This stone built character cottage is sure to appeal to those looking for a detached family home, with private, secluded and enclosed gardens, extensive driveway parking and a garage/workshop. The property is also within walking distance of local amenities.
With the front door opening from the gravel drive to a large L-shaped Entrance Hall, doors then open to the Sitting Room / Dining Room and to the Kitchen / Breakfast Room and stairs rise to the first floor. The Sitting Room is around 21ft long, triple aspect and with doors to the garden. In one corner is a feature fireplace, with stone surround. The Kitchen; over 14ft long, is fitted with a range of modern units, has space for a table and chairs and again has doors opening to the gardens. To the first floor, there are three bedrooms, with the main bedroom measuring 15ft x 10ft. The rooms are bright and airy with Velux windows, allowing plenty of light. The Family Bathroom is fitted with a matching white suite and has both bath and shower.
Approached via wooden five bar gate and along a private gravel drive, the property is set in a private spot and offers parking for a number of cars. The driveway gives access to a large stone-built garage/workshop and a gate opens at the side of the cottage, to private and enclosed gardens. Mainly laid to lawn, the rear garden is south facing, with doors opening from the Kitchen / Breakfast Room and double doors opening from the Sitting Room. The gardens, measuring approximately 70ft by 30ft, are planted with a variety of trees and shrubs and in one corner is a fruit and veg patch.
The increasingly popular market town of Frome is the largest market town in Somerset, with a thriving arts community and good shopping including, a host of small independent shops, two theatres, a cinema and a sports centre and direct rail services to Bath and Salisbury. Frome has recently voted one of the top six places to live in England by 'The Times' newspaper.
Transport links are good with a railway station in Frome that connects to Westbury and from there, to London Paddington or the South West.
There are excellent state schools in the area and independent schools include Downside, All Hallows, Millfield, Wells Cathedral and the Bath schools. Most schools provide transport.
On approaching Frome, stay on the A361 for Trowbridge and continue until reaching the roundabout with the first exit signposted ‘Keyford Area / B3092’. Turn here and follow the road along for approximately a mile, taking the left hand turn into Lower Keyford. Number 43a will be found after around 300 yards, on the left hand side.
Mains water, mains drainage. gas central heating.
Mendip District Council 0300 303 8588.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01749 671172
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.