- Part of a Select Development
- Small Garden
- Carport & Parking
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Very Well Presented
- Sought After Village Location
Tucked away in a quiet corner, this superb property forms part of a small select development of four similar properties situated on the edge of this sought after village, which lies between the World Heritage City of Bath and the popular Somerset market town of Frome. The property offers very well presented and stylish accommodation and is finished to a high standard throughout. On the ground floor there is a light, bright living room, a well appointed kitchen/diner (also with skylight to the rear), roomy understairs cupboard and a cloakroom with oak topped cupboard and WC. On the first floor you will find two double bedrooms with large eaves storage. The bathroom has a contemporary feel, with a luxurious walk in shower. and a lovely bathroom with a large walk-in shower. The property benefits from gas central heating, is double glazing throughout and outside to the front there is an enclosed well stocked cottage garden, perfect perfect for entertaining due to the private nature of the frontage. There is also an Oak framed carport (boarded out above for further storage) with a car parking space plus an additional parking space (uncovered). This really is a lovely village home and an early viewing comes highly recommended. No onward chain.
Beckington is a very popular village which is situated approximately 12 miles south of the World Heritage City of Bath and 3 miles from the popular market town of Frome. The reason the village is so popular is due to its excellent local amenities which include a pre-school, an independent co-educational preparatory school, a C of E village school, C of E Church, Baptist Chapel, Café/delicatessen, two public houses, doctors surgery, community hall, tennis club, cricket club and a garage/convenience store and the very highly regarded White Row farm shop. Countryside walks and footpaths are plentiful. Beckington is a vibrant, friendly village, attractive architecturally, interesting historically and set in some lovely countryside and with its good communications it is indeed a fortunate village in which to live.
18'9" x 10'10" (5.72m x 3.30m)
19'2" x 8'1" (5.84m x 2.46m)
12'7" x 11'0" (3.84m x 3.35m)
12'7" x 9'0" (3.84m x 2.74m)
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