Gorsley, 6 Gorsley Gardens, Ross-On-Wye HR9


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A deceptively spacious, extended four bedroom detached bungalow having A beautifully secluded rear garden, and positioned within the heart of this sought after and well served village within minutes’ drive of the M50 motorway

Reception Hall, Bath/Shower Room & W.C., 24’ Living/Dining Room, Lavishly Appointed Kitchen with many appliances, Laundry/Utility Room, Shower Room & W.C. Master Bedroom with En-Suite Wet Room/Shower Room & W.C. Three further Bedrooms. Double Glazing. Oil Fired Central Heating. 19’ Brick Built Garage/Workshop. Water Butts. Log Stores. Space for Chicken Run. Delightful, secluded rear gardens complete with Pergola/Seating Area & Table. Excellent village amenities within walking distance. M50 Motorway within minutes’ drive.

Location & DescriptionPositioned in the heart of the sought after village of Gorsley, with a superb range of facilities within walking distance, No. 6 Gorsley Gardens lies in a peaceful cul-de-sac of just 8 properties, yet is within a few minutes’ drive of the M50 motorway. The market town of Ross-on-Wye lies some 5 miles to the west, whilst the Cathedral City of Gloucester is some 9 miles away to the east.

Appearing to be a small retirement bungalow when viewed from the front, No.6 has in recent years been radically extended by the current owner, and now offers generously proportioned four bedroom accommodation, the rear rooms, with a south westerly aspect having French doors which open out onto the beautifully secluded rear garden.

The main living room comprises a vast 24’ x 18’ space with logburner, and the principal bedroom has a superb en-suite wet room/shower room & w.C. Off, there being 3 bath/shower rooms with w.C. In total. This all makes for extremely versatile accommodation, and the owner recently hosted a family event for seventeen people!

Despite its sylvan setting, facilities within walking distance include village hall, excellent local primary school, two churches and noted Gurkha curry house/pub, The Roadmaker. Community Shop & Post Office opening September 2018. The village is also served by a bus service, and there are miles of walks in nearby countryside. In detail the centrally heated and double glazed accommodation comprises as follows:-

Reception HallWith fitted carpet and inset matwell. Ceiling mounted halogen light fitting and extra large access hatch with loft ladder to insulated roof void. Louvred doors to capacious storage cupboard with radiator.

Bath/Shower Room & W.C.With recently installed white suite comprising shaped bath with Triton Opal II Chrome instantaneous electric shower over together with glazed side screen. Pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled low level w.C. Mirror fronted medicine cabinet with light above and shaver point. Full tiling to all walls. Attractive, Karndean flooring.

Living/Dining Area (7.32m (24'0") x 5.74m (18'10"))Of overall max depth dimensions approx. 24’ x 18’10, and self-dividing itself into the:-

Dining Area approx. 19’2 x 10’11 and having two, five arm, ceiling light fittings, fitted carpet and wide open way through to the:-

Living Area approx. 18’10 x 12’. This lovely light room has extensive double glazing to south west elevation including two double glazed French doors leading directly out into the exceptionally private rear garden. Positioned on a Welsh slate hearth to one side of the room is the cast iron, matt black Villager wood burning stove. Fitted carpet throughout the whole area.

Kitchen (3.91m (12'10") x 2.44m (8'0"))A recently and exceptionally generously appointed kitchen with a wide range of floor mounted cupboards and drawers incorporating the 1½ bowl sink with chrome mixer tap over. Also incorporated are many appliances including the aeg automatic dishwasher, two cda electric ovens complete with built-in cda microwave over. Generously proportioned larder fridge with deep freeze beneath. Four ring cda black ceramic hob with extractor hood over. Wide range of complementary wall mounted cupboards. These cupboards are extra tall, extending all the way to the ceiling. Six ceiling mounted LED downlighter spots and superb mahogany effect working surfaces. Karndean flooring. Double glazed window and Roman blind to front elevation looking directly across the front garden and driveway. Open way through to:-

Laundry/Utility RoomHaving single drainer sink incorporated within a working surface, with plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer and cupboard beneath. Additional wall mounted cupboards. Floor mounted to one corner is the Worcester Green Star Heatslave 25/32 oil fired central heating boiler. Appealing Karndean floor covering continuing from kitchen, and indeed continuing through to the:-

Shower Room & W.C.Having white suite comprising corner shower cubicle housing the MX Inspiration instantaneous electric shower. Wash hand basin and close coupled low level w.C. Tiling to certain walls. Wide double glazed window to exterior. Mirror with extractor fan over. Karndean flooring.

