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

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Bedrooms: 4
The house is located in the ever-popular village of Frampton on Severn with its incredible main street and abundance of charming period houses. Whittles Lane is situated just off this main street, making it a great mix of centrally located, yet private and peaceful with an abundance of parking and open views. This period house has seen some sympathetic extensions over the years, which has helped to turn it into the large and flexible house that it is today. It enjoys a plethora of period features such as Inglenook fireplaces, stone floors and ceiling beams, but retain large and welcoming rooms throughout with good light. The house centres on the large kitchen/dining room, which is a fine double aspect room with generous kitchen units, Central Island and comes complete with an AGA. Steps lead to the dining room, providing a link with the kitchen, but allowing separation between the two. The kitchen is backed up by a large boot room and utility room. The main sitting room is a large space with triple access allowing good light and links to the outdoors, as well as a central fireplace. It has great flow with access to the snug and kitchen independently. The adjacent snug is a wonderfully characterful room with a superb Inglenook fireplace taking centre stage and complemented with modern fittings and charm.

The next two floors have 5 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There are two options for a principal bedroom, one on the first and one on the top giving flexibility to different family groups.


The house not only enjoys well-planned accommodation and a superb village setting, but also a good-sized plot for this location. Gated access leads to ample parking, big enough for horseboxes, then onto the garages and workshop. This detached building consist of a double garage, storeroom, workshop and kennel. The house has mature formal gardens with an impressive ancient Yew tree and a range of well-stocked beds which boarded a lawn area. Discreetly position behind the Yew tree are the stables. They consist of 2/3 stables, tack room and hay store. There is a small turn out yard and stock proof fencing leading to the paddocks. The paddocks are stock proofed and in two separate fields, ideal for rotational grazing.


Frampton on Severn is famous for its village green, reputed to be the longest in England, which extends to some 20 acres, around which are pretty thatched cottages and distinctive period homes. Cricket is played on the green and ducks and geese mill around several ponds. Amenities include Parish Church, Primary School, two Public Houses, Restaurant, sailing club and a detached Village Store constructed in 2015. Excellent independent, state and grammar schools can be found within a 10 mile radius. The A38 & M5 motorway (Junction 13) are within 2-3 miles. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse, some 5 miles away, and to Bristol (Parkway) at Cam, approximately 7 miles away.

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