- Rural village location
- Five bedrooms
- Flexible accommodation
- Immaculate condition
- Close to primary school
- Enclosed garden with lovely outlook
On entering the home, you are welcomed in to a bright and airy hallway, with windows overlooking the front of the property. The home has been freshly carpeted throughout in a neutral grey colour. From the entrance hall there are doors leading off to the ground floor accommodation and stairs to the first floor. The first door to your left leads to a downstairs room with a window overlooking the front garden and a modern en-suite shower room. This room could have a multitude of uses to include a bedroom, private study or playroom. Back through the entrance hall there is a practical downstairs cloakroom. Overlooking the rear garden is the living room and kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted units in a neutral wood. There is space and connections for most kitchen appliances. From the kitchen is a handy rear hall and door to the side of the property. The kitchen opens to an area for dining with a window overlooking the garden. The living room is flooded with natural light from the window overlooking the front of the home and French doors to the garden. There is a feature fireplace with electric inset fire and a decorative tile and wood surround which makes a lovely focal point to the room.
The first floor accommodation consists of five bedrooms leading off the bright landing. The master bedroom has a lovely large window overlooking the front of the property. Three of the five bedrooms all enjoy the rural views to the rear. The first floor accommodation is completed with a modern fitted family shower room.
The front of the property is bordered from the footpath by an attractive wood fence. To the front of the home is a large block paved driveway and grass area with a beautiful established tree. There is a side gate to access the private rear garden. The west facing garden is mostly laid to lawn with a patio area for dining and established borders and mature trees.
Longhope is a small village in west Gloucestershire, situated within the Forest of Dean it has been in existence since before the invasion of the Normans in 1066. The place name means long, enclosed valley' which describes the aspect of the village. With the local Hope Brook Church of England primary school for 4-11 years and Pippins Preschool Nursery from two years, an active football club and local post office.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Tenure - Freehold
Mains drains, water and electricity and oil-fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band E £2,286.00 per annum (2020/21)
Agents Note - The property is owned by relatives of an employee of Naylor Powell. Naylor Powell have no financial interest in the property
From Newent proceed along the B4216 (Culver Street) towards Huntley. On reaching the A40, turn right towards Ross-on-Wye and continue along until you reach the village of Longhope where you will see a tuning left into Church Road. Proceed down this road past the church and continue along and the property will be found set back on the left.