DESCRIPTION An opportunity to purchase a modern four bedroom detached house, situated within a small residential cul-de-sac in the heart of Wanstrow, a popular village between Frome and Bruton. The property includes front and rear gardens, driveway parking and attached double garage.
Upon entering the property, there is a spacious hallway with cupboard and downstairs cloakroom. The sitting/dining room is L-shaped with feature fireplace, space for a good size table and chairs and access through to a superb double glazed conservatory. There is a second reception room, a snug or home office, also accessed from the hall with window to the front. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of matching floor and wall units, tiled floor, water-softener plus an integrated dishwasher and cooker. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a useful utility room, located off the kitchen, leading into the double garage and out to the garden.
On the first floor, the Master bedroom is a particularly generous size (over 20' square) and benefits from built in wardrobes and en-suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms (two with built in cupboards) and a well-appointed family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
OUTSIDE At the front of the property, there is an area of front garden and a stone-chipped driveway providing ample off road parking which leads to the double garage. Attached to the property, the garage has two 'up and over' doors, light, power and internal door into the utility room. The enclosed rear garden enjoys plenty of sunshine throughout the day and is laid to lawn with two patio seating areas and surrounding flower beds. From the garden, there is access into a boiler room housing a floor-standing oil-fired boiler.
LOCATION Wanstrow is pretty village situated approximately four miles from Frome and just 19 miles from Georgian city of Bath. Within Wanstrow there is a church, a village hall and a popular public house which serves food. A couple of miles away at Nunney Catch, there is a petrol station with shop and an independent restaurant. The village borders picturesque scenery and lovely walks for all the family. There is a wide range of excellent schools in the area both public and private sectors including Downside at Stratton on the Fosse, Millfield at Street, Wells Cathedral School, Sunny Hill (Bruton School for Girls) and Kings School at Bruton. The main line railway station at Castle Cary is located only 10 miles away (London/Paddington in 90 mins) and from Gillingham, which connects to Waterloo.