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This imposing double-fronted period property provides substantial and flexible accommodation with a 2 bedroom modern annexe accessible either from within the main house or from a separate external entrance. Main House: On the ground floor the sitting room has an archway leading to the dining room at the rear which has patio doors opening to the rear garden. There is also a music room. The kitchen/breakfast room has oak doors to the wall & base units, integrated appliances and a tiled stone floor with under-floor heating. An archway with attractive brick detail and glazed doors leads to the utility room from where there is access to the rear garden, cloakroom and internal access to the annexe. On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms to the front, a master bedroom with patio doors opening onto its own balcony, a study, one bathroom with under-floor heating and a separate shower cubicle and then a shower room. There are a further 2 bedrooms on the second floor.
Annexe: On the ground floor a sitting/dining room enjoys a bay window overlooking the rear garden and there is a kitchen/breakfast room along with a cloakroom. To the first floor via a particularly gentle stair gradient are 2 bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom, including separate shower cubicle, and the other with en-suite shower room. Property Ref: STR160045
Frampton on Severn is famous for its village green, reputed to be the longest 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 and geese mill around several ponds. Amenities include Parish Church, Primary School, two Public Houses, Restaurant and a detached Village Store constructed in 2015. Excellent independent, state and grammar schools can be found within a 10 mile radius. The A38 & M5 motorway (Junction 13) are within 2-3 miles. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse, some 5 miles away, and to Bristol (Parkway) at Cam, approximately 7 miles away.
A pretty garden leads to the front of the property and a driveway to the left-hand side, capable of accommodating multiple vehicles, gives access to the rear garden passing a sympathetically designed block of 3 garages. The rear garden, beyond the patio areas, is laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs to the borders. There are far- reaching views to the front towards the canal and the Severn estuary and to the rear towards the lake used by the Frampton on Severn Sailing Club. The total plot size measures 0.267 acres.
Agents Note: There are independent central heating systems to the main house and the annexe each powered by their own oil fired boiler.
Master Bedroom with Balcony
4 further Bedrooms
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