A 4 bedroom period linked barn conversion, with large mature gardens in a peaceful position, close to Mells and Frome.
St Edmunds Court is the north wing of a beautiful period barn conversion, the property boasts spacious accommodation arranged over three floors, offering versatile modern family living space.You enter the property on the ground floor into the spacious living room with open fire, from here a door leads through to the utility room, cloakroom and a door to the garden. This floor would lend itself well to being converted to an annexe, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.Stairs lead up to the first floor where there is the fabulous light and airy open plan family room, with steps leading down to the dining room with wood burner. From here is the kitchen with modern units, Corian worktops and slate floor, leading through to the boot room where there is a door with steps down to the garden. Also on this floor is a double bedroom which could be used as a home office and a bathroom.On the second floor there are three double bedrooms all benefitting from fitted wardrobes and a shower room.The property is approached through a five bar gate onto a gravel driveway, there are three parking spaces positioned directly in front of the property; in addition to two garages which both benefit from power and lighting.A stone under croft provides access to the rear of the property where there are mature gardens, mainly laid to level lawn with a variety of herbaceous plants and shrubs. It is a tranquil setting to relax and unwind, and there are some lovely woodland walks that can be enjoyed.In all approximately 0.51 acres. EPC: D.
St Edmunds Court is positioned within the Somerset hamlet of Lower Vobster, to the south of Bath. The Vobster Inn is located a short walk away, in addition to Vobster Quay inland diving and swimming centre and the historic village of Mells which are a short drive.Frome which was voted one of the coolest places to live in the Southwest is close by, providing a fantastic array of vintage shops and independent retailers, theatres, cafes and cobbled streets; with a thriving community and host to The Frome Independent, a market held on the first Sunday of every month. Babington House, The Hauser & Wirth gallery in Bruton and The Newt in Somerset are all within easy reach.Communications in the area are excellent with the A37 and A303 (M3) not far away, providing access to the wider motorway network. Frome, Westbury, Warminster and Castle Cary stations all provide regular rail services to London Paddington and London Waterloo.There are good local schools in the area to include All Hallows, Downside, Wells Cathedral School, Lumiar Stowford, Sexey's, and Millfield; in addition to those in Bath and further afield.Mells 1.5 miles, Frome 5 miles, Bruton 12.5 miles, Wells 13 miles, Bath 13.5 miles (All distances are approximate).