Frampton On Severn
Superb rural position overlooking the church at sought after Frampton On Severn. This lovely location beyond the famous village green, where cricket is still played, allows for easy access to the shop and well regarded primary school with countryside walks along the canal and the river Severn close by. We understand that the property was originally built in the Seventeenth Century and has been extended, with spacious character accommodation arranged over two floors.
Frampton on Severn is a very well known village and the village green which extends to 22 acres is said to be the longest in the country. It is situated within ten miles of both Gloucester and Stroud which offer amenities and shopping and is only five miles from Stonehouse Railway station which has a 1hr and 20 minutes service to Paddington. Good motorway connections are close by too, with Junction 13 of the M5 within 10 minutes drive.
A porch, reception hall, 18′ kitchen/breakfast room, two reception rooms, garden room and shower room are found on the ground floor. A master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms (two with en suite cloakrooms) and a good study are above, on the first floor. Character features are found throughout the house, with a lovely Inglenook fireplace in the sitting room of particular merit. The annexe is attached to the rear of the house and can be accessed from the main house or a separate entrance porch. This was originally a separate property, known as Clair Cottage, and comprises cloakroom/WC, 19′ sitting/dining room, useful store room and utility room on the ground floor with a bedroom, bathroom and dressing room above. This flexible space is bound to prove popular with buyers looking for extra accommodation for teenagers or dependent relatives or a space to work from home.
The property benefits from a block paved gated drive, integral double garage and delightful cottage gardens. The landscaped front garden has shaped lawns, with a block paved pathway leading through. Well stocked borders with a variety of established, colourful plants edge the plot. A path leads around to the outside of the annexe and another level lawn, with a useful brick built shed. The rear garden is by the garden room, with a level lawn, paved area for a table and chairs and raised, planted borders.
AGENTS NOTE – The current owner rents the cultivated area of garden to the side of the house from the Frampton Court Estate. We understand that prospective buyers can continue with this arrangement.