High Street, Rode, Frome

£375,000 Offers in Excess of


  • Ref: ALF_ALF3049
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Available
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1

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Property Summary

* A characterful two double bedroom (with third occasional bedroom) stone built former Weavers cottage*Sitting room*Fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and range* Generous sized garden with a stone and timber office/workroom, decking area, hot tub and garden.

Full Details

* A characterful two double bedroom (with third occasional bedroom) stone built former Weavers cottage*Sitting room*Fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and range* Generous sized garden with a stone and timber office/workroom, decking area, hot tub and garden.


The property lies within the attractive village of of Rode which has two public houses, a post office/store, primary school, church, village hall and chocolate factory. Neighbouring Beckington has a Marks & Spencers store attached to a petrol station, tea room, primary school and independent school whilst more extensive facilities are available in nearby Frome which lies approximately 4 miles. The Georgian city of Bath lies 10 miles.

Believed to date from the late 1800's this former Weavers cottage has many retained period features and affords good sized accommodation which is over three levels. The sitting room has an open fireplace and there is gas fired central heating to radiators throughout. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and incorporates a dishwasher, fridge, tumble drier, slot-in electric cooker and an old cast iron range. Situated a short distance from the cottage is an enclosed garden which incorporates a stone and wooden built office/work room beyond which there is decking area, hot tub and garden. 

Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.

Entrance Porch:
With a part glazed front door and further part glazed door to:

Sitting Room:
16'7"x14' (5.05m x 4.27m) With a sash window with shutters to the front, open fireplace with stone surround, understairs storage cupboard with door and staircase rising to the first floor, cupboard housing a gas fired boiler, radiator within a radiator cover, recessed glazed display cabinet with cupboards beneath and access to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:
11'7"x10'7" (3.53m x 3.23m) With a range of light coloured Shaker style fitted units with contrasting beech block work surfaces and incorporating a one and a half bowl porcelain sink, integrated appliances, Welsh dresser unit, eye level cupboard units, radiator and double glazed window to the rear and part glazed door to the rear. 

First Floor:

With a part glazed door and staircase rising to the second floor and further door to:

Bedroom 1:
13'9"x11'10" (4.19m x 3.61m) average. Plus recess and with built-in wardrobes to one wall and sash window to the front. Double radiator

With an elegant free standing bath with shower attachment, vanity wash basin with cupboard, low level WC with a concealed cistern and a tiled shower enclosure with a rain shower and separate hand shower. Ceramic tiling with under floor heating vertical towel rail/radiator and a sash window to the front elevation. 

Second Floor:
Occasional bedroom 3/Dressing Room 14'3"x8'6"  (4.34m x 2.59m ) With a sash window to the rear elevation, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, store cupboard and access to a loft area which measures approximately 18'7"x10' (5.66m x 3.05m) (floor measurements) with a maximum height of 5'4" (1.63m) and with a roof light to the rear slope. 
Bedroom 2:14'2"x10'3" (4.32m x 3.12m) With built-in wardrobes including a hanging rail and separate shelves, double radiator and sash window to the front elevation.
Gardens:The garden is accessed via a path a short distance from the property and is approached via a wooden gate, immediately to the right there is a stone built work room/office which measures internally 12'x6' (3.66m x 1.83m) with two upvc double glazed windows and door, power and light connected and with a separate side store beyond this is a patio and area of decking with glass and perspex panels providing shelter and leading to a large hot tub with associated pump integrated heater and filter. Beyond this is an area of garden laid mainly to lawn with a green house and wooden shed. The garden in total measures approximately 80' (24.38m) in length by 17' (5.18m) and has external power supply and lighting enjoying a westerly aspect.
Directions:From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of North Parade and at the  junction with Bath Road bear left through the traffic lights and out of the town towards Bath, beyond Old Ford carry straight across the first and second roundabouts, turning right at the third roundabout towards Rode, take the turning left immediately after the Bell Inn and at the junction with the High Street turn right and the property will be found on the left hand side marked by a for sale board.

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