- A private setting off a quiet lane in this thriving village
- Well away from any main roads
- Spectacular views
- Adjoining open countryside but not isolated or remote
- Well appointed and presented to a high standard
- Extensive gardens
- Scope for extension if required subject to any required consents
- Double garage
An impressive 4 bedroom detached country house dating from 1928 standing in gardens and grounds approaching half an acre and enjoying fabulous views over the adjoining open countryside and across the picturesque Yeo Valley to the Mendip Hills away in the distance.
This superb individual property is positioned well away from any through traffic and offers the advantage of complete privacy without isolation being set off a quiet lane in this always popular village and neighboured by a number of other high value distinctive homes.
Throughout the house is very well presented and the accommodation is enriched with many attractive features while the reception rooms and bedrooms are all arranged to take full advantage of the warm southerly and south westerly facing position overlooking the main areas of garden and the views beyond.
A quadrant porch complete with art deco style front door opens to the travertine marble floored reception hall. The fine living room has a Minster style open fireplace, French doors and matching windows to the south terrace and gardens. An elegant dining room also has French doors to the terrace and opens to a conservatory that also enjoys the far reaching views.
The kitchen breakfast room offers space for informal dining and is equipped with a range of fitted cabinets, a traditional larder and integrated appliances while an adjoining utility room provides useful space and there is a cloakroom on the ground floor.
On the first floor the landing leads to the family bathroom and four comfortable bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes including the principal bedroom that also has a spacious shower room en suite.
The gardens area a particular feature of the property from the pillared gateway that opens to a Rhododendron lined drive to the broad sweeping south facing lawn. A lovely paved terrace also faces south overlooking the main lawn and a Koi pond with fountain and waterfall while a further lawn, a kitchen garden and an Orangery are hidden away on the far side of the house.
For the commuter Bristol which is less than 10 miles away can be easily accessed via the A38 and a main line railway station in the neighbouring village of Backwell offers local and intercity rail services with regular trains to London - Paddington.