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This individual stone built home was commissioned and built in 1978 and one can see that quality was paramount in the owners mind. An entrance lobby leads into the reception hall with narrow oak floorboards and wooden panelling creating a good first impression. The light, spacious drawing room has windows providing views to the side and front gardens, plus a central fireplace with a ‘Jet Master’ open fire. The dining room looks out over the front garden and there is also a small sitting room, study, cloakroom and utility. The kitchen/breakfast room has a walk-in larder, a navy blue gas fired Aga and a separate electric oven and gas hob. A peninsular unit divides the kitchen from the dining area which has double doors leading directly out to the terrace and garden.
The panelled staircase rises up to the central landing with all the rooms leading off this spacious area. The master suite has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom and the three further double bedrooms are all well-proportioned and served by the family bathroom.
Beckington is a vibrant and attractive Somerset village offering good communications and an array of amenities, including Beckington C of E First School, Springmead Prep School, a church, a doctor’s surgery, two public houses within the village plus a super delicatessen/café. It is set in some lovely countryside, but benefits from practical communications including a regular bus service into Bath and Frome and railway stations in nearby Frome, plus main line stations in Westbury and Bath. School buses run from the village to Bath and Trowbridge. The historic town of Frome has more comprehensive amenities including secondary schools and a college, sports facilities, practical shopping as well as artisan boutiques and galleries, regular markets and two theatres. A popular destination nearby is Babington House, a fashionable country house hotel and private members club. The Georgian city of Bath is just over 10 miles away and has World Heritage status enjoying a variety of historic buildings, theatres, museums and other cultural attractions.
This charming stone built detached village home is approached via a gravel drive bordered by stone walling. The level front garden looks over the lane to the fields opposite. A pretty flower border is adjacent to the house and a double detached garage provides sheltered parking and practical storage space. The side garden has a tall evergreen hedge, a terrace running the depth of the house interspersed by sunken flower beds. The level side lawn has apple trees, vegetable beds and a greenhouse creating a very productive area.
Services: We have been advised there is mains connected gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Local Authority: Mendip District Council. Council Tax Band E.
Four Reception Rooms
Garage and Parking
Sought After Village
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