Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2
Detached | 4 bedrooms | Attic space for potential creation of further bedrooms | Plot approx 0.66 acres | ample off street parking.
A classical grade II Listed Farmhouse in the centre of the village. The property is entered via an entrance hall with tiled via floor and stairs to the first floor. There is a spacious drawing room off the enrance hall with sash window complete with window shutters overlooking the front garden. A Jetmaster fire sits in the wooden and marble fireplace. Doors lead into the conservatory which enjoys views over the gardens to the side. The dining room part of the original medieval house has a sash window with shutters to the front, exposed beams and a large inglenook fireplace with wood burner and bread oven. A door leads to a further staircase to the first floor. An extension to the rear provides a farmhouse style kitchen and breakfast room with a blue 4 oven Aga with hotplate, fitted with a range of wall and floor cabinets and an electric oven and hob, double doors lead on to the patio and gardens. The rear entrance hall has a flagstone floor and there is also a cloakroom and utility room. The first floor has a spacious landing with sash window to the front. The master bedroom is large with windows overlooking the rear garden, a bathroom with separate shower adjoins. A further double bedroom has windows to the side and rear and an en-suite with bath and shower. A twin room at the front of the house adjoins the family bathroom. There is another double bedroom to the front of the house with a further shower room and dressing area. An enclosed winding staircase leads to the attic where there are three rooms all with exposed beams, which could be bedrooms or a work suite. The attic rooms have windows to both gable ends and to the rear gardens.
The gardens mainly lie to the side and rear of the
house with a small area to the front and are level
and well stocked with a variety of mature plants,
shrubs and fruit trees. The gardens are enclosed by timber fencing and border a paddock to the rear. There is a small wildlife pond, gravelled paths and a patio area outside the kitchen.
To the side of the house is a tarmac parking area
with ample parking for several cars.
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items regarded as tenant's fixtures and fittings, together with the fitted carpets, curtains and light fittings are specifically excluded from the sale. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiation.
Trudoxhill has a friendly village pub, a village hall
and good community spirit. The picturesque neighbouring village of Nunney has a village shop, post office, excellent Gastro pub, garage and historic Nunney Castle. The market town of Frome is 3 miles away and features the highest number of Listed buildings in Somerset. Frome offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, including Marks & Spencer, a sports centre, two theatres, cinema, several cafés, a choice of pubs, and local junior, middle and senior schools. Communication links are excellent with Bath & Bristol within commuting distance with the A303, A36 & M4 & M5 all within easy reach. Access by rail is found locally with stations at Frome, Bath, Westbury, Warminster and Castle Cary.
Guide Price £1,500,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £1,100,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £1,000,000 Freehold