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Glebe Close, Frampton On Severn, GL2

4 bed detached house for sale
Ref: A1NQ5000009XP8BIAE

About this property

  • Desirable village
  • Sought after cul-de-sac
  • Detached
  • Four bedrooms
  • Well presented
  • Gated driveway
  • Double garage
  • Beautiful wrap around garden
  • Potential to extend (Subject to approval)
  • Excellent access for M5

A generous 4 bedroom detached family home occupying a desirable position in the sought after village of Frampton on Severn.

This generously proportioned detached family home occupies a desirable position within a sought after cul-de-sac on the village outskirts. Boasting a double garage and a well-maintained garden, the property offers a substantial footprint, extending over two fl...

A generous 4 bedroom detached family home occupying a desirable position in the sought after village of Frampton on Severn.

This generously proportioned detached family home occupies a desirable position within a sought after cul-de-sac on the village outskirts. Boasting a double garage and a well-maintained garden, the property offers a substantial footprint, extending over two floors and totaling approximately 1,736 square feet. The well-appointed accommodation comprises: an inviting entrance hall with a cloakroom, a formal sitting room enjoying garden vistas, a dedicated dining room, a well-equipped kitchen, and a practical utility room conveniently located to the rear of the garage. The upper floor provides four bedrooms and a well-maintained bathroom. The property offers the potential for future expansion, subject to obtaining the necessary approvals.

Outside
There is a gated driveway to the front of the property, providing ample off road car parking, leading to the double garage. An attractive lawn area framed with trees, shrubs and hedgerow, wraps around the house to the rear, where there is a vegetable plot, summer house, two greenhouses and mature flower beds.

Situation
The property sits close to the village centre, surrounded by the picturesque village green, known as one of England's longest. The area features charming thatched cottages, period homes, and a scenic canal system with access to the River Severn. The green hosts village cricket games while ponds are frequented by ducks and geese. Local amenities include a Parish Church, Lakefield Church of England Primary School, a village shop, two pubs, a Tennis Club, and a Sailing Club. Easy access to the A38 & M5 motorways connects the village to Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol, and the South West. Nearby rail links at Stonehouse and Bristol (Parkway) offer connections to London (Paddington). Larger towns like Dursley & Stroud provide comprehensive educational, leisure, and shopping facilities.

Key Information

Council Tax Band: F

Tenure: Freehold