A stunning three double bedroom barn conversion set in a peaceful former farmyard in Buckland Dinham. Character aplenty throughout this home with exposed wood beams, vaulted ceilings, period features and lovely countryside views. Close proximity to the market town of Frome and its transport links to Bristol & Bath.
You approach this property along a stone path and delightful gardens to the front door. Once inside you are greeted by a high ceiling vestibule hallway with stairs to the first floor and access to all bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom one to the rear aspect is a very good size double room with sliding glazed doors opening up onto the rear garden. Similarly bedroom two is of a good size and also has a glazed door opening onto the rear garden. Bedroom three to the front aspect has views across the floral gardens. The family bathroom provides bath with shower and enclosed glass screen, low level WC and pedestal wash basin. Back to the hallway and stairs with exposed stone wall lead you up to the first floor landing and into the real wow room which is the lounge. This grand room is packed with character with exposed beam vaulted ceiling, feature log burner, exposed stone wall and views across the garden and beyond. Wooden steps take you up to the mezzanine which is currently used as a study but could become a great snug area too. The lounge leads to a conservatory with sliding glazed doors providing view of the garden and winding wrought iron steps take you down to the outside seating area. From here you access the spacious kitchen with modern units and appliances and with space for a family dining table. Externally the rear garden is an absolute delight and well stocked with flowers, beds, shrubs and fruit trees. There is a wooden pergola seating area and a gate to the rear gives you further access to the property. To the front of the property you find another delightful garden with log store and access to the large double garage/workshop.
The picturesque village of Buckland Dinham is situated just 3 miles from Frome on the A362 and is surrounded by beautiful Somerset countryside. It is within easy commuting distance of Bath (12 miles) and Bristol (20 miles). The village has a great community and the village hall provides many activities such as walking, history and sports groups. Furthermore in the village you will find a historic and beautiful 12th century Grade I listed church and a popular public house in The Bell Inn. Orchard Leigh Golf Club and Babington House Health and Country Club are located nearby and both provide fine dining experiences. The market town of Frome has a large range of shops, amenities, well known Sunday markets and a railway station with Bristol, London and West Country links. Other local towns within a short drive are Trowbridge and Midsomer Norton. The historic Georgian City of Bath is approximately 12 miles due north with its extensive range of shopping, cultural features and amenities.
Large double glazed floor to ceiling windows to the front aspect, quarry tiles to the floor, under stairs storage cupboard with boiler, further built in storage cupboard, two radiators, wall light, stairs to the first floor landing, doors to three bedrooms and a family bathroom, telephone point, exposed brick walls.
Triple built in wardrobe, carpet, radiator, double glazed doors opening into the rear garden.
Carpet, radiator, double glazed door and window opening into the rear garden, built in double wardrobe.
Neutral carpet, single built in wardrobe, full length double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator.
Bathroom suite comprises of bath with overhead electric shower and glass shower screen, wash hand basin, low level w.C, tiled floor, double glazed window to the rear aspect, wall mounted mirror, built in airing cupboard, wall mounted ladder radiator.
Quarry tiles throughout, exposed stone wall, wash hand basin, low level w.C, tiles to some walls.
First Floor Landing
Wooden balustrade from ground floor, new neutral carpet, exposed brick walls, doors to the kitchen and lounge.
With a range of wall and base kitchen units, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dish washer and Bosch washing machine, integrated electric Smeg oven, sink drainer unit, neutral tiles to the floor, double glazed windows to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, loft hatch with storage, tiled splash back, spot lights.
Jute flooring, floor to ceiling double glazed window with further double glazed door giving access to the rear garden via an external staircase, skylights to the roof further access to the lounge.
New neutral carpet throughout, wooden vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, large log burning stove, television point, exposed brick wall, two radiators, double glazed window to the front aspect with further skylight, wooden staircase to the attic room.
Currently used as a small study, with exposed beams and some wooden storage shelves, skylight.
A mature garden with some border shrubs, Magnolia tree, Amelanchier tree, rose bushes, log store, paved footpath leading to the stone built double garage.
Private garden enclosed with stone walls, several seating areas, and pergola with rose and honeysuckle vines, jasmine tree, apple, and plum and pear trees.
Stone built double garage with electricity and some further storage, further parking for two cars to the front of the garage.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb
Fibre optic broadband available up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £13,250.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.85%.
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Band - E
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