Upon entering, through the entrance porch, a perfect place to store your coats and shoes, turning right will take you into the incredibly spacious reception room, complemented by the large front bay window, fireplace and a convenient little storage area. Continuing on into the kitchen/diner, which feels particularly light due to the large windows looking onto the attractive rear garden. This kitchen has everything you need with built in appliances, high and low cabinets, and plenty of space for a family sized dining table. You can open up the rear french doors, extending the living area through to the garden patio space. This property has been extended, giving you a large downstairs third bedroom, with a modern shower room directly opposite.

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Upstairs are an additional two double bedrooms, both with en suites.

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Outside, the beautiful rear garden is somewhere you can really relax and unwind. From its mature trees and shrubs, little seated areas, to the purpose built snug, complete with plumbing, including a separate W/C and underfloor heating. This really is a property that needs to be viewed in order to be fully appreciated.

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Frome

Fact: Frome has 14 huge tunnels underground that connect the town, known as ‘mystery tunnels’ as no one knows who built them!

Frome is a charming historic market town, with a wealth of historic architecture and a thriving performing arts scene. The town began as a Saxon Village. The name Frome is believed to come from a Celtic river named Fram, meaning brisk or fair. The history of Frome begins in the 7th century with a monastery being founded there, where a settlement soon grew. By the time of the doomsday book (1086), Frome had grown into a thriving little town, with an estimated population of 600. 

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