New Buildings, Frome
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- A substantial three bedroom cottage
- Two reception rooms in addition to a kitchen/breakfast room
- Good sized rear garden
Property Summary*Believed to date from the early 1800's this substantial three bedroom cottage has two main reception rooms in addition to a large kitchen/breakfast room*Generous sized enclosed south facing rear garden*Opportunity to create an additional bedroom by converting the front loft area
*Believed to date from the early 1800's this substantial three bedroom cottage has two main reception rooms in addition to a large kitchen/breakfast room*Generous sized enclosed south facing rear garden*Opportunity to create an additional bedroom by converting the front loft area
ENTRANCE HALL, SITTING ROOM, INNER HALL,LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, LANDING, THREE BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN.
The property lies within an attractive older part of the town less than 1 mile from the town centre. Frome has an eclectic range of independent shops, boutiques, cafes and bistros and is renowned for its Artisans market. The Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 13 miles.
Believed to date from around 1800 the facade to this property belies the substantial accommodation which it has to offer. The property has been the subject of extensive works over the last 10 years to create a spacious and comfortable family home. With two main reception rooms including a good sized living room/dining room beyond this is a generous sized kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling and French doors leading onto a generous sized south facing enclosed rear garden. To the first floor there are two double sized bedrooms, a further single bedroom into a and a bathroom.There is scope (subject to the usual planning consent) to convert the loft creating a fourth and double sized bedroom.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
With a part obscure glazed door front door, steps leading down to an inner hall which has a staircase and half landing rising to the first floor, radiator, double glazed window to the side and access to the living room/dining room.
13'2"x12' (4.01m x 3.66m) average. With a stone mullion window with double glazed units to the front, window seat, open fireplace with a painted stone surround, beam and double radiator.
23'10"x10' (7.26m x 3.05m) average. With two double glazed windows to the side elevation, two single radiators, exposed stone work and fitted bookshelves. Access through to:
19'4"x9'11" (5.89m x 3.02m) With a vaulted ceiling rising to the apex of the roof giving a maximum height of 9'6" (2.9m). This splendid double aspect room has a range of white high gloss fitted units comprising a single drainer porcelain sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven, hob and pan drawers. Tiled floor with electric under floor heating, boiler cupboard housing a Worcester gas fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators, two double glazed roof lights, double glazed window to the side and French doors with double glazed side panels leading onto the rear garden.
With steps rising to split level areas and in turn to the:
14'10"x13'4" (4.52m x 4.06m) With a painted wood floor, double glazed windows to the front, double radiator, exposed beam and built-in wardrobes. Access via a wooden fold down ladder to a large roof space which has a double glazed roof light to the rear slope and first fix electrics in anticipation of conversion to create an additional bedroom (subject to the usual planning consent).
10'9"x10'10" (3.28m x 3.3m) plus door recess. With a double radiator, built-in wardrobe and double glazed windows to the rear and side elevation.
10'x6'3" (3.05m x 1.91m) With a single radiator, double glazed window to the side elevation and with a built-in bed base with cupboards beneath and top to accept a standard single sized mattress.
With a white suite comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, single radiator, double glazed window to the side elevation and linen cupboard.
Outside:The garden is a particular feature of the property measuring over 60' (18.29m ) in length with an average width of 36' (10.97m) comprising a paved patio, side paved and gravelled area with shrubs and bushes and further area laid mainly to lawn with established trees, shrubs and bushes and is enclosed by timber fencing. There is a wooden garden shed.
Directions:From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of Bath Street at the mini roundabout carry straight across turning left into Keyford just before the fire station and at the traffic lights turn left into Locks Hill and then take the turning into New Buildings Lane and follow the road to the end bearing right into New Buildings where the property will be found on the left hand side marked by a for sale sign.
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