A beautiful 2-bedroom Victorian cottage with a wealth of original period and a well-stocked cottage garden is for sale on the High Street in Nunney.
The property is situated within the thriving and attractive village of Nunney which has the beautiful Nunney Castle ruins, a shop, pub with restaurant, tea rooms, primary school, church, village hall and petrol filling station.
The village is picturesque and less than 3 miles from the market town of Frome which 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.
It is rare to find a period property which has been sympathetically renovated and with so much attention being paid to the overall finish.
The property has been the subject of an extensive renovation programme and has new woodendouble glazed corded, sliding sash windows to the front with restored windows to the rear.
There are original flag stone floors to both reception rooms and with a wood burning stove to the sitting room with beautiful stone surround and an original cast iron range to the dining room.
Accessed from the dining room is a shelved pantry which is adjacent to the kitchen which has many cupboards and an integrated oven and hob.
French doors from this room lead to a beautiful cottage garden with well stocked flower borders, a stone shed/store and stone walling creating an oasis of calm at the rear of the property. To the first floor there are two bedrooms both of which accommodate double beds.
All dimensions being approximate.
13’7″x11′ (4.14m x 3.35m) With an original panelled front door, double glazed sliding sash window to the front with pine window sill, flagstone floor, open fireplace with a wood burning stove and original stone surround. Understairs cupboard with power connected suitable for a tumble drier and further cloaks cupboard. Door to staircase rising to the first floor and door to:
12’4″x7′ (3.76m x 2.13m) With an original flagstone floor, panelling and an original cast iron stove with small ovens and built-in cupboards with drawers and display cabinets to either side. Original rear window, door to the kitchen and:
With a flagstone floor, three layers of shelving, light and power connected.
9’4″x8’1″ (2.84m x 2.46m) With a comprehensive range of pine fronted fitted units with contrasting granite effect work surfaces comprising a stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink with mono bloc mixer tap, adjacent work surfaces with drawers and cupboards beneath and incorporating a stainless steel finish fan assisted oven and four ring ceramic hob, eye level cupboard units incorporating a stainless steel finish extractor hood and two glazed display cabinets.Space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge and freezer. Quarry tiled floor, double ten pane glazed French doors onto the rear garden and further door to:
Velux roof and shelving.
With a white suite comprising a panelled bath with adjacent panelling and wall mounted Bristan electric shower and glazed shower screen, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, adjacent panelling, chrome finish vertical towel rail/radiator and obscure double glazed window to the rear. Storage cupboard with water tank.
With access to an insulated roof space and doors to:
13’6″x11′ (4.11m x 3.35m) With two double glazed sliding sash windows to the front elevation, night storage heater and original fireplace with a cast iron grate and decorative, painted wood surround.
16’5″x7’1″ (5m x 2.16m) With a strip wood floor, original fireplace with a decorative wood surround and cast iron grate, two multi pane windows to the rear. Storage heater.
To the front of the property is a small border and to the rear of the cottage is an enclosed garden which measures approximately 23’2″ (7.06m) in length by 15′ (4.57m) in width and comprises a central brick feature with low natural stone walls and raised flower beds, an Indian sand stone area immediately to the rear of the house, log store and steps leading to a further area which is paved with Indian sand stone and leads to the former toilet which is an old stone building and provides an excellent store.
Note: There is a right of way for the benefit of the adjoining property across the bottom of the garden and equally a right of way for the benefit of number 4 across the adjoining cottages ( 3,2 &1).
From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of Bath Street turn right at the mini roundabout into Christchurch Street East and then left just before the traffic lights near Badcox into Nunney Road carry on out of Nunney Road for approximately 2 miles and on entering the village of Nunney carry on through the village past the pub on the left hand side and into the High Street where the property will be found on the left hand side.
This property is currently for sale at a guide price of £285,000. Full details are available on Rightmove.
To view this property or request more details, contact McAllisters, 13 Market Place, Frome, Somerset BA11 1AB, telephone 01373 597 004.