- Beautiful setting
- Village location
- Recently extended
- Open plan living accommodation
- All bedrooms have en-suites
- EPC D63
You are welcomed into this family home through the entrance corridor with access to all rooms, it is lovely and bright throughout with a large glazed panel and plenty of natural light that floods through the skylights. There is Oak flooring throughout which is of good quality and hard wearing. The Living accommodation is a fantastic space, with its French doors overlooking the garden, this makes it a wonderful space to relax. The Living room is open plan with the kitchen which comprises a range of black high gloss wall and base units with work surface over incorporating a 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink, gas cooker with seven rings and extractor hood over as well as integrated Beko dishwasher and washing machine can be found. As if this isn't enough this flows well into the recent addition of this family home which is the dining room. This has the wow factor, with bi fold doors to two elevations and under floor flag stone flooring this room is the perfect entertaining space with an outlook to one part of the garden. To the other wing of the property, you will find the family bathroom which benefits from a freestanding roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. There is a separate cloakroom which does have plans to re configure into a utility room. The first bedroom approached is the master suite. This is nicely situated separate from the rest of the three bedrooms with a modern en-suite with his and hers matching vanity wash hand basins in a high gloss anthracite grey, which nicely compliments with the tiled double shower cubicle and tiled splash backs. The master bedroom has plenty of room for wardrobe space and takes full advantage of French doors that lead out to an area of lawn, the perfect retreat for relaxing. There are three further bedrooms with bedroom two benefiting from an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms three and four which are also double have the use of a Jack and Jill en suite shower room.
Set in the grounds of Saul Lodge, the wrap around gardens have been thoughtfully designed and lovingly maintained. The large double garage, with power and lighting has extensive storage space as it incorporates eaves storage and kitchen units and works well in accommodating the parking for an abundance of vehicles. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees providing complete privacy and tranquility. There is a well looked after allotment running the entire length of the house that has been turned over ready to plant a range of fruits and vegetables. The allotments also house fruit bushes, provided Raspberries, Blackcurrants, Redcurrants, Strawberries, Blueberries and Gooseberries. On the other side of the garden fruit trees providing Cherries, Pears, Plums and Apples have been nurtured, providing fresh fruit for all the family. There is a reasonable sized decking area overlooking the gardens allowing for perfect Al Fresco dining and light entertainment.
This home is based in the family friendly village of Saul, which is in the parish of Fretherne with Saul. Within the village there is a pub, large playing field, village hall and a church. The adjoining village of Frampton-on-Severn also benefits from a village shop, incorporating a post office, doctors surgery, restaurant, pubs and primary school. There are a range of pleasant walks nearby, including the Gloucester and Sharpness canal and the River Severn in Arlingham. The canal provides mooring for boat enthusiasts as well as a number of family events.
Saul is situated just under 4 miles from junction 13 of the M5 and the A38, providing easy access to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol. Further facilities can be found in Stonehouse, Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham. Mainline railway links to London Paddington can be found at Stroud and Stonehouse, whilst Bristol and Gloucester are accessible via 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 towards Arlingham. Shortly afterwards you will see a sign for "Fretherne", take an immediate left through the pillars. Follow the road until you reach the fork and then bear left. The property will be found shortly afterwards on the right hand side.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains water and electricty are believed to be connected to the property with the exception of drainage. The property is on a septic tank. Heated by LPG Gas.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band E £2,206.48