Upon entering the home the generous hallway has cloaks cupboard and WC on the right hand side and doors off to the living room and kitchen. There are also stairs to the first floor with storage under. The large living room is a great family space and boasts feature fireplace with inset gas fire, window to the front aspect and sliding doors which lead into the dining/sitting room which was an inspired addition to the home and has created versatile family accommodation with double doors to garden and also has air conditioning unit for the summer months. From here is access into the storage/utility area that was formerly part of the garage. This is also a flexible space and could become office or home gym and has door to side. The garage is split into this space and then handy storage in the front half which can be accessed via up and over door. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of base and wall units, tiled flooring and space for appliances and has door to rear garden. To the first floor are three double bedrooms all with built in storage and a well appointed shower room.
To the front of the property is a garden laid to lawn and block paved driveway with parking for one vehicle which leads to garage with up and over door. The garage has been split internally to create storage at front with utility area at rear and could be converted back if required. The paved path continues around and leads to the side via gate to the rear garden which is enclosed by fencing and boasts patio area off the kitchen, central lawn and mature borders. At the end of the cul-de-sac is a village green amenity space.
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.
Tenure - Freehold
All mains services are connected. New boiler installed 2021
Tewkesbury Borough Council Tax band D (to be confirmed) £1922.77 for 2022/23
Property is fully alarmed
From the Naylor Powell office in Newent proceed along the B4215 towards Gloucester. On reaching Highnam turn left into Lassington Lane, follow the road around to the right onto Maidenhall. continue along this road onto Oakridge and the left onto Pipers Grove and then Right. Follow this round where the property can be found on the left hand side.