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Occupying a prominent village position, looking down the picturesque Village Green lies this attached Grade II listed home. Northend House exudes charm and character with features prominent throughout both externally and internally. Constructed in the traditional mellow Frampton brick with sash windows overlooking the green this quintessentially English home boasts beautifully presented family accommodation. The canopied entrance porch opens to an inner hall with tessellated flooring from which doors open to the living space. The formal sitting room with full length sash window with shutters and traditional cast iron fireplace opens on to a pretty sun room with internal vine. A generous second reception room with oak flooring and inglenook fireplace offers room for both dining and living and leads to a fitted kitchen, utility and access to the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room provides traditional cabinetry with a contemporary twist and opens to a useful utility/boot room with cloakroom off. A staircase from the hall rises to the first floor where the master bedroom, bedroom 3 and the family bathroom are positioned. The bathroom is fitted with a stylish contemporary suite with 'his and hers' wash hand basins. From the first floor landing two small flights of stairs provide access to bedrooms 2 and 4.
Property Ref: STR170287
Frampton on Severn is notably the jewel in the crown in the Severn Vale area. The famous "Frampton Green" is reputed to be the longest village green in England which extends to some 20 acres, around which are pretty thatched cottages and distinctive period homes. Cricket is played on the green and ducks & geese mill around several ponds. Amenities include Parish Church, Primary School, Village Community Store & Post Office & Public Houses. The Gloucester & Sharpness Canal is located on the edge of the village. The A38 and M5 motorway are within two miles and provide fast links with Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol and the South West. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse some three miles away, and to Bristol (Parkway) at Cam approximately five miles away
A lawned garden set behind hedging lies to the front of the property, whilst a gated gravelled driveway provides parking. A canopied courtyard lies directly to the rear of the house and provides useful undercover storage. From here a shared pathway provides access to the main garden. Bounded by fencing this mature and exceedingly private garden provides great opportunity for the keen gardener and a safe enclosed area for children to play. A large timber outbuilding and a further two sheds create plentiful outside storage, whilst a timber playhouse will no doubt excite young children. Laid to lawn, the garden enjoys mature flower borders and is peppered throughout with a mixture of apple and pear trees, which provide interest and colour.
Agents notes- The property is subject to flying freeholds.
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