Main Road, Huntley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3EA | New homes for sale | Savills
155.98 sq m
Guide price £575,000(34,147,767 EGP)

Main RoadHuntley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3EA

    Key features

    • An attractive detached barn occupying a private position on the outskirts of Huntley
    • Stylish accommodation set over two floors equating to 1,679 sq. ft of accommodation
    • A well-appointed kitchen with an array of integrated appliances
    • Low maintenance garden together with spacious parking facilities
    • A striking principal bedroom affording far-reaching rural views
    • Offered to the market without an onward chain

    A highly attractive new-build barn located in a private position on the outskirts of Huntley.

    About this property

    • One of two new-build barns, Primrose Lodge is a delightful 3-bedroom property affording 1,679 sq. ft of well-appointed living space.

      The accommodation is well-proportioned, with light and airy rooms. The kitchen /dining room is fitted with a comprehensive range of units, integrated appliances, double oven and an induction hob. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect with doors opening to the garden and terrace and enjoys pleasant views to the side aspect. In addition there is a fitted utility room and an attractive shower room.

      The first floor consists of three good size-bedrooms, not least the spacious principal bedroom which is served by a well-appointed en suite. Bedroom two and three enjoy the use of the family bathroom and have pleasant rural views to the front aspect.

      The low-maintenance garden is laid to lawn with areas of terrace. Bounded by fencing and a mellow brick dwarf wall.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A fantastic new-build barn, it has such a welcoming feel. The attention to detail is hugely impressive, a lovely home!

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Primrose Lodge is in a private location off a single lane in the village of Huntley. Amenities include a traditional butchers, Public House, garden centre and petrol station.
    • The Wye Valley, Cheltenham Spa and the cathedral cities of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester are within a modest commute. The village is situated approximately two and a half miles from the market town of Newent which offers an excellent range of facilities for everyday living including two small supermarkets, a bakery, delicatessen and two butchers. There are also Churches, health, sports and community centres and a library.
    • Primary and secondary schools in Newent have a good reputation. In Gloucester, Cheltenham and Malvern there are well-regarded private schools. Sporting and leisure facilities within the area include a choice of golf clubs, various forms of shooting and fishing, the dry ski slope at Gloucester and rugby at Kingsholm.
    • There is access to the M50 at Junctions 2 & 3 for connection to the M5 linking up to the Midlands and Wales and, in the other direction the M5 going to Bristol (approximately forty five minutes) and the West Country via the national motorway network. There is a train link from Gloucester to London Paddington taking approx. two hours.

    Additional information

    • Services connected: Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, air source heat pump for central heating, underfloor heating, solar panels.
    • Local Authority: Forest Of Dean District Council.
    • EPC Rating: A
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC