A deceptively spacious detached cottage situated in a quiet, semi rural position backing onto fields. This village location allows for easy access to riverside walks with views over the Severn, access to The Red Lion pub, The Old Passage Inn and the church as well. A strong sense of community through close knit residents within the village makes it a fantastic place to live. A short drive to nearby Frampton on Severn provides more amenities including another popular pub, village green and Cadbury Hall. The property is traditionally built under a pitched tiled roof with the accommodation arranged over two floors. The ground floor briefly comprises an entrance porch, entrance hall, study/second reception room with stairs to the first floor, sitting room with lovely fireplace, 23′ kitchen/ diner with underfloor heating, Aga and Aga Companion, utility room and a bathroom. On the first floor, a landing, large walk-in store cupboard and two double bedrooms and a single bedroom can be found.
The cottage offers gated parking area to the front and one side, a detached single garage/workshop, attached outbuilding and courtyard garden to the front. There is access to both sides of the cottage to a large, fully enclosed side and rear garden predominantly laid to lawn with a wealth of mature, well established shrubs, trees and bushes and a greenhouse.
Agents Note: The property has lapsed planning to demolish the attached outbuilding, erect a two storey extension and build on top of the flat roof to the rear of the property. Also for a double garage with room above. Planning ref: S.08/1748/Ful
Arlingham is a quiet village a couple of miles west of Frampton-on-Severn and enjoys a close knit village community with walks through countryside close by. The village boasts two award winning facilities; The Old Passage Inn fish restaurant and the community owned Red Lion Inn which villagers are able to become shareholders should they wish. Frampton on Severn is just over eight miles from Stroud and about the same distance from Gloucester. Both offer a range of shops, amenities and a train station with further shops and another train station at Stonehouse, which is closer. Access to the M5 and ultimately the M4 is about two miles away at Junction 13.
We are informed that mains water and electric are connected to the property. It is warmed via oil fired central heating and it’s drainage is via a septic tank.
Band = E
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321