An extensively refurbished, beautifully presented 3 bedroom detached bungalow set in 1/4 acre of professionally landscaped gardens (National Garden Scheme Participant). Situated in the well served, historic Gloucestershire village of Longhope with lovely views over surrounding countryside.
* Reception Hall * Fitted Kitchen * Dining area * Sitting Room * Luxury Bathroom * Three Bedrooms * Garage * Greenhouse * Potting Shed * Oil Fired Central Heating * Replacement Coated Aluminium Double Glazing * Spectacular Gardens * Garage
The property is, we believe, a 'Colt' timber framed building. Colt are a highly reputable constructor of high standard timber frame buildings and are still in existence today (colthouses.co.uk). This particular property has been greatly improved and refurbished under the close supervision of the present owner, with a contemporary theme but retaining character and a feeling of warmth and comfort. The present owner has also professionally, redesigned and landscaped the whole of the gardens which will be greatly appreciated by any of the gardeners amongst you, having been opened to the public through the National Garden Scheme. The property is situated within the village of Longhope within walking distance of a village shop, post office, infant and junior school and church. The village lies approximately 7 miles South East of Ross on Wye with the centres of Gloucester and Cheltenham being approximately 12 miles and 18 miles away respectively.
Covered Entrance with hardwood front entrance door and glazed side panel leads to:
With radiator, laminate flooring and glazed door to:
Fabulous Open Plan/Living/Kitchen/Dining Space:
Kitchen Area: 15'8" x 7'9" (4.78m x 2.36m):
Exceptionally well fitted and beautifully presented with a good range of high gloss cream base units with hard wood block wood surfaces over. Fully tiled surround. Built in appliances to include concealed fridge/freezer, stainless steel oven and grill with ceramic hob over. Stainless steel extractor hood with in-built lighting. Stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Halogen ceiling spotlights. Boiler cupboard housing oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating.
Dining Area: 12' x 9'9" (3.66m x 2.97m)
With laminate flooring, double glazed window to front aspect with lovely views towards May Hill and surrounding countryside. Cream high gloss base and drawer unit and hardwood work top adjacent to the Kitchen. Open plan through to;
Lounge Area: 15'8" x 11'10" (4.78m x 3.61m)
With double glazed window to side with views over garden. Single glazed door out to rear sun terrace. Radiator, power points. Fire place with inset wood burning stove and marble hearth. Halogen wall lights.
From Reception Hall:
Glazed door to:
With laminate flooring, door to:
Bedroom 1: 11'8" x 11'8" (3.56m x 3.56m)
A good sized double room with double glazed window to front aspect with views over surrounding countryside. Radiator and power points. Dimmer switch. Recessed wardrobe.
Bedroom 2: 11'8" x 11'8" (3.56m x 3.56m)
Again, a good sized double room with recessed wardrobes. Double glazed window to side aspect. Radiator and power points.
Bedroom 3: 11'8" x 7'9" (3.56m x 2.36m)
With double wardrobe with hanging and storage space, radiator, power points and double glazed window to rear aspect.
A large beautifully styled bathroom, well fitted with contemporary suite comprising 'Carronite' double end bath with amazon shower head over and circular shower rail. Low level W.C, 'Althea' wall hung wash hand basin with storage cabinet beneath. Mono block mixer tap and tiled splash back. Mirror fronted and lit medicine cabinet and further matching fitted storage cupboards. Radiator, tiled flooring, double glazed window to rear aspect and ceiling spotlight cluster.
The gardens have been professionally landscaped and are a particular feature of the property. Double gates leading in to drive way, extending to parking and turning area and leading to Timber Garage: 18' x 9' (5.49m x 2.74m) (external measurement) approx: With power points and lighting. The total plot extends to approximately a quarter of an acre with shallow steps leading from the parking area to re-cycled decking verandah which stretches across the front of the property with lighting, giving access to the front door. The front gardens are laid to extremely well stocked shrub beds. To the left hand side of the property there are level lawns with in built child's play equipment incorporating play house, climbing frame, swing and concealed sand pit. The gardens extend round to pleasant, sunny sitting areas with steps up to further sitting area amidst pretty shrub beds with pleasant views to surrounding countryside. Extending across the rear there are raised, well stocked shrub beds, sitting areas and further recycled decking providing lovely quiet spots for dining and relaxing which lead to further steps of recycled block leading to productive vegetable plots including rhubarb and asparagus and a useful potting shed. Extending to the far side of the property there areas of ornamental hedging, vegetable plots, soft fruit beds and a green house. The beautiful landscaped gardens are designed to provide colour and interest throughout the year combined with areas for vegetable production, recreational areas and a number of areas to sit and relax and enjoy the sun or shade for any part of the day.
From Ross on Wye, proceed on the A40 towards Gloucester. Continue through the villages of Weston under Penyard and Lea. Proceed on past the Farmers Boy public house on the left hand side. Turn right into the village of Longhope, continue along Church Road. Proceed past Chessgrove Lane on the right hand side and then take the next turning right in to The Wend where the entrance to the property can be found on the corner of The Wend and Knapping Lane.
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