Agent Details

Slades Estate Agents

Tel: 01202 548855

3 bedroom Detached House For Sale in Jubilee Road, Mitcheldean


Key Features

  • Holiday Let With Regular Income
  • Rural Location, Surrounded By Farmland
  • Character Property

Summary

Dating back to the 1600's, this three double bedroom detached former farmhouse offers character in abundance. The property includes a 2 double bedroom converted barn currently used as a successful holiday let. All with gardens and grounds of approximately 0.52 hectares.

Accommodation

* Kitchen/Breakfast Room * Dining Room * Lounge * Utility/Cloakroom * Three Double Bedrooms * Master with En-Suite Bathroom * Dressing Area * Bathroom * Triple Car Port with Workshop * Stable * Open Fronted Car Port Barn * Open Plan Kitchen/Living Area * Games Room/Wash Room * Gardens * EPC Ratings F & B

Description

The property is entered through:
Hardwood stable door with glazed inset panels to:

Reception Hall:
Being full of character with exposed wall and ceiling timbers, floor to ceiling storage cupboard. Night storage heater. Georgian bar window to garden. Ledge and brace door to:

Utility/Cloakroom: 5'8" x 4'4" (1.73m x 1.32m).
Having a range of base mounted Shaker style units with integrated single bowl drainer sink unit. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Low level WC. Georgian bar window to garden. Tiled flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 16'9" x 11'7" (5.11m x 3.53m).
Having hardwood glazed double doors to rear aspect with attractive outlook over the garden, orchard and rear patio. Georgian bar hardwood windows to front and side, to garden and farmland. A lovely room, full of character with exposed ceiling timbers and exposed stone feature wall. Being very well equipped with fantastic range of white Shaker style base and wall mounted units with worktops. Inset Belfast sink with mixer tap and drainer. Built in pan storage and pull out storage cupboards. Tiled splashbacks. Lovely sealed flagstone floor. Space for range style cooker with extractor hood over. Space for large fridge/freezer. Night storage heater. TV point with satellite connection.

Dining Room: 14'3" x 11'5" (4.34m x 3.48m).
With Georgian bar window to rear aspect with lovely outlook towards the orchard. Another room full of character having a feature fireplace with multi fuel burning stove, wooden mantle over and stone hearth. Exposed ceiling timbers and wall beams throughout. From here a period door provides access through to:

Living Room: 16'2" x 14' (4.93m x 4.27m).
A beautiful room with inglenook fireplace with wooden lintel, flagstone hearth and inset oil fired wood burning effect stove. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Fitted wall lights. Georgian bar style wooden door yo front patio and garden and Georgian bar window with window seat to the rear with a lovely outlook towards the orchards and garden. Wooden door to:

Stone spiral staircase with exposed stone work. This leads to:

First Floor Landing:
Being light and spacious with original lead banded window to front aspect with pleasant outlook over the gardens. Matching range of period doors provide access to:

Bedroom 2: 16'10" x 11'8" (5.13m x 3.56m).
A very light and spacious double bedroom with dressing area and Georgian bar window to orchard and countryside. Exposed ceiling and wall beams.

Bedroom 3: 10'2" x 8'6" (3.1m x 2.59m).
Having Georgian bar window to rear aspect with views over the private gardens and rolling countryside and wooded hillside. Fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and storage. Wall and ceiling beams. TV point with satellite connection.

Family Bathroom:
Having Georgian bar window to garden. Modern white suite with low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and modern panelled bath with mixer tap shower. Exposed floor timbers and ceiling beams. Tiled splashbacks, fitted mirror and recessed ceiling spotlights.

From the first floor landing a spiral staircase leads to:
Master Suite:
Bedroom Area: 15'3" x 9'3" (4.65m x 2.82m)
A fabulous room with character in abundance including exposed ceiling timbers and wall beams. Velux windows flood the room with an abundance of natural light. Having power points, TV point with satellite connection. Ample space for free standing or fitted furniture. Doorway with step leads to:
En-Suite Bathroom: 
Again a lovely room with ceiling timbers and wall beams, exposed floorboards. Velux window to farmland and countryside. White suite comprising roll top bath. Low level WC with concealed cistern, bidet, wash hand basin. Tiled display niche. Radiator. Doorway through to:
Dressing Area: 
A good range of fitted wardrobes. Double doors to airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving. Velux roof window.

