- Pretty cottage in the heart of historic Rode village
- Off road parking
- Sought after country location
- Close to Frome and Bath City
- Sitting room with log burner and country style kitchen
- Easy to manage courtyard garden and front garden
In the heart of Rode, Lavender cottage sits conveniently within easy walking distance of the village with its cafe and other amenities. This pretty period cottage is built from beautiful blonde Bath stone and offers accommodation comprising of three bedrooms, a sitting room and a bright, modern kitchen.
To the front of the house is an area for parking a log store and a very pretty cottage garden. An inner porch gives way to a hallway leading to both sides of the house. The sitting room has an attractive fireplace with log burner and windows to the front and back of the property and access to a small patio area. The bright kitchen/diner is fitted with modern appliances and Corian counters. There is tiled floor and double glazed windows ensure the room is warm and light . There is a charming French door opening to a small seating area at the front of the house, perfect for morning coffee. On the ground floor and in addition to the sitting room and the kitchen, there is a study overlooking the courtyard, a large link area used as a cloak room/vestibule, and a w/c and large storage cupboard.
A split staircase leads to the first floor where there are three good sized bedrooms. There is carpeting throughout with a fresh neutral décor. The family bathroom with a shower over the bath has been recently decorated and has a bright neutral colour scheme. The main bedroom is fitted with a chandelier above the bed and has a lovely aspect.
The location of Lavender Cottage is perfect for really being part of Rode village with everything within a short walk from your front door.
Mentioned in the Doomsday book, historic and beautiful Rode enjoys a great community with a pre-school, first school, a village general store and café (including a post office), a bespoke chocolatiers and a great choice of pubs and restaurants, including The Cross Keys and The Mill. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet only 5 miles from Frome and 10 miles from Bath, the town has easy access to the A36 and to nearby mainline railway stations that provide excellent transport links to London Paddington and Waterloo.
Nearby is the pretty market town of Frome with many notable buildings and features the highest number of listed buildings in Somerset being one of the South West’s leading market towns and was recently featured in the Sunday Times as the best place to live in Somerset. This historic Town is also popular for its artisan street markets and festival and cultural events. There is a sports centre, and a cinema. Frome is famous for being a creative hub, plus it has all the usual amenities expected of a town including a cinema, supermarket, boutique shops, leisure centre, schools, commercial businesses, theatres and local train station. Bath is only 24 minutes away and offers excellent shopping, theatre, restaurants and clubs. Babington House, (Soho House’s country mansion) is within easy reach.
Local primary schools include Rode VC First School, and good access to independent schools including All Hallows, Downside and the Bath schools: Prior Park, Monkton Combe and King Edwards and the Frome Steiner School.
Viewings by appointment only
In accordance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 the information provided by Lodestone in these property details are to the best of their knowledge and are as accurate as possible.
PLEASE NOTE THAT LODESTONE HAS LOTS OF PROPERTIES WHICH ARE BEING DISCREETLY MARKETED ONLY ON OUR WEBSITE - www://lodestoneproperty.co.uk
Lodestone Property | Estate Agents | Sales & Lettings | Wells & Bruton Somerset