DESCRIPTION A beautiful three bedroom stone built Barn conversion on the outskirts of the historic town of Frome. This property benefits from planning permission for the garage to be converted to an annexe, approximately 1.8 acres of land bordered with post and rail fencing, four stables and a separate hay store.
ACCOMMODATION Entering the property into the naturally light entrance hall which has doors leading to the reception room, Kitchen and downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen has a large Aga and integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. The work surfaces are wooden and there is hardwood flooring to complement the style of property and there is also access to the garden from here.
The well situated living space has dual aspect windows and a door leading to the garden. This room has exposed timbers giving it that real country barn feel, continuing through to the large dining area.
On the first floor there are three good sized doubles and family bathroom which comprises of a recently fitted with a three piece suite and shower over head, tiled throughout and a heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE To the side and rear of the property is the private garden which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed with stone walling and hedging. There is a gravel driveway providing ample parking and a stone brick and block building with two stables, both providing power, external water supply and separate doors. Adjacent is a double width garage with two single up and over doors electrically controlled, again having power and water supply. This building has planning permission to be converted into an annexe.
On the other side of the lane the paddock can be found. This is approximately 1.8 acres with four further stables and a separate hay store. There is water connected to the stable block and solar panel powering the electric fencing.
LOCATION The property is located on the outskirts of Frome. Frome is a historic market town with many notable buildings and features the highest number of listed buildings in Somerset. Frome offers a range of shopping facilities, a sports centre, several caf鳬 a choice of pubs, local junior, middle and senior schools, several theatres and a cinema.
Private schools are to be found in Wells, Bath, Warminster, Cranmore, Beckington, Glastonbury and Street. Communications are excellent with the A303 about 10 miles away and the M4 can be accessed at Bath. Mainline railway stations can be found at Westbury, Castle Cary and Bath, providing a London Paddington service and Warminster and Gillingham provide services to London Waterloo. Bristol airport is about 45 minutes away.