Bell Orchard, Arlingham
£479,500 For Sale

This exceptionally spacious family home is tucked away in a quiet leafy cul-de-sac in the Severnvale village of Arlingham. This impressive property offers light and airy accommodation throughout featuring a contemporary kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, open plan triple aspect living room/dining/family room, study (fifth bedroom), four double bedrooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom. Outside there is an enclosed walled garden, ample off road parking and an integral garage. CHAIN FREE.

  • Countryside village location
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Two en-suite shower rooms
  • Enclosed garden
  • Off road parking and garage
  • EPC Rating D58


You are welcomed into this property with an impressive bright and airy entrance hall featuring engineered oak flooring, with an African Teak staircase leading to the first floor. There is a downstairs WC, useful storage cupboard, door leading into the study/bedroom five, door to the kitchen diner and door to the living room. The heart of the home is the kitchen and this is located to the rear of the property. It features a range of high gloss cream wall units and aubergine base units with wooden work surface over, inset 1 ½ stainless steel, Cook Master electric range cooker with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher and space for a freestanding fridge freezer. There is also a good sized breakfast bar/island which matches the kitchen units and is a social space for entertaining. The kitchen is complimented with wooden flooring and neutral colour metro tiled splash backs. There is a door leading into the utility room which has a range of wall and base gloss units, inset one bowl stainless steel sink, there is under counter space for a tumble drier and washing machine and further space for a fridge freezer. There is a window to the side elevation and a rear door leading out into the garden. The spacious living room features a large bay window to the front elevation, wood burner with a slate hearth and an archway leading into the dining area which has two pairs of French doors leading to the garden. Upstairs the galleried landing allows space and light to flood through this property with access to the loft which has an integrated ladder, light and is boarded and insulated. The loft further benefits from custom built racking and shelving. There are four generous double bedrooms with bedrooms one and two both benefitting from en suite shower rooms. The family bathroom benefits from a corner bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC with tiled splash backs and mirrored wall cupboards, shaving point, laminate flooring and inset ceiling spot lights.


To the front of the property, there is a driveway which is part block paved and gravelled which provides ample off road parking for multiple cars, along with pedestrian side access to both left and right hand sides of the property leading into the garden. The attractive walled garden is fully enclosed and gated, making it child and pet friendly. It is currently laid to lawn with shrub borders, a lovely patio seating area offering alfresco dining, and useful drying area outside the back door. There is a wooden shed, outside tap and power points.


Arlingham is tucked into the famous ox-bow on the River Severn and as a result is protected from through traffic ensuring the tranquillity of this beautiful country setting, with numerous walks from the doorstep. There is a church, an award-winning fish restaurant, community run public house, a village hall and part-time shop and post office. Further facilities including a primary school which can be found in Frampton on Severn, approx. 3 miles away. There is a bus service from the village to local schools. Further facilities can be found in Stonehouse, Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham. The A38 is about 4 miles away, with J13 of the M5 motorway a mile further on. Mainline railway links to London (Paddington) are found at Stonehouse and Stroud, whilst Bristol and Gloucester are accessible from Cam.


From the M5 proceed west to the A38, turn south towards Bristol and after about half a mile turn right signposted to Frampton-on-Severn, continuing past the village green over a canal bridge and bear left to Arlingham. On reaching the village, turn right immediately after The Red Lion pub onto the High Street and take the first left onto Bell Orchard, once over the cattle grid the property is the first on the left.

Tenure, Services and Local Authority

Mains electricity, water and drainage are believed to be connected to the property with the exception of gas. The property is warmed by night storage heaters on an Economy 7 tariff.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band G- £2,945.89