Arlingham Road, Saul, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2

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Bedrooms: 7
A long driveway with fields either side leads to an enviable parkland-style setting where this elegant Grade II listed property is found. The original detached villa is believed to have been built in 1820 by the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal Company as a residence for their Chief Engineer. Many decades ago it was divided into two individual houses and this property is set at the rear having the advantage of a wide open aspect towards the River Severn standing within its own grounds measuring just under 2 acres, comprising a formal walled garden and paddock. The present vendor has renovated and upgraded the property to offer flexible, light and well-presented accommodation. From the parking area steps lead to an open porch where you can appreciate how magnificent the setting is. On this raised ground level a newly-fitted kitchen/breakfast room is found along with a good-sized dining room and sitting room with a delightful bay window. Both reception rooms have large sash windows with shutters from which to enjoy the breath-taking view. The first floor houses a large principal bedroom boasting superb views of the river with ensuite shower room and a further guest suite with bedroom and ensuite, plus two further bedrooms. These bedrooms are served by the family bathroom with separate cloakroom. On the top level there are two further bedrooms and a shower room. On the lower ground floor there is a two bedroom annexe/flat with kitchen, dining hall and living room. The boiler & laundry room are also on this level. Property Ref: STR190004.


The property enjoys breath-taking surroundings, sitting on the side of the Sharpness canal with views across to the River Severn. The level gardens are mainly laid to lawn and divided into different sections. The more formal garden is partially walled with access into the outbuildings/barn. Behind the wall you will find a secluded spot with a summer house, from which to enjoy the far-reaching views. Bound by post & rail fencing is the paddock, which could be divided up if housing animals. Total plot - 1.93 acres.


The property sits on the outskirts of Frampton-on-Severn & Saul. The historic village of Frampton-on-Severn offers a variety of local amenities which include a parish church, primary school, post office/store, two public houses & a sailing lake. The A38 & M5 motorway are within a few miles & provide links with Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol & the South West. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse & to Bristol (Parkway) from Cam. Stroud (8.7 miles) is a local industrial town known as 'The Notting Hill of the Cotswolds' offering a variety of amenities & facilities.

Additional Information

Council Tax Band: F

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