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9 Bedroom Detached House

Highbury Street, Coleford, Radstock


£425,000

Charles Barnard Estate Agents is thrilled to present to the market this wonderful former Inn located in the village of Coleford. Dating back to the 19th century, the property oozes character and still maintains many of its original features; including white stone walls, wooden beams and even a bar room. The property is split into three self-contained dwellings: A four bedroom house, a spacious three bedroom flat and a two bedroom ground floor accommodation. Miners Arms presents a unique feel and offers vast amounts of inside space, making it the perfect clean slate. Outside, the front of the property offers a large gated parking area large enough for multiple vehicles. To the rear, a bordered courtyard garden with a pond spans the width of the property and offers the perfect seating area for the summer months. The buy-to-let potential makes this property a fantastic prospect for investors and aspiring B&B owners.

Fantastic opportunity for investors
Potential to extend
Characterful 19th Century former pub
Split into three self-contained dwellings
Quiet village location
9 bedrooms in total
Buy-to-let potential
Ample off-road parking
Rear courtyard garden
Ground floor flat - Two bedrooms
The front door opens into a large porch area, which leads into the open-plan dining/living/kitchen area. This area was once the pub dining room and features a pub-style bench to compliment a dining room table. The kitchen is large and offers front-aspect views along with waist and eye level cupboard units. A door leads from the kitchen into the second bedroom. The lounge area is very large and features dark wooden support beams characteristic of its 19th century heritage. There are glass doors opening into the rear courtyard area and a fireplace. A door leads from the living room to the master bedroom, which comes with a large storage cupboard and en-suite toilet. There is also a family bathroom off the dining area, which features a bath with shower mixer, sink basin and a separate toilet. There is access to the back garden which offers plenty of space for seating.





Dating back to the 19th century, the property oozes character and still maintains many of its original features; including white stone walls, wooden beams and even a bar room. The property is split into three self-contained dwellings: A four bedroom house, a spacious three bedroom flat and a two bedroom ground floor accommodation. The front of the property offers a large gated parking area. To the rear, a bordered courtyard garden with a pond spans the width of the property.


Four Bed House
The front door leads into a spacious porch with a storage/workshop space to the left. The porch opens into a large hallway with tiled floors, leading to a downstairs bathroom complete with a bath with multijet shower, toilet, sink and bidet. To the left of the hallway is a stunning bar room, featuring a tiled bar, dark wooden walls and characterful wooden beams. There is also a log burning stove. The hallway also leads into a large kitchen, with white stone walls and a beautiful brick fireplace. There is ample utility space off the kitchen, along with a workshop/storage/greenhouse which opens into the garden. Along from the kitchen is a spacious living area with a white brick feature wall, wooden arches and shelving. Upstairs, the property boasts four double bedrooms along with a large storage/dressing room. The master bedroom comes with built in wardrobes, and the second bedroom has a storage cupboard with a combi boiler inside, along with dual aspect windows. There is also a large shower room with corner shower unit, sink and toilet.

Ground Floor Flat
The front door opens into a large porch area, which leads into the open-plan dining/living/kitchen area. This area was once the pub dining room and features a pub-style bench to compliment a dining room table. The kitchen is large and offers front-aspect views along with waist and eye level cupboard units. A door leads from the kitchen into the second bedroom. The lounge area is very large and features dark wooden support beams characteristic of its 19th century heritage. There are glass doors opening into the rear courtyard area and a fireplace. A door leads from the living room to the master bedroom, which comes with a large storage cupboard and en-suite toilet. There is also a family bathroom off the dining area, which features a bath with shower mixer, sink basin and a separate toilet. There is access to the back garden which offers plenty of space for seating.

First Floor Flat
A private entrance leads from the front of the property onto stairs up to the landing. The landing opens into a spacious living area with a fireplace and rear-aspect rural views. A doorway leads from the living room into a good-sized kitchen with eye and waist level cupboard units. There are three double bedrooms, with the master offering built in wardrobe space. Lastly, there is a family bathroom with bath with shower over, toilet and sink.

Outside
To the front of the property, there is a large fenced parking area with a wooden gate out onto the road. The parking area offers space for 6 cars and could easily be partially converted into a seating area or garden. A pathway stretches around the side of the property to the rear. To the left hand side of the property, there is a storage room/workshop. The back garden is mainly patio and spans the entire width of the property. The patio is bordered by shrubs and plants, and features a pond at the end of the garden. The patio benefits from plenty of sun and is a great place to relax during nice weather.

Services and Location
For the purpose of planning the route of the journey the postcode is: BA3 5NT. The heating and hot water is provided by three gas combi boilers (one in each dwelling).

About The Area
Coleford is a charming village located next to the Mells River. It is situated five miles west of Frome, fourteen miles from Bath city centre and twenty-two miles from Bristol. The village itself benefits from a Co-Op convenience store, doctors surgery, primary school, pharmacy and several village pubs and restaurants.










Energy Efficiency Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) A
(81-91) B
(69-80) C
(55-68) D
(39-54) E
(21-38) F
(1-20) G
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