Dursley Cross, Longhope
£150,000 Sold Subject to Contract

SSTC similar required

A rarely available three bedroom detached cottage in need of complete renovation/refurbishment yet offering vast potential. Sat in plot of approximately 3/4 of an acre.

  • Detached cottage
  • 0.75 of an acre
  • In need of complete refurbishment
  • Potential
  • Development opportunity
  • Cash buyers only


On the ground floor the cottage has two reception rooms, both with fire places, WC and a kitchen diner. All of the accommodation requires complete refurbishment and improvement. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a shower room.


The whole plot measures approximately 0.75 of an acre and offers vast potential for improvement.


Longhope, a small rural village on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean holds a lively community for all walks of life. Benefiting from a community post office, village stores, primary school in the vilage and secondary schooling within the local towns of Mitcheldean and Newent the village lends itself to family life.

Services, tenure and Local Authority

We are unaware of any services that are connected. It is assumed that mains electricity and water are connected and that there is private drainage.Buyer to investigate.

Freehold (assumed)

Forest of Dean district council (Tax Band F)

Agent notes

Please note all viewings are strictly by appointment by calling 01531 828970. There is currently no parking at the property although there is potential to re-instate a driveway (subject to the correct planing permissions). Pedestrian access to the property is across a road. Great care and attention must be taken when crossing the road and viewers do so at their own risk. Viewings must be escorted by a Naylor Powell employee. For more information please call.


From Gloucester proceed along the A40 passing through Churcham and Huntley. Proceed over the traffic lights by the Murco Garage in Huntley towards Ross. Continue along here through the trees and the property is found elevated on left hand side opposite junction on right hand side signposted for May Hill. Parking on the lane opposite is advised.