Parkend is a thriving small village in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean. It has a rich industrial history of coalmining, ironworks and forestry but is now a peaceful settlement surrounded by woodlands, one of which is the RSPB Nagshead Nature Reserve.
Parkend is also a popular tourist centre with two village pubs, the Dean Forest Railway with steam trains, a Post Office/village shop and café, Dean Cycles hire/cafe and Whitemead Park holiday park.
There is an abundance of tracks and trails for walking and cycling and dogs are welcome everywhere.
The property has a long gravelled driveway suitable for the parking of several vehicles. The garden is mostly laid to lawn having various shrubs, trees and flowers, the garden does extend quite far and has masses of potential for a keen gardener. The property is enclosed by fencing and walled surround.
Cannop Brook is to the west curtilage of the property becoming the River Lyd.
Planning permission has been passed for the erection of log cabin for use as part storage.
Forest of Dean district planning application ref : P1108/23/FUL
Mains drainage & oil.
Forest of Dean District Council tax band D