This beautifully presented, link-detached family home sits on a secluded corner plot in this popular development. EPC rating C Read more
This beautifully presented, link-detached family home sits on a secluded corner plot in this popular development. EPC rating C
DESCRIPTION This beautifully presented, link-detached family home sits on a secluded corner plot in this popular development.
Through the front door is a good sized hallway with stairs to the upper floor. This leads directly to a modern kitchen which opens onto the dining area, - a lovely space for entertaining, and which flows seamlessly out through the fully glazed French doors onto the back lawn.
Off to the right of the hallway lies the large sitting room which boasts a feature bay window and looks out onto the attractive front garden and private seating area.
Up the stairs from the hallway are the three bedrooms. Off the light and airy landing, the generous master bedroom looks over the front garden and has pleasant views of the surrounding hills. It has tasteful built-in wardrobes, and its own ensuite shower-room. The guest room is a good size, also with plenty of wardrobe space, and looks out over the back garden. The light third bedroom is a generous single room or spacious study. Finally the clean and warm family bathroom completes the upstairs.
The open front garden is mainly laid to lawn, but has a large flower bed with mature plants including well established roses, and has a small secluded seating area for enjoying the sunshine in peace. From this area, a garden gate provides side access to the private lawned back garden and which is generous enough to house a variety of garden and bike sheds.
The property also enjoys two private spaces in the communal parking area, just round the corner from the house.
SITUATION The village of Bishop Sutton lies in the Chew Valley which is renowned for its natural beauty. A 10 minute walk down a country lane takes you to the Chew Valley Lake which is noted for its birdlife, fishing and sailing and where you can take refreshment at the lakeside cafe and Salt and Malt. Country lovers can enjoy all this plus walking and riding on the Mendips close by.
Bishop Sutton boasts a new Budgens mini-market, a hairdressers, local pub, tennis club and various sports facilities at the Chew Valley Leisure Centre. If you really feel like splashing out, there is a Michelin starred public house - The Pony and Trap - only a mile and a half away.
The village is in the catchment area for the Bishop Sutton primary school, and the Chew Valley (secondary) School in nearby Chew Magna, both of which are highly regarded.
It is nicely placed for commuting to both cities of Bristol and Bath, where you will also find the nearest mainline railway stations, but the village now enjoys access to the high speeds of fibre optic broadband, should you prefer to work from home.
It has the additional benefit of being a mere 8 miles from Bristol International Airport for those all important holidays abroad.
DIRECTIONS Travelling into Bishop Sutton along Wick Road/A368 from the Bath direction, proceed passed the Red Lion pub on your left , and take the next right into Cappards Road. Follow the road left around the bend and proceed along taking the second turning on the right into a small close where property can be found in the right hand corner.