A period red brick cottage located in the village of Arlingham with the added benefit of both parking and a garden. This semi-detached period home occupies a central village setting. Having been extended in the past the property enjoys family accommodation peppered with character. The sociable sitting room is noteworthy with its pretty open fire and picture rails with a front aspect view over the village. This is further complimented by a spacious hallway, a separate dining room and a kitchen which is suitable to house a small table. A rear hallway provides access to a downstairs bathroom and a door leading to the side access and out to the garden. Three bedrooms are positioned on the first floor, once of which enjoys a view out over the garden. These are serviced by a family shower room. Property Ref: STR190179.
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. There is a church, and community run public house. Further facilities including a primary school can be found in Frampton on Severn, approx. 3 miles away. There is a bus service from the village and there are more extensive schooling, shopping and recreational facilities at Stonehouse, Stroud, Gloucester & 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 & Stroud.
A driveway to the side of the house provides parking for two vehicles. The house boasts an enclosed private garden, incorporating a large paved seating terrace offering opportunity for alfresco dining and level expanse of lawn. A side access leads down to the parking from the garden.