Vicarage Lane, Frampton on Severn, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Located on a quiet lane in the sought after village of Frampton on Severn, this spacious, detached gated residence enjoys its own private lake, beautiful views plenty of parking and an extensive garden.

Located on a quiet lane in the sought after village of Frampton on Severn, this spacious, detached gated residence enjoys its own private lake, beautiful views plenty of parking and an extensive garden.

A genuine opportunity for tranquil living in a wonderful setting."

On entering there is a roomy hall with a cloakroom. The sizable sitting room has an open fire and is dual aspect, with a view of the front garden and sliding doors out to the conservatory, which has access to the garden and stunning lake beyond. There is a large dining room/family room with a separate study. The study has its own access out to the side.

The kitchen/breakfast room is of a lovely size and benefits from views out to the garden and lake.

To the first floor there are three good size bedrooms, two of which enjoy spectacular views out to the garden and lake. There is also a family bathroom.

Outside there are plenty of patio and seating areas from which to enjoy different aspects of the lush garden oasis. This quiet retreat boasts imaginative landscaping, rare plants and a variety of resident and visiting wildlife, and it has been designed with low maintenance in mind.

The property is the sole owner of the lake and has exclusive right of access to the waters.

To the front of the property there is a single garage with adjoining outside store/workshop.

Planning permission to extend, Ref:S.18/2431/HHOLD)

Frampton on Severn is located in the stunning Severn Vale, adjacent to the glorious Cotswolds - much of it falls within a conservation area. Set around a village green (22 acres: reputedly the longest green in England), the village boasts natural beauty, good architecture and plenty of community activity. The Narles, an open apace adjacent to the 14th century parish church gives views to the Forest of Dean and the Gloucester to Sharpness canal, and affords superb sunsets. Whilst the canal itself is enjoyed by boat users, walkers and cyclists and offers views across the Severn estuary, a wildlife haven of international importance. The village hosts a range of activities throughout the year, including a country fair, sheep racing, boules competition and equine events. And traditional cricket is played on the green during the summer months. With its wonderfully tranquil setting, pubs, cafés, shop, post office, sailing, tennis and football clubs, many societies and network of pathways, Frampton is arguably one of Gloucestershire's best kept secrets. Stonehouse and Cam & Dursley train stations are both within an easy six-mile reach, providing easy access to London and Bristol.

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