Price £420,000 Sale Agreed
  • Period Village House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Various Outbuildings
  • Two Large Receptions
  • Large Gardens
  • Parking for Several Cars

This attractive double fronted period cottage is situated in a quiet lane in the heart of this popular Somerset village which is surrounded by countryside and a myriad of public footpaths. The property offers stylish and very well presented accommodation designed for modern living whilst retaining a wealth of character and period features that include an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed stonework and wooden beams and lintels. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises, a large and fabulous living room with inglenook, study and a well appointed kitchen/diner on the ground floor. On the the first floor there are two good size bedrooms and a bathroom and on the third floor is a large double bedroom with exposed beams and 'A' frame. Outside and a real feature of the property is the wonderful large level garden to the rear which is mostly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature shrubs, bushes and trees. Within the garden there is a large wildlife pond, a vegetable garden, patio/barbeque area ideal for alfresco dining and numerous outbuildings that include a summerhouse/office, a large wooden shed and a greenhouse. Immediately outside the back door is a 'Mediterranean' style courtyard ideal for that morning coffee and to the front of the house is a further garden area, wood store and parking for several cars. This is sure to prove a very popular property and an early viewing comes highly recommended on this desirable village property.

Witham Friary is a small village situated between Frome and Bruton. It's mentioned in the Domesday Book and gets its name from a Carthusian priory. The Village Hall, the Parish Church and the Seymour Arms pub are at the heart of village life here. There's always plenty going on in Witham Friary, and visitors are always made to feel very welcome.

Living Room
20'7" x 17'3" (6.27m x 5.26m)

Kitchen/Diner
13'0" x 12'9" (3.96m x 3.89m)

Study
8'0" x 6'10" (2.44m x 2.08m)

First Floor

Bedroom
11'10" x 9'0" (3.61m x 2.74m)

Bedroom
11'10" x 7'10" (3.61m x 2.39m)

Bathroom
8'4" x 5'9" (2.54m x 1.75m)

Second Floor

Bedroom
18'1" x 11'2" (5.51m x 3.40m)

Outside

Garden

Front Garden & Parking



Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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