Sold STC £929,950
Mays Hill, Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire

Floorplans For Mays Hill, Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire


Dating back to the 17th Century, this detached Grade II Listed, former farmhouse was further extended in Victorian times and now makes a spacious and elegant family home. Located in an idyllic hamlet setting, it sits in circa 2 thirds of an acre and has a private southerly facing walled garden which then leads onto a separate grassed area planted as a small orchard. It is approached via a private gravel driveway and further benefits from double garaging and an open triple carport. Two stone outbuildings have also been combined into one and now presents itself as an independent annexe or as excellent living/guest accommodation. Set over three floors this charming property has fantastic character throughout and offers generous living space with two staircases and a lovely kitchen/diner with AGA and granite work tops at the heart of the home. An impressive main oak staircase takes you to the upper floors which have five bedrooms, a family bathroom and three en-suites. In summary an impressive character home in a lovely hamlet setting.


The attractive hamlet of Mays Hill borders the village of Frampton Cotterell which enjoys open countryside surrounds, including the nearby Frome Valley Walk. Frampton offers easy road and train access to Bristol and has a strong community with a selection of local shops and cafe's in addition to the nursery and toddler groups, plus both infant schools have received 'good' and 'outstanding' Offstead reports. It is in the catchment for The Winterbourne Academy (state secondary school) whilst the nearby Kendleshire Golf Club and Bitterwell fishing lake are just minutes drive away. Frampton Cotterell is approx 9.2 miles from Bristol City centre, 4.2 miles from Parkway Train Station and 5.6 miles to the Hambrook Junction of the M32. (M4 Junction 19).

Accommodation & Services

Detached, 17th Century Grade II Listed Farmhouse - Further Extended in the 1800s - Lovely Sense of Character Throughout - Beautiful Hamlet Setting with Village Green - Rural Views and Surrounds - Welcoming Entrance Hall with Oak Staircase - Elegant Reception Rooms with Log burners - Kitchen/Diner with AGA - Large Utility/Boot Room - Cellar - Five Bedrooms - En-Suites and Family Bathroom - Outbuildings Converted into Independent Annexe/Guest Accommodation - Gated Driveway - Ample Parking - Double Garage - Triple Carport - Southerly Facing, Walled Gardens - Circa 2 Thirds of an Acre - Additional Orchard and Lawn - Oil Central Heating - Private Drainage.

Local Authority & Council Tax

South Gloucestershire Council. Council Tax Band G.


Milburys Estate Agents Ltd, their clients and any joint agents give notice that they have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings, heating systems, drains or services and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Interested parties are advised to obtain verification from their surveyor or relevant contractor. Statements pertaining to tenure are also given in good faith and should be verified by your legal representative. Digital images may, on occasion, include the use of a wide angle lens. Please ask if you have any queries about any of the images shown, prior to viewing. Where provided, floor plans are shown purely as an indication of layout. They are not scale drawings and should not be treated as such.

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