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An exceptional mid terrace double fronted grade II listed stone built Cottage which has fascinating structural & local history attached. Originally gifted to the charity school and Almshouses in Frome in 1670. The cottage was later extended in 1846. Recently the cottage has undergone an extensive rebuild and refurbished throughout. Keeping the history and original features the main focus of the refurbishment. The property offers beautiful handmade Bath stone fire place, a bespoke solid oak & glazed panelled lead from the hallway to the lounge including a solid oak door and wrought iron door finishing’s leading from entrance hall into the lounge providing lots of natural light. Within the heart of the cottage you’ll find a Inglenook fire place with wood burner and original bread ovens – now used only as a feature. On the first floor you'll find three good sized bedrooms and a wow factor hallway which is of an unusually large size for a period cottage with exposed original trusses with new oak timbers. The rear garden is terraced and landscaped.
On Street parking, Landscaped garden with patio, wood store and terrace lawned areas
Fascinating history both structural and local.
Great access for commuters - A36 on your door step making access to Bath, Trowbridge & Frome simple.
Westbury/ Trowbridge Railways stations offer access to London Paddington & Waterloo stations.
School bus pick up for various Bath schools
Split Gas central heating controls
Wood burner hot water back up
Great living space
Quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
Access to Bath via A36 - 11 miles
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate