A distinctive three/Four bedroomed converted Chapel with Economy 7 storage heaters, wood buring stove and orchard. Transformed by the existing owners, the unlisted property provides family accommodation positioned across two floors. From the covered entrance the main door opens to generous reception hall with parquet flooring, off which doors radiate to the living space. This comprises cloakroom, study/Bedroom 4, sitting room with double aspect outlook and feature fireplace with woodburner inset, and a family kitchen breakfast room fitted with variety of wall and base cabinets The kitchen also provides external access to the garden. From the reception hall a staircase rises to the first floor where three bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle are located.
The property is located in the hamlet of Gossington within the parish of Slimbridge. Situated in an elevated position with views over open countryside, the Forest of Dean & the Cotswolds. Within the village of Slimbridge can be found the primary school (0.7 miles) Parish Church, Village Hall and local Inns. The neighbouring village of Cam offers additional day-to-day facilities including a doctors & dentist surgery’s, whilst Dursley, some 5 miles away, provides more extensive shopping, doctors' surgery, recreational and educational facilities. Communications within the area are good with the proximity of the M5 motorway just 6 miles away providing access to the major towns and cities of the region including Bristol (23.4 miles), Gloucester (17.6 miles) and Cheltenham (20.5 miles). Mainline railway services to Bristol are available from Cam station ( within 2 miles), and to London (Paddington), Intercity services are available from Stonehouse and Stroud stations. Local attractions:- Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (2.8 miles) Cattle Country adventure park (3.5 miles) & Berkeley Castle (4.1miles)
Set in a total plot of 0.25 acres the property enjoys level grounds. A gated block paved driveway provides parking for several vehicles with gardens extending predominantly to the front and side of the chapel. The front garden is laid to lawn and planted with variety of plants and shrubs, two further sections of lawn extend to either side of the chapel, as do two brick outbuildings providing external storage. A pedestrian gate offers access into a small paddock which also benefits from vehicular access onto the lane. Agents note: The property forms two titles.