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Folly Road Parkend, Lydney Guide Price £710,000

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  • SIX DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH EN-SUITE FACILITIES
  • AMPLE PARKING FOR UP TO SEVEN VEHICLES
  • PICTURESQUE GARDENS TO FRONT ELEVATION OVERLOOKING THE CRICKET GROUND
  • PRIVATE MEDITERRANEAN STYLE COURTYARD TO REAR
  • PRIME TOURIST LOCATION
  • CLOSE PROXIMITY TO LEISURE AMENITIES AND WOODLAND WALKS
  • MANY PERIOD FEATURES
  • ESTABLISHED BUSINESS WITH 20+ YEARS OF GOODWILL
  • POTENTIAL FOR FURTHER EXPANSION (SUBJECT TO NECESSARY CONSENTS)
  • EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY WITH ALL COMMERCIAL FIXTURES AND FITTINGS INCLUDED

AWARDED VISIT ENGLAND ROSE AWARD (ONLY 100 ACCOMMODATION PROVIDERS NATIONWIDE AWARDED) READ MORE HERE: A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ONE OF THE FOREST OF DEAN'S LEADING INDEPENDENT GUEST HOUSES, WITH 20+ YEARS OF AN UNRIVALLED ONLINE AND LOCAL REPUTATION. THIS 1800's CONSTRUCTED VILLA WITH SIX DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ALL WITH EN-SUITES, IS NOT TO BE MISSED.

Deanfield is currently letting 6 rooms including: 1 superking en suite; 1 en-suite bedroom comprising of a king bed, single bed and a balcony; 1 king en-suite; 2 double en-suite wet rooms (1 situated downstairs) and 1 double en-suite.  Upstairs also benefits from a laundry store (which could be used as living space or further accommodation - subject to Planning Consents).  Downstairs comprises a kitchen with Orangery attached, dining room, lounge, W.C and large attached garage with remote roller doors.  The Orangery leads to a BBQ area, courtyard and a cycle store & workshop.  The property internally and externally has been upgraded and extended, materials used have been of a traditional specification - this can be seen in the Welsh slate roof.  The front of the property has ample parking for all guests and a grassed area over-looking the cricket green.  Please see attached links to some of the World's largest online travel platforms to see the reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g503806-d1173334-Reviews-Deanfield_Bed_Breakfast-Parkend_Lydney_Forest_of_Dean_Gloucestershire_England.html    The Kitchen also has  a glass covered well, lit with LED lights with working pump situated outside.

Deanfield, previously known as The Villa, was built in 1840 by Mr T Allaway.  Mr Allaway also owned the King's Ironworks and Tin Plate works in Parkend which is now Deanfield Study Centre.  He later sold Deanfield to Mr H Crawshay whom was a member of the family of the iron works in South Wales.  Mr Crawshay then sold the Villa to Mr S Sant, the Quarry Master of the Forest of Dean Stonework's around 1900.  The Villa later came into the hands of Colonel Lewis and his family and renamed Deanfield in 1928.  It has subsequently changed hands with different owners before ending up as a family home for the current proprietors in 1986.  Deanfield has been a Guest House for more than 20 years.

Parkend is central to all Forest Towns.   It is popular for its amenities which include one of the areas largest Spa/Leisure facilities, two public houses/restaurants, bike hire and a village shop.  It is also desirable as it overlooks the cricket ground (directly opposite Deanfield), woodland access and access to the Forest of Dean Railway.  All in all a superb spot for tourists and somewhere to 'set up camp'.


ACCOMMODATION (measurements approx)

Entrance door to -

Hallway/Reception

26' 0'' x 6' 2'' (7.92m x 1.88m)

Window, radiator, picture rail, Karndean Oak-style floor.

Lounge

13' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.09m x 3.65m)

Window with shutters either side, feature fireplace with log burner, picture rail surrounding, radiators.

Dining Room

13' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.96m x 3.65m)

Radiators, exposed original hardwood floorboards, cupboards and shelving for ample storage, open feature fireplace with exposed hearth, window to front elevation with original shutters either side. Access to -

Kitchen

15' 0'' x 12' 0'' (4.57m x 3.65m)

Fitted at wall and base level with ample worktop and storage space, marbled tiled floor, electric cooker, dishwasher, Island with integrated fridge, built in pantry.

