The generous entrance hallway offers access to a downstairs WC, a large storage cupboard and further storage underneath the raised hallway. Further to this the hallway offers access to the stunning formal living room which enjoys a double aspect and a fireplace, complete with a wood burning stove. Double doors to one end allow access to a decked area to the side of the house enjoying a sunny south westerly aspect, which in turn allow access to the main garden to the rear of the house. Stairs from the entrance hallway lead to:
A raised hall floor landing, which houses a cupboard to one side that contains the hot water tank, and a door in to the superb, spacious and light kitchen/living/dining space, undoubtedly one of the main highlights of the property. The bespoke kitchen is beautifully finished, offering plenty of storage in a range of wall and floor mounted units, the latter being topped with attractive wooden work tops, also housing a range of integrated appliances. These include a four door oven, double hot plate aga, wine fridge, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen also allows plenty of room for large dining furniture and access via double doors to the west facing decked patio and the garden beyond. Further to this the kitchen opens to a large reception room, therefore offering a superb open plan entertaining space. This also has double doors leading to the decked patio and gardens as well as doors going back on the the raised hall floor landing. There is a utility room to the front of the house, accessed off the kitchen, housing units with plumbing for white goods and a secondary front door to external stairs leading down to the front of the house.
Upstairs the property enjoys four double bedrooms with both the master and second bedroom enjoying luxury ensuite facilities. The master bedroom and bedroom three also benefit from a substantial amount of wardrobe storage space. Further to this the remaining bedrooms are served by a sumptuous family bathroom finished to the highest standard.
The property benefits from two allocated parking spaces to the front and side of the house, further to this there are five visitors parking spaces further up the drive to Burwalls House. To the rear of the property are the aforementioned decked areas which sit to the rear and to the side of the house which are joined by a small flight stairs and a well proportioned family garden mainly laid to turf and with raised flower borders to one side. In addition there is a further area of garden accessed by an arched doorway to the far right hand corner of the main garden enclosed by estate fencing to one side and original walls and containing a private gate to Burwalls road. This generous area houses two beautiful oak trees and a large storage shed. There is also another private gate allowing access to a path which leads close to the suspension bridge, back up towards Burwalls House, and a gate leading on to Bridge Road. Both the garden areas enjoy a south and westerly aspect therefore enjoying a good deal of sunshine throughout the day.
Additionally there are the stunning communal gardens totalling some five acres, which include expansive lawned areas and beautiful woodland, solely for the residents to enjoy, all securely set behind the original walls and automated gates off Burwalls Road.
Tenure - Leasehold for the remainder of a 999 year lease, with a share of the freehold. This should be confirmed by your legal adviser
Service Charge - £1,915.50 paid every 6 months
Peppercorn rent - It is specified in the lease the peppercorn rent is payable 'if demanded.'
Local Authority - North Somerset Council
Council Tax Band G - £3,251.10 - 2022/2023
Services - All mains services
Broadband - 3mbps - 64mbps
Viewings - Strictly by prior arrangement with Hydes of Bristol
Leigh Woods is a highly sought after location on the very edge of the city on the opposite side of the dramatic Avon Gorge (which is designated a site of special scientific interest). The fashionable shopping district of Clifton is within half a mile and is accessible across Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world famous suspension bridge constructed in 1864. More comprehensive amenities within the city centre are within three miles. For the active, a host of sporting, social and recreational facilities are readily available in and around the area with two reputable golf courses in nearby Failand and Long Ashton and the beautiful open grounds of Ashton Court Estate, which is ideal for walking, horse riding and mountain biking. The subject property offers near immediate access to Leigh Woods itself forming some 200 hectares of woodland, owned and managed by the National Trust being ideal for family walks, running and cycling.
As previously mentioned, Leigh Woods and the Avon Gorge represent an area of special scientific interest rich in protected woodland and associated wildlife. Deer, rare butterflies and birdlife (including cuckoos, peregrine falcons and red lists) are prevalent adding to this truly unique and coveted environment with the city quite literally on the doorstep.