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Hawthorns, Drybrook

Guide Price £600,000

End of Terrace House


3 Bedroom End of Terrace House for sale in Hawthorns, Drybrook

Key Features:

  • Three Bedroom End of Terrace Period Forest Property
  • Approx. 0.6 Acres of Land with Current Planning Permission
  • Solid Fuel Central Heating & Mains Gas to Building
  • Detached Double Garage & Outbuildings
  • Workshop & Lean To
  • EPC Energy Rating TBC

Steve Gooch Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale this THREE BEDROOM PERIOD FOREST PROPERTY with additional planning for TWO HOUSES. The property comprises ENTRANCE HALL, SNUG, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, DINING ROOM and BATHROOM with additional planning for SEPARATE ANNEXE.

The property is accessed via the double glazed panel rear door, leading into:

Kitchen - 3.99m x 2.31m (13'01 x 7'07) - One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, rolled edge worktops and tiled surround, range of base and wall mounted units,, built in four-ring electric hob with electric oven under and filter hood over, inset ceiling spots, space for under counter fridge and freezer, plumbing for automatic washing machine, exposed timber clad tongue and groove wall, power points, rear aspect upvc Georgian bar double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Opening into lounge. Timber door into Dining Room.

Lounge - 3.73m x 3.63m (12'03 x 11'11) - Feature fireplace with lovely brick and rendered chimney breast, alcoves to either side, fantastic wood burning stove set on a stone hearth which also provides hot water for the central heating, ceiling light, tongue and groove timber clad wall, door to understairs storage cupboard, power points, exposed timber floorboards, front aspect window with views towards woodland. Wooden panel door giving access to the front hall.

Dining Room - 3.66m x 2.34m (12'00 x 7'08) - Feature fireplace with stone hearth, wooden mantle and handmade bespoke wood burning stove, ceiling light points, woodblock flooring, church pew seat overlooking the garden, power points, rear aspect window over looking the garden.

Front Hall - Solid oak glazed panel door giving access into the hallway, stairs to the first floor, solid timber door giving access into:

Snug - 3.73m x 3.35m (12'3 x 11'00) - Feature fireplace with exposed brick, stonework and render, alcoves to either side, inset wood burning stove, single radiator, power points, exposed timber skirting boards, ceiling light, exposed timber lintel, front aspect window with views towards woodland.

From the hallway, stairs lead up to the first floor.

Landing - Velux style roof light. Doors leading into:

Bedroom 1 - 3.78m x 3.43m (12'5 x 11'3) - Chimney breast with alcoves to either side, directional ceiling spots, access to roof space, power points, front aspect window with view towards woodland.

Bedroom 2 - 3.76m x 3.35m (12'4 x 11'00) - Lovely exposed brick and stone feature fireplace with small wood burning stove inset, ceiling light, exposed timber floor boards, power points, telephone point, single radiator, door to over stairs storage cupboard, front aspect window overlooking woodland in the distance.

Bedroom 3 - 3.33m x 2.34m (10'11 x 7'8) - Wall light points, exposed ceiling timber, single radiator, power points, side aspect window overlooking the garden with views towards forest and woodland.

Bathroom - 4.45m x 2.29m (14'7 x 7'6) - White suite with cast enamel roll top claw foot bath, low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle, large single radiator, exposed hardwood flooring, skirting boards, inset ceiling spots, part tongue and groove timber clad walls, vanity cupboards, rear aspect obscure window.

Summer House - 4.93m x 3.63m (16'2 x 11'11) - Of timber construction with power and lighting, wood burning stove, cooking area, front and side aspect glazed windows, side aspect personal door, french doors to the front opening out onto the garden. Door into stone built workshop. Planning permission has been obtained to create ancilliary accommodation, for a self contained annexe. Planning reference PO181/04/FUL

Outside - The driveway with lawned area to the right hand side leads down to the parking and turning area, suitable for approximately three vehicles. This also gives access to the detached Garage/Workshop with attached Lean To. To the right hand side of the driveway is a selection of lawned area leading up to the site of the old quarry of which the property backs onto with trees, shrubs and bushes.

From here there is access to the garden area which is laid to lawn with small trees, shrubs, bushes and wildflower spaces. A further garden area suitable for fruit/vegetable produce is enclosed by fencing and hedging surround with raised planters, greenhouse, flower borders and small lawned area. This in turn leads to the back door, outside lighting, outside taps and various sheds and outbuildings.

To the rear of the property is a reclaimed brick paved patio area with inset flagstones, raised flower beds with a mixture of brick and stone walling surround and feature pond. A door gives access to an outside low level w.c with wash hand basin and small side aspect window. There is a woodshed with lighting. Pathways lead around the garden. Steps down and doorway give access into the garage/workshop and lean to.

Garage/Workshop - 5.77m x 5.69m (18'11 x 18'8) - Large double roller shutter door, which could have electric power, to the front aspect, small personal door to front, corrugated metal roof with corrugated Perspex panels for natural lighting, power and lighting, window to the side looking into the Lean To. Pair of double doors to the side give access into:

Lean To - 5.74m x 3.20m (18'10 x 10'6) - Power and lighting, wood burner, personal door to rear. Compost and storage area to rear of the garage and lean to.

Agents Note - The vendors obtained planning permission to build two, three bedroom detached dwellings with off road parking, EV charging points and gardens. Planning reference number: P1402/21/FUL

Sevices - Mains water and drainage, mains gas (not in use), electric, solid fuel central heating.

Water Rates - Severn Trent Water Authority - Rates to be confirmed

Local Authority - Council Tax Band: B
Forest of Dean District Council, Council Offices, High Street, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8HG.

Tenure - The property is advised as FREEHOLD.

Directions - From the Mitcheldean office, proceed up the Stenders, over the hill and into the village of Drybrook. Upon reaching the crossroads with the Drybrook Road, turn right onto Hawthorns Road. Proceed along here for approx. quarter of a mile where the property can be found on the right hand side.

Viewing - Strictly through the Owners Selling Agent, Steve Gooch, who will be delighted to escort interested applicants to view if required. Office Opening Hours 8.30am - 7.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.30pm Saturday.

Property Surveys - Qualified Chartered Surveyors (with over 20 years experience) available to undertake surveys (to include Mortgage Surveys/RICS Housebuyers Reports/Full Structural Surveys).

Awaiting Vendor Approval - These details are yet to be approved by the vendor. Please contact the office for verified details.

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