A cleverly enlarged 4 bedroom 1920’s family home with en suite and family bathrooms and attractive accommodation enriched with many charming features, including reception hall with oak flooring and a cloakroom off, a cosy sitting room, a very spacious heart of the house kitchen-diner-family room that leads to the extensive private rear garden and allows views beyond to the adjoining neighbouring farmland that was designated as open green space in 2018 protecting against future development.
The house incorporates a number of original features and while the house has been extended and updated care has been taken to blend new with old creating a very comfortable family home of considerable character. The accommodation is well presented and comprises an entrance porch that leads to a traditional reception hall with a staircase rising to the first floor, stripped original panel doors and a cloakroom off.
The sitting room is well proportioned and has a bay window and an open fireplace. From here oak panel tri-fold doors lead through to the combined open plan family room and kitchen diner allowing almost all of the ground floor space to open as one and take advantage of the outlook to the rear with French doors to the patio and rear garden.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the family bathroom with the staircase continuing to the second floor where the double aspect principle bedroom with en suite shower room enjoys even more expansive views.
A driveway provides plenty of parking with gated access to the side of the house. A large timber garage-workshop with light and power stands to one side and provides good storage space though access to this garage is width limited.
The rear garden is of good size and private with a backdrop of fields. Given the outlook to the rear the surprise of the position is the closeness to all village amenities including the outstanding infant, junior and secondary schools.
The station is within walking distance and for the commuter Bristol is just 8 miles away with cycle routes and good public transport services. In addition, junction 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles allowing easy access to the country’s motorway network.