This handsome 4 bed family home is situated in Ruardean on the cusp of the Forest of dean and Wye Valley. Many original period architectural features are intact and unspoiled. It is a beautifully presented classic property that achieves a perfect balance of character of a bygone era with modern living requirements. The rooms are well proportioned and extremely comfortable, both sitting room and dining room have original fireplaces with inset stoves. There are four double bedrooms. The house stands in a delightful south facing, private and secure landscaped garden with a pretty summerhouse. There is a detached garage and plenty of parking space. The Laurels is a lovely family home in an active friendly village environment.
Entered from an attractive covered porch, original coving and deep skirting, hardwood parquet floor and staircase, large under stair storage cupboard, doors to sitting room and kitchen dining room.
Windows to front and side with original coving and wooden window shutters, fireplace with inset wood burning stove, open plan to snug.
Window to side, door to hall.
Internal windows to garden room, integrated fridge freezer, tiled floor, door to large walk in pantry/store room and garden room, open plan to dining room.
Walk in Pantry
Window to rear, fitted wall cabinets and work surface, plumbing for dishwasher, tiled floor.
Lovely light room, windows front and side, fireplace with inset multi fuel stove, attractive flooring.
Floor to ceiling glazing overlooking terrace and garden, tiled floor, doors to study, cloakroom, laundry room/rear porch and garden terrace.
Window to front overlooking garden, door to boiler room/walk in airing cupboard.
Large walk in boiler/airing cupboard housing central heating boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder.
Window to side porch, WC, wash hand basin.
Power and water supply for utilities, door to rear path providing access to High Street.
Window to front with view of St John the Baptist Church, doors to bedrooms 1,2,3,4 and family bathroom.
Light and airy room with windows to front and side and a view over surrounding countryside, built in mirrored wardrobes.
Bright room with windows to front and side, built in wardrobes.
Window to side.
Window to side.
Window to rear, access to roof space, L shaped bath with mains shower over, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Manual up and over door, power and light, window and door to side. There are two parking spaces next to the garage and potential to create more if required.
Pretty timber summer house providing a comfortable place to sit and enjoy the garden, power and light.
Access to the property is from the drive where the garage and parking is positioned. The garden is a delightful south facing private area arranged around the front and side of the house. The terrace overlooks a well maintained secure garden featuring a mature magnolia tree, a small pond and attractive well stocked borders providing year round interest. The summer house provides shelter and shade, a great place for an afternoon cup of tea.
On entering Ruardean from Morse Road, continue through the village. The property is set back on the right hand side opposite 'The Old Rectory' before you reach the church.
On entering Ruardean from Morse Road, continue through the village. The property is set back on the right hand side opposite The Old Rectory before you reach the church.