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3 Bed Detached House  Let  Holland Farm  Bruton  Somerset  BA10  - £2,000 pcm

SWALLOWS AGENCY are delighted to offer this beautifully renovated 3 bed detached stone property which has recently undergone complete refurbishment to an extremely high standard. The cottage is set in the grounds of a large house close to The Stourhead Estate with stunning countryside views. Although set in an ideal rural setting Bruton is less than 3 miles, Bath 22 miles, Frome 8 miles and Castle Cary with it main line station is a 15 minute drive.

Pond Cottage has its own driveway and gravel parking for several cars. The accomodation comprises entrance hall, cloak room, sitting room 15"6 x 12"5, dining room 19"4 x 12"11, kitchen/breakfast room 25"1 x 19"1. The ground floor has underfloor heating. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms, master with ensuite and the family bathroom

Available end of June.

Equestrian facilities available by separate negotiation.


Before taking occupation of a property you will be required to pay

�An Agency Administration Fee of 1 week`s rent + VAT

�A Legal Agreement Fee of �50.00 + VAT

�One months rent

�A Dilapidation Deposit of 6 weeks rent (Refunded at the end of the Tenancy less any charges applicable)

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These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.
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