Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This is a new build property
Stag Homes have built six new houses in Frampton on Severn. The six are made up of two 5 bedroom detached houses, two 4 bedroom detached houses and a four bedroom semi detached. There is also a two bedroom shared ownership home.
Applegarth (Plot 3) is the largest house and the only one with a garage.
Following their acclaimed development of new houses and restoration of The Hog public house in Horsley, Stag Homes appointed local architect Daniel Stewart to design homes able to capture the essence of the charm of the village and yet be truly contemporary inside.
Property Ref: STR180043
Frampton-on-Severn is known locally as the jewel in the crown in the Severn Vale area. It lies approximately 10.5 miles south of Gloucester on the east bank of the River Severn.
This historic village is reputed to have the longest green in England measuring 22 acres, parts of which have designated conservation areas.
The Gloucester & Sharpness Canal runs to the west side of the village from Saul Junction to Gloucester Docks.
It is a thriving village with an active community benefiting from many clubs and societies, including cricket on the green, sailing and fishing on the townfield lake. Every September Frampton Country Fair takes place in the grounds of Frampton Court. There are also facilities such as Lakefield Church of England Primary School, St Mary's Church, a village shop, doctors' surgery and several cafes and public houses.
Gloucester 11 miles,
Stonehouse 5.5 miles,
Cam 5.7 miles.
A38 1.7 miles,
M5 Junction 13 2.7 miles.
Nearest Air Port:
Bristol 40 miles
Living Room with woodburner
33' 10" Kitchen/Dining Room
Master Bedroom with ensuite
Guest Bedroom with ensuite
3 further Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate