- Views toward Malvern Hills
- Backing onto conservation land
- In a quiet cul de sac
- En suite to master bedroom
- Beautiful kitchen diner
- uPVC double glazing
Entrance door into the hallway with doors off. A large, bright lounge with feature fireplace, window to front elevation and back aspect overlooking the garden. Open plan dining area with laminate floor affording a view onto the garden through French doors, continuing with the laminate floor into a well appointed kitchen with light units and woodblock worktops extending to providing breakfast bar and finished to a high spec, complimented with eye level integral built in oven, four ring hob, stainless cooker hood and warming draw, integral dishwasher, large fridge, extractor fan. The kitchen also benefits from a walk in pantry. The property provides a useful utility/drying room with further worktop surfaces, and storage area/boot room off the hallway. Ground floor w.c., again off the hallway and stairs to first floor landing.
Master bedroom with en suite shower room, built in double wardrobe, a further three double bedrooms with integral wardrobes and family bathroom. Cupboard on landing.
To the front of the property is a lawned area and driveway with parking for two cars, side access leads to the rear of the property.
The rear of the property is laid to lawn with a decked area housing hot tub under pergola plus well established borders. Enclosed with hedgerow and panel fencing, the rear garden backs onto conservation land. There is also a large covered storage area/boot room along one side of the property.
The rural villages of Staunton and Corse are situated on the Gloucestershire border providing good travel links to both Gloucester, Newent, Tewkesbury and the M50. Benefiting from a public house, good public bus service allowing for easy travel to senior schools, surgery and Outstanding 'Ofsted' rated Staunton & Corse C of E primary school.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains electricity, metered water and oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band E £2013.75 - 2018/19
From Gloucester head along the A417 towards Ledbury passing through the villages of Maisemore and Hartpury and into Staunton. Once in the village, turn left into Prince Crescent at The Prince of Wales Pub, bear right into Chartist Way then take the 2nd turning right into Chartist Piece. The property can be found in front of you.
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Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.