Properties in Frome

If you are a gardener - this could be your dream

Rivendell is a vibrant and characterful home which dates back to circa 1780, and occupies a lovely position in Great Elm with far-reaching views across its gardens and beyond.

The semi-detached house has two to three bedrooms but it is the gardens which are a superb feature of the house, comprising large lawns, mature trees, a large entertaining terrace and a pond. There is also a garden shed and a greenhouse in all, approximately 1.27 acres.

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The four bedroomed home in Frome

This detached Frome family home with separate detached two bedroom bungalow, sat behind an electric gate with a brilliant location close to both the train station and the town centre.

Available with no onward chain, the opportunity to acquire a property of this nature - ideal for multi generational living or perhaps even offering an income stream - is rare, so this is certainly not a property to be missed.

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The home - as you might expect - also has its own chapel

The Old Vicarage is an eight bedroomed stunning home and all agree it is one of the most significant properties in Frome. Dating back to 1744 with later alterations, and built for Rev. Lionel Seaman, the house is constructed of ashlar stone with hipped stone roof and is strikingly beautiful with wonderful symmetry.

The accommodation now over floor floors but was originally built as a two storey house with a basement and attic, Throughout the home there are wonderful period decorative features, including original fireplaces, panelled doors, sash windows and ornate ceiling mouldings. Both the drawing room and kitchen overlook the beautifully landscaped garden and the kitchen provides stepped access in to the formal garden.

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This detached home has additional energy efficiences

This four bedroomed home has been extended and remodelled with an excellent EPC rating and has a two zone Gas heating system. The temperature upstairs and downstairs can be controlled separately. There are TVRs on all the radiators and as you would expect it has both cavity wall and an abundance of thermal insulation in the roof and eaves. The owners have made every effort to make sure this is an economical house to run and a comfortable home to live in.

The kitchen is another fantastic space with engineered oak flooring. There is space for a freestanding or fitted island. There is plenty of storage space, with a range of wall and base units throughout. There is a larder cupboard with very convenient pull-out shelves, and a walk-in pantry with an automatic light. There is sufficient space to house small appliances such as a microwave. The integrated appliances include an induction hob with overhead extractor fan, dishwasher and an eye level double oven. There is ample space for a large freestanding fridge/freezer. There is access to a separate Dining room via a wide oak doorway, this could be made completely separate by the addition of double doors. The Dining Room has a glass sliding door which opens onto a shady pergola. The kitchen benefits from a Peninsula breakfast bar which has space for four seats.

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