Plot 68, The Old Printworks, Frome
Plot 68 is a contemporary 2 bedroom first-floor apartment featuring a stunning open plan living area with floor-to-ceiling windows allowing plenty of natural light to flood in.
The double-aspect open-plan kitchen/living/dining area has a light and airy feel and comes complete with integrated appliances and beautiful stone worktops. These homes offer convenience, quality and style.
The property benefits from a south-facing outlook, perfectly peaceful and private. To the rear, you will find the kitchen overlooks an enchanting woodland area. The primary bedroom comes complete with an en-suite and each window within the home boasts scenic countryside views.
This home benefits from one allocated parking space. There is also access to secure cycle storage.
Each apartment has been designed with energy efficiency in mind and has an EPC B rating.
- 2 double bedrooms
- Dual aspect open plan kitchen/dining/living area
- Integrated kitchen appliances
- Allocated parking
- Adjacent to public open green space
- EPC rating B
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6.40M X 3.20M / 20’ 11” X 10’ 6”
3.50M X 3.00M / 11’ 5” X 9’ 10”
3.20M X 3.00M / 10’ 6” X 9’ 10”
- Contemporary fitted kitchens with integrated appliances
- Modern open plan living
- Contemporary white sanitary ware
- High-performance windows with triple glazing
- Allocated parking and garages to houses
- Communal electric car charging
- EPC rating B
- Access to open green space
- Hedgehog highways in Phase 2 & 3
- Riverside walks along the River Frome
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The Old Printworks
The Old Printworks is a collection of one hundred and forty, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes located in Frome.
A short distance from the new homes, Frome station provides connections to London, Bristol, Bath, Bruton and more.
Mendip Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty providing beautiful views across Chew Valley lakes.
The world-famous Glastonbury is a 40-minute drive away, home to the renowned Glastonbury music festival.
Located in the centre of the town in a historic building, the museum was built for the Frome Literary and Scientific Institution and also features local and industrial history collections. It also offers extensive Library and Archive collections.
One of Frome’s main shopping streets. Here you will find something different: classic gifts, stylish clothes and accessories, ceramics, haberdashery, art galleries, great cafes, restaurants, pubs and much more.
Cheap Street, located off the Market Place, is one of Frome’s prettiest streets. The street has retained its historic medieval character, with a leat running down the street, carrying water from the stream beneath St John’s Church. Here you will find more delicious eateries and shops.
Black Swan Arts
A popular arts venue for the creatives of Frome and beyond. Providing exhibition, shop, studio, workshop space.
St Catherine's Artisan Quarter
St. Catherine’s in Frome consists of Catherine Hill, Palmer Street, Paul Street, Stony Street and the lower part of Catherine Street. It serves traditionally as Frome’s Artisan Quarter. Today you will find designer-makers, vintage specialists, craft suppliers and vendors, cafes and much, much more.
The listed building boasts a free-floating glass restaurant where you can dine on sumptuous and seasonal dishes and enjoy drinks at the bar.
Eight Stony Street
An award-winning restaurant & café in addition to a wine bar and shop.