- Spacious and flexible accommodation throughout
- Generous master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe
- Impressive 140ft garden
- Ample off road parking
- No onward chain
- EPC Rating D58
With ample off road parking, Mullion is approached via a private gravel driveway leading through to the integral garage with up and over door, power and lighting. Retaining a number of original 1930's charming features the bay fronted property opens into a spacious entrance hall with stairs leading off alongside storage alcove. Dual reception rooms leading through arch opening provides ample natural lighting throughout with French doors leading to the rear garden alongside character wood burning stove for the winter months. Benefiting a sizeable extension, the Kitchen Dining space offers a range of units, whilst the kitchen sink over looks the open garden. Additional space, currently utilised as a play area, lends itself to those seeking a home office space, larger dining area or music room. Leading through from the Kitchen the Utility provides a continuation of the Oak Style Shaker Kitchen, with plumbing for washing appliances and access to the downstairs WC alongside door leading out to the garden.
The first floor offers a spacious and open plan landing alongside access to the four bedrooms, three of which are doubles. The extremely generous master overlooks the surrounding countryside to the rear of the property whilst providing potential purchasers with walk in wardrobe. The property is completed with a newly updated family bathroom offering a white suite with low level wc, wash hand basin, bath and walk in double mains feed shower cubicle, which will be completed for the sale of the property.
Impressive in size the 140ft rear garden backs onto open countryside and is mainly laid to lawn with adjoining patio and ideal area for alfresco dining and enjoying the summer months. With mature hedgerows and shrubs throughout the garden is completed with a barked area to the base, currently offering space for garden shed and children's play area. The space would also lend itself to those looking to explore the 'good life' with vegetable plots, chickens and such like.
Located 5 miles from the historic city of Gloucester, Churcham Village provides its parishioners with a primary school, garage and transportation links, including a bus service, making this an ideal location for those looking for the benefits of a rural position within a stones throw of everyday amenities.
Local Authority, Services & Tenure
Forest of Dean District Council - D
Mains electric and water, oil and private drainage.
Tenure - Freehold.