Set on Nunney high street and within a terrace of its peers, this beautiful home really does exemplify what a cottage of the period should be. Sympathetically refurbished to a high standard, this stunning home oozes character and charm at every turn.
With attractive elevations of stone under a pitched tiled roof, this cottage offers accommodation over two floors.
Stepping through the entrance door into the living room, you are greeted by a wonderful and no doubt original stone floor which continues through into the dining room and sets the tone for what is to be found elsewhere.
The living room is a superb space with which to while away your evenings and with a open fireplace with inset wood burner, makes a great place to enjoy as the winter nights close in. A door give access to the stairs which rise to the first floor and has useful storage cupboards set under the stair recess.
Moving through into the dining room, the attractive fire place trend continues with a fine example set onto one wall with useful storage cupboards to either side and wood panelling to the walls. A door opposite the fireplace leads into one of the nicest larder cupboards we have seen. A most welcome addition.
The kitchen is at the rear of the home and provides an array of eye and base level units under a laminate worktop with inset oven and hob, sink and drainer and space and connection for domestic appliances. French doors lead to the rear gardens and a door leads through a lobby with a sky light into the bathroom.
The bathroom is well finished with a bath with shower over, W/C and hand basin as well as wood panelling to the walls and an airing cupboard.
Rising to the first floor, the property has two bedrooms. The master is to the front of cottage and spans the width of the property, giving a spacious double with 2 double glazed sash windows to the front aspect. Again, there is an attractive fireplace and space in the recesses for wardrobes.
The 2nd bedroom is a well-proportioned room, which in turn looks out over the garden and has a fireplace.
The rear garden has been well thought out and beautifully landscaped to provide a superb space with which to enjoy the summer months. With a level patio of Indian sand stone directly abutting the kitchen which leads across a beautiful circular stone feature, there is lots for the eye to be drawn to. There are an array of raised stone planters and well-established flower and shrub borders and
steps to a further elevated stone patio. There is a useful stone shed with a pitched tiled roof and a log store.
*** AGENTS NOTE The neighbour to the left of the property has a right of way across the gardens should they need access ***
Nunney is a charming village set to the immediate South West of Frome and has a thriving community centered around the breath-taking back drop of the ruins of Nunney Castle, built in the 14th century and surrounded by a moat which still endures.
Nunney is well serviced and benefits from a SPAR shop, pub with restaurant, tea rooms, primary school, church, village hall and petrol station.
The town of Frome sits less than 3 miles away and was recently voted the finest place to live in the South West according to The Sunday Times and has a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and public amenities and is renowned for its eclectic range of independent shops, boutiques and cafes. The Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 15 miles away.
Leaving Frome on the A361 towards Shepton Mallett, continue for approx. 2 miles and turn right at Nunney Catch Roundabout taking the 4th exit. Follow the road down into the village, passing the school and the cottage can be found on the right hand side before reaching the village centre.