The entrance hall of the home has stairs to first floor and doors off, firstly into the cloakroom and then into the living room which enjoys a feature fireplace with inset gas fire, large windows and double doors out to the rear garden. The well appointed kitchen offers everything the family needs in a versatile space with built in breakfast bar. Double doors lead out to the garden and allow an abundance of natural light into the room. Off the kitchen is the handy utility room with plumbing for washing machine and plenty of useful storage. In addition there is a dining room again, with doors out to the rear garden.
On the first floor are four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is an impressive space with dressing area plus en suite shower room. The landing also has stairs up to an attic room that is a brilliant addition and could be utilised as a home office or occasional bedroom. The attic room measures 6.08m x 2.43m.
The home is approached via a gravelled driveway with ample off road parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to a good sized garage/workshop (7.80m x 2.97m). There is a lawn area and low brick wall to the front of the property.
The rear garden is a real sun trap and southerly facing with large patio area ideal for al fresco dining! The newly fitted pergola offers some shade and is perfectly placed close to the double doors from the kitchen. There is a large expanse of lawn and the garden is fully enclosed by fencing, so ideal for families. There is also rear access into the garage from the garden.
Highnam is a village and civil parish on the outskirts of the city of Gloucester. It is 3 miles northwest of the city on the A40, on its way to Ross, west of Alney Island and Overbridge. The parish includes the villages of Lassington and Over. With an Ofsted rated 'Excellent' C of E primary school, village hall, day nursery providing child care from 3 months to 5 years, a village shop and a doctors surgery.
Highnam also has an eighteen hole golf course and a large business park just outside the main village. Highnam Woods to the west of the village are managed by the RSPB as a nature reserve, and Lassington Woods are to the east of the village.
All mains services are connected to the property. Metered water supply. Please note, since the EPC report was completed Solar Panels, new heating system and cavity wall insulation have been added to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council tax band "E"
Leave Newent via the B4215 towards Gloucester and continue, on reaching Highnam turn left into Lassington Lane. Follow the road around to the right and then turn right into Maidenhall, continue for a short distance where the property will be located on the right.