This detached split level country home is situated in an elevated, unspoiled rural position and offers spectacular and far reaching rural views whilst nestled in approaching 7 acres of land. The property has vast potential both inside and out and its peaceful location offers a tranquil lifestyle.
- Elevated position
- Stunning views
- 7 Acres
- Peaceful location
The property was individually designed and built by the current owners and offers versatile and spacious living accommodation throughout consisting of large kitchen/diner with oil fired Rayburn, three double bedrooms, one with walk in shower, main family bathroom, study, spacious living room with fireplace and inset wood burning stove, conservatory and sun room. There is also good loft access and storage with scope to extend up into. From every room and aspect there is a view over the grounds of the property. To the front, the outlook is stunning and you can literally see for miles over the surrounding farmland and countryside.
The property is approached via a long driveway flanked by mature gardens and hedgerow. The garden to one side has an array of wild flowers and various trees, bushes and shrubs. There is an ornamental pond which also acts as guidance for the turning area for access back down the drive. There is a garage and ample parking for several vehicles. From the drive is also gated access into one of the paddocks plus path access around to the rear of teh property and additional paddock. There is a large timber built outbuilding which offers vast potential for a number of pursuits, further storage sheds plus static caravan within the grounds. The paddocks are all grass and boundaries are clearly defined by fencing and hedgerows. There are gated accesses to the paddocks from the lane and the majority of the land backs onto woodland. From all areas of the ground are far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
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 Electricity, drainage and water. Oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean district council
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 (Golden Valley) proceed straight over the crossroads and continue for a short distance where the entrance to the property can be found on the left hand side.