Offering a variety of rooms is this five bedroom, extended bungalow benefitting from flexible living throughout. Upon entering the property you are greeted by a generously sized hallway which in turn grants access to two double bedrooms, spacious living room with feature fire place, dining room and bathroom with bath, WC and wash hand basin. The dining room forms part of the extension and boasts ample natural light from both windows and French doors opening onto to the front garden. Accessed via the stairs, a third double bedroom and en suite is located above the dining room.
Also accessed from the hallway, the kitchen/breakfast room acts as the heart of the home located at the centre of the property. Deceptively spacious, the kitchen offers ample storage in a range of Shaker style floor and eye level units with Belfast sink and solid fuel Rayburn alongside integrated appliances to include dishwasher, electric oven, four ring electric hob and fridge. The largest of the five bedrooms can be found located off the kitchen and benefits from en suite shower room.
With the option of an integral annexe or multigenerational living, the final part of the home consists of utility/kitchenette, additional lounge with French doors and double bedroom with en suite.
Measuring just under half an acre, the property sits in an enviable position and benefits from a wrap around garden with hedgerow on boundary. A driveway provides parking for multiple vehicles as well as a detached double garage with electric roller shutter door. The front garden offers an array of shrubbery with lawn and pond. Accessed through the side gate, the rear garden is sectioned into two parts. The first part offers a lawn and patioed area making it the perfect space for entertaining or alfresco dining whilst the second part is a great versatile space for the keen gardener and benefits from greenhouse, vegetable patch, further lawn area and out-buildings. The garden boasts a variety of trees to include walnut, hazel, fruit, fig and many more.
Huntley is a village located 7 miles west of Gloucester on the A40 in the north of the Forest of Dean. With a CE primary school providing education from 4 to 11 years, church, garden centre and traditional butchers, plus a filling station.
A football and cricket club, the cricket club, founded in 1874, has its own ground to the south of the main road and runs an annual Beer Festival in the summer.
Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band F - £2,851.84
Broadband Speed - Superfast Av 49 mbps
Leave Newent via Culver Street (B4216) towards Huntley. On reaching the A40 turn left towards Gloucester, continue over the traffic lights and past the Texaco garage. A short distance further and the home will be located on your left.