A Forest of Dean Chapel, close to the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire was originally built in 1864 Now converted, Pew Corner is very 'English country house' style living, and is the largest and most elegant of our Chapel properties.
Down this distinctive building’s drive to the allocated private parking. Through the wrought iron gate to unlock Pew Corner’s front door, step into the hallway and kick off your shoes and prepare for a treat.
A flight of honey coloured carpeted stairs, heads up to a landing. On the right, a spacious, airy second bedroom with double size bed and a bathroom with bath, power shower over and very modern frameless glass shower screen.
Ahead, a kitchen/diner (dining 6) overlooked by an original full height 11.5’ tall Chapel window, dressed with sheer voile, and the gallery to the sitting room above. On one side of the kitchen there’s an impressive array of appliances secreted away: gas, five burner hob, electric double fan oven, dishwasher, washer/dryer and opposite a tall fridge with separate freezer and microwave.
A second flight of stairs heads to a further landing and to the most beautiful, grand, galleried sitting room. The simple beauty of the full height window, with truly noble proportions of Chapel architecture gives elegance and sophistication. With bright gold large settee and armchairs grouped around the TV and DVD player, the room is just a bright, glorious, chic, restful delight.
A door on the right to a master bedroom, with double size bed, opens out into another large, handsome and rather grand room. Again dominated by an 11’ tall Chapel window, dressed with voile and silk curtains, the design is just awesome. The en suite has a 1200 long shower tray with a very modern, sheer glass walk around shower screen.
Outside: seating and BBQ area with pretty planters. Cycle rack.