Hooks Lane, Upleadon, Newent
£649,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A beautifully converted barn with original oak timbers, restored and improved, purveying many character features this type of property has to offer, enhanced with modern fixtures and fittings, to include under floor heating throughout and oak doors. This property also benefits from ample off road parking and double carport. Tucked away in the quiet countryside.

  • Barn conversion in rural location
  • Three/four spacious bedrooms
  • Good sized plot
  • Ample parking
  • Double Oak framed carport
  • Underfloor heating throughout


On entering the house you are immediately drawn in by this large open plan living/kitchen/dinner area, boasting a light modern fully equipped kitchen, with an extensive range of eye level and base units with deep drawers, fully integrated appliances and a central island. Hardwood floor runs throughout complete with underfloor heating and for those exceptionally wintery days a woodburner further complements the room. The utility/laundry room again of generous size provides the necessary plumbing and further cupboard space. Also on the ground floor is a study or occasional bedroom and shower room.

The staircase leads to an impressive gallery landing with glass balustrade with views. The master bedroom hash exposed timbers, quirky low level windows and benefits from an impressive en-suite shower room. A further two bedrooms and luxury family bathroom are also located on the first floor. By design Oake Barn offers quirky useful storage space throughout.


The property is tucked away at the end of a private lane, only used by one other property. There is ample parking and oak framed carport for a further two vehicles. The property has its own fully fenced grass field, 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 - 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.