Church Street, Nunney, Frome
Property Summary*An outstanding, characterful, three storey, two bedroom period property*Two reception rooms including a first floor sitting room with Juliet balcony and open fireplace*Bespoke hand fitted kitchen*Enclosed rear garden within this outstanding village* No onward chain.
*An outstanding, characterful, three storey, two bedroom period property*Two reception rooms including a first floor sitting room with Juliet balcony and open fireplace*Bespoke hand fitted kitchen*Enclosed rear garden within this outstanding village* No onward chain.
DINING ROOM,WOOD BURNING STOVE,FITTED KITCHEN,HALF-LANDING,FIRST FLOOR LANDING,SITTING ROOM,BATHROOM,SECOND FLOOR LANDING,TWO BEDROOMS,ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN.
The property lies within the centre of this historic and characterful village. Renowned for its romantic castle ruins the village has a real sense of community and boasts a school, pub/restaurant, cafe, village shop, hall and is host to the annual Nunney Fayre. Nearby Frome (3 miles) has a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and public amenities including a library and sports centre. The Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 15 miles.
Believed to date from the 1800s this charming three storey property has a wealth of character features and is Grade II listed. To the ground floor there is a dining room with a newly installed wood burning stove leading through to a hand built kitchen with porcelain Butler sink. To the first floor there is a beautiful sitting room with Juliet balcony and open fireplace.The property has a tremendous amount to offer and provides a stylish and individual home which is sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
Accommodation ( all dimensions being approximate).
10'9"x10'3" (3.28mx3.12m) average with a sash window to the front with shutters, front door, slate floor, window seat, fireplace housing a newly installed wood burning stove, over mantle mirror, electric radiator within a cover, beautiful oak beam and access through to:
12'7"x7' (3.84mx2.13m) average which is comprehensively fitted with a porcelain Butler sink, chrome mixer tap, slim-line dishwasher, washing machine, Welsh dresser with drawer and cupboard and incorporating a refrigerator, Stoves electric oven with four ring ceramic hob, slate floor, deep shelved storage cupboard, double glazed window to the rear, shelved larder cupboard and deep understairs storage cupboard. Winding staircase with half-landing and deep shelf rising to:
First Floor Landing:
With staircase and further half-landing rising to the second floor. Nigh storage heater. Door to:
12'x10'6" (3.66mx3.2m) with a night storage heater, inward opening Juliet balcony with stone sill and wrought-iron work, recess for book shelf and attractive cast-iron fireplace with a hand carved surround and slate hearth.
With a white suite comprising a panel bath with chrome crosshead taps and shower attachment, wall mounted thermostatic shower with glazed screen, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, shaver point and obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Second floor Landing:
With a small glazed roof light to the rear and shelved airing cupboard housing a factory lagged hot water cylinder. Doors to:
14'5"x12'2" (4.39mx3.71m) with eaves storage, a built-in double wardrobe with shelves and hanging rail, night storage heater, secondary glazed window to the front elevation.
8'2"x8'4" (2.49mx2.54m) with a night storage heater and secondary glazed window to the front elevation.
The garden is situated at the end of a pathway a short distance from the property and accessed via the door from the kitchen. It measures approximately 25'x24' (7.62m x 7.32m) and comprises gravelled areas, flower beds and an established Medlar tree.
Note: The main bedroom is situated above the adjoining properties first floor creating a flying freehold.
From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of Bath Street at the mini roundabout turn right into Christchurch Street West turning left into Nunney Road just before the traffic lights, proceed out of Frome in this direction, on entering the village of Nunney the property will be found on the left hand side just beyond the George pub.
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