Bedroom 1 (4.24m (13'11") x 3.30m (10'10"))A particularly light room having wide double glazed window to south east enabling an unspoilt outlook towards May Hill. Fitted carpet. Door through to:-

Superb En-Suite Wet RoomA particularly well appointed facility with extra large walk-in shower area, vanity unit comprising wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, and close coupled low level w.C. Full tiling to all walls and large mirror above basin with make-up lights and shaver point. Double glazed window and Venetian blind. Non-slip vinyl flooring.

Bedroom 2 (3.71m (12'2") x 3.10m (10'2"))Having wide double glazed window looking across the lawned front garden. Coving to ceiling. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 3 (2.74m (9'0") x 2.31m (7'7"))Again having double glazed window looking across the front garden. Coving to ceiling. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 4/Study (4.14m (13'7") x 3.66m (12'0"))L shaped and again, a particularly light room with double glazed French doors enabling direct opening onto the lawn and most private rear garden. Fitted carpet.

OutsideA tarmacadam driveway leads gently down through a 9’ wide, five bar wooden gate, enabling access to the Detached Brick Built Garage. This is overall max external dimensions approx. 19’3 x 10’ and has up and over door, fluorescent lighting, a side window and is of sufficient length to have work bench to rear.

The Front Garden is laid to a Neat, Gently Sloping Lawn, bisected by the pedestrian path to the front door, and bounded to the front by an attractive Laurel hedge. To the north east corner of the garden is a Cherry Tree, whilst to the centre of the main lawn is a Rose Bed.

Positioned between the bungalow and the garage are several Capacious Water Butts, whilst nearby are Three Wooden Woodstore Sheds.

Behind the garage is the 1220 litre recently renewed oil storage tank, and behind same, a Wooden Garden Shed approx. 10’6 x 6’6. Behind this is an area which would be ideal for e.G. Keeping chickens or a vegetable/soft fruit bed. Another Water Butt stands close by.

A wooden pedestrian gate leads from this area leads to the Wonderfully Secluded Rear Garden. This is of overall max dimensions approx. 80’ x 60’. The principal area of the garden is given over to a Neat, Gently Sloping Lawn, but this is fringed to all sides by flower and shrub beds and young trees, species including Hydrangea, Lilies, Mexican Orange Blossom, Fig, Kerria, Hebes, Hypericum, Conifers, Lilac, Holly and many more. Fruit trees present include Apple, Plum, Quince & Fig.

Positioned towards the western side of the garden is a Delightful Pergola/Outdoor Seating Area of approx. Dimensions 9’6 x 6’6, with bench seating to three sides and covered with fragrant Clematis. There is a gravelled base, and this delightful seating area includes a Circular Table with a diameter of almost 5’. To the extreme south western corner of the garden is a Herb Bed and area for compost bins etc.

ServicesMains, electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.

Outgoings: ‘D’ Council Tax Band

EPC rating: ‘D’ (Full EPC Rating available)

To ViewStrictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on .

DirectionsLeave the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye at the M50 motorway (Junction 4) taking the motorway towards Birmingham. Exit at the next Junction (Junction 3) thereafter carefully turning right and proceeding towards Newent. Within a few hundred yards, shortly after entering the village, pass Gorsley Goffs Primary School on the left, then taking the right turning immediately before ‘The Roadmaker’ Pub & Restaurant. Drive past the Chapel on your left hand side, taking the next left turning into Frowens Lane, thereafter taking the 1st right into Gorsley Gardens. No. 6 will be seen almost immediately on your right hand side.

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