This rarely available and charming cottage offers vast potential for a country lifestyle as well the opportunity to put your own stamp on it. Formerly two cottages, the home offers two large reception rooms to the front aspect one with a feature fire place with inset multi fuel burning stove and original bread oven. There is a door to front entrance porch and windows to both front and side of both rooms enjoying an outlook over the gardens and towards the surrounding farmland. The rear of the cottage consists of a more recent extension with kitchen/breakfast room, utility room with shower, WC and hand basin and a versatile ground floor bedroom which could be utilised as study. The views to the rear of the cottage are far reaching and towards the Malvern Hills in the distance. On the first floor are three bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC. There is a pleasant view from every window upstairs either over the open farmland, over the gardens or towards the Malverns.
The cottage is accessed via double gates onto a large parking and turning area leading to the garage/outbuildings (5.99m x 5.79m 19'8 x 19' ) with 2 up and over doors and power/lighting. In addition there is also a single garage with power and large wood store. The gardens extend to half an acre and are laid predominantly to lawn with vegetable produce area, pergolas, large number of small, mature and semi mature trees including a selection of fruit trees, flower beds and borders. The garden is fully enclosed with a mix of hedging and fencing. There is also an original working well at the front with fresh water supply as a feature. From the gardens and indeed the property, there are fantastic views over open fields and far reaching views towards the Malvern Hills to the rear.
The rural villages of Staunton and Corse are situated on the Gloucestershire border providing good travel links to both Gloucester, Newent, Tewkesbury and the M50. Benefiting from a village store, public house, good bus service, surgery and 'Outstanding Ofsted' rated Staunton & Corse C of E primary school.
Mains electricity, water and drainage alongside solid fuel central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band "F"
Proceed out of Newent along the B4215 for a short distance until you see a turning right along the Tewkesbury Road signposted Staunton. Proceed along this road for 5-6 miles until reaching a junction with the A417 turning left here towards Staunton into the centre of the village, follow this road along to the mini roundabout going straight over this towards Malvern. Take the next right onto Pillows Green road and follow the lane for approx 1/2 a mile and the property can be found set back on the left hand side.