Close to the green in the village of Frampton on Severn, which is famous for its extensive and picturesque village green. The village has its own primary school, post office/store, public house and village hall. A number of country walks are close by including the tow path of the Gloucester/Sharpness canal. Frampton on Severn is well placed for travel throughout the south west being within a five minute drive of Junction 13 of the M5 motorway. The property occupies a pleasant location on the lane which gives access to the adjoining village of Whitminster. Frampton on Severn is also well placed for access to the A38, which brings the larger centres of Stroud, Gloucester and Stonehouse within commuting distance and where secondary and independent schooling can be found.
Situated on a private driveway parking for numerous vehicles, leading to the DOUBLE GARAGE, gated side access leads to the rear garden.
The enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, a central feature of the garden is the circular pergola ideal for entertaining, benefitting the summerhouse (with electric) housing a hot-tub. The garden backs onto the local football field so it is not overlooked to the rear, therefore a pleasant outlook can be enjoyed.
Mains drainage (shared system for the six properties pumps to main sewer) adopted by Severn Trent
Air Source heat pump
Solar Panels provide a feed in tariff and benefits an income of £300 PA (approx.)
Stroud District Council tax band G