Entrance Hall - A covered entrance porch leads to the front door. Central entrance hall with open tread staircase leading to the master bedroom.
Living Room - Enjoying a dual aspect with doors opening onto the entrance hall and kitchen/diner.
Kitchen/breakfast room - Enjoying views over the rear garden and driveway. Range of base and wall units with laminated worksurfaces and splash back tiling. Opening for freestanding cooker. A door to one corner leads to the rear entrance lobby.
Rear entrance - A door opens onto the driveway and hardstanding. Internal door to kitchen/diner.
Cloakroom - Window to garden. W/C, wash hand basin and plumbing for washing machine.
Reception 2/sitting Room - Reached off the rear entrance lobby and enjoying a dual aspect. French doors open onto the rear garden and patio.
Bedroom 2 - Reached off the entrance hall and enjoying views over the front garden as far as the Welsh Hills. Fitted shelved and hanging wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 - Reached off the entrance hall and enjoying views over the rear garden. Fitted shelved and hanging wardrobe.
Bathroom - Approached off the entrance hall with frosted window to the rear garden. Large walk in glazed shower cubicle with Bristan electrical shower unit, wash hand basin and W/C. Half tiled walls.
Bedroom 1 - Approached off an open tread staircase from the reception hall. A UPVC bay window provides far reaching un-interrupted views over neighbouring countryside to the Seven Estuary and Welsh Hills. Ample eaves storage.
Gardens - Undoubtably, one of the main features of the house is the magnificent mature gardens to the front and rear of the house which provide total privacy and seclusion. A gated bitumen driveway splits the two front gardens and leads to a large garage with good hard standing to the front. The rear south facing garden offers again total privacy and seclusion with a mature tree and hedge line to all boundaries. Predominantly laid to lawn, the garden further enjoys a split level patio. A small hedgerow provides cover to the former vegetable patch.
Garage - An up an over door opens onto the front driveway, work bench to one side, power and light. A door to the rear of the garage opens into a useful storage room which in turn has a door opening onto the rear garden. Separate recess, wood store.
Abbots Leigh is regarded by many as one of the most sought after villages on the outskirts of the city. Clifton Village is situated approximately 2.5 miles away across Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge and the city centre approximately three and a half miles travelling distance. Junction 19 of the M5 gives access to the UK motorway network and can be found within three miles. Bristol International Airport is approx. nine miles travelling distance..
For those that enjoy country pursuits such as walking, riding, wildlife and local beauty spots, a network of public footpaths lead out of the village for the enjoyment of the surrounding countryside. A variety of beautiful walks including Abbots Pool and the Avon Gorge (a designated area of outstanding natural beauty) are on offer quite literally from the doorstep
An active village community enjoys regular use of amenities such as a well tended village field with children’s play area and boule pitch, the Holy Trinity church, a village hall with skittles alley and The George public house. The area is well served for schooling in both the state and private sectors.
VIEWING - Strictly by prior arrangement with the vendors appointed agents Hydes Of Bristol - T: 0117 973 1516
LOCAL AUTHORITY – North Somerset Council – 01934-888888
COUNCIL TAX BAND - We understand that the property falls within tax band E - £2,124.22 2021/2022
SERVICES – We understand that there is mains water and electricity with oil fired central heating and private drainage (no gas).
TENURE - We understand to be Freehold and Free.
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