Nicholas Craddock - Herefordshire Estate Agents

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255,000
Ruardean

Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD

Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD

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Patch Cottage, High Beech Road, Ruardean, Gloucestershire. GL17 9UD

This pretty terraced cottage is situated in an elevated rural position having the most stunning views spanning 6 different counties and overlooking the River Wye right in the heart of The Royal Forest of Dean. From the property you can have direct access into 22,000 acres of Forestry Commission land and wonderful walks into the Royal Forest of Dean.

The village of Ruardean close by offers a good range of facilities including a church, village pub and restaurant, doctors surgery, post office, garage with petrol pumps and repair service, fish and chip shop, village hall, hairdressers and playing fields and Junior School.

The market town of Ross on Wye is a 15 minute drive away with supermarkets and a wider range of services.

The land which comes with the cottage extends to around 3/4 of an acre and lends itself to a diverse range of uses such as vegetable plots, keeping chickens or even a horse. It could also be formed into a large garden. The land is large enough for a log cabin for visiting family or an extra income, subject to planning permission. Planning permission was obtained previously for the erection of a large garage workshop in the lower section of the land, however, this permission has now lapsed.

The agents thoroughly recommend an inspection to appreciate the accommodation and the most spectacular views.

The cottage is approached from the front walled gravelled garden to the front door and

Entrance Porch 7' 0 x 6' 11 (2.13m x 2.11m) double glazed window overlooking the front, radiator, meter cupboard, tiled floor, door into

Living Room 20' 1 x 12' 5 (6.12m x 3.78m) having 2 double glazed windows to the front taking full advantage of the glorious views, stone wall with original mantle piece, gas fire inset, power points, tv point, radiators. Door into

Kitchen 13' 11 x 8' 1 (4.24m x 2.46m) 2 double glazed windows to the rear, range of kitchen units, Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, Rangemaster cooking range with gas hob and electric ovens, cooker hood with extractor fan, tiled floor with underfloor heating, control panels. Door into

Utility Room 6' 10 x 6' 8 (2.08m x 2.03m) plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, power points, patio doors to the rear.

From the living room stairs lead to the first floor landing and

Bedroom 1 13' 2 x 9' 1 (4.01m x 2.77m) 2 double glazed windows overlooking the front, 5 double power points, tv aerial point, telephone point, radiator.

Bedroom 2 8' 0 x 7' 4 (2.44m x 2.24m) double glazed window to the rear overlooking open countryside, radiator, power points.

Bedroom 3 8' 4 x 7' 1 (2.54m x 2.16m) double glazed window to the rear again looking out over open countryside, radiator, power points.

Bathroom 9' 1 x 7' 9 (2.77m x 2.36m) max. opaque double glazed window to the front, bath with telephone style shower attachment, pedestal wash handbasin, low flush WC, shower cubicle, fully tiled throughout.

To the front of the property is a stone wall and gravelled garden area and across the road is a paddock extending to approximately 3/4 of an acre.

To the rear of the cottage is a private raised decking area with power and outside water tap.

General Information

Services: Mains electricity and water connected. Calor gas fired central heating. Septic tank drainage.

Fixtures and fittings: Any fitted floor coverings will be included in the sale price.

Tenure: The property is Freehold

Council Tax: Band C 1320.84 - Payable 2015-2016

Energy Efficiency Report: Band E


Please note any prospective purchaser should contact Gloucestershire Council on to confirm whether this property is in a conservation area.

NB: The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. Buyers are advised to obtain their own verification. A sonic tape measure has been used to measure this property and therefore measurements are for guidance only

Nicholas Craddock Estate Agents endeavour to draft these sales particulars accurately and reliably taking reasonable steps to verify the information given. The vendor/s have also acknowledged these details as true and accurate. If, however, there are any points, which are of particular importance to you, please contact our office/s and we will be pleased to confirm the position for you, particularly if you are travelling some distance to view the property.
5th August 2015








Contact Details for this Property


Ledbury Office
4 New Street, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 2DX
Tel: 01531 634634
Fax: 01531 632836
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These particulars and measurements do not form part of a sale contract and may be subject to errors and/or omissions, therefore prospective buyers must establish their correctness.

 

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