Opening the front door walking onto the coir mat you will straight away get a feel for the quality of what is to come. A protected area allows for coats to be hung and shoes to be stored away. Walking through onto the flag stone flooring this area is ideal for a quiet seating area in front of the wood burning stove and reading your favourite novel.
Open Plan Living
33' 1'' (max) x 29' 4'' (10.08m x 8.93m)
The downstairs accommodation makes best use of the open plan space, close to a 1000 sqft, created by the former coaching inn; yet has been designed to allow for designated areas, so to give a pleasant mix of open plan living with the feel of distinctive rooms.
Stepping from the flagstone floor onto the wooden flooring that runs through out the downstairs. A grand situation for entertaining your guests whilst still being able to be involved with the host in the kitchen.
The owners have sourced a Charles Rennie Mackintosh kitchen which sits to the rear of the property with double doors opening out onto the rear courtyard. Comprised of a range of wall and floor units with a stunning granite work-surface over. Washing up is done towards the rear with a ceramic sink drainer. Conveniently sitting in the heart of the kitchen is a sizeable island with granite work-surface and a range of cupboards and shelving under. You will enjoy cooking on the freestanding Leisure Cuisine Master cooker with five ring gas hob and there is space for dishwasher when you don't want to wash up by hand. The owners have a large welsh dresser to the side however had the foresight to fit required electrics for anyone wishing to fit more units.
Running across the left hand side of the property with dual aspect windows to the front and the side. The front windows enjoy wooden shutters which you can close when your ready to snuggle up in front of the wood burning stove. Lots of space to choose how you wish to lay out your sofas and chairs.
5' 5'' x 8' 6'' (max) (1.65m x 2.59m)
To the rear of the property and providing lots of space to decide how you wish to use. Currently being used as a pantry and having space for a fridge freezer. It would not be beyond the realms of possibility to create a utility room if so desired.
4' 1'' x 3' 1'' (1.24m x 0.94m)
A modern suite comprised of a low level wc and wash hand basin.
First Floor Landing
As you climb the stairs to the first floor you will be amazed at the space that welcomes you. Currently being used a library, however the forward thinking owners wired this area so it could be made into a further bedroom if so desired. Hallway then takes you through to the bedrooms and bathroom.
14' 3'' (max) x 11' 10'' (4.34m x 3.60m)
Walking into this bedroom to go to sleep will not be a hardship, set to the back of the property and ornate fireplace adds lots of character. Steps lead down to the en-suite.
5' 11'' x 10' 0'' (max) (1.80m x 3.05m)
You will enjoying soaking in the free standing bath with mixer taps and hand held shower piece whilst losing track of time in this beautifully presented bathroom. Wash hand basin with vanity unit under, low level wc and bespoke radiator. Painted wooden floor boards and large cupboard housing the gas boiler.
12' 1'' x 12' 10'' (max) (3.68m x 3.91m)
Stepping down into this double bedroom you will find lots of features on display. Built in wardrobes sit either side of the ornate fireplace and a old window to the rear now makes for a great shelving unit to show off some ornaments. Exposed beam runs through the middle signing off the character and charm.
9' 7'' x 12' 10'' (max) (2.92m x 3.91m)
A delightful double room sat to the front of the property with the added benefit of a wide wardrobe with double doors. Exposed beam runs through the middle of the room.
8' 2'' x 9' 10'' (2.49m x 2.99m)
If the en-suite got your attention then you won't be disappointed when stepping into this bathroom. A large free standing bath takes centre stage with tall bath spout over with additional hand held shower piece. To the side there is a base unit with ceramic wash bowl over. Low level wc and feature radiator.
24' 3'' (max) x 8' 3'' (inc skeeling) (7.39m x 2.51m)
As you walk into the attic room you realise that you are in a house that just keeps giving. Currently laid out as a television room however you may choose to use in other ways. Exposed beams on display and light coming through the dual aspect windows. Storage can be found over the stair well.
13' 1'' (max) x 9' 11'' (3.98m x 3.02m)
The current owners have created a utility area on this floor again thinking ahead should anyone want to use this as a self contained guest accommodation. Work-surface with space for washing machine and tumble drier under. Steps lead up to the roof garden. There is also a bench seat should you need to contemplate your thoughts.
6' 0'' x 11' 4'' (max) (1.83m x 3.45m)
A welcome addition to this upper level with light coming through the Velux window to the side. Fitted with ceramic sink, low level wc and step into the wide shower to the side. Mosaic tiling to the splash backs and wide tiling to the shower area. Chrome towel radiator.
You don't see many roof gardens in Frome and this one has got to be hard to beat. Decked out with artificial grass and providing uninterrupted views across the roof tops and out towards Cley Hill and the infamous Westbury White Horse. You will love whiling away those sunny afternoons relaxing in this unique atmosphere.
To the rear of the property you will find a quaint courtyard that is ideal for a relaxing morning coffee and croissant. Mainly laid to decking with a mixture of trellis in amongst the stone walls. You can let your imagination run wild with how to create a tranquil space with the addition of pot plants. Path continuing down to the outbuilding.
18' 1'' (max) x 13' 3'' (5.51m x 4.04m)
A great opportunity awaits you, subject to usual permissions, to create what your heart may desire within this stone outbuilding. Albeit a home office or studio. Currently with a mezzanine floor creating extra storage space. Single and double doors lead out onto Baker Street to the rear of the property.