The Old Brewery, Rode, Frome
Property Summary*An exceptional two double bedroom apartment within a former Brewery* Good sized versatile accommodation incorporating a splendid open plan kitchen/dining/living room with galleried reception room above* Master bedroom with en-suite shower room* Fitted kitchen with integrated appliances.
*An exceptional two double bedroom apartment within a former Brewery* Good sized versatile accommodation incorporating a splendid open plan kitchen/dining/living room with galleried reception room above* Master bedroom with en-suite shower room* Fitted kitchen with integrated appliances.
SHARED ENTRANCE HALL, PRIVATE ENTRANCE HALL, BEDROOM TWO, BATHROOM, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR LIVING ROOM, CUPBOARD, MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM.
The property forms part of the former Fussells Brewery within this attractive and thriving village. Rode has a primary school, post office/village store, several pubs a village hall and The Mill restaurant towards Woolverton. There is a bus service from the village to Bath and the market town of Frome which lies approximately 5 miles. The property is situated close to the A36 Warminster Bath Road making it an easy commute for Bath or further afield.
Forming a sizable part of the Brew House Tower this property has been converted to a high standard observing some of the original features of the building and with a large floor to ceiling window creating an excellent feature to both reception rooms. Having an light and airy feel in the main living room/dining room there is a galleried landing above which forms part of the second and good sized reception room. The apartment has gas fired central heating to radiators and such high quality features as a fitted kitchen with polished granite work surfaces, integrated dishwasher, refrigerator, oven and hob.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
Shared Entrance Hall:
With door to:
Private Entrance Hall:
With a single radiator, door to the dining room/sitting room, cupboard ideal for housing a freezer and further door to:
With a white Heritage suite comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment, complete ceramic wall tiling, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, vertical rail/radiator and shaver point.
14'6"x7'7" (4.42m x 2.31m ) With a single radiator, bespoke built-in wardrobe with oak doors, cupboard to the side and further chest of drawers, double radiator and double glazed arch window to the front.
Living Room/Dining Room:
With adjacent kitchen area, the main reception area measuring 19'8"x14'7" (5.99m x 4.44m) with a large galleried area with maximum height of 15'5" (4.7m) creating a wonderful feature with plenty of natural light coming in from the large 9'8x7'8" (2.95m x 2.34m) opening with double glazed French doors and adjacent window which lead onto a private terraced area. There are two double radiators, an oak staircase rising to the first floor and kitchen which measures 9'10"x7' (3m x 2.13m) and has a range of light wood effect fitted units with contrasting polished granite effect work surfaces, stainless steel integrate Siemens four ring hob with an electric fan assisted oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. Eye level cupboard units incorporating a stainless steel extractor hood with an adjacent exposed brick walling. Under the stairs is a recess with space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Additional Living/Study Area:
18'9" (5.72m) maximum x 14'9" (4.5m) maximum. With two double radiators, a shelved storage cupboard, door and adjacent window leading through to:
17'2"x15' (5.23m x 4.57m) With an arched double glazed window to the front, two single radiators, built-in double wardrobe with further cupboard beyond it incorporating a gas fired combination boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators and also providing additional storage space, arch window to the front elevation and door with glazed panel to:
En-Suite Shower Room:
With a tiled shower enclosure with a wall mounted thermostatic shower, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, vertical towel rail/radiator and an obscure glazed window to the side elevation.
Accessed via French doors from the living room is a small patio area which measures approximately 15'x4'10" (4.57m x 1.47m) enclosed by metal railings and adjacent to a communal courtyard area.
The property is a leasehold property held on a 999 year lease which commenced approximately 12 years ago and there is a management cost currently of £64 per month which does include buildings insurance.
On leaving Frome on the Bath Road (B3090) continue through Oldford and carry straight on the first two roundabouts on the A36 and at the next roundabout by the garage bear right onto the A361 towards Rode, take the turning left just after The Bell pub into Church Lane, carry along this road for approximately 1/2 a mile and at the junction with High Street bear left and the property will be found via a pedestrian access on the left hand side.
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