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The Grange, Flax Bourton, Bristol - £950,000

bedrooms 5 baths 2 receptions 2
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A hardwood front door with fan light window opens into a central entrance hall with carpeted staircase leading to the first floor landing. Beneath the staircase is a deep walk-in shelved storage cupboard, ideal for cloaks, storage of wine etc. Wall mounted alarm control panel. To one end of the entrance hall is a cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC.

The two principle reception rooms are reached off the entrance hall through fully folding double doors providing for excellent entertainment facilities. The spacious drawing room enjoys a dual aspect with full height sliding double glazed doors opening onto the patio and rear garden. Coal effect gas fire with timber mantle surround. Two TV points and ample power points. The dining room has a mullion window overlooking the front garden and driveway. A study with a mullion style window overlooks the side garden and includes comprehensive/book shelving to one wall with two telephone points and a number of wall sockets.

The light and airy kitchen/ breakfast room enjoys views over the rear garden and patio with a separate door to one end opening onto the patio. A range of modern oak fronted kitchen base and wall units with granite effect laminated work surfaces and splash black tiling surround. Single drainer Blanco sink unit with a mixer tap and a waste disposal. There are an integral Bosch dishwasher and sliding waste bin. Four ring ceramic hob with overhead extractor hood and fitted Bosch double oven/grill. There is an opening for a freestanding fridge/freezer. To one end of the kitchen is a separate utility area which again has a Blanco acrylic sink unit. The fitted utility units have openings to accommodate a freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer. Raised ornament shelving. Ceramic tiled floor throughout the kitchen and utility room. The breakfast/dining area is carpeted and enjoys delightful views over the rear garden.

A carpeted dog-leg staircase leads to the first floor landing which has a large built in shelved airing cupboard housing a hot water cylinder and shower pressure pumps. A ceiling hatch with fold away loft ladder provides access to an exceptionally large part boarded/insulted loft. There is an aerial booster with four outlets.

A generously proportioned master bedroom suite overlooks the side and rear gardens and enjoys distant views over neighbouring fields and woodland. A separate dressing area is reached off the bedroom and includes full height mirrored shelved and hanging wardrobes with additional drawer units and a wash basin. A door opens off the dressing area into an en suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes and all enjoy views over the front or rear gardens. The bedrooms are served by a modern family bathroom which has a panelled bath and a separate glazed shower cubicle as well as a wash hand basin and lavatory.

Externally, the house enjoys the most delightful and well-presented gardens to the front and rear, giving total privacy and seclusion to young children and pets. The rear garden (Approximately 85 ft width x 65 ft depth) is laid predominately to level lawn and surrounded by a mature treeline/hedge row. The garden enjoys a southerly facing aspect and includes an area of patio running the full width of the house, ideal for external dining. Two shallow flights of stone steps lead to the lawn. Surrounding flower borders include a magnificent wide selection of mature trees and shrubs. A further feature is a raised stepped patio to one end with stone bench seat which captures the evening sunshine. Hidden compost area. A picket fence surrounds a concrete base provides an ideal area for the storage of dustbins, wheelbarrow, garden furniture etc. Furthermore, picket side gates to either side of the house provide security and pedestrian access. External power points and water tap.

The front garden (approx.80 ft width x 38 ft depth to include driveway) includes a further area of level lawn with part box hedging and mature laurel providing good privacy to neighbouring houses. Mature border surround with a wide variety of plant life. A bitumen driveway provides hard standing for 4 vehicles and access to the double garage. External lighting and covered entrance porch. An integral double garage with automated up and over doors is reached off the driveway. A door to the rear opens onto the patio and side path. Part of the garage includes an extended area ideal as a workshop or an area for bicycles, chest freezer, garden furniture etc. A wall mounted Vaillant gas boiler supplies the central heating. Modern fuse boxes, ample power points and lighting.


The Grange is a most attractive development constructed in the early nineteen eighty’s in the grounds of a beautiful detached Victorian house and is surrounded by open countryside and farmland. Residents enjoy use of the communal central feature of the development. The popular village of Flax Bourton is situated some five miles to the south west of the city, proving an extremely convenient position for the commuter. Access to the city centre via the A370 (Long Ashton bypass). Bristol International Airport is situated approximately seven miles away and Nailsea Backwell railway station is around 2.5 miles distance. This station provides access to Bristol Temple Meads and on to London Paddington. Access to the motorway network at Junction 19 of the M5 motorway is within six miles. The village of Flax Bourton offers an active village community with a village hall, public house, church and well-tended cricket pitch. A number of recreational facilities are close at hand for those that enjoy walking, cycling, riding or golfing and the David Lloyd Health & Leisure Centre is situated within 4.5 miles. The area is particularly well served for outstanding schools in both the state and private sectors.


Leaving Bristol on the A370/Long Ashton bypass, proceed across the Cumberland Basin staying on the A370 for approximately 4.5 miles. At the end of the bypass, proceed straight across the junction marking Nailsea & Clevedon B3130. After 200 yards observe the Jubilee Inn on your right hand side. After another quarter of a mile a central traffic island in the middle of the road is situated just after the left hand turning into Bourton Coombe and directly before the next available left hand turn which leads into The Grange (before the bus stop). On entering The Grange, follow the private driveway around to the left bearing left again at the first fork. Sycamore Cottage sits at the end of a private cul de sac.

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