Frenchgrass House, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire BA15 1DU
Guide price £925,000
Bradford on Avon: 01225 864 880
A beautiful and substantial family home set in an enviable location in the centre of town. The accommodation is currently divided into two separate dwellings, but could easily be converted back into its original state. Early viewings recommended.
Frenchgrass House is tucked away in a quiet location, accessible via a private driveway which ascends from the junction of St Margaret’s Street and Trowbridge
Road. The elevated position ensures far reaching views over this historic town and on towards the wooded hillsides of the Avon Valley. The town centre, which is but
a short walk away, provides a mainline railway station with access to the World Heritage City of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, London (via Chippenham or Bath) and to the
south coast. There is a Health Centre (gp Practice), indoor swimming pool, library together with a number of restaurants, cafes and independent shops. Access to
the M4 can be gained by either Junction 18 (approx. 15 miles) or Junction 17 (approx .13 miles).
Built from ashlar stone, Frenchgrass House is a substantial family home set in an enviable location. The accommodation is currently divided into two separate
dwellings, but could easily be converted back into its original state. Arranged over three floors, the accommodation allows for modern family living
while retaining the beautiful original features throughout. Currently consisting of a large entrance hall, bespoke kitchen/dining with floating units, large living room
with woodburner and bay patio doors onto the garden, further kitchen/diner and secondary reception room with gas fire and marble surround. Upstairs there are six
large double bedrooms, one with en-suite, a further single bedroom, some benefitting from spectacular views across the Bradford-upon-Avon skyline.
The property is approached via a private road. The partially walled gardens wrap around the property on three sides and are interspersed by mature trees, shrubs
and an ornamental pond. There are several seating areas around the garden to make the most of the southerly aspect. At the rear of the property is a useful
workshop which is equipped with power, water and a self-contained boiler for central heating.
Gas fired central heating, mains water and electricity.
Tenure & possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Currently the house is registered as two dwellings, both in Band E (£2,474.43).
Wayleaves easements and rights of way
Frenchgrass House is sold subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the title deeds together with all existing rights of way whether
public or private, including wayleaves, easements, covenants, restrictions and obligations whether referred to specifically in these sales particulars or not. The
buyer shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and the ownership thereof.
All viewings are by appointment only arranged through either Geoffrey M Saxty or Woolley & Wallis Marlborough Office .