Stepping into this country home you are greeted by a generously sized hallway which offers cupboard space for coats, shoes and such like. Leading through, the hallway grants access to the living room, dining room and shower room with WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle alongside plumbing for washing machine. The living room is a great size and enjoys a wood burning stove. This room further benefits from ample natural light from both the sash window over looking the garden and French doors onto the patio. The dining room has a window to the front aspect of the home and connects to the kitchen. Deceptively spacious, the kitchen is a practical shape and provides ample storage in a range of floor and eye level pine cupboards with integrated appliances to include fridge freezer, dishwasher and five ring Belling electric hob and double oven. Leading through and completing the ground floor is an additional reception room. Currently utilised as a home office this versatile space was originally part of the neighbouring barn and boasts exposed beams and a skylight. From here is a door leading to a rear lobby and additional entrance.
Taking the stairs, the first floor benefits from a family bathroom and three double bedrooms all offering enviable views across the undisturbed countryside. The family bathroom has a white suite with WC, wash hand basin and bath. Finally, the master bedroom is located on the top floor and offers natural light via the skylight with storage located in both sides of the eaves. Accompanying this room is the ensuite shower room with WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle.
Sitting comfortably in a plot measuring approximately a third of an acre the grounds consist of a large expanse of lawn to the side of the home with some young trees and a walled boundary to the front. There is a vegetable produce area with raised beds, greenhouse and fruit trees. To the rear of the house is a pleasant courtyard with paved patio and a pretty stone wall boundary. There is a driveway with parking for three vehicles with in turn leads to a detached garage which houses the wood pellet heating system and offers ample storage, and shed.
Cliffords Mesne is a village in Gloucestershire, approximately 2 miles south-west of Newent. The village is also known for its close proximity to May Hill, owned by the National Trust, and the temporarily closed Yew Tree pub. The Village Hall was fully refurbished in 2013 and holds regular social and music events.
Mains electric and water, private drainage.
Wood pellet boiler central heating
Solar thermal panels
Forest Of Dean District Council- Tax band E - £2,656.93 23/24