Grade II Listed Lodge with out buildings, walled garden, tennis court , 34 acres and views over the River Severn and to the Cotswold escarpment. Only 4 miles from J 13 of the M5.
The property overlooks the inspiring River Severn and dates back to the late 16th Century. It is Grade II Listed. The approach is through automatic gates and the private drive passes the walled garden and outbuildings. Fretherne Lodge is a striking country house with well-proportioned rooms, all of which enjoy views over the immaculate gardens and owned parkland to the Cotswold escarpment in the distance.
The Lodge is ideal for entertaining and family living with a
large reception hall leading through to the reception rooms and the open-plan kitchen breakfast room.
There are six large bedrooms with three bathrooms, all with views through the mature trees.
Fabulous formal gardens surround the house in addition to an orchard, paddock and parkland.
Red brick outbuilding comprise a stable, machinery store, garaging, greenhouse and wood store with open plan loft above. Subject to the necessary consents, this building could provide excellent ancillary accommodation, studio or similar.
The Lodge is set back from the road and the beautiful gardens offer a mix of formal lawns, mature beds and magnificent specimen trees.
The tennis court is neatly screened and
the walled garden has an enchanting gardeners lodge.
In all about 34 acres
Fretherne is a small village dating back to the Domesday Book situated between Frampton-on-Severn and Arlingham.
The property has excellent access to the A38 and M5 (J13 c. 4 miles), providing direct access to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol and the Midlands. The nearby village of Frampton-on-Severn has a village shop, post office, pubs, a primary school, surgery and marina. Major services are available in Cheltenham and Gloucester, as well as theatres, premiership rugby and National Hunt Racing.
First-class schooling is available and local private schools
include Wycliffe, Beaudesert Park, and the Cheltenham
Colleges. Sporting and leisure activities in the area include
cricket, walking, sailing and hunting with the Berkeley and Severn Vale hounds.