Stantway Lane, Wintles Hill, Westbury-On-Severn
£265,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Idyllically located within a rural setting, this surprisingly spacious three bedroom family home offers extensive off road parking, solar panels providing up to £2000 per annum, enviable wrap around kitchen and charming feature fireplace. Viewing is highly advised.

  • No onward chain
  • Enviable rural location
  • Wrap around kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Feature fireplace and wood burning stove
  • Extensive off road parking and generous rear garden
  • Solar panels


Positioned within a rural setting, the surprisingly spacious accommodation is immediately noticeable upon stepping into the well presented entrance hall with generous under stairs storage. Leading through to the living room, a brick feature hearth provides a focal point whilst an additional cast iron wood burning stove completes the room which is flooded with natural light. The spacious accommodation continues through to the wrap around kitchen dining room overlooking the rear garden with patio doors leading out. The contemporary fitted kitchen offers integrated kitchen appliances to include fridge freezer, dishwasher and automatic washing machine, pull out pantry cupboard and feature central breakfast island housing the ceramic sink completes the space creating the heart of the family home.
The first floor offers two spacious double bedrooms alongside an ample single. The family bathroom is well appointed with a white suite offering a shower over bath and heated towel rail.


The property is approached via an extensive driveway offering parking for multiple vehicles, ideal for those requiring space for campervans, horseboxes or such like. Side access leads around to the ample sized garden with patio adjacent to the kitchen double doors before offering generous lawn space, secure summerhouse and raised area ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the summer months.


The rural village of Westbury on Severn offers an idyllic location for those seeking to enjoy a slower pace of life whilst having access to various amenities to include two primary schools, post office, public house, dentist, active parish hall and rugby football ground. With various travel links and public transport, the village sits a short 10 miles from the historic city centre of Gloucester which offers access to larger superstores, shops and eateries, secondary schooling and train station with direct lines to London Paddington.

Local Authority, Service and Tenure

Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band A.
Mains water, drainage, electric and oil fired heating. The property has the benefit of solar panels which provide an estimate income up to £2000 per annum on a fixed tariff for a remaining 17 years, in addition to providing an electrical supply for the house itself.