House-Hut Estate Agents present The Farmers Arms, a former public house with full planning permission for change of use to a private dwelling granted on 2.1.13, The property offers a unique opportunity to create a lovely country home. With a 38 foot main area, many additional rooms, car park and gardens. No onward chain.
The Farmers Arms Public house was formally called 'The Dolphin' and is a detached period property on the edge of the medieval town of Frome. In need of total renovation throughout this pretty three bedroom property offers an opportunity for someone to create a unique country home. Briefly as the accommodation exists at present there is a 38 foot bar area with three windows to the front and a lovely large brick fireplace. From here there are two kitchens, a cellar area and two cloakrooms. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, and a bathroom. Externally there is a spacious storage room with power and light. To one side is a car park and steps lead up to a landscaped and raised garden with views over open countryside. No onward chain.
Accessed via flagstone steps to front door.
Entrance Lobby Original solid wood painted front door. Window to Bar.
Main Bar - 38' 8'' x 19' 1'' (11.80m x 5.83m) max Four leaded windows to front and one to rear. Large wooden window seat. Large brick fireplace with wrought iron fire basket. Part parquay floor and part carpeted. Two radiators. Power points. Wall lights.
Kitchen One - 16' 0'' x 7' 7'' (4.89m x 2.32m) max Window to rear. Part glazed door to rear. Stainless steel worktop. Stainless steel industrial extractor hood. Tiled walls. Electric cooker point. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Power points.
Inner Hall Carpeted. Door to:
Toilets Two obscure windows to rear. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Tiled floor. Door to W.C. Obscure window to front. Low level W.C.
Toilets Obscure window to side. Two wall mounted corner wash hand basins. Radiator. Door to W.C. Low level W.C. And obscure window to side.
Kitchen Two - 9' 9'' x 7' 11'' (2.99m x 2.43m) Tiled floor. Power points.
Cellar Area - 10' 5'' x 9' 11'' (3.18m x 3.04m) Industrial extractor. Pumps for beer.
Side Entrance Door to side. Stairs rising to first floor.
Bedroom One - 14' 1'' x 13' 6'' (4.30m x 4.14m) max Window to side elevation. Radiator. Floorboards. Power points.
Bedroom Two Leaded window to front elevation. Radiator. Carpeted. Power points.
Bedroom Three - 13' 9'' x 8' 0'' (4.20m x 2.45m) Window to side elevation. Power points. Radiator. Carpeted.
Bathroom Two windows to rear elevation. Panelled bath with shower screen. Low level W.C. Wash hand bowl on wooden stand. Radiator. Vinyl flooring.
Outside External stone steps up to large storage room. Window to side. Power and light.To one side is a large car park providing parking for several vehicles. Wooden gate to rear of property.Steps up to landscaped gardens. These gardens are split in a gravelled area, surrounded by mature shrubs and trees. A lawned area with flagstone steps to a large raised flagstone patio with views over open countryside, this is part covered. There is another raised decked seating area with outside lights. Steps down to other side of property.
Vendors Note Full planning permission for change of use to a private dwelling was granted on 2.1.13. (2012/2479). Vat is applicable on purchase price if the buyer intends to continue business use, although if the purchaser's intention is to convert the public house to residential accommodation a 1614D declaration form can be submitted to waiver this. Beer raising equipment and signage is not included in the sale.
Area Set on the outskirts of Frome in a rural setting of Oldford. The property lies approx 1 ½ miles from the Frome bypass providing excellent road links to Bath and Bristol. The town centre lies approximately 1 ½ miles south and has a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, public amenities, a selection of local schools and a railway station with direct links to London Paddington. The nearby towns of Warminster, Trowbridge and Westbury are all within a short drive set in the beautiful countryside of Wiltshire. Surrounding open countryside boasts an interesting and picturesque network of walks including the Kennet & Avon canal, which passes through the Avon Valley. There are also excellent rail links from nearby Westbury. The stunning historic Georgian city of Bath lies approximately 13 miles distant.
Services Mains electricity, water and mains drainage. Calor gas.
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