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Interact with the virtual tour and then call Forest Marble 24/7 to book your viewing on this intriguing character Grade II listed cottage found on a popular street of similar properties thought to date back to the 1600's. The property offers flexible accommodation with two reception rooms and sizeable kitchen diner which leads out onto the cottage gardens. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms and large family bathroom, with a further attic room over the kitchen and stone arched cellar. To view the virtual tour please follow this link: https://www.forestmarble.uk/hortonstreeta.html
12' 5'' x 14' 0'' (max) (3.78m x 4.26m)
Stepping in from the outside on to the flag stone floor you will get an immediate glimpse of the fun quirkiness that this property has to offer. Deep window to the front with cupboards under and wood paneling to the stair case leading to the first floor with door opening to the stairs that lead lead down to the cellar.
11' 0'' x 11' 4'' (max) (3.35m x 3.45m)
This cosy sitting room sits betwixt the front reception and the kitchen diner. The wood burner creates a focal point for the room and the solid wood flooring runs through into the kitchen as well. Handy storage in the recess and door leading out onto the rear garden. Plenty of options with regards to the best layout of your furniture.
12' 4'' x 15' 11'' (max) (3.76m x 4.85m)
With exposed beams and lots of natural light coming through the dual aspect windows over looking the rear garden, there is plenty of space on offer in this delightful room that will inevitably become the natural central hub to the property and is ideal for family and friends to come together. The kitchen is comprised of a mix of wall and floor units with wooden work surface over with inset twin stainless steel sinks and five ring gas hob with stainless steel cooker hood over. Integrated oven and space for a fridge freezer. Door through to the utility/larder, with plumbing for a washing machine, and door opening out onto the garden. Pull down loft hatch leads up to the attic room.
12' 8'' x 16' 0'' (max) (3.86m x 4.87m)
Tucked away above the kitchen is this great attic space that has an abundance of potential. Currently used as a studio, however accessed via a pull down ladder, a more permanent solution could be sort subject to normal permissions, which could give more options with regards to creating an extra bedroom or work at home study space.
13' 3'' (max) x 11' 8'' (4.04m x 3.55m)
Stepping down the curved stone steps to this striking cellar with traditional barrel vault stone ceiling and stone floor. Currently used as a storage room, however with a bit of imagination you could create a games/cinema room. Light comes through the sunken window to the front.
Stepping up the stairs from the front reception room with further stairs to the second floor, doors leading into the bedroom and bathroom.
12' 7'' x 14' 0'' (max) (3.83m x 4.26m)
Situated to the front of the property and benefiting from a fitted wardrobe offering good storage space. Old fireplace takes center stage. Plenty of space for additional bedroom furniture.
11' 2'' (max) x 10' 2'' (3.40m x 3.10m)
You will not be disappointed if there is a shower/bath debate in your household as this bathroom has been modeled to offer you both. To the side is a double enclosed shower with sliding doors, paneled bath with mixer taps and separate hand shower piece. Low level wc and wash hand basin complete the bathroom suite. Feature fireplace and cupboard housing the gas boiler. Painted wooden floor boards and tiling to the splash backs.
A small landing which offers doors to the final two bedrooms, yet still with enough space for a bookcase if required.
12' 8'' x 13' 11'' (max) (3.86m x 4.24m)
A good sized double bedroom situated to the front of the house with plenty of options with regards to the best layout for your bedroom furniture. Handy recess is ideal for a desk or dressing table. Access to loft space.
11' 4'' (max) x 10' 6'' (3.45m x 3.20m)
The final double bedroom is a little gem with stunning views over the roof tops across Frome. Space for a mix of bedroom furniture.
A classic cottage garden which is split into two significant garden areas. To the back of the house is a patio area that runs around the house and provides an ideal place to sit and enjoy your morning coffee. Beside this is a covered wood store and also a side gate that gives you access through to the front of the property. Stepping up on to the main garden you will find it is mainly laid to lawn with a mix of shrub and herbaceous borders, the apple tree provides the natural split to the rear garden. Through the timber archway into the rear of the garden you will find a delightful private area to while away your days sat on the lawn enjoying your book. Enjoying a mix of beds which are ideal for growing your favourite veg. Large timber storage shed which is split into two areas.
Ellworthy Park, 4 Harris Close
Frome (01373) 482900
Radstock (01761) 252700
Gillingham (01747) 440080
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