Kempley, Dymock
£300,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Brought to the open market for the first time ever this charming, two bedroom bungalow is surrounded by countryside on the edge of the village of Kempley. The bungalow offers vast potential to make a superb family home in this enviable rural location.

  • Project in the country
  • Rural location
  • Vast potential
  • 1/4 acre plot
  • EPC F37


Surrounded by countryside, this single storey home offers vast potential.
Entering the home through the porch you are welcomed into the hallway which has doors leading off to the kitchen, living room and walk in pantry/utility. The kitchen which overlooks the front of the property has a range of base and wall mounted units. There is plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and connection for an electric cooker. From the kitchen doors lead off to the W.C. and shower room.
The living room sits in the heart of the property and has a feature fireplace with electric fire and space for a dining table with window overlooking the garden. There is a door leading off the living room to a practical internal workshop.
To the rear of the home the two good size bedrooms boast lovely views over the gardens.


The garden and grounds measure approximately 1/4 of an acre and consist of driveway with parking for several vehicles, some outbuildings with power, two patio areas and a large expanse of lawn with trees, beds, borders and hedgerow boundary. There are beautiful views over the surrounding countryside from the garden.


Kempley village, located in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, lies 12 miles northwest of Gloucester and is 5 and 8 miles respectively from the market towns of Newent and Ledbury. A popular location due to its rural situation and good travel links, Kempley lends itself to those looking to enjoy the 'good life' within a peaceful community.

Tenure, Services and Local Authority

Mains water, electric and drainage and oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council


From our Newent office proceed along to the top of the High Street turning left and then the next right onto Horsefair Lane signposted to Oxenhall and Kempley. Proceed along here for approximately 4 miles into the village of Kempley before taking the left at St Mary's Church. Follow this road down the hill and the property can be found in front of you.