The property is entered via a UPVC door with storm canopy over into a spacious hallway with wooden flooring, staircase to first floor, understairs storage cupboard and access through to the living room, kitchen, dining room and cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The living room boasts a generous size and benefits from electric fireplace and dual aspect views over the surrounding garden, before wrapping around into a smaller reception room which offers a versatile space perfect for home office, snug or such like. The dining room equally a good size, enjoys views over the rear garden with patio doors to outside.
The kitchen provides ample storage in a range of floor and eye level units with integrated appliances to include dishwasher, electric oven and four ring electric hob. Further storage is located in the pantry which also houses the boiler and provides plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen also benefits from dual aspect windows looking onto both side and rear garden.
Located on the first floor is the master bedroom with a wash hand basin and windows to rear and side. Both the second and third bedroom benefit from views over the rear garden whilst the third bedroom also benefits from a built in wardrobe. The fourth bedroom is found at the end of the hallway and has dual aspect to the front and side of the property. Completing the home is a family bathroom with shower cubicle and bath with a separate W.C.
With two up an over doors the garage offers ample storage alongside and power and lighting.
The property is approached via two five bar wooden gates onto a private driveway and turning area, providing parking for several vehicles and leads to twin a garage. The property is encircled by beautiful mature trees, shrubs and flowers within a plot size of approximately one acre. The plot is very much a blank canvas lending immense opportunity to develop and nurture a more formal garden setting, larger patio, productive area and opportunity to introduce small livestock. Greenhouse.
Staunton & Corse. The rural villages of Staunton and Corse are situated on the Gloucestershire border providing good travel links to both Gloucester, Newent, Tewkesbury and the M50. Benefiting from a public house, bakery and garden centre, surgery, good bus service, and 'Ofsted' rated Staunton & Corse C of E primary school.
Mains water and electric. Oil fired central heating
Forest of Dean District Council - Tax Band F - £2,810.17 (2022/23)