Guide Price £595,000

Frampton on Severn

Property Ref:



The Green


Frampton on Severn




Beautifully presented detached 18th Century character cottage set in an idyllic position on The Green in popular Frampton on Severn,



Stockelm Cottage is a delightful example of a character property set in a prime village location with accommodation comprising, a good size entrance porch which leads to a spacious entrance hallway with ample storage, ground floor bathroom, charming sitting room with a feature wood burner, open plan stair case, dining room with a period fireplace and views across The Green, stunning kitchen/breakfast room with a breakfast bar, vaulted ceiling with a velux and stylish ‘John Lewis’ fitted kitchen and leading through to the useful utility room and garage/workshop. The first floor offers a landing, three generous double bedrooms with loft access via bedroom two which has development potential (subject to the usual planning consents and permissions) and a shower room and WC. Further benefits include oil central heating, double glazing and period features throughout.


Delightful level gardens which are well tended with a good size lawn and well stocked borders with a lovely array of shrubs and plants. A wood store and insulated shed (former garden office) provide ample storage and the summer house (light and power) and gravelled seating area are lovely spots to sit and take in the charming surroundings. A particular feature of the property is the gated off street parking for several cars (ideal for electric car points in the future) which leads to the garage with power and light.


Frampton is a historic village situated on the River Severn, near the River Frome and by the Sharpness Canal. The village green which extends to 22 acres is said to be the longest in the country and makes for a lovely open feel as you enter the village. Frampton is well serviced with two pubs, a village hall, primary school, a community centre, two churches, a local surgery and also has a football team whose clubhouse and pitch is set in the heart of the village. 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.



Council Tax Band

Band = F


The vendor has informed us that all mains services are connected and the heating system is oil fired, via a 1000 litre oil storage tank.

Local Authority

Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321

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