Dry Hill House is set in a beautiful rural setting overlooking fields and woodland at The Heavens in Lypiatt with very well presented spacious accommodation, a paddock and stunning views.
Dry Hill House is a very well presented semi-detached character property set in an elevated position between Thrupp and Bisley and is surrounded by fields and Woodland with superb views. Accommodation comprises a spacious entrance hallway with tiled floors, utility cupboard, ground floor WC, further storage and doors to all other rooms. A spacious living room with feature wood burner and double doors that lead to a lovely conservatory which takes in the beautiful rural setting. A beautiful fitted kitchen with woodburning stove and appliances to include, an Everhot oven/hob and a good size dining room with double doors to the paved patio. First and second floors comprise of four/five bedrooms which all take in the stunning views and a family bathroom with a white suite and separate shower cubicle.
The grounds by the house are set to three sides and make the most of the superb location. A lovely paved sitting area is found at the front of the house and enjoys views over the neighbouring field to woodland. A path leads round to the side of the house. This area has clearly been the subject of considerable care and attention, with a pretty rill running down through well planted gardens stocked with a variety of shrubs. Another smaller sitting spot is found at the end of the garden, with a useful potting shed/wood store behind. The area behind the property is also well planted, with two sheds in need of attention. Established trees and mature shrubs are found throughout the plot, with a gated path for both Dry Hill House and the neighbouring property (There is a private access path at the back of the house for the adjoining property)
The property also benefits from a separate paddock. This is found just up the lane and measures 0.3 of an acre, with running mains water and electricity, useful shed, greenhouse, vegetable area, fruit trees and bushes with apple, plum, pear, cherry tree. Good level lawn area and pond with sitting area and parking for two cars.
Garage 20’0″ x 19’9″ A wooden detached garage, with double doors to front, power and light, window to front, outside tap.
Stroud town has a wide range of shops and amenities, community and primary schooling, a leisure and sports centre, award winning weekly farmers market and a main line railway station with inter city services travelling to London (Paddington). Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (15 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.
The property has a private drainage (septic tank) system. No mains gas is available in this lane but the property does have a mains water supply. The property is warmed via electric radiators throughout with electric underfloor heating in the hallway and living room.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321