An extremely exciting opportunity to own a beautifully and extensively restored Grade II listed farmhouse with further development opportunity sitting in approximately 3.7 acres (tbv) and benefitting from an annexe along with several other outbuildings Accommodation
The Main Farmhouse Dating back to the 1600s the farm house is a commanding and quality Grade II listed property exuding a wealth of character and charm and offering the next custodian a piece of history to enjoy whilst having the modern comforts this home has to offer. This property is reminiscent of its era with an abundance of original features, such as beautiful flagstone flooring, inglenook fireplaces and unique stone staircases. Large Barn – A fabulous size barn of stone construction with apex beams and two cellar rooms. This would make a stunning dwelling subject to the necessary consents. Annexe (formerly the apple store) – accessed via stone steps from the courtyard offering a one bedroom property on two levels with open plan living with fitted kitchen and bedroom with separate bathroom Under Croft – located under the annexe Piggery – set to the side of the property of red brick construction with hard standing to the front The Old Bakery – With two rooms to the ground floor and wooden steps leading to the top floor with apex ceiling, this would make an ideal work shop or work from home or holiday potential subject to the necessary consents Log Store – stone building with timber doors and further open log store to side Exterior
The property has a courtyard area to the front and is flanked at the rear by open fields. The land stretches to both sides of the property and is approximately Location
Brook Farm nestles on the fringes of the thriving and bustling village of Longhope which boasts, primary school, village stores with post office, bakery, village hall and green, church, public houses and livery yards. The property offers perfect village living whist being in easy commuting distance of large market towns and nearby cities with a number of well-respected private, grammar and comprehensive schools are also within easy reach. Set near the picturesque Royal Forest of Dean, one of the few remaining ancient forests in England, covering twenty seven thousand acres of countryside. Award winning picnic sites, family cycle routes and guided walks, as well as a huge selection of high adrenalin activities are all just minutes away. Approximate Distances: Ross-on-Wye 7.5 miles Huntley 2.9 miles Gloucester 10.5 miles Cheltenham 17.8 miles M50 8 miles M5 13 miles Bristol 45 miles Practicalities
Works done. Directions
From Ross-on-Wye proceed onto the A40 sign posted Gloucester. Continue along this road passing the villages of Weston-under-Penyard and Lea. On reaching the hamlet of Boxbush, go past The Farmers Boy Inn on the left hand side and on reaching the sharp left hand bend turn right signposted Longhope. Continue along the village road and at the t-junction turn right and continue along the lane to the main road and then turn right signposted Mitcheldean, pass the Yew tree pub on the right hand side and continue along the road where the property will be found a short distance after on the right hand side, opposite a residential lay-by.
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