May Hill, Longhope

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Occupying a SECLUDED AND QUIET POSITION in a RURAL VILLAGE is this CHARMING THREE DOUBLE BEDROOM DETACHED COTTAGE dating back to 1820 having GARDENS AND GROUNDS APPROACHING QUARTER OF AN ACRE offering ACCESS TO OPEN COUNTRYSIDE WALKS.

ENTRANCE PORCH

2.72m x 1.14m (8'11 x 3'09)

Via original timber door, radiator, power points, telephone point, front aspect double glazed timber windows, door to lounge. Thumb latch door to:

DINING ROOM

4.83m x 4.60m (15'10 x 15'01)

Radiator, power points, exposed beams and stonework, wool fitted carpet, oak staircase to the first floor, front and rear aspect double glazed timber windows. Door to:

KITCHEN

5.00m x 3.02m (16'05 x 9'11)

Bespoke hand painted base and drawer units, oak flooring, oak worktops, Eastwood oil fired range cooker supplying central heating and domestic hot water, double butlers sink with oak draining board, oak island with Smeg double halogen hob, power points, appliance point, plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, side aspect timber window. Opening through to:

UTILITY ROOM

1.85m x 1.70m (6'01 x 5'07)

Bespoke hand painted base units, Belfast sink with taps over, plumbing for washing machine, power points, front aspect Victorian stained glass timber window. Door to:

SHOWER ROOM

Tiled flooring and walls, wall mounted shower, w.c., heated towel rail, side aspect Victorian single glazed timber window.

FROM THE KITCHEN, DOOR TO:

GARDEN ROOM

3.28m x 1.68m (10'09 x 5'06)

Timber and double glazed construction, hand made terracotta tiled flooring, power points, double doors to the terrace.

FROM THE DINING ROOM, THUMB LATCH DOOR TO:

LOUNGE

4.62m x 3.84m (15'02 x 12'07)

Feature fireplace with brick surround, tiled hearth, space for wood burner, original flagstone floor, radiators, power points, exposed beams, brickwork and stonework, front aspect double glazed timber window.

FROM THE DINING ROOM, OAK STAIRCASE LEADS TO THE FIRST FLOOR:

LANDING

Radiator, power point, door to airing cupboard, door to storage cupboard, original floor boards, two Velux Heritage roof lights. Door to:

BEDROOM 1

4.62m x 3.78m (15'02 x 12'05)

Original floorboards, power points, front aspect double glazed wooden window, side aspect stained glass picture timber window with a lovely view.

BEDROOM 2

3.96m x 3.51m (13'00 x 11'06)

Original floorboards, radiator, power points, access to loft space, front aspect double glazed timber window.

BEDROOM 3

3.89m x 2.39m (12'09 x 7'10)

Oak flooring, radiator, power points, phone point, two velux Heritage roof lights, side aspect double glazed timber window.

BATHROOM

Panelled bath, low level w.c., wall mounted wash hand basin, heated towel rail, radiator, Heritage Velux roof light, side aspect double glazed timber window.

OUTSIDE

The property is accessed by a sweeping driveway which provides OFF ROAD PARKING and has a pathway leading to the front. There are south facing terraced gardens with a raised patio seating area.

Steps and pathway lead to the rear of the property which has a pedestrian gate to a footpath and open countryside. To the front of the property there are mature flower borders, shrubs and trees including fruit trees, wooden shed, seating area, lawned area, enclosed by hedging and fencing.

There is also a separate access from the lane to an OPEN FRONTED OAK FRAME BARN with Western Red Cedar panels and Chestnut shingle roof, ideal for storage.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage (behind shed). Oil central heating.

WATER RATES

To be advised.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Council Tax Band: D

Forest of Dean District Council, Council Offices, High Street, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8HG.

TENURE

Freehold.

VIEWING

Strictly through the Owners Selling Agent, Steve Gooch, who will be delighted to escort interested applicants to view if required. Office Opening Hours 8.30am - 7.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.30pm Saturday.

DIRECTIONS

From Newent office proceed along the B4215 (Culver Street) towards Huntley for 2-3 miles until you see a tunring right signposted May Hill along Judges Lane. Turn right here, proceed to the end and turn left, continue past the Glasshouse pub, up the hill, passing the Church and telephone box on the left, after a quarter of a mile take the sharp right hand turn into Folly Lane. Proceed along passing a small turning on the left and the property is the second driveway on the right.

From Gloucester proceed along the A40 towards Ross-on-Wye, continue through Huntley and at the brow of the hill turn right signposted May Hill and Cliffords Mesne. Proceed along here for approximately 300 metres taking the left fork into Folly Lane, proceed along passing a small turning on the left and the property is the second driveway on the right.

PROPERTY SURVEYS

Qualified Chartered Surveyors (with over 20 years experience) available to undertake surveys (to include Mortgage Surveys/RICS Housebuyers Reports/Full Structural Surveys).

AWAITING VENDOR APPROVAL

These details are yet to be approved by the vendor. Please contact the office for verified details.

Arrange viewing 01531 248077

Steve Gooch - Newent Sales

4 High Street, Newent, GL18 1AN

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