Summary of Features
Converted agricultural building divided into 2 x flats
3 bed flat to ground floor, 2 bed flat above
Potential to redevelop (subject to pp)
Range of agricultural & equestrian buildings
12 acres, overlooking beautiful countryside
Mileages, Longhope 1 1/2 miles, Lea 1 1/2 miles, Huntley 3 miles, Ross on Wye 6.5 miles, Gloucester 12 miles
In all about 12.43 acres
Dating from the 11th Century, the village of Longhope is situated north of the Forest of Dean, its name meaning long enclosed valley. This popular area of Gloucestershire is characterised by traditional farms, open fields and wooded hills, and offers a sought after, rural quality of life combined with excellent links to the motorway network and to the rest of the country; with Gloucester Cheltenham and Bristol all easily accessible.
Upper Box Bush Farm
Upper Box Bush Farm offers a range of buildings and pasture land which could be utilised for smallholding or equestrian purposes
The property is split into 2 x flats (ground floor 3 x bed, first floor 2 x bed), with opportunity to convert into one large dwelling or two dwellings with rental opportunities (subject to pp)
Ground floor flat benefits from a kitchen/diner, sitting room, master bedroom with en-suite as well as two further bedrooms
First floor flat with 2 x double bedrooms, open plan kitchen/sitting room and bathroom
Patio with water feature & gravelled off road parking to Ground Floor Flat
Walled parking & concrete patio area to 2nd Floor Flat
12.43 acres, divided into several fields around the buildings, spectacular countryside views
Dutch barn, agricultural building with 5 x stables & workshop area
2 x field shelters & red brick former milk churn store
Mains water & drainage to both properties, mains electricity to both properties & buildings
Forest of Dean District Council: 01594 810000
Upper Box Bush Farm Flat - Band A
No.1 Upper Box Bush Farm - Band B
Primary: Longhope, Mitcheldean & Drybrook Secondary: Mitcheldean, Newent, Cinderford & Ross-on-Wye. Further information is available at www.fdean.gov.uk
Independent: Gloucester, Cheltenham, Monmouth and Hereford all have some outstanding independent schools. Further information is available at www.isc.co.uk
The village of Longhope has a church, village hall/nursery, garage, village stores and post office (within walking distance of this property) and three pubs. A broader range of shopping and leisure facilities are available in the market town of Ross-on-Wye with more extensive retail and cultural facilities available in Gloucester and Cheltenham.
This area of Gloucestershire is renowned for its beautiful un spoilt countryside and quality of rural life. There are ample recreational opportunities throughout the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons and May Hill, all of which are all easily accessible.
The region has a vibrant equestrian industry. Hartpury Equestrian College (12½ miles) and Summerhouse Equestrian Centre (14½ miles) host to a variety of national and international events. Racing is close by at Cheltenham.