This completely renovated three bedroom house in this extremely popular village area is a credit to the owner and really must be seen to be appreciated. EPC rating D. Read more
This completely renovated three bedroom house in this extremely popular village area is a credit to the owner and really must be seen to be appreciated. EPC rating D.
DESCRIPTION The entire property has been replastered throughout and the new owner has also made fantastic improvements which include new front rendering, re-wiring and a new heating system throughout and all new hardwood doors.
With great off street parking to the front on the graveled driveway, the new front door leads into the brand new bespoke fitted white kitchen diner, with oak flooring and benefits from patio doors to the rear of the property leading out onto the new patio area overlooking the generous rear garden. Lovely touches in the kitchen include the white ceramic sink with mixer tap over, ceiling spotlights, stainless steel cooker splash-back and under-pelmet counter down-lighters. The lounge is a great size running from the front to back of the house and benefits from the light from the windows to both ends and also the handsome stripped wood flooring. Newly carpeted stairs lead up to the three bedrooms, two with period cast iron fireplaces. The family bathroom is also a lovely space, complete with part tiled white brick-style tiles offset with an attractive grey grout, a three-quarter free standing bath, hidden cistern toilet and a double shower cubicle with mains rain-type shower overhead. The contemporary look is completed with stainless steel towel radiator and a lovely white ceramic basin sink which has been mounted onto a bespoke wood platform with a wall mounted mixer tap over.
The rear garden has had a new patio built at the rear French doors and then leads out onto a good size lawn area. There is also a useful rear gateway which leads out to the road giving access instead of going through the house. EPC rating D.
SITUATION The North Somerset village of Claverham has local facilities on its High Street, and its primary school (http://www.courtdewyck.co.uk/) and village hall are within a walk. More comprehensive shopping, social and recreational facilities are in the nearby village of Yatton, which offers all sorts of shops, restaurants and pubs. Bristol and Weston-super-Mare are within easy daily commuting distance via the A370 and there is access to the national motorway network at Clevedon, a short drive away. Yatton Railway Station offers a mainline railway service and Bristol International Airport is also within easy reach. Claverham is in the school catchment area for Backwell (http://www.backwellschool.net/) and there are private schools in the area at Bristol, Sidcot and Wraxall. The countryside around offers a host of country pursuits inc. walking, fishing, riding and sailing.
DIRECTION Travelling south on the A370 from Bristol, go into Cleeve and turn right after the former The Lord Nelson pub into Bishops Road, pass the shops on the left and continue straight on. Eventually the road will bear to your left flanked by open fields and then right and you will pass Court de Wyck School. As the road bears sharply to the left again take a right turn into the High Street and the property will be found immediately on your left.