Entering into this extended family home you are greeted by a generously sized porch offering space for coats, shoes and such like. Leading through, the hallway provides access to both kitchen and living room with the living area being a great size and having views over the rear garden. The kitchen is a great size stretching the depth of the home and offers space for dining table. Ample storage in a range of floor and eye level units accompanied by a range of integrated appliances to include fridge freezer, dishwasher and Rangemaster cooker with double oven and six ring electric hob. Plumbing for washing machine is located in the extension in separate cupboard. Leading into the extension you will find an additional reception room, currently utilised as a snug this room has previously been used as a bedroom, playroom and study. Completing downstairs, the shower room has WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle
Taking the stairs, the first floor comprises of family bathroom and three double bedrooms of which the larger two benefit from views over rear garden. The family bathroom offers WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over.
The landscaped rear garden boasts enviable views towards the neighbouring fields and provides a great space for both entertaining and relaxing with a combination of patio and lawn area. Offering a flexible space, a generously sized outbuilding completes the garden. With water and electric connected, this is currently utilised as a workshop however lends itself for a variety of uses such as hobby room, home gym or playroom. To the front of the home there is a gravelled driveway allowing space for two vehicles.
Longhope is a small village in west Gloucestershire, situated within the Forest of Dean it has been in existence since before the invasion of the Normans in 1066. The place name means long, enclosed valley which describes the aspect of the village. With the local Hope Brook C of E primary school for 4-11 years and Pippins Preschool Nursery from 2 years, an active football club and local post office.
Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property
Oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council Tax Band B - £1,529.38
Broadband Speed - Ultrafast Av 1000 mbps
From Gloucester proceed along the A40 passing through Huntley towards Ross On Wye and as you enter Longhope you come to a sharp sweeping right hand bend. Turn left here onto Church Road, continue along past the Church and you will come to the Rectory Meadow turning on your right. The property is located on your left