- Beautiful barn conversion
- 1.5 acres approx
- Ample parking
- Peaceful location
- 4/5 bedrooms
- Underfloor heating throughout
A stunning, unique and captivating property, flooded with natural light and possessing a tremendous sense of space.
Entrance is through glass doors into a spacious hallway. A door leads off into a good sized convenient utility/boot room, also housing the underfloor heating systems. The entrance leads into a kitchen/diner with beautifully fitted kitchen well equipped with integrated appliances, a central island and beautiful hardwood floors which flow seamlessly into the sizeable living room with inviting, double sided wood burner. A further door leads through to an inner hall, providing access to an en-suite and fourth bedroom/study, ideal for those either working from home or proving additional space for family and friends to stay over.
The stairs lead from the kitchen/diner to the first floor with glass balustrade balcony looking over the kitchen/diner. To the left are two generous sized bedrooms, while to the right is the luxurious family bathroom with separate bath and shower. There are two further spacious bedrooms, the master of which boasts a separate dressing room and en-suite.
The property is tucked away at the end of a private drive. There is ample parking and oak framed carport for a further two vehicles. The property has its own fully fenced 1.5 acre field (approx), which could be used for keeping animals, in addition to a garden area with lawn and patio for alfresco dining. With beautiful views across the tranquil countryside this property is a little slice of heaven.
Upleadon is a village and civil parish situated on the outskirts of Newent approximately 10.5 km north-west of Gloucester. Soon after the Norman conquest Upleadon became part of the estates of Gloucester Abbey and was recorded as such in the Domesday Book. The village today extends southwards alongside the River Leadon.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains water, electricity, private drainage, air source heating
Forest of Dean District - Council Tax Band TBC
Leave Newent via the B4125 towards Gloucester and take the next turning on the left into Hooks Lane. Continue along here and at the next junction bear right onto Golden Valley road, proceed for a short distance and then turn into the private lane on the right which leads to the property.