Providing flexible living accommodation, this property boasts a stunning primary reception room with bay window and character fireplace, an additional reception room, a fully fitted kitchen, separate utility room with access to the garden, and a downstairs bathroom.


Upstairs is the second bathroom, and four reasonably sized bedrooms, with the primary bedroom being particularly spacious and light thanks to its multiple windows, including a large bay window.


Outside, the low maintenance garden stretches out past the rear of the property, leading to an area that has the potential to provide off street parking.


This has been a loving family home for many years. This property gives the eventual buyer the opportunity to add their own mark, and create their own family home.



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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