Semi-detached house for saleBeacon Farm Buildings, Frampton Mansell, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Under Offer £450,000
- Building Plot
- Off Street Parking
- In all 4,800 SqFt
Planning Permission 2015: The Cotswold District Council has granted planning permission as follows:
Change of use and conversion of stone barns and former cattle shed to 4 dwellings with associated gardens and parking, and demolition of existing grain store (alternative to approved schemes) at Beacon Farm, Stroud Road, Frampton Mansell.
(APPLICATION REF: 15/04237/FUL/ FILE REF: CT.8197/F - DATE OF DECISION: 19th November 2015)
A copy of these consents, plans and subsequent amendments may be seen at the Cirencester office of Strutt & Parker. Alternatively all documents can be viewed online at www.cotswold.gov. uk
Beacon Farm is situated just outside the village of Frampton Mansell. This desirable village in Gloucestershire is set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Frampton Mansell lies equidistant between Stroud and Cirencester and is on the south side of the Frome Valley (also known as the Golden Valley) and has excellent views looking north. It has a church, St Luke's, which was built in 1843 by the then Lord Bathurst, village hall and pub 'The Crown Inn' together with the Stroud and Thames canal, river and railway which follow the valley down towards Stroud.
The Roman town of Cirencester (5 miles) provides an excellent choice of everyday shops and other amenities. Shopping in Cirencester is highly regarded, off the main streets there are many interesting back lanes with specialist shops, particularly Black Jack Street. On the outskirts of the town are two supermarkets (Waitrose and Tesco) as well as an A & E Hospital. The historic town of Stroud, well known for its arts and crafts as well as its weekly farmers market, is only 6 miles away. The area is well served by two State Grammar Schools as well as Wycliffe College (Stonehouse) and Beaudesert Preparatory School (Minchinhampton), Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College. Electrification of the Great Western Line is set to reduce journey times from Kemble to less than 75 minutes into London Paddington. The cross rail is due to begin services in 2018 from Paddington to Liverpool Street (9 minutes) and the city (every 3 minutes). Cheltenham Spa provides an extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities. It also plays host to a number of annual festivals in the town including literature, classical and jazz music, science, cricket and of course the National Hunt Racing Festival. Road communications via the A419/417 dual carriageway with good access to Junction 15 (M4) at Swindon and Junction 11a (M5) at Gloucester and Junction 13.
Kemble Station is about 3 miles away providing regular direct rail services into London-Paddington taking about 75 minutes. The main regional centres include Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol, Swindon and Oxford, all of which are within daily commuting distance. Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham and Heathrow airports are all just over 1¼ hours driving away.
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