The former Salthouse studios and adjoining bungalow next to All Saints Church in Nunney are currently for sale.
A highly unusual opportunity to purchase a substantial bungalow in excess of 2,400 sq. ft., a studio house currently used as commercial premises and surrounding gardens and grounds totalling approximately 0.72 of an acre.
The properties both offer considerable scope for either development of the site as a whole or refurbishing and enhancing the existing properties, subject to the necessary consents being granted.
Driving through the village from the Nunney Catch direction, you reach The Church of All Saints on your right hand side and just beyond this you see a driveway which leads past the studio house and onto the bungalow.
The setting and surroundings are highly attractive and secluded whilst being in the heart of the village.
Built in the 1970s, the house is attractively set within the plot with gardens to the front and side of the building.
To the rear there is an excellent range of workshops and a store room that are attached to a substantial double garage with pitched roof.
The bungalow itself provides in the order of 2,400 sq. ft. of accommodation and has considerable potential to modernise to a buyer’s own specification.
Entering the property you are greeted by a very generous entrance hall running from front to rear. On your right hand side is a wonderfully spacious sitting room that has triple aspect and two sets of sliding French doors.
The hall then leads on through to the dining room, kitchen and downstairs cloakroom.
To the west side of the hall there are four bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom with bath and shower.
Upstairs you find two further bedrooms, the larger of which opens through to substantial eaves storage. There is also a very generous landing area that could be used as a study or playroom.
The property has historically been used commercially for offices. It provides one large room on the ground floor with kitchenette, cloakroom and entrance hall.
On the first floor there are two further reception rooms and a small office to the front of the building. To the side and opposite the property there is parking for a number of vehicles.
The approach and grounds of the property are particularly special with a great feeling of privacy and seclusion, whilst being in the heart of this very popular Somerset village.
The driveway sweeps up past the studio house and onto the bungalow. The gardens are very attractive and provide considerable scope for further enhancement and planting. There is a good range of herbaceous shrubs and trees.
These properties are currently for sale at a guide price of £850,000. Full details are available on Rightmove.
To view these properties or request more details, contact Crisp Cowley (Bath) Ltd, 1 Wood Street Bath BA1 2JQ, telephone 01225 686 060.