About the property

This delightful c1920's built detached house is ideal for those wishing to enjoy a rural lifestyle and yet remain within reach of local facilities. Located on the very edge of the popular village of Bream the property is surrounded and has direct access to the famous Royal Forest of Dean which is characterised by more than 42 square miles of mixed woodland and is one of the oldest surviving ancient woodlands in England. A large area was reserved for royal hunting before 1066 and remained as the second largest crown forest in England, the largest being the New Forest. The name Forest of Dean originates from this time, perhaps derived from the 'dene' or valley near Mitcheldean. The M48 motorway is approximately 12 miles distant giving onward access to Bristol, London, Newport or Cardiff. The town of Lydney is approximately 3 miles distant, offering a range of facilities to include schools, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities. The accommodation comprises kitchen, dining room, living room, utility room, conservatory, three bedrooms and bathroom. The good sized landscaped gardens are a fine feature of the property. There is also driveway parking and garage. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Kitchen, utility room, dining room
  • Living room, conservatory
  • 3 bedrooms & family bathroom
  • Tranquil & private gardens with direct access into the Forest
  • Driveway parking plus garage
  • Rural location on edge of village
  • 1920's built detached 3 bed house
  • Idyllic location on edge of famous Royal Forest of Dean
  • No onward chain

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Forest of Dean

30 High Street


Forest of Dean


NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01594 715888


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We are fortunate to sell and let a huge variety of property in one of the most beautiful regions of Britain. Set within glorious unspoilt countryside straddling the English Welsh borders are picturesque villages.