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Bloomfield House
Bloomfield House, Bromsberrow Road, Redmarley, Gloucester, GL19 3JU
Beautifully located rural home in a lovely position with garden, garage, private parking and great views 0.32 Acres Guide price £775,000
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Key Features
  • Modern, detached 5-bed family home (2,185 sq ft)
  • Country-style fitted kitchen, 3 reception rooms
  • Manageable garden, smart decked terrace and patios
  • Integrated double garage, ample parking

Summary of Features


Detached and extended modern family home (2,185 sq ft)
Country-style fitted kitchen with integrated oven and hob
Snug, dining room and spacious, open plan sitting room
5 bedrooms, 4 double rooms and 1 single, 2 bathrooms
Manageable garden, smart decked terrace, and patios
Integrated double garage, ample parking

Location


Mileages: Redmarley village <1/2 mile, Ledbury & Newent 5 miles, Tewkesbury & Malvern 12 miles, Gloucester 13 miles, Cheltenham 17 miles, Worcester 191/2 miles, Hereford 20 miles, Birmingham 511/2 miles, Bristol 59 miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 2 miles, M5 (Jct 8) 13 miles
Railway: Ledbury, Tewkesbury, Malvern, Gloucester
Airport: Bristol (551/2 miles) Birmingham (58 miles)

Situation

This property is located on the periphery of the village of Redmarley d'Abitot, on the borders of the Three Counties in west Gloucestershire. This popular and accessible area is characterised by traditional farms, open fields, and wooded hills, and offers a sought after, rural quality of life combined with excellent links to the motorway network and to the rest of the country; with Cheltenham, Gloucester, Birmingham and Bristol all easily accessible.

Bloomfield House


Bloomfield House is a very well presented, 20th century, detached family house, latterly extended to create a wonderfully spacious home benefiting from impressive views to the Malvern Hills.
A covered porch leads to the entrance hall and through to the ground floor living space; there is a cosy snug with wood burner set on a slate hearth with internal glazed doors leading through to the super, open plan sitting room which has a fabulous glazed elevation overlooking the garden and surrounding countryside. This lovely, light room is a very spacious and versatile living space complemented by a modern "Scandi-style" wood burner and Travertine flooring throughout. French doors lead to an attractive, brick-paved seating area and the garden.
The sitting room leads through to the formal, yet comfortable dining room which has attractive Oak flooring and a door to a rear hall/WC with access to the garden. There is also a small boiler room with space for a washing machine.

Bloomfield House (Continued)


A country-style kitchen leads directly off the dining room in open plan style, which is perfect for family and entertaining. There is ample cupboard space and the kitchen benefits from an integrated NEFF double oven, a gas hob with cooker hood and space for a free-standing dishwasher and a fridge-freezer. An older Rayburn provides a lovely vintage feature. A link door off the kitchen opens to the integrated double garage, which has power supply and lighting and offers further potential accommodation.
Stairs from the front hall lead to the split, galleried landing where there are five bedrooms in all, four double and one single, and two bathrooms, one with a bath and shower over and one with a walk-in shower. The spacious main bedroom has ample built-in wardrobes.

The Outside


The property is approached off a quiet rural lane via a gated entrance to a large, gravelled parking area and the double garage.
The good-sized enclosed front garden is mainly lawn with some mature trees and beech hedging. An established wisteria graces part of the front elevation and produces delightfully scented blooms in late spring/early summer.
A timber fenced and gated access leads to the rear of the property and the good-sized back garden, which is manageable and offers further scope for keen gardeners.
A raised, decked terrace has direct access from the property, and is complemented by an oak and glass balustrade to make the most of the views. This is a super spot from which to enjoy the surroundings and a great place for seasonal entertaining. There are two further sheltered seating areas, both accessible from the house and in lovely sunny spots within the garden.

The Outside (Continued)


Raised herbaceous borders flank steps leading up to a small lawned area where there is a useful timber garden shed.
Bloomfield House enjoys super views over the surrounding farmland and countryside beyond.

Material Information

Services

Mains electricity and water, private drainage (modern septic tank, 2013). Calor gas central heating and new boiler (2023), double glazing throughout.

Broadband

5G router connected (c.95 Mbps).

Local Authority

Forest of Dean District Council: 01594 810000.

Council Tax

Band "E" (small business use as holiday rental, currently zero rated).

Listing

This property is not Listed.

EPC

Rated "tbc", ordered.

General Information

Schools


Primary: Redmarley, Pendock, Bromesberrow, Staunton & Corse. Further information available at: www.fdean.gov.uk.
Secondary: Newent Community School and Ledbury (John Masefield).
Independent: Malvern, Cheltenham, Hereford & Worcester all have some outstanding independent schools. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk

Local

The village of Redmarley d'Abitot has a Church, primary school, village hall, playgroup and pub. Staunton & Corse (c. 4 miles) also has a primary school, doctors' surgery, pub, service station, and pet and country feed supplies store. There is also a community shop at Bromsberrow Heath with bakery and post office. The busy market town of Ledbury offers a wide range of shops and amenities to meet most day-to-day requirements. A broader range of shopping and leisure facilities can be found close by in Malvern and Tewkesbury, with more extensive retail and cultural facilities available in Cheltenham and Gloucester.

Recreational

Redmarley d'Abitot has its own village cricket, tennis and football clubs, and the surrounding area provides a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities, particularly in the Malvern Hills and the Severn Valley, both renowned for their outstanding natural beauty. There are leisure centres & swimming pools in both Ledbury and Newent. A wide variety of events, from antique fairs to agricultural shows, take place at The Three Counties Showground, Malvern, throughout the year.

Additional Information

Bloomfield house is currently used as a holiday let by the owners.

Postcode

GL19 3JU.

Directions

From M50 Jst 2: Head south on the A417 towards Gloucester for 1.2 miles, take the right turn towards Redmarley. Continue for 1/2 mile and on entering village, take first right onto Bromsberrow Road, continue for a further 1/2 mile and as you drop down a small bank, the property will be found on your right hand side, just before Hazeldene Cottage.

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Viewings

By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.

Agents Notes

Grant & Co and their clients give notice that: 1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.