- Grade II listed
- Character cottage
- Stunning gardens
- Ample parking
- Two/three reception rooms
- EPC exempt
You are welcomed into this home into the spacious living room that features flagstone flooring and a wood burner. Dual aspect windows attract the natural light to flood through the room. A useful hallway houses a storage cupboard, WC, and stairs to the first floor. Leading through the hallway you are welcomed into the dining room that also features flagstone flooring and a wood burner. The dining room is ideal for entertaining with its dual aspect windows and spotlights. Off the dining room is the kitchen. The kitchen benefits from bespoke made, pale blue wall and base units, solid oak worktop over, double ceramic style Belfast sink, ceramic tiled flooring, and a large Range cooker. There are beautiful views of the garden from the rear elevation. At the rear of the property is a useful lobby with utility cupboard, utilising plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier. The garden room off the lobby is the perfect room in the house to enjoy the serenity of the well-established garden, with its three French doors and stone flooring, the room keeps in with the character of the rest of the cottage. On the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms with characteristic tapered ceilings. The bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom that comprises bath with shower attachment and glass shower screen, WC with hidden cistern and sink.
To the front of the garden there is a small area of lawn with lavender borders, a paved path leading to the front door and a gravelled driveway with ample parking. To the rear of the property there is a beautifully matured garden that boasts flower borders, vegetable plots and a patio area with pergola over, creating the perfect setting for alfresco dining, and a sizeable shed. The garden is fully enclosed with a range of shrubs, panelled fencing and backs onto the local allotments.
This home is located in the village of Frampton-on-Severn. The village 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 several family events. Frampton-on-Severn is situated on the eastern side of the River Severn, 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.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property with the exception of gas.
Stroud District Council, tax band C - £1,642.04
From the M5 proceed west to the A38, turn south towards Bristol and after about half a mile turn right onto the Perry Way. After 1.4 miles, turn left onto The Green, follow the road for 0.5 miles and continue onto The Street. The property will be found shortly afterwards on the left hand side with our For Sale board outside.