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Ragg House is an attractive stone built gabled village home standing in an elevated position with beautiful gardens and views. Accessed via a driveway softened by deep borders, the entrance leads into an impressive reception hall at the heart of the house. Also used as a dining room, this entrance opens through double doors into the drawing room which benefits from a triple aspect overlooking the garden. This flow of reception rooms continues with a cosy siting room also light and airy with a triple aspect. When the house was built nearly thirty years ago the kitchen was well planned and fitted with solid oak units plus an Aga. Adjacent to the kitchen is access to plenty of practical space including a utility room, double garage, green house and garden shed. An oak stair case rises to the first floor where there are five bedrooms including the master suite with dressing area and private bathroom. All the rooms of this super village home benefit from a pleasant aspect.
Within the village of Kilmersdon there is a primary school, country pub as well as a busy village hall. Nearby is the private members club and hotel, Babington House. The market town of Frome is nearby and is well regarded for its independent shopping, theatre and arts events. Kilmersdon is approximately 12 miles from both historic cities of Bath and Wells.
Ragg House is approached via a drive offering plenty of parking to the front of the house and leading to the double garage. It is enclosed by Beech hedging and fencing and bordered by attractive flower beds and mature shrubs. Two Magnolias and a Silver Birch add to the back drop. To the rear, the gardens have been beautifully designed with a stone terrace adjacent to the kitchen and drawing room. An attractive herbaceous border has a back drop of Beech hedge to divide it from the vegetable garden with raised beds, green house and shed. The lawn is bordered by further attractive flower beds with three ancient apple trees dating back to the original orchard that was once planted here generations ago. Rose beds continue into a pretty side garden and a further path that leads down the lane has been planted as a little woodland to add even further interest to this charming garden.
Services: All mains connected. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band G.
3 Reception Rooms
Kitchen With Aga
Close To Babington House
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