May Hill, Longhope
£650,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A three bedroom detached family home with beautiful countryside views. Benefiting from a conservatory, heated swimming pool and approximately three quarters of an acre with garage/workshop. No onward chain.

  • Detached house with 3/4 acres
  • Beautiful countryside views
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Garage/workshop
  • Village Location
  • Local village pub


The accommodation comprises; entrance hall with double doors off leading to the lounge, feature fireplace with cast iron and white wood surround, bay window with beautiful views over neighbouring countryside, double doors into the conservatory. Further double doors again from the entrance hall lead to a well appointed kitchen/dining area. The kitchen provides a comprehensive range of high gloss base units with extensive granite style worktop surfaces, fully integrated appliances to include fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and dual fuelled Rangemaster, matching eye level units, the dining area with bay window to front elevation again with beautiful views. Open plan to the breakfast room with a utility area.
On the first floor the property provides three double bedrooms with balcony to the master affording beautiful views, a family bathroom and separate WC.


Outside the property is approached via electric double iron gates with a driveway providing parking ample parking and leading to the garage/workshop. The three quarters of an acre plot mainly extends to a large expanse of lawn with flower beds and borders with a selection of mature trees and shrubs, plus a small orchard area. Patio area and large ornamental fish pond. Log cabin/sunroom with power and lighting, a heated outdoor swimming pool fully enclosed with high brick wall and lockable gate. Plant room with heating and filtration system.
A further gated access to the rear allows access for service vehicles or similar.


May Hill is a familiar landmark seen for many miles around, with its near circular distinctive stand of pine trees, and at its summit the highest point of West Gloucestershire and on a clear day you can see up to 12 other counties, the hill was enclosed by an act of parliament in 1873 and passed into the care of the National Trust in 1935. Also, home to the popular Glass House Inn a charming red brick public house on the slopes of May Hill, the village also has a local village hall.


Mains electricity and water, private drainage and oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band F £2541.26


Leave Newent via Culver Street (B4216) sign posted Huntley continue for approximately 2 miles, turning right into Judges Lane signposted Glass House. Proceed and at the 'T' junction turn left past the Glass House Inn, continue up the hill after passing the war memorial the property will be found immediately on the left hand side.