Upon entering the property through the part glazed front door, you are welcomed into the entrance hall. Stairs lead up to the first floor and doors lead off to the ground floor accommodation. To the left of the entrance hall are two well-proportioned reception rooms with attractive feature picture rails. The first reception room to the front of the home has a feature bay window overlooking the front of the property and laminate wood effect flooring. The second reception room boasts a feature fireplace with gas inset fire and stone surround and a large window overlooking the rear garden.
The kitchen can be found at the rear of the home and is flooded with natural light through the two windows overlooking the garden. There are a range of wall and base mounted cupboards with laminate worktops, incorporating space for kitchen appliances. From the kitchen, a glazed door leads you through to a timber-built sun room which offers views over the garden and two doors leading outside.
To the first floor are three bedrooms and a family shower room. The master bedroom is found at the rear of the home and benefits from several built-in cupboards with louvre doors and a dressing table. The master bedroom and bedroom three both enjoy lovely views over the surrounding landscape and towards local landmark windmill. To the front of the home is the second bedroom which has built in storage cupboards to the alcoves. The wet room is part tiled and incorporates a shower, vanity wash hand basin and WC. A frosted window overlooks the front of the home.
The property would benefit from some modernisation throughout and offers fantastic potential to extend or alter the internal layout; subject to the relevant planning permissions.
The property enjoys a right of way over the farm track drive and there is plenty of space to create an ample parking area within the boundary of the cottage. The rear garden is a delight with a large expanse of lawn, hedgerow borders and is a blank canvas for keen gardeners. The home is positioned in a private and peaceful location.
May Hill is a familiar landmark seen for many miles around, with its near circular distinctive stand of pine trees, and at its summit the highest point of West Gloucestershire and on a clear day you can see up to 12 other counties, the hill was enclosed by an act of parliament in 1873 and passed into the care of the National Trust in 1935. Also, home to the popular Glass House Inn a charming red brick public house on the slopes of May Hill, the village also has a local village hall.
Mains water and electric. Oil fired central heating and private drainage (septic tank)
Forest Of Dean District Council
Leave Newent via Culver Street (B4216) sign posted Huntley continue for approximately 2 miles, turning right into Judges Lane signposted Glass House. Proceed and at the 'T' junction turn left past the Glass House Inn, continue up the hill turning left at the war memorial towards Ganders Green the property will be found on the left hand side after the Village Hall.