Dining Room/Orangery

22' 8'' x 12' 0'' (6.90m x 3.65m)

Featuring marbled tiled floor, original feature well with reinforced glass cover and LED lighting. The Orangery features double glazed windows and atrium roof, stand alone feature log burner situated on a stone slab.

Second Hallway

13' 5'' x 4' 3'' (4.09m x 1.29m)

Two windows, oak private front door, radiator. Access to the Garage and Downstairs Cloakroom.

Downstairs Cloakroom

4' 0'' x 4' 0'' (1.22m x 1.22m)

With Belfast sink, radiator, built-in storage.

Garage

17' 5'' x 16' 0'' (5.30m x 4.87m)

Two windows, electric, water supply and electric automatic rolling garage doors. It's current use is utility space.

Cellar

11' 7'' x 13' 7'' (3.53m x 4.14m)

Which is accessed from the Hallway. Access to water and electric supply. Access to the surface by original stone steps. This room houses the boiler and hot water tank and is used for storage of the contents for the Guest House.

Guest Room 1

11' 2'' x 10' 6'' (3.40m x 3.20m)

Room for a double bed, wardrobe, dressing table, condiment space, window, radiator. Access to - En-Suite - which features a wet room, three piece suite, motion sensor mirror, automatic extractor fan, window, radiator, towel rail, tiling from floor to ceiling.

First Floor Landing

15' 0'' x 10' 0'' (4.57m x 3.05m)

Stunning period style ceiling coving, airing cupboard.

Bedroom 2

10' 7'' x 10' 5'' (3.22m x 3.17m)

This bedroom features a double bed, window, radiator, condiment area, wardrobe, storage space. Access through to the - En-Suite -Wet Room,with three piece suite, radiator with towel rail, window, illuminated bathroom mirror.

Bedroom 3

12' 4'' x 12' 3'' (3.76m x 3.73m)

Features a Super King bed, Bespoke Forest of Dean Bluebell Muriel, luxury LED lighting, condiments area, storage, window with view over woodland and cricket pitch. Access to - En-Suite - Tiling to floor to ceiling, three piece suite with bath, towel rail, radiator, motion sensitive mirror

Bedroom 4

17' 2'' x 11' 9'' (5.23m x 3.58m)

Radiator, large window overlooking the cricket pitch and woodland views, built-in storage, condiment area. Access to - En-Suite - Wet Room, three piece suite, motion detection mirror, tiled floor to ceiling walls, radiator, extractor fan.

Upstairs Utility Room

11' 5'' x 10' 5'' (3.48m x 3.17m)

Window, radiator, built-in shelves, laminate flooring. Currently used as storage for bed linen, towels, etc.

Second Floor - Attic Room

25' 0'' x 17' 0'' (7.61m x 5.18m)

Features two dormer style windows with fantastic views over woodland and the cricket pitch. This room offers fantastic opportunity to convert into another Guest Room or Living Accommodation (subject to Planning Consents).

From the Hallway

17' 6'' x 3' 7'' (5.33m x 1.09m)

Stairs giving access to Bedroom 5 and Bedroom 6. With laminate flooring, window., radiator.

Bedroom 5

10' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.05m x 3.05m)

Laminate floor, double bed, wardrobe and condiment area, built-in wardrobe, window, radiator. Access to - En-Suite - With three piece suite comprising bath/shower, wash hand basin, w.c., wood floor, radiator.

Bedroom 6

Single and King sized bed, with Balcony with woodland views, condiment area, built-in storage, window. Access to - En-Suite - Comprising three piece suite, with bath, wash hand basin, w.c., tiled splashbacks, wooden floor, radiator, window.

Attached to the Garage is a Workshop which has water and electricity supply, Velux window. Ideal for further conversion into Annexe/Outhouse (subject to Planning consent).

Outside

Secure gated access to front of property which leads into the car park where you will find parking for approximately seven vehicles. The garden to the front of property has grassed area, mature shrubs and patio seating areas with Forest views. The rear of the property has a patio area


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Folly Road Parkend
Lydney GL15 4JF
County: Gloucestershire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: CIND0276

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