3 bedroom cottage for saleSaul
Offers Over £400,000
- DETACHED THATCHED COTTAGE
- FULL OF CHARACTER
- SPACIOUS ROOMS
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- LARGE GARDEN & VIEWS
- DETACHED GARAGE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A 1 BED ANNEXE
- LOTS OF PARKING
- GRADE II LISTED
Full descriptionA BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND SPACIOUS DETACHED TUDOR COTTAGE FULL OF CHARACTER AND ORIGINAL FEATURES, IN A LOVELY VILLAGE LOCATION WITH STUNNING LAKE VIEWS AND A LARGE GARDEN.
The property is fully centrally heated and well worth an internal inspection comprising:-
Covered Entrance Porch, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Cloakroom, 3 Double Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower, Family Bathroom, Large Landscaped Gardens and Sitting Areas, Ample Parking, Garage with Planning Permission for Conversion, Lovely Views.
Location - Saul is an attractive quiet hamlet, spared any through traffic on the Severn estuary, west of Stroud and about ten miles south of Gloucester. Although rural and surrounded by Cotswold countryside, Saul is not isolated and Thatched Cottage is situated in the heart of the village within close proximity to the church and Saul Junction Marina with its facilities and towpath along the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal. There are local amenities including a primary school in the neighbouring village of Frampton on Severn, which is reputed to have the largest village green in England extending to some 20 acres, around which are further pretty thatched cottages, distinctive period homes, and cricket played on the green whilst ducks and geese mill around several ponds. The A38 and M5 motorway are within two to three miles and provide easy access to Tesco and Retail Centre at Quedgeley, the City of Gloucester, Cheltenham, The Midlands and Bristol. Mainline railway stations at Stonehouse and Stroud bring London within 90 minutes travelling time.
Motorway M5 J13 Stonehouse - 4 miles, Gloucester Railway Station - 9.5 miles, Stonehouse Railway Station - 7 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 17 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 31 miles. Bristol Airport - 35 miles. Distances are approximate.
Description - Thatched Cottage is believed to date back to approximately 1410, is listed Grade II, and full of original features and character including exposed beams and leaded mullion windows. The property has been modernised over the years and now provides spacious and up to date family living including a complete new thatch approximately four years ago. On the ground floor, which is full of light, is an impressive fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with utility area and cloakroom, dining room with open fireplace and a spacious sitting room with a pretty log burner. Upstairs are three double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower and basin, again full of character, a landing with a wrought iron stove and the family bathroom. A particular feature of the property is the landscaped garden with a sitting area to the rear overlooking stunning views of the lake behind, and there is the added benefit of a garage and workshop for which planning permission is in place to convert into a single bedroom annexe if required. There is also plenty of parking.
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