The property is located within a quite cul de sac, close to Frome Community College.
The ground floor offers flexible living with a large primary reception area, leading to a separate dining room. From here you can continue on to the fully fitted modern kitchen, or walk through to the conservatory, which looks out onto the rear garden. Off of the kitchen is a separate utility room, cloakroom and access to the garage.
Upstairs are five well-proportioned bedrooms, along with the family bathroom.
Outside is a low maintenance rear garden, off street parking and integrated garage.
The property is conveniently situated. Being just a short walk to Frome Community College, the property is also not far from Selwood Academy and the town centre. There are also various shops and amenities close by for your everyday needs.
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.