- Approx 1/3 acre plot
- Detached garage
- Studio above
- Character features
- Under floor heating
- Rural views
Accessed via an oak framed porch, the entrance hall with stylish tiled flooring, includes a cloak and utilities cupboard. The character features throughout the property offer a perfect balance between modern living and traditional charm. This charm is highlighted in the cosy living room which features a fireplace with wood burning stove. To the rear of the property you will find the kitchen which is bright and airy with solid oak worktops and attractive "country" finish cupboards. The pitched roof dining room has two velux roof lights, exposed beams, underfloor heating and double doors to the garden. Finally, on the ground floor is the modern fitted bathroom which is fully tiled . To the first floor you will find 3 bedrooms with the master enjoying an original exposed A frame timber ceiling. Bedroom three offers the scope to become a bathroom if desired due to location of pipes etc. Outside, gated access leads to a gravelled parking area suitable for parking several vehicles and leads to the detached garage which measures 5.34m x 4.75. The garage which offers potential for different uses (subject to planning) is arranged over two floors with a shower room on the ground floor and an office/studio above and has heating plus hard wired internet. All electrics and waste plumbing for kitchen have been installed if planning was granted for change of use to an annex.
The total plot which measures approx 1/3 of an acre, consists of an Indian slate patio area off the dining room and steps up to a large lawn, where you can enjoy views over the surrounding countryside. Please note that additional land was purchased by our vendors some time ago and this extended land is classed as agricultural.
Huntley is a village located 7 miles west of Gloucester on the A40 in the north of the Forest of Dean. With a CE primary school providing education from 4 to 11 years, church, garden centre and traditional butchers, plus a filling station.
A football and cricket club, the cricket club, founded in 1874, has its own ground to the south of the main road and runs an annual Beer Festival in the summer.
Tenure - Freehold
Local Authority - Forest of Dean district council tax band C
Services - Air Source heat pump feeds central heating (underfloor on ground floor, radiators upstairs), private drainage, mains water and electric.
Leave Newent via Culver Street (B4216) towards Huntley. On reaching Huntley turn right on the A40 towards Ross-on-Wye and left at the traffic lights onto the A4136 towards Little London and Longhope. Proceed down the hill where the property can be located on the right hand side.