A very well designed individual detached 4 bedroom family home of superb proportions offering extensive 3 reception room, plus a large conservatory, 3 bathroom accommodation with many attractive features, overlooking open countryside and enjoying views as far as the Bristol Channel and beyond to the Welsh mountains and Beacons when clear.
This superb family home stands in an exclusive close of just 3 properties of differing designs and is well placed for the highly regarded village junior school with open countryside close by. The centre of the village is within easy reach, while the infant and secondary schools are also within walking distance.
The property was originally built in 2002 and is traditionally constructed with attractive reconstituted stone and rendered elevations. The layout of the house is excellent with an impressive reception hall opening to all main ground floor rooms, a lovely almost square living room complete with contemporary style wood burning stove leading in turn to a conservatory.
The dining room offers more than enough space for use as a family room since the kitchen works beautifully as a kitchen diner. There is a generous study that is also arranged off the hall together with a cloakroom and a utility room adjoins the kitchen.
Upstairs the bedrooms are similarly well proportioned with 3 double rooms and a generous single bedroom, 2 en suite bathrooms, the unusually spacious principal bedroom and a further family bathroom.
The drive leads to a large integral garage and the rear gardens offer a good deal of privacy and have been attractively planted to make the most of the natural contours.
The setting off Church Lane is so well placed for St Andrews School the OFSTED outstanding junior school. Church Lane is a premier address in the village and the school is just part of the attraction. The neighbouring picturesque countryside offers a mix of pastoral landscapes and woodland while the village centre is less than a 5 minute walk away.
Backwell is probably the most sought after village in the county with a vibrant community, outstanding schools of all grades and good local leisure facilities. In addition, for the commuter Backwell is well placed with straightforward road connections to the major centres in the area. Bristol is just 8 miles away, junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are also both within 8 miles and a main line railway station at just about a mile away facilitates daily long distance commuting with direct trains to London - Paddington in less than 2 hours.