Frampton-on-Severn is known locally as the jewel in the crown in the Severn Vale area. It lies approximately 10.5 miles south of Gloucester on the east bank of the River Severn.
This historic village is reputed to have the longest green in England measuring 22 acres, parts of which have designated conservation areas.
The Gloucester & Sharpness Canal runs to the west side of the village from Saul Junction to Gloucester Docks.
It is a thriving village with an active community benefiting from many clubs and societies, including cricket on the green, sailing and fishing on the townfield lake. Every September Frampton Country Fair takes place in the grounds of Frampton Court. There are also facilities such as Lakefield Church of England Primary School, St Mary's Church, a village shop, doctors' surgery and several cafes and public houses.
Accessed via solid wooden oak door with two solid wooden oak double glazed windows. Range of base, wall and drawer mounted units, M Stone Quartz worktop, one and a half bowl sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap over, appliance points, power points, Hi Lite Rangemaster cooker with induction hob and extractor hood over, integral tall fridge, tall freezer and dishwasher. Space for washing machine, travertine tiled flooring, radiator, telephone point, inset ceiling spotlights and space for dining room table.
Exposed wooden beams, Tv point, power points, data points, radiator, wooden door to storage cupboard, wooden door to airing cupboard housing the Worcester oil fired boiler, engineered wooden flooring, two front aspect wooden glazed windows, side aspect wooden double glazed French doors and stairs to the first floor landing.
Exposed wooden beams, power points, USB points, data points, radiator, rear aspect skylight.
Power points, USB points, radiator, exposed wooden beams, side aspect glazed window.
Power points, radiator, exposed wooden beams and side aspect glazed window.
Vanity unit with concealed wc, wash hand basin and storage. Panelled bath with waterfall shower head and low level shower attachment, shaver point, radiator, partly tiled walls, vanity mirror with sensor lights, wooden wall panelling, Kardean flooring and front aspect frosted glazed window.
A six bar wooden gate opens onto a tarmacadam and concrete driveway that provides off road parking for upto five vehicles.
The rear garden consists of a bloc paved patio, flat lawn and raised decked area with views over surrounding countryside and fields that provide a perfect private space for table, chairs and bbq area. The garden also benefits from an outside tap, timber frame shed and outside lighting whilst being fully enclosed with wooden panelled fencing and brick walling.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Stroud District Council
Council Tax Band: E
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