WATERSIDE - Enjoying a stunning hamlet location in secret rural Gloucestershire, Lock House is well secluded by mature specimen trees and shrubs. The garden leads gently down to the River Severn frontage, ideal for
sundowners, bird watching and experiencing the Severn Bore. Lock House, built in 1776 this Grade II listed property on Framilode basin, retains many original features. The property offers three floors of modernised family accommodation, sensitively refurbished. The Georgian entrance porch opens onto a flagstone hall with access to all the reception rooms: The sitting room features a Jetmaster open fireplace and French doors onto the pretty back garden, the study/snug with built-in bookcase and ornate fireplace, and the dining room leading to the bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room which now features an Alpha range cooker, granite worktops, ceramic tiled floor and Belfast sink positioned to enjoy the garden views. The adjacent boot room and cloakroom provide access to the rear garden.
The feature staircase leads to the master suite of bedroom, ensuite bath with roll top bath and separate fitted dressing room/bedroom two on the first floor. A family bathroom serves two further double bedrooms on the second floor.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.