Upon arriving at the home, you are welcomed into a practical, glazed entrance porch. A door leads you into the home where you will find two good sized reception rooms and stairs to the first floor. The characterful, sitting room to the left has a window overlooking the front of the property and an exposed brick fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, creating a lovely focal point to the room. The second reception room to the right of the hall could serve a variety of purposes to include a private dining room, playroom or additional sitting room. The room boasts a beautiful, exposed stone wall, feature brick fireplace and solid wood floor.
To the rear of the home, you will find a spacious kitchen diner. This lovely, sociable space is well appointed with a range of solid wood base and wall mounted units and worktops. The modern units sit beautifully next to the exposed stone wall and tiled floor. The kitchen has been designed to house a variety of appliances including a large range style oven with extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher, ceramic sink with mixer taps and space for a large fridge freezer. The room is flooded with natural light from the window above the sink and French doors leading out to the rear garden. From the kitchen an inner hall leads to a practical utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin and a door leading out to the side of the home.
To the first floor are four charming bedrooms offering views over the gardens. The master bedroom benefits from a built-in storage cupboard. The family bathroom comprises a double shower enclosure, bath, wash hand basin and WC.
The property is situated at the end of a track and has convenient access to a woodland footpath. A gate to the side of the property leads you round to the rear garden. Within the garden is a pleasant patio area off the kitchen, ideal for alfresco dining. From the patio, steps lead up to the main lawn area which is bordered with mature trees and borders and measures approximately 90ft in length.
In addition to the garden is a good-sized parcel of land which sits opposite the property (please note the land is not immediately adjoined to the property).
The land has a separate access and includes a large parking/hardstanding area with sheds and an expanse of lawn with raised vegetable beds. The area offers vast potential for a variety of pursuits and a chance to enjoy the ‘good life’!
Cliffords Mesne is a village in Gloucestershire, approximately 2 miles south-west of Newent. Home to the Yew Tree Inn public house and the village is also known for its close proximity to May Hill, owned by the National Trust, and to the International Centre for Birds of Prey. The Village Hall was fully refurbished in 2013 and holds regular social and music events.
Mains electric and water, private drainage and oil fired central heating
Forest Of Dean District Council
From Newent office proceed along the High Street turning left into Watery Lane. Continue along here until you come into the village of Cliffords Mesne. On reaching a fork in the road, bear right continuing along Chapel Pitch and after a short distance turn left onto track and follow on to the end of the track where the property can be located on the right hand side.