The beautifully presented family home has been lovingly restored throughout and offers versatile living space. As you enter the the house via entrance hall the solid oak flooring and curved stone walls are features that stand out. The cosy snug is off the entrance hall as are the stairs to first floor. The hallway leads into the kitchen/diner with multi fuel burning stove and double doors out to the garden. The kitchen also opens up into the living room.
The large utility room is located off the kitchen also has a shower room and offers the scope to change into an annex facility (subject to permissions). On the first floor, the master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room and there are two more double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom, ideal for a growing family.
Double wooden gates from the front lead to the drive which offers ample parking for several vehicles, which in turn leads to the detached garage. the Garage has power and lighting and measures 5.05m x 3.43m (16'7 x 11'3)
The rear garden has attractive forest stone walls which line the paved patio which is ideal for alfresco dining. Steps lead up to the rest of the mature garden being mostly laid to lawn with various trees and shrubs, leading around to the side of the utility where there is a very useful enclosed area of the garden. Views can be enjoyed from the garden with the backdrop of the trees and surrounding countryside and views towards May Hill.
Longhope, a small rural village on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean holds a lively community for all walks of life. Benefiting from a community post office, village stores, primary and secondary schooling within the local towns of Mitcheldean and Newent the village leads itself to family life.
Oil fired central heating, mains water, electricity and drainage.
Forest of Dean District Council
Tax Band E - £2,403.30 2022/23
Leave Newent via Culver Street (B4216) proceed to Huntley. At the junction with the A40 turn right towards Ross-on-Wye and bare left sign posted Longhope continue along the (A4136), passing through Little London. Turn right at the junction Old Monmouth Road and bear around to the left and onto Latchen. Follow this road and the property will be found on the right hand side after a short distance.