An exclusively private community of just ten beautiful new homes, set in a popular location in Frome
Goodridge Grove, Beechwood Avenue, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2FRsales@cotswoldhomes.co.uk 07917376854
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Welcome to Goodridge Grove by Cotswold Homes; an exclusively private community of just ten beautiful new homes, set in a popular location in Frome. This delightful address features just 2 semi-detached and 8 detached high specification new homes, carefully crafted to complement the surrounding area.
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The information and images we provide are issued in good faith and designed to give a flavour of our development and house types. Details such as final finishes, landscaping, handing and windows will vary. Layouts including site plan, Bathroom and Kitchen layouts are indicative only and designs may change due to our process of continuous product development. Some house types include areas of reduced headroom. All dimensions are approximate only. This information does not form part of any contract and our sales consultant will be delighted to discuss plot specific details prior to any formal reservation.
The Clarendon is a unique family home featuring a welcome with ‘Wow!’ from the moment you step inside the spacious Reception Hall and see the magnificent turned staircase.
There’s a diverse and extensive range of educational facilities in and around the Frome area with top rated nurseries, primary and secondary schools as well as colleges and public boarding schools. Just some of the rated primary and secondary schools with ‘Good’ and above Ofsted ratings in Frome and the surrounding five mile radius include St Louis Catholic Primary School, Vallis First School , Christ Church CofE First School, Selwood Academy, Beckington Church of England First School, Mells Church of England First School, Rode Methodist VC First School, Norton St Philip Church of England First School and Frome Community College. There’s also a respected range of schools for specialist needs including Critchill School, North Hill House School and Newbury Manor School - an independent specialist residential college for up to 90 students aged 16 to 25 with Asperger Syndrome and associated conditions.
Frome is full of amazing independent places to eat and drink, providing some of Somerset’s best food and beverages, leaving you spoilt for choice! The weekly and monthly markets bring in lots of local business and there is a broad selection on offer, from delis and cafés to restaurants. Artisan pubs and bars, independent cafes and restaurants cater for all palates from BBQs and grills to vegan and vegetarian requirements. Frome’s café culture is legendary, with a list of trend friendly places full of coffee and lunch loving connoisseurs, notably The River House Café - a funky café on the bridge above the river, serving a great selection of breakfast and lunch dishes. Round off the day in trendy Flow, choosing from an array of delicious mixed cocktails, or The Archangel located on King Street, a pub and restaurant in one of the oldest buildings in Frome, serving food from a free-floating glass restaurant and also offering accommodation.
Frome thrives on a vibrant art scene, enjoying a range of theatres, music venues and galleries. There is plenty to experience such as the annual Frome Festival, or the much lauded agricultural Cheese Show. More information can be found via the Town Council or Tourist information Centre . Alternatively visit www.discoverfrome.co.uk which lists all up and coming advents including: • Music – Live music in Frome for all tastes including live bands playing in the Cheese and Grain, 23 Bath Street, Rook Lane. • Theatre - Frome Memorial Theatre and the Merlin Theatre with productions from both community groups and professional performers. • Cinema - Frome’s Westway Cinema is a great little independent cinema showing all the latest releases.
There’s an abundance of places to visit in Frome and the beautiful surrounding villages and countryside – you’ll be spoilt for choice. Steeped in history, Frome has one of the largest conservation areas in Somerset and a rich history as a productive mill town. Visit one of the historic buildings and homes, castles, churches and landmarks, as well as museums and medieval settlements. Frome Heritage Museum is located on North Parade; The Cheese and Grain is a former market hall, now a non-profit community space and live music venue; the Grade II-listed late 12th century St John’s Church and steps are one of Frome’s highlights. Rodden Nature Reserve, with beautiful riverside walks perfect for dog walking, is right in the centre of the town. Exploring further afield, enjoy the many surrounding picturesque villages boasting a large number of Listed Buildings. The Somerset and Mendip countryside is outstanding and boasts great walks, bridle ways and more. Cley Hill, a large Iron Age fort, offers amazing summit views; Longleat House and Safari Park & Centre Parks are both a modest drive away.
Frome is famous for its relaxed vibe and great shopping. The renowned Catherine Hill is off the cobbled Stony Street and the Medieval Cheep Street, with over hanging shops and a stream running down the hill. Full of Independent shops, enjoy a leisurely stroll whilst you window shop and purchase anything from vintage to one off artistic pieces. Frome is proud of its heritage as a traditional market town. Every Wednesday and Saturday there are stalls in the Cattle Market car park and at the base of Cheap Street, providing everything from household items, a butcher, bread and cheese stalls to florists and street food stalls. Frome Country Market takes place every Thursday in the Cheese and Grain, boasting local produce and arts and crafts. For the regular shop there are plenty of High St name supermarkets in the area. Slightly further afield, just 10 miles north of Frome is the jewel in the crown… the historic Georgian city of Bath, full of rich history and heritage, independent shops as well as High Street and designer names.
Frome is well served by commercial bus services for the town centre and surrounding villages. The railway station is less than one mile away from Goodridge Grove on foot and there are direct mainline trains to and from London, with a journey time of just under two hours. There are a number of different ways to drive to Bath and Bristol, depending on your preference but, very approximately, Bath is 30 mins away and Bristol an hour by car.
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