Leaze House Mews, Frome

£450,000 Guide Price


  • Ref: ALF_ALF2995
  • Type: Not Specified
  • Availability: Available
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • A modern three bedroom coach house
  • Beautiful conservatory
  • Enclosed gardens
  • No onward chain

Property Summary

*A three bedroom modern coach house*Three reception rooms including a large double glazed conservatory*Generous sized reception hall with cloakroom off*Private, well-stocked walled gardens*No onward chain.

Full Details

*A three bedroom modern coach house*Three reception rooms including a large double glazed conservatory*Generous sized reception hall with cloakroom off*Private, well-stocked walled gardens*No onward chain.


The New Coach House lies on the outskirts of Frome adjacent to Leaze House and less than a mile from Frome town centre.  The town is renowned for its range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants and has a monthly Artisans market.  There is a direct rail link to London and the Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 13 miles.

Built approximately 20 years ago by a local builder of repute the New Coach House was designed to replicate the original coach house which is situated to the other side of Leaze House.  This individual and impressive home has been the subject of further works by the current owner including the addition of a single storey extension to the rear providing a cloakroom and utility room and the further  addition of a conservatory/garden room which is accessed from the drawing room and overlooks the beautiful and well-stocked, walled gardens.  The kitchen has been completely refitted with a range of custom built units and there is a gas fired three oven Aga included.  The walled gardens have been landscaped in a tasteful and sympathetic manner stocked with flower beds, areas of lawn, patio and pergola.  To the rear of the property there a two large sheds with electricity and to the front parking for two cars.

Accommodation (all dimensions being approximate).
Reception Hall:
16'5"x8'6" (5mx2.59m) with a partly glazed front door and side panels, glazed archway through to the dining room, staircase rising to the first floor with cupboards and shelves beneath, two radiators and door to:
With a white suite comprising a low level WC, pedestal wash basin with glass splash-backs, single radiator and double glazed window to the side elevation.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room:
16'4"x10' (4.98mx3.05m) with a range of bespoke fitted units with polished granite work surfaces comprising an integral Bosch fridge/freezer, pullout larder cupboard unit, pan drawers and further drawers with soft closers, integrated dishwasher and a gas fired three oven Aga with handmade adjacent tiles.  Range of wall cupboard units incorporating a microwave oven and cupboard hosing a Worcester gas fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators.  Stainless steel sink with mixer tap, double glazed window to the front and stable door through to:
5'9"x5'3" (1.75mx1.6m) with a porcelain Butler sink, mixer tap, solid beech work surface and tiled splash-back, space and plumbing for washing machine, built-in cupboard with basket drawers. Hardwood stable door to the rear.
Dining Room:
12'1"x8'5"  (3.68mx2.57m ) with a single radiator and double glazed window to the rear.
Drawing Room:
15'10"x13'10" (4.83mx4.22m) with a pair of Gothic arched windows to the front elevation, two radiators, gas living flame fire with marble slips and hearth and decorative surround, bespoke bookcases to both sides of the chimney breasts with cupboards beneath.  Glazed French door to:
Conservatory/Garden Room:
15'x12' (4.57mx3.66m) Of painted wooden construction with sealed double glazed windows and roof on low walls and with a tiled floor, ceiling and window blinds (the eight central roof blinds are electrically controlled).  French doors leading on to the garden.
First Floor:
With a stone faux dove cote providing a means of ventilation in warm weather, access to the insulated roof space, linen cupboard with slatted shelves.  Doors to:
Bedroom 1:
16'5"x9'10"  (5mx3m ) enjoying dual aspect with a circular window to the front elevation and double glazed window to the side elevation.  Radiator, extensive built in bookcases to one wall and a built in double wardrobe to one wall with hanging rails and bi-fold doors.
Bedroom 2:
11'5"9'8" (3.48m2.95m) with a double radiator, built in double wardrobe with hanging rails and bi-fold doors,window to the front elevation.
Bedroom 3:
11'5"x6'4" (3.48mx1.93m) with a single radiator, double glazed window to the rear elevation, attractive built in corner wardrobe and door leading to a large eaves storage area with light connected.
Shower Room:
With a white suite comprising a large glass walk-in shower enclosure with wall mounted thermostatic shower, bidet, low level WC and vanity unit with an inset wash basin with cupboards beneath and a large mirror above.  Further cabinet, ceramic tiled floor and wall tiling to half height.  Vertical chrome finish towel rail/radiator and an obscure glazed window to the front elevation.  Note: this room could be reconfigured to accommodate a bath instead of a shower if required.
To the front of the property is a gravelled parking area for two cars with a central pathway leading to the front door.  To the right hand side of the house is a low stone wall with cock&hen detailing and a small gate opening on to a pathway flanked by lawns, flower borders with low boxed hedging, raised stone flower bed.  Double iron gates and a green oak arch frame with trellis on each side provides security and is to the main garden which is approximately 55' in width with an average depth of 33'.  It is laid to lawn with gravel and stone pathways, flower beds and with a green oak pergola providing shelter to a stone patio with semi-circular feature.  Beyond this is a further area of lawn with flower beds and a corner feature.  The original high stone walling affords a good degree of seclusion and encloses the garden.  Hidden in one corner are two purpose built slatted compost holders and an automatic watering installation covers a large part of the garden. In a yard separate by an iron gate there are two large garden sheds with electricity, a large storage chest and mini greenhouse.
Proceed to the top of Bath Street at the mini-roundabout bear right into Christchurch West at the next roundabout bear right into Vallis Way which in turn becomes Vallis Road, take the turning right immediately beyond Leaze House into Leaze House Mews, follow the road  around and the property will be found at the end of the driveway.

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