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This charming detached 3 bedroom Grade II listed property has immense character is deceptively spacious inside and out. Set in just under 1 acre (not verified) this property offers scope and potential with lovely surroundings in this peaceful hamlet located just outside the popular village of Newnham on Severn. On entering the property you are immediately aware of the character on offer with its period studded front door, flagstone floor and beams. Three double bedrooms and a good size family bathroom occupy the 1st and 2nd floor whilst on the ground floor there are formal and family living areas with fabulous feature fireplaces and a plethora of character. A particular feature is the stone spiral staircase leading up behind the inglenook fireplace in the dining room. There is a separate utility space and cloakroom off the kitchen and a superb Cider House which benefits from some of its original workings and cider
press. Stairs to a mezzanine loft area for excellent storage can be found which creates a wealth of possibility and potential to convert to a further bedroom or annexe subject to the necessary planning consent. A fourth bedroom or indeed a complete annexe could be converted in this area to work well with the main dwelling.
The property is situated in the idyllic sought after hamlet of Awre on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean and offers easy access to the A48, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Chepstow, Severn Bridge, Bristol, Worcester and the M5/M4 motorway networks.
The property boasts a large level garden, sweeping driveway and gravelled parking area
with a covered car barn to the side of the property.
Wealth Of Character & Features
3 Double Bedrooms
Further Scope to Improve
No Onward Chain
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