Last updated: Mon 3 Oct 2016

For sale: 3-bedroom cottage, Castle Street

Close to Nunney Castle, this characterful 3-bedroom cottage has been sympathetically renovated over the last seven years.

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The property lies just a stones throw from Nunney Castle. The village has an excellent pub with restaurant facilities and accommodation, a village school, village hall, shop, garage and even a fish & chip restaurant. Renowned also for its annual street fair the village has a true sense of community and lies less than 4 miles from the market town of Frome.

Believed to date from the early 1800’s this delightful period cottage is tucked away within a small lane opposite the Castle Kitchen tea rooms and virtually next door to the Castle.

The property has been the subject of a comprehensive renovation programme over the last seven years retaining much of the property’s original character to provide a property which will require minimum maintenance and could provide an ideal” lock up and leave”.

There is a contemporary fitted kitchen/dining room with polished granite work surfaces and integrated appliances which sits next to a vintage Rayburn which is original to the cottage and provides a sense of nostalgia.

The sitting room has a heavily beamed ceiling with a staircase which rises to the first floor on which there are two double sized bedrooms and a good sized bathroom. To the second floor there is an attic room which feels very separate from the rest of the accommodation and would provide an excellent peaceful study or additional bedroom.

Sitting Room – 14’4″x12’8″ (4.37m x 3.86m) With double glazed window to the front elevation, part glazed stable door, meters cupboard, night storage heater, ceiling beams, display fire place surround with stone detailing and wooden surround, staircase rising to the first floor and access through to:

Kitchen/Dining Room
– 16’10″x9’2″ (5.13m x 2.79m) average. With a comprehensive range of light wood effect fitted units with contrasting dark polished granite work surfaces comprising a stainless steel single bowl sink with mono bloc mixer tap, adjacent work surfaces with drawers and cupboards beneath and incorporating an integrated fan assisted electric oven and ceramic four ring hob, old Rayburn (non functional), eye level cupboard units incorporating extractor hood, beams, understairs storage cupboard, floor standing unit incorporating wine rack and book shelves, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window to the rear and door to the patio garden.

First Floor

Landing – With wooden stairs rising to the first floor, book shelf and doors to:

Bedroom 1
– 12’4″x9′ (3.76m x 2.74m) With ceiling beams and a double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom 2 – 15’3″x9’1″ (4.65m x 2.77m) average. With a wardrobe recess, night storage heater, beamed ceiling and double glazed window to the front elevation.

Bathroom – With a white suite comprising a panelled bath with adjacent ceramic wall tiling and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, chrome finish towel rail/radiator and airing cupboard housing a Megaflow hot water cylinder supplying pressurised domestic hot water.

Second Floor

Attic Bedroom Three – 15’2×10′ (4.62m x 3.05m) (floor measurements) With a wood clad ceiling, double glazed window to the rear slope and door to:

En-Suite Cloakroom – With a white low level WC, vanity wash basin with cupboard beneath and extractor.

Outside – To the rear of the property is a generous sized patio garden measuring approximately 23’x16′ (7.01m x 4.88m) average with views to the castle which is enclosed by a low wall and being paved with a wooden summer house with light connected. The patio garden is accessed from the kitchen door and also by a seperate door (which is also a right of way) from the front of the cottage.

This property is currently on the market with no onward chain at £325,000. 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.

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