4 bedroom detached house for sale

Hempsted Lane, Gloucester

Guide Price £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Converted garage annex/office/workshop with permission for business use
  • Extended on both the ground and first floors at the back.
  • Beautiful 1930's features including bay windows
  • Very large 12m living room through to dining room
  • Large kitchen with range cooker
  • Currently 4 double bedrooms with potential to split one to make a 5th room
  • Double width spa-bath in the master ensuite
  • Large and pretty front garden with parking for several cars
  • Peaceful village location near to both open countryside and Gloucester Docks
  • Easy access to shops and bus facilities

Full description

* With garage conversion / potential annex*

A particularly beautiful example of a 4 bedroom 1930’s family home in the ever-popular and peaceful Hempsted village on the fringe of both open countryside and Gloucester city centre. This fantastic home also has the added bonus of a fully converted garage complete with kitchenette and toilet – an ideal office, workshop or garden room. While this conversion currently has full permission for use as a business premises, you could also potentially look to transform this space into an annex for use as a student let or for Air BnB, subject to the usual planning consents - or simply use it as a garden room of course.

This home is without doubt ideal for families looking for extra living space as the main house has been extended both on the ground floor and upstairs. The homely living room has now been opened out into to the dining room and rear extension to create an impressive and incredibly spacious 12m long room, charmingly intersected by a stunning hardwood staircase.

The living room area still retains a number of features including the pretty bay window fringed by roses, a lovely stained glass feature window and even a recently installed wood burning stove. Heading through to the dining room area you’ll be immediately drawn to the wall of bi-fold doors which opens out straight to the patio and rear garden – an ideal space for entertaining and a real sun trap on a sunny afternoon.

On to the other half of the house, there’s a similarly spacious and stylish kitchen nicely sub-sectioned with a breakfast bar area, a beautiful range cooker, plenty of units for storage and even a pantry style store. This then opens through to a particularly pretty ‘inside-meets-out’ second dining area within the orangery-style conservatory. 

In addition to these generous spaces, you’ll also find a useful porch at the front with stained-glass panels, a handy downstairs W.C and even a study.

Heading on upstairs you’ll find 4 double bedrooms, one of which is a generous ‘L’ shape and could easily be split into two further rooms to create a fifth bedroom, or it could just as easily accommodate a second en-suite. In addition to the family bathroom, there is also an impressive en-suite to the master bedroom featuring a luxurious double-width spa bath – perfect for those brief moments of escape and relaxation!

Not forgetting the generous garden, fringed by a selection of mature planting and pleasantly private. The vast majority of the garden is currently laid to lawn and patio, perfect for a family kick-around and barbeque, although the option is certainly there for further landscaping for an avid gardener. The annex/garden office is then found toward the back of the garden, currently with it’s own private access fenced off along the side of the house, ideal for those running a business from home.

Added to this there’s also the rare dual advantages of being in an peaceful village both on the edge of countryside walks (perfect for dog owners), yet also just a short distance from the beautiful Gloucester Docks and all of its fantastic amenities. You’ve even got Hempstead post office just a few minutes up the road – ideal for the essential ‘pint of milk’.

All round an un-missable home, a real must see.


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Added on Rightmove:
26 July 2018

Nearest stations

  • Gloucester (1.2 mi)
  • Stonehouse (7.6 mi)
  • Stroud (7.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Moulton Haus , Cotswolds

The Old Bakery, New Street, Painswick, GL6 6UN

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Moulton Haus , Cotswolds

The Old Bakery, New Street, Painswick, GL6 6UN

01452 902089 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Gloucester (1.2 mi)
  • Stonehouse (7.6 mi)
  • Stroud (7.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Moulton Haus , Cotswolds

The Old Bakery, New Street, Painswick, GL6 6UN

01452 902089 Local call rate

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