- Charming cottage with flexible modern living space
- Generous garden room
- En-suite to master
- South facing garden with views across the local countryside
- Ample off road parking and double carport
- Believed to be approaching a third of an acre
Believed to be dating back to the 1700's this deceptively spacious home is entered via a charming porch which splits through to two generous reception areas, one of which benefits from a charming wood burning stove. Kitchen Dining area runs the length of the property providing ample storage and space for appliances, whilst over looking the rear garden to the south. Boot Room holding the oil fired boiler provides further storage, alongside the downstairs WC, before leading through to the Garden Room. Overlooking the garden and views stretching to the south and east, the generous space is ideal to be used as a third reception, formal dining area or family area with French doors leading out.
The first floor continues to offer three spacious doubles alongside a further fourth which could be utilised as a cot room, study or such like, completed with family bathroom and en-suite to master.
Approached via a private driveway with ample parking, the property is ideal for those requiring space for camper vans, horse boxes or such like alongside a generous double carport. Double gates offer access to the rear garden which offers views across the fields to both the east and south. With open lawn space and mature hedgerows the garden leads itself to both families and the keen gardeners with the space to introduce produce plots whilst offering greenhouse and storage sheds towards the rear of the plot.
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. With various secondary schooling, including grammar education, located within the city alongside easy links to the M5 north and south the village is popular with both families and working professionals.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains water, electric, oil and septic tank.
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band E.
Heading from Gloucester on the A40 towards Ross on Wye enter into the village of Churcham, the property can be found on the left hand side shortly after the turning into Church Lane opposite a vehicle lay by.