cottage has been greatly improved to provide light and airy accommodation in pleasant cottage style gardens of approximately 0.25 of an acre in total.

Situated in an enviable, elevated position with fine open views towards the Welsh borders and the Wye Valley. This four bedroom detached cottage has been greatly improved to provide light and airy accommodation in pleasant cottage style gardens of approximately 0.25 of an acre in total.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The Pludds is a small hamlet located between Ruardean and Lydbrook on the edge of the Wye Valley. This area is perfect for lovers of the great outdoors with a multitude of river, woodland and countryside walks. The Pludds view point has fantastic views over four counties and Ruardean has a good range of local amenities. The nearby market towns of Ross on Wye and Monmouth offer a wider range of amenities along with excellent road access to the M50 and also to Gloucester, Hereford and South Wales.

The property is entered via:

Canopied Front Entrance Porch: With quarry tiled flooring, double glazed windows to front and side aspects. Hardwood glazed door to side entrance. Original stable style door providing access into:

Hallway: Woodgrain uPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Staircase leading to first floor landing with large understairs storage cupboard. Wood flooring. Hanging space for coats. Exposed stone feature pillar. Night storage heating. Door to:

Utility Room: 6'7" x 5'5" (2m x 1.65m) Double glazed window to side aspect. Low level WC. Basin and pedestal. Space and plumbing for a shower. A continuation of the wood laminate flooring. Wall mounted storage cupboard.

From the reception hall, double doors provide access into:

Sitting Room: 19'6" x 15'1" (5.94m x 4.6m) Having double glazed woodgrain windows to side and front aspects. Raised brick hearth with stone feature breast and recessed wood burning stove beneath. Night storage heating.

From the hallway, open plan access can be gained to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 16'6" x 9'8" (5.03m x 2.95m) Woodgrain uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear aspect which provide a lovely outlook over the gardens. Additional uPVC double doors lead out to rear patio. The kitchen is extremely well equipped with attractive range of cream Shaker style base and wall mounted units with one and a half bowl sink unit. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Integrated double oven with electric hob and tiled splashback. Part stone feature wall. Double doors lead to:

Dining Room: 13'9" x 9'9" (4.2m x 2.97m) With double glazed window to rear garden which enjoys attractive outlook. A wealth of character with original stone feature walls and stucco plaster. Night storage heating.

From the reception hall, access can be gained to:

First Floor Landing: Leading to a lovely light and spacious landing area which enjoys a large picture window with superb unobstructed countryside views over the Wye Valley and onwards over the Welsh Borders in the distance. This part of the landing creates an ideal seating area with a curved feature wall and old stone painted wall, further lime washed feature wall. Night storage heating. Door to:

Master Bedroom: 13'6" x 11'10" (4.11m x 3.6m) Double glazed window to front aspect with stone feature wall and lintel above. Night storage heating. Door with glazed side panel providing access into:

En-Suite Bathroom: High level double glazed window to front aspect. Oak block counter top with fitted sink and storage cupboards beneath. Low level WC. Panelled 'P' shaped bath with shower over and curved shower screen. Electric ladder towel rail. Tiled surrounds.

Bedroom 2: 14'11" x 9'8" (4.55m x 2.95m) Double glazed windows to side and rear aspects. Large picture window to side aspect allowing in plenty of natural sunlight and providing lovely views.

Bedroom 3: 10'11" x 8'10" (3.33m x 2.7m) A lovely light and spacious dual aspect bedroom with views towards neighbouring fields and farmland. Night storage heater.

Bedroom 4: 11'10" x 7'4" (3.6m x 2.24m) Having double glazed window to rear aspect with views over fields and farmland. Feature fireplace with original grate and stone lintel over. Dual entered airing cupboard with large pressurised hot water cylinder and space for slatted shelving. Night storage heating.

Family Shower Room: Double glazed window to rear aspect. The shower room has been newly fitted to create a lovely sized room with walk in enclosed shower cubicle with mains pressured shower. Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround. Ample space for a bath if required.

Outside: The front of the property is accessed via Forestry Commission land. Hard standing area which provides additional parking, owned by the Forestry and Highways, with legal rights for access to:

Double Garage: 20'5" x 15'11" (6.22m x 4.85m) With double doors providing access into the garage/workshop. Window and doors to side and rear entrance. Power points, and lighting. Large mezzanine storage area. This area could provide and annexe, if required subject to the necessary planning regulations.

From the gated entrance access can be gained to a split pathway which leads around to the side and rear gardens. Beautifully maintained by the present owners to create a lovely cottage style garden with attractive herb beds and raised flower beds. Raised vegetable bed. Pathway leads down to a sunken patio which enjoys sunshine throughout the day. The garden has numerous mature trees and an old Oak. Two garden sheds. Roadside access via double gates which could provide an additional driveway and space for additional garage.

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Richard Butler & Associates

15 Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye

Herefordshire

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