DESCRIPTION Plot 8 - the final plot on Phase 1 - available now. This Plot has one of the largest gardens on the development.
The house has oak flooring throughout the whole of the ground floor, with the first floor benefiting from carpet throughout the bedrooms and a fully tiled bathroom and en-suite. The kitchen comprises; a beautifully appointed 'Sheraton' kitchen, which includes quartz worktops and breakfast bar, a Neff induction hob, extractor and twin oven (including oven and grill facilities) with a hide and slide oven door. There is also an integrated dishwasher and fridge. The cupboards provide deep cantilevered corner shelving, a warming drawer and large pan drawers etc. The kitchen also benefits from a three-way tap providing hot and cold and instant boiling water. The kitchen opens onto the dining/family area, with bi-fold doors onto the rear south facing balcony, the largest on the development. Also on the ground floor is the generous lounge with a large window to the front and double doors opening into the kitchen. There is a well-appointed WC and a utility room. The upper floor enjoys a view to the rear over the densely wooded river valley and beyond. The property also features solid oak doors throughout, solid ash bannister rails, contemporary powder coated double glazing finished in grey and contemporary front doors with glazed inset and side panels.
The first floor provides a large landing with good sized airing cupboard, four bedrooms, a family bathroom and en-suite to the master bedroom. The family bathroom includes a free-standing roll-top bath.as well as a walk-in double shower. The en-suite also has a well-appointed shower and a double basin vanity unit.
OUTSIDE The Plot is finished with a lawn to the front, side and rear gardens, with a balcony leading from the kitchen/dining room. The driveway provides off-road parking and is brick paved. There is a garage with an electrically operated roller door, fully plastered and painted. This plot has one of the largest gardens on the development.
LOCATION The site is set within a few minutes' walk along the river from the town centre. Frome is a historic market town with many notable buildings and features the highest number of listed buildings in Somerset. The town offers a range of shopping facilities and is known for its small independent shops, artisan street markets, festival and cultural venues, a sports centre, several cafés, a choice of pubs, local junior, the new Steiner Academy, middle and senior schools, theatres and a cinema. It has thriving arts and vibrant music communities. Bath and Bristol are within commuting distance, and the local railway station connects to Westbury for London.