About this property
Located in a quiet setting and situated in a total plot size of 0.74 acres, this charming four-bedroom detached home offers further benefits including parking and a garage.
Located in a tranquil setting on the outskirts of the popular village of Frampton-On-Seven, this charming four-bedroom period home. This well-presented residence offers versatile accommodation spread across two floors. As you step inside the property you’ll find stairs leading to the first floor and a door to the cloakroom as well as a door leading to the combined dining room and kitchen area. The open-plan kitchen and dining space stands out as a delightful feature of this property. The kitchen boasts an array of base units complemented by wooden worktops. The dining area, bathed in natural light, serves as a fantastic hosting area, seamlessly connected to the outdoors through a set of bi-fold doors that lead to the garden. A doorway from the dining room provides entry to the sitting room, characterized by a dual aspect and a cozy enclosed wood burner. An additional bedroom and a shower can also be found on the ground floor. Ascending to the first floor, you'll discover three generously sized bedrooms. The primary bedroom comes complete with built-in wardrobes. A family bathroom is also located on this level.
The beautiful gardens surround the property and sit in a total plot size of 0.74 of an acre. To the front, you have parking for several cars and access to the garage. The majority of the garden lies to the rear, boasting well-stocked borders, expansive lawn and a mixture of fruit and other trees. Further benefits include a vegetable plot to the side of the property.
The property enjoys an idyllic position by the Sharpness Canal on the outskirts of Frampton-on-Severn and Saul. The historic village of Frampton-on-Severn offers a variety of local amenities which include a parish church, primary school, local store, two public houses and a sailing lake. The A38 & M5 motorway are within a few miles and provide links with Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol & the South West. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse and to Bristol (Parkway) from Cam. Gloucester is the nearest large town providing comprehensive educational, leisure and shopping facilities. Stroud (8.7 miles) is a local industrial town known as 'The Notting Hill of the Cotswolds' offering a variety of amenities and facilities including an Intercity link to London (Paddington).
Downstairs Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
- Entrance Hall
- Dining Room
- Sitting Room
- Downstairs Shower Room
- Three Further Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
Council Tax Band: 4
Energy Performance Certificate
† ** The 4.7% annual interest rate is based on the Connells Group average mortgage interest rate taken from the period of 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2023 and is correct as at 04/07/2023.
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