- Detached family home
- Large 200 ft garden
- Far reaching views
- Detached garage
- Village location
- EPC E50
Situated in the heart of Kempley Green, Winterwood is a four-bedroom, detached family home. A porch, providing shelter from the elements welcomes you to the home. From the hallway, doors lead to the living room, kitchen-diner, study and there are stairs to the first floor. The bright living room has windows to 3 sides of the property and double doors leading to the patio and garden. A cosy woodburning stove provides a traditional focal point to the room with a stone surround and timber mantle. The ground floor study overlooks the front garden and would make an ideal playroom or hobby room. The 19ft kitchen-diner is located at the rear of the property and features triple aspect windows to enjoy the beautiful gardens and rural views. Solid wood kitchen units provide ample space for storage and modern appliances while the rustic ceiling beam gives the room a traditional feel. The existing layout provides a sociable corner for family meals with a large window overlooking the side of the property. To the first floor are four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom and bedroom 3 benefit from beautiful views overlooking the garden and fields beyond.
The property is approached by a path leading to the front door and gives access to the side of the home. To the side of the property is a drive providing ample parking and a detached garage with electricity supply. The private and enclosed rear garden benefits from a patio area, lawn and mature shrubs and boarders. The rear garden measures approximately 200ft in length and would appeal to the keen gardener with room for a vegetable plot of perhaps a small football pitch instead! At the foot of the garden is a discreet fence to ensure views over the fields beyond are unspoilt.
Kempley village, located in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, lies 12 miles northwest of Gloucester and is 5 and 8 miles respectively from the market towns of Newent and Ledbury. A popular location due to its rural situation and good travel links, Kempley lends itself to those looking to enjoy the 'good life' within a peaceful community. With a chapel, beautiful countryside for rambling and a village hall at the heart of the community this is a charming village to settle in.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains electricity, water and drainage, oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean Council Tax Band E
From the centre of Newent town head along the High Street to the traffic lights near Lakeside. Turn left onto the B4221, then right onto Horsefair Lane. Stay on this road which will eventually lead you into Kempley Village. The Property can be found on your left.