DESCRIPTION The accommodation includes; an entrance hall, a spacious living room with double sash windows to the front and featuring a wood-burning stove. The kitchen/dining room is a great size and offers plenty of room to entertain in addition to the range of wall and base units. A rear porch leads into the gardens and a door leads down to the cellar which leads into the gardens and a door leads down to the cellar, which could suit a number of uses, including an extra reception room, or potentially a fourth bedroom.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
OUTSIDE Adjoining the front of the cellar is a store which is currently used to house logs for the wood-burner. To the side of the house is parking for two cars on the driveway. Side access leads to an enclosed garden with a lawn and a number of plants and shrubs.
LOCATION Trudoxhill is a charming village that benefits from a public house; village hall and children's play area. The nearby market town of Frome has enjoyed growing prosperity over recent years and offers an excellent selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Babington House, hotel and private members' club is also close by offering great leisure and recreational opportunities. The beautiful World Heritage City of Bath is also close by offering more extensive shopping alongside cultural and recreational amenities. Frome, Westbury, Warminster and Castle Cary stations provide rail services to London, Waterloo and London Paddington, whilst the A303 (M3) provides good road access to London and the wider motorway network, in addition to the A36, M4 and M5 all being within easy reach.
There are excellent schools close by including All Hallows, Millfield, Downside, Bruton and Wells Cathedral, in addition to those in Bath such as The Royal High School and King Edwards.