Believed to be date back to circa 1693 this charming cottage opens via the front door into the original part of the home. Stepping into the entrance hall the property offers a wealth of character features to include exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace. The entrance hall allows space for coats and shoes whilst granting access to the spiral stairs and living room. The living room, equally a generous size, acts as the heart of the home boasting a fireplace with feature bread oven making it a cosy space for the winter months. Continuing through, the dining room is a sociable area before leading into the kitchen. Built in the 1982, the kitchen forms part of an extension, in keeping with the rest of the property this room has exposed beams and views over the rear garden. With plenty of work space on offer this room is not short on storage with a range of floor and eye level units alongside integrated double oven and four ring gas hob. Further space can be found in the pantry and the utility room. Further downstairs rooms on offer include the snug with French doors to the garden, office area and shower room with shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
On the first floor, the property offers three spacious bedrooms with the largest having built in wardrobes and views over the neighbouring fields. Completing the home is the recently installed family bathroom with a tiled surround and white suite to include WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over.
To the front of the property is a generously sized driveway. Allowing parking for multiple vehicles the driveway stretches around the side of the property granting access to both garage and rear garden. The back garden is a great size stretching approximately 140 ft in length and combines both landscaped and natural areas. The start of the garden offers a patio area perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining in the summer months. As you make your way through the garden you will find a variety on mature shrubs, bushes and wild garden area. Finally, tucked away at the end is a perfect seating area with enviable views over the neighbouring fields, an ideal spot to relax.
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.
Gas LPG central heating, mains electricity and water, septic tank.
Tewkesbury Borough Council - Tax Band D - £1922.77 2022/23
From Newent take the B4215 towards Gloucester. Follow this road for approximately seven miles before reaching Rodway Golf Club on your right. Immediately after take the next right turning onto Two Mile Lane. At the end of the lane turn right and the property is the second house on your right.