- Countryside location
- Character property
- Approaching ½ acre
- Double garage
- Ample parking
- EPC E43
Approached via the block paved footpath, the front door with storm canopy leads you into the home. The ground floor is arranged with views over the garden from every room. The entrance hall leads you to the sitting room, stairs to the first floor and cloakroom which has a WC and wash hand basin. The sitting room is flooded with natural light from the window overlooking the rear garden and French doors to the front of the home. The brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove and solid oak mantle provides a traditional and cosy focal point to the room. Continuing back through the hallway to the rear hall which provides a useful storage area and access to the rear garden. From the rear hall is access to a flexible room which would work well as an additional bedroom, study or playroom. A door leads you through to the family room which is full of character with exposed brickwork, ceiling beams and original timber flooring. The family room is a wonderful space to relax and enjoy views over the front of the property. Steps from the family room lead up to the kitchen. The vaulted ceiling with exposed beams is spectacular. The Kitchen offers an extensive range of baseline cupboards and open shelving to create a contemporary feel to this traditional room. There is ample preparation space and room on the original flagstone floor for a large table for the family to gather. Integral appliances include a Range Master stove which sits within a beautiful brick arch, dishwasher and space for an American style fridge freezer. Windows overlook the rear of the home and a stable door leads you to a patio area at the front of the property.
On the first floor are three good sized bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys dual aspect views over the front and rear gardens and benefits from an en-suite shower. Bedroom two enjoys similar dual aspect views while bedroom three overlooks the front of the home and incorporates a built-in wardrobe.
The property is accessed via a five-bar wooden gate which leads onto the gravelled driveway lined with boxus topiary hedges. There is an attractive feature Mill Stone and ample parking for several vehicles. The driveway leads to the front of the property and a detached double garage with power and lighting. This building could have the potential for conversion subject to necessary planning permissions.
The grounds are approximately half an acre in size and are mainly laid to lawn. There are many mature tress and hedges and areas devoted to several different uses to include; a wildlife area, vegetable plots and an enclosed orchard stocked with apple and pear trees. For the nature lovers there is a large pond which attracts a variety of wildlife. There is a brick paved patio for alfresco dining, chicken hut and two timber sheds for additional storage.
Kents Green in Tibberton is located on the outskirts of Newent circa 3 miles,
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains water, mains drainage, septic tank, oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council, Tax Band F £2626.57 - 2020/21
Leave Newent via the B4215 towards Gloucester turning right immediately after TRAC signposted Kents Green. Continue for a short distance and at the S vend the property can be found on the left hand side.