Price £600,000 - Available


  • Beautiful, modern, contemporary family home, constructed in 2018
  • Exceptional internal finish offering a high specification throughout
  • Living room with dual aspect bi folding doors and log burning fireplace inset to chimney breast
  • Two double bedrooms to the ground floor, one with en suite bathroom
  • Gardens encompass the property and offering lawns and paved terrace
  • Offering an exceptional view across open farmland to the rear elevation
  • Zonal under floor heating throughout the ground floor rooms
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room. Dining room with bi folding doors. Fully integrated kitchen
  • Two further double bedrooms to the upstairs. Floor completed by four piece family bathroom
  • Driveway parking leading to integral double garage with electric roller door

Welcome to Woodland View, a stunning four double bedroom family home, constructed and completed in 2018, finished to an exceptionally high specification and offering a sensational open view across Gloucestershire countryside.

The village of Huntley is located on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean and is found within seven miles of the City of Gloucester. The village itself has a population of just over 1000 residents, made up from a mix of all ages. The village itself is positioned just off the A40 and so for those needing to commute, this is easy to do. For those that do not drive and require the services of public transport there is an excellent bus service with buses going to both Gloucester and Ross on Wye.

For those who lead an active life, there are many country pursuits to include horse riding, country walks and cycling whilst the village also has its own cricket ground, found along Grange Court Lane. Huntley also benefits from a village primary school, church, community hall, butchers and village pub, The Red Lion whilst within a short drive there are a number of further restaurants to choose from. Furthermore, in the neighbouring village is a garden centre, village shop and garage.

The property which was built by Tovey Construction offers accommodation arranged over two floors with the finish being of a high standard, with a lot of the finishing touches being handpicked by the current owners.

Stepping through the front door leads you into the entrance hall which measure nearly 8.00m in length and is a room that is further accentuated by the double height ceiling, protruding oak staircase and wood floor.

Walking into the living room is simply a delight. Flooded full of light due to the double wall of bi folding glass doors, one does not know which view to look at first. To your left, the eye is drawn to the landscaped gardens, straight on and the view is far reaching across open countryside whilst to your right, the accommodation continues into the dining area and wonderfully appointed fitted kitchen.

The living room is finished with white walls, ornate lighting and carpet whilst the room is broken up by the central chimney breast which inside sits the log burning stove. Moving from the living room and stepping into the second reception space, the light found in the living room continues as a further set of bi folding doors allows a continuation of the view whilst again flooding the room of natural light.

The kitchen, which is to the head of the building is clean lined, modern and fresh and offers an array of integral appliances to include a induction hob, electric oven and extractor fan plus a full-size dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Just off the kitchen is a separate utility room with space and plumbing for the washing machine.

Stepping back into the hallway and moving to the other side of the home brings you to the first two bedrooms, both of which are double rooms, with the larger bedroom enjoying the comfort of an en suite bathroom. Like the rest of the property, this room is beautifully finished and is a welcome addition to the bedroom.

Completing the ground floor accommodation is the large cloakroom whilst other things to note of this floor is that each room enjoys underfloor heating which is independently controlled.

Moving upstairs, the high specification of the floor below continues. There are two further double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The main bedroom enjoys double aspect windows with one wall of the room being dominated by the central triangular window. Furthermore, and to bring in even more natural light, the room has two Velux windows, which is mirrored in the final bedroom.

The family bathroom is a four piece suite, offering a freestanding bath, separate corner shower and for further comfort and ease, his and hers sink units.
Moving outside, double gates lead from the front approach to the central driveway which allows parking for several vehicles. The driveway leads to the integral garage which benefits from light, power and electric roller door.

The gardens have been landscaped by the owners using the service of the neighbouring garden centre. With lawns encompassing the property, there are also well stocked flower beds and a number of shrubs which are still in their infancy yet in time will grow and provide screening to the garden. The garden is enclosed by panel fencing yet is of a height which does not interrupt the unspoilt view the home affords.

In summary, Woodland View is simply a delight, beautifully appointed and a credit to both the builder and the homeowners expert interior eye which has helped finish and create this wonderful family home.


Directions
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav: GL19 3EP. Upon entering the road, the property can be found on the right hand side of the road.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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