6 Bedroom Farm House Sold STC
DESCRIPTION Approached via a tree lined driveway in the foreground of the former St Lawrence Church, this attractive and spacious former farm house was remodelled several years ago and now combines period style and bespoke oak joinery with a beautifully presented and well-appointed living space.
THE FARMHOUSE The entrance is grand with the front door opening into a large galleried reception hall with a Bath stone fireplace and multifuel stove inset, wooden panelling, exposed beams and oak flooring. A stone arch leads into the drawing room; a dual aspect room with windows overlooking the front and rear gardens, with a Bath stone fireplace and exposed beams. The sitting room has double doors into the rear gardens and a fireplace with wood burner inset and exposed beams. The dining room adjoins the kitchen and has double doors overlooking the gardens and lakes. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of wall and floor cabinets. A good size utility and boot room has ample storage cupboards and room for laundry machines with a downstairs cloakroom and external doors to the front and rear of the property.
An elegant oak stair case leads to a generous landing with exposed beams and panelling. The master bedroom enjoys a dual aspect windows and painted oak built in wardrobes. Across the landing is a bathroom with bath and separate shower and bespoke vanity unit. There are two further bedrooms and shower room on this floor. Another oak staircase leads to the attic which has three further bedrooms and a shower room.
The property is approached via a tree lined driveway leading to a large gravelled parking area with lawns and mature trees and a double garage.
The garage has an internal staircase which leads to a spacious office with window overlooking the drive. To the rear of the property gardens are outstanding and are laid mainly to lawn but are interspersed with mature borders, shrubs and trees. There are two large ponds and paved seating areas to make the most of the sun at different times of the day.
A paddock of 1.64 acres adjoins the garden with a separate vehicular access and a stone outbuilding/field shelter.
and is finished with a granite worktop. There is a red Aga and electric oven and hob and plumbing for a dishwasher.
THE COTTAGE Converted from the former stables with views of the pond and gardens, this single storey cottage has been tastefully converted by the current owners into a contemporary home which would make a super holiday let, annexe, guest suite or extended family home.
An entrance hall leads into a dual aspect sitting room with woodboring stove and oak flooring. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys views over the gardens to the front and is fitted with a range of fitted wall and floor cabinets and a velux window. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and there is a further double bedroom and shower room. The cottage enjoys views over one of the ponds and a mature hedge separates the two garden if required and a separate parking area at the end of the property can also be used if necessary.
LOCATION Woolverton is a small hamlet between the villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip and is 6 miles from Frome and 10 miles from Bath. Each village has an excellent primary school, public house, sports field, village shop and vibrant communities. Beckington also has the added benefit of a Marks and Spencer mini-supermarket and 24 hour garage and the outstanding and award-winning White Row Farm shop with Scallop Shell Fish and Chip shop. Babington House the private members club is located just outside Mells and the newly opened 'The Newt' just outside Castle Cary is fast becoming a very fashionable location. 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 leisure centre, several caf鳬 a choice of pubs, hospital and medical centre, local junior, middle and senior schools, several theatres and a cinema. Private schools are to be found in Bath, Beckington, Warminster, Bruton, Cranmore, Street, and Glastonbury. Bath and Bristol are within commuting distance, and the local railway station connects at Westbury for London, Paddington.
The surrounding countryside is beautiful with a variety of different and scenic walks with the canal at Bradford on Avon and Bath and scenic villages like Freshford, Iford and Limply Stoke all on the doorstep.
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