Holme House Barn:
Accessed across the courtyard from the main house.

Hardwood glazed inset door leading to:
Front Entrance Hall: 
With hanging space for coats, tiled flooring with under floor heating. Useful understairs storage area. Ledge and brace door leads to:

Bedroom 1: 10'10" x 8'10" (3.3m x 2.69m).
With hardwood double glazed windows with pleasant outlook over the gardens. Tiled flooring with under floor heating. Ample space for free standing or fitted furniture.

Bedroom 2: 11' x 8'9" (3.35m x 2.67m).
Having hardwood double glazed windows to the rear aspect with attractive outlook over the gardens. Tiled flooring with under floor heating. 

Bathroom:
Having hardwood obscured glazed window to front aspect. Modern white suite comprising low level WC with concealed cistern, pedestal wash hand basin with vanity unit, light with shaver point. P shaped modern white panelled bath with fitted shower screen and shower over. Tiled flooring with under floor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlights and ladder style heated towel rail.

From the reception hall a full turned staircase provides access to:
First Floor Landing:
Living/Kitchen/Dining Space: 23'9" x 16' (7.24m x 4.88m).
A fabulous room with underfloor heating throughout. A breathtaking feature wall of windows with far reaching views flooding the room with an abundance of natural sunlight. 
Kitchen Area:
Being extremely well equipped with an attractive range of base mounted units with modern tiled splashbacks. Integrated dishwasher and oven with four ring hob, extractor fan and recessed ceiling spotlights. Hardwood double glazed windows to rear aspect. Attractive tiled flooring & tiled splashbacks.

Dining Area:
Very light and spacious with velux window to front aspect. A lovely seating area for up to 6 people with attractive tiled flooring. Open plan to:

Living Area:
With floor to ceiling windows. Power points, TV point. 

Attached to the barn is:
Games/Utility Room: 
16'2" x 14'1" (4.93m x 4.29m).
A great low maintenance space with exposed stone wall, tiled flooring and range of base units with rolled edge work tops, tiled splashbacks, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and condenser dryer, fridge/freezer. Control unit for roof solar panels and storage cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Courtyard:
Which provides parking for several vehicles, ideal for motor homes, caravans etc. 
Triple Car Port: 
33'9" x 12'8" (10.29m x 3.86m).
Three open fronted car parking bays with open vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling beams. 
Attached Workshop: 9'11" x 7'8" (3.02m x 2.34m).
With window to side aspect. Power points, lighting and work benches. 
Attached Woodshed: 11'6" x 9'7" (3.51m x 2.92m).
With stable door. Door to rear. 

From the courtyard access can be gained to raised vegetable beds with greenhouse. Gated access leading out to public footpaths and open farmland. Further open fronted barn: 29'4" x 20'1" (8.94m x 6.12m).
with parking and stable.

The entire curtilage is enclosed by stock proof fencing, accessed from the drive by a five bar gate. the yard leads through to a wrought iron gate to the public footpath and open farmland. A garden gate leads to the front of the house, the patio, a small kitchen/herb garden and the main gardens which are mostly laid to lawn interspersed with shrubs and trees. A secluded, raised seating area gives views of rolling hills and woodland.

Directions:
From Ross on Wye proceed on the A40 towards Gloucester passing through the village of Weston Under Penyard and onwards to the village of Lea. As you drop down the hill passing Lea Primary School on the left hand side, turn right at the sharp bend which is signposted to Mitcheldean. Proceed along into the village and continue, passing the  'Lining Wood' estate on your right hand side. Proceed straight over the roundabout and carry on to the T junction. Turn right into the village of Mitcheldean high street and continue along passing the school on your right hand side. Turn right at the mini roundabout and pass the shop and petrol station on your left hand side. Continue up the hill for approximately 400 meters, turn left after the bus stop into Jubilee Road. Continue down this lane for approximately o.5 mile, passing the Old School on your left, turn left signposted Holme House Barn. Drive over teh cattle grid and proceed down this track to the house.

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