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This beautifully presented spacious two bedroom mid-terrace cottage with a wealth of character features is situated in the sought after village of Parkend. Having spacious accommodation arranged over three floors including living room and kitchen diner to the ground floor, master bedroom with en-suite and second double bedroom to the first floor whilst to the lower ground floor there is a hallway leading to the large family bathroom complete with enclosed rear gardens, cellar/workshop and woodland views. Electric central heating with radiators have been installed throughout the cottage. Parkend is a pleasant and thriving small village in the heart of the Forest, a picturesque place to live and raise your family. Once a coal mining and industrial centre, the village is now a peaceful backwater surrounded by woodlands. There is a small village shop, post office, two delightful village pubs and primary a school. The Dean Forest Railway, Nagshead Nature Reserve and the family cycle trails are all nearby and there is also cycle hire available at Dean Forest Cycles. Parkend is also the home of Whitemead Forest Park, a large campsite which also has a restaurant, bar, leisure facilities and offers entertainment for both vistors and locals. You can find a wider range of facilities in the nearby town of Lydney to include local shops and supermarkets, bank and building society, restaurants, doctors surgeries and hospital and train station. The Forest Leisure Centre in Lydney has a swimming pool, fitness suite, gym and tennis courts while those who prefer something a bit muddier will enjoy Redhill Extreme mountain biking and boarding centre at nearby Cinderford. Other local activities include Puzzlewood, Perrygrove railway, Dean Heritage centre as well as a variety of woodland adventure courses. The stunning countryside of the nearby Wye Valley is perfect for exploring on foot or by bicycle, with the Wye Valley Walk and the Offas Dyke Path being particular highlights. Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle are also fabulous days out.
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