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Property Summary*A substantial and characterful four bedroom cottage*Four reception rooms including a large double aspect garden room*Extensively refurbished within the last 8 years*Off road parking for at least 3 vehicles, landscaped south facing rear garden and pergola with large seating area*No onward chain
*A substantial and characterful four bedroom cottage*Four reception rooms including a large double aspect garden room*Extensively refurbished within the last 8 years*Off road parking for at least 3 vehicles, landscaped south facing rear garden and pergola with large seating area*No onward chain
ENTRANCE PORCH, SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE, SNUG/SECOND RECEPTION ROOM, DINING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN WITH INTEGRATED APPLIANCES, DUAL ASPECT GARDEN ROOM, UTILITY, CLOAKROOM, LANDING, FOUR BEDROOMS (THREE OF WHICH ARE DOUBLE SIZED), BATHROOM SEPARATE WC, AMPLE PARKING, PERGOLA, LANDSCAPED GARDENS TO LAWN.
The property lies within the attractive village of Trudoxhill which has a village pub and nearby open countryside. The neighbouring village of Nunney has a primary school, shop, tea rooms, pub/restaurant, church and village hall and the market town of Frome lies approximately 4 miles. The Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 15 miles.
The Shop is believed to be around 300 years old and has a later built extension creating the spacious and flexible accommodation. There are many exposed period features including a large inglenook fireplace to the sitting room, two window seats, retained beams and decorative timbers. The property has been subject of extensive refurbishment programme over the last 8 years including the replacement of the kitchen with Shaker style cream units, oak work surfaces and integrated appliances including a large Rangemaster cooker. The cottage has been completely re-wired and re-plumbed retaining the previous oil fired boiler. Extensive re-plastering was also carried out as part of the refurbishment and the property is in good decorative order throughout. The sitting room and snug both have open fireplaces one with a multi fuel stove the other with an wood burner, there is a dining room and a large double aspect garden room which is accessed off the kitchen and provides an excellent and versatile family space. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, a fourth single, bathroom and separate WC. The property is sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
With a upvc sealed part sealed double glazed front door, double glazed windows to either side and ledged and braced door to:
16'8"x10'10" (5.08m x 3.3m ) Enjoying dual aspect with double glazed windows to the front and rear elevation both with wooden window seats, oak panelling and staircase rising to the first floor with recess housing the oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators. Large original inglenook fireplace with exposed stonework, bresumer beam and a multi fuel stove, single radiator, ceiling beams access through to the kitchen and door to:
16'5"x9'7" (5m x 2.92m) Enjoying dual aspect with double glazed windows to the front and rear elevation and with a window seat to the rear, fireplace with a wood burning stove, double radiator and exposed ceiling beams.
13'9"x11'3" (4.19m x 3.43m) With a double radiator, double glazed window to the front elevation with deep window sill.
13'9"x7'6" (4.19m x 2.29m) With an extensive range of cream, wood grain Shaker style fitted units with solid oak work surfaces comprising a porcelain butlers sink with adjacent work surfaces incorporating a dishwasher, refrigerator, large Rangemaster cooker with double oven, grill, a five ring ceramic hob and warming plate, large Rangemaster cooker hood, glazed display cabinets and two access ways through to:
22'5"x16'9" (6.83m x 5.11m) narrowing to 7'8" (2.34m) This versatile dual aspect room has a range of modern double glazed windows to the rear and side elevation and with a half glazed door leading to the side pergola and patio area. Ceramic tiled floor, two double radiators, wall lights, exposed brick and stonework. Door through to through to:
8'8"x9'7" (2.64m x 2.92m) maximum. With space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier, access to a small roof area, obscure glazed window to the front and door to:
With a white suite comprising a low level WC, wash basin with tiled splash and an obscure glazed window to the front elevation.
With a double glazed window to the rear elevation, single radiator, two access ways through to the separate roof voids and large airing cupboard with slatted shelves and a factory lagged hot water cylinder and pressurised cylinder. Doors to:
14'x11'7" (4.27m x 3.53m) With a double glazed window to the front elevation and double radiator.
11'x9'5" (3.35m x 2.87m) With a single radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
10'10"x8'6" (3.3m x 2.59m) With a single radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
11'1"x8'4" (3.38m x 2.54m) maximum narrowing to 7'8" (2.34m) With a double glazed window to the rear elevation, single radiator and exposed ceiling beam.
With a white suite comprising panlled bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, tiled corner entry shower enclosure with a wall mounted Triton T80 electric shower, chrome finish vertical towel rail/radiator and an obscured double glazed window to the rear elevation.
With a white low level suite and obscured double glazed window to the rear.
To the front of the property is an area of hardstanding suitable for three cars with double doors to the side providing access to a wood store and pergola measuring approximately 15'x11'5" (4.57m x 3.48m) with beautiful paved area which is facing west and perfect for alfresco dining beyond which is the main garden which comprises flower beds, pathway leading to an area laid mainly to lawn with further flower beds, secluded seating area tucked into the rear of the property, vegetable area and an established cooking apple tree providing a shady spot. The garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is approximately 50' (15.24m ) in width by an average of 40' (12.19m) in length enclosed mainly by stone walling with and an area of timber fencing.
From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of Bath Street at the mini roundabout carry straight across into Butts Hill which in turn becomes The Butts carry straight across the next two roundabouts and at the Frome by pass take the second exit towards Nunney and Shepton Mallet, after approximately 2 miles take the turning sign posted Trudoxhill on the left hand side proceed into the village, the property will be found on the right hand side marked by a for sale sign and is just before the pub which opposite.
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