Stairs to first floor, doors to both living room and dining room
Feature fire place with stone surround and inset wood buring stove. Windows to front and side aspect. Door to conservatory and door to kitchen
Door to outside
Single drainer sink unit, range of base and wall mounted units with worktops over, space for a range style cooker, built in pantry cupboard and doors off. Rear aspect window.
Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble drier, rear aspect window, door to WC and door to garden
Wood burning stove, front and rear aspect windows, double doors currently to garden and foundations for extension
Built in storage, front and side aspect windows and door through to;
Shower enclosure with electric shower unit, WC and wash hand basin, window to front aspect.
Windows to front and rear aspect, door to;
Shower enclosure with electric shower over, WC and hand basin
Side aspect window
Side aspect window
White suite comprising bath, WC and hand basin, window to rear.
The property benefits from ample off road parking. To the one side is a driveway with two parking spaces which leads to detached single garage. On the other side is open access to gravelled parking and turning area which has space for at least 5 vehicles and leads to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedgerow border. To the top of the garden is further expanse of lawn, a raised patio and summer house. The garden enjoys lovely rural views. In total the plot measure in excess of 1/3 of an acre.
May Hill is a familiar landmark seen for many miles around, with its near circular distinctive stand of pine trees, and at its summit the highest point of West Gloucestershire and on a clear day you can see up to 12 other counties, the hill was enclosed by an act of parliament in 1873 and passed into the care of the National Trust in 1935. Also, home to the popular Glass House Inn a charming red brick public house on the slopes of May Hill, the village also has a local village hall.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage and oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band E (£2403.30 2022/23)
Please note planning permission was granted in 2008 to extend the dining room and create a porch. Foundations were built and so planning remains valid. P0216/08/